Independent label: Limp Records was owned by Mike Marsh. Limp issued at least two singles, 'Rock 'n' Roll Discharge' by the Deep Throats (LMP-1; 2/1979), and Modern English's 'Drowning Man' (LIMP-2; 8/1979). Limp had a sister-label, Real Kool, for Rockabilly records. Distribution was by Pinnacle. Modern English single, is describes 'Dark Punk / New Wave'. Modern English were formed in Colchester, Essex, England, in 1977 by Robbie Grey (Vocals), Gary McDowell (Guitar) and Michael Conroy (Bass). Originally known as the Lepers, the band made their name in the burgeoning punk scene where they would get together exclusively to play at parties, until they were picked up by 4AD. Richard Brown (Drums) and Stephen Walker (Keyboards) were subsequently added to the line-up of the band. Distributed By Limp Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.
Rock 'N' Roll Discharge