Independent label: Hot Rock Records was a Rockabilly label from Newport, Salop. Hot Rock released at least ten singles during 1979 to 1981, including two by legendary Rockabilly artist Mac Curtis: 'Hot Rock Boogie' (HR-001; 11/79), and 'I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday' (HR45-010; 1981).  Curtis also recorded an album for the company, 'Truckabilly', (HR-701; 1981).  Hot Rock seems to have handled its own distribution for the first two months of its existence (November and December 1979); by January 1980 Pinnacle had taken over that task. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

79 Mac Curtis Hot Rock Boogie HOT ROCK HR 001
80 Don E. Sibley And The Dixie Phoenix Punk Bashing Boogie HOT ROCK HR45 002
80 Freddy Cannon Hey Punk Rocker! HOT ROCK HR45 003
80 Rhythm Hawks Zodiac  HOT ROCK HR45 004
80 The Memphis Tenor C's Big As Memphis (The King 1935-77) HOT ROCK HR45 005
80 Sid King Back Door Man HOT ROCK HR45 006
80 Buzz And The Flyers Go Cat Wild HOT ROCK HR45 007
80 Nick Satan We Wish You A Teddy Christmas HOT ROCK HR45 008
81 Rhythm Hawks No Chance / Clap Your Hands And Dance HOT ROCK HR45 009
81 Mac Curtis I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday HOT ROCK HR45 010