Boring Records was a DIY Punk label, from 1977.  Boring was owned by Punk band The Exiles, from Glasgow; its first release was their, 'Don't Tax Me' EP (BO-1). The band signed to Charly Records for their second single, and then split up. A new group, called 'Friction', arose from the remnants; they issued a second single on the Boring label, 'World In Crisis' (BO-3), in the early '80s. The EXILE was a Scottish foursome from the Glasgow area, formed in February of 1977 with the following line-up: Graham Scott (ex-Free Flight- vocals, guitar), Stan Workman (guitar), Robert Kirk (bass) and Dougie Burns (drums). Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

77 Exile Don'T Tax Me [ Ep ] BORING BO 1
77 Not Issued BORING BO 2
80 Friction World In Crisis BORING BO 03

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