Impeccable Records was a DIY label from Cardiff Wales. It managed just the one release, a single by the Spitfire Boys, entitled 'Funtime' (SRTS/79/CUS-481; 1979). Manufacture was by SRT. The Spitfire Boys had previously had a single out on RK Records, 'British Refugee' (RK-1001; 10/77). The Spitfire Boys were the first Liverpool punk band to release a single ("British Refugee" c/w "Mein Kampf"). The Spitfire Boys were mainly notable for including in their line-up Peter Clarke, who went on to drum for The Slits and later Siouxsie and the Banshees (as well as marrying Siouxsie of the Banshees) as Budgie, and Paul Rutherford, later better known for being a member of 1980s pop band Frankie Goes to Hollywood. Jones (aka guitarist David Littler) went on to join The Photons, which also included Steve Strange (Visage) and Vince Ely (The Psychedelic Furs). After Littler disbanded the short-lived Photons, he moved to Cardiff, Wales, in October 1978, where he formed a band, The White Boys, but changed their name to The Spitfire Boys, as pressure by a financer of the band, who thought the name would sell better.That time, the line-up was formed by Littler (as David Francis) on vocals and guitar, and former Nylonz members Peter Millman on guitar, Kurt Prasser on bass and Chris Brazier on drums That alineation recorded and released the 7" single, "Funtime" in 1979. In October 1979, the band moved to London, where they recorded some demos with RKO records. By 1980, despite the interest of Major Label, they disbanded, and Littler joined White Brothers. Impeccable Records Former Address: 34 Neville Street Cardiff South Glamorgan, CF11 6LR. Wales. Distributed By Impeccable Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.