|D-Day · Zilch · Science Patrol · Space Art|
There are three items that were available in limited quantity but not officially released:
D-Day Five Live - cassette EP
"Looking For Someone" - single test pressing
"He Doesn't Dance" - single test pressing
Please email me if you have a photo of any of these items.
45 RPM single - 1979, Moment Productions
A: Too Young To Date [405k MP3]
B: Every Time I Ask You Out [143k MP3]
"Too Young To Date" was a hit and can be found on the 80's compilation CD "New Wave Hits of the 80's Vol 1". It reached #1 on KROQ in Los Angeles. There was some controversy over the "pop my cherry" lyrics. Some irate mothers complained to the FCC and the record was banned in California. After a DJ was suspended for playing the record, the 3rd verse was re-recorded to replace "pop my cherry". The altered version was played on the radio but not released to the public.
45 RPM single - 1981, Moment Productions
A: Right To Know [298k MP3]
B: Your History Complete
"Right To Know" is my personal favorite though it is not as widely known as "Too Young". It also appeared on a compilation CD in 1992 called "Tales from the Edge", released by Dallas radio station 94.5 The Edge.
D-Day - 1983, A&M Records|
Dance It Off|
Join The Ranks
Desperation [215k MP3]
Do You Read Me
More Than That
Lonely People [225k MP3]
This is their first and only album. "Desperation" was the biggest stand-out and received some air play. The album went in a different direction from their earlier tunes and was not well received by fans and radio stations.|
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