“Punk music, at its most effective, its most important, exists at a nexus of a few simple but important ideas.?! Punk needs to be youthful, it needs to be reactionary, it needs to be short-lived and it needs to be controversial.?! So for a group of twenty-something Australians, excitable as the frontline first wave of kids responding to both the Ramones and the Sex Pistols (yet still influenced by the New York Dolls and Stooges and Flamin’ Groovies), who existed for but barely for a year from 1977-1978 and wrote songs about serial killers, high school girls and hating disco…well, I’d argue they are the most perfect punk band ever. “The band was Dave Flick (aka Dave Faulkner later of the Hoodoo Gurus) on guitar and vocals, Rudolph V (Dave Cardwell) on bass and James Baker on drums.?! Best known for their classic ‘Television Addict’, that song is but the tip of the iceberg of the band’s powers.?!