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Heads I Win


Heads I Win

Sing Sing
7" $7.25


SING 026 

***A very scarce 7-inch from a Liverpool-based group formed in 1976 by IAN IRVINE (guitar/vocals), PATRICK COLOHAN (guitar/vocals), DAVE GOUGH (bass/vocals) and STEVE PLUMBER (drums). After making their live debut in summer 1977 at the Hope St. Fringe Festival, THE MOONDOGS built up a growing cult following with the incendiary renditions of Chuck Berry and Gene Vincent oldies. In 1978 Plumber was replaced by TONY DOLMAN and the new line-up record this single, produced by former Deaf School drummer TIME WHITTAKER and issued in October 1979 on Rexette Records, and independent label created by ROGER EARLE, founder of Eric's Club. Pressed in an edition of 1,000 copies, the platter includes the Powerpoppy “Two’s A Crowd” on the flip and the Freakbeat A-side “Heads I Win,” whose riff is similar to the Psyschodelic cult song “My Father’s Name Is Dad” by Fire. In 1980 The Moondogs changed moniker to THE ENGLISH, to avoid confusion with the other Moondogs, releasing one single for Albion Records before splitting. Dolman soon joined LAWNMOWER, a short-lived combo who included future Simply Red frontman MICK HUCKNALL. 

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