Fruit of the loom VALUE WEIGHT "Heather Grey". All sizes available.
In 1987 The Guttersnipes were formed in London by Shug O'Neill (played for Cock Sparrer on their Running Riot and Live & Loud LPs between 1980 and 1982 before they split up for the second time. His picture also appears on the cover of Shock Troops although he joined after the recording was finished) and Andy Kline. Early gigs in London quickly gain the band a reputation as an exciting live act, supporting the likes of Splodgenessabounds, Mega City Four and The Senseless Things. During Mid 1989 their debut album "The Poor Dress Up" is released by the independent label Razor Records. This album went on to sell 1500 copies despite complete lack of promotion or advertising by Razor. The album sells only because of Andy and Shug's work in promoting the band through the fanzine network in Europe. One year ago with the same label (Razor Records) released their first 7” called “Addicted to Love” maybe it’s the most popular song of the band because appeared in some Oi! Compilations.