Independent label: MHG Records was A Punk / New Wave label from the very late '70s. It managed at least two singles. 'Tired Of Waiting For You' by The Warm (GHM-208; 11/79, or 12/79) and a reissue of the 1979 Psykik Volts' single on Ellie Jay (EJSP 9262), 'Totally Useless' (GHM-109; 11/79).  The catalogue numbers suggest that there should be at least seven others out there, but it may be that the '8' and '9' of the numerical part follow on from the series used by The Warm's 'Warm' label, which ended at number 2007 in Britain - MHG was intimately connected with Warm, M.H.G. reportedly being the initials of the lady whose father paid the band's costs at the time.  If that is the case, these two singles may be the only two that there are.  Distribution of the Warm record, which had a copper-coloured injection-moulded label of the kind that were pressed in France, was by Pinnacle. Psykik Volts were a group of 18-year-olds Victor Vendetta Guitar / Vocals Nathan Teen Bass M.J. Reed - Drums, from Dewsbury West Yorkshire. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

79 Psykik Volts Totally Useless MHG GHM 109
79 Warm Tired Of Waiting For You MHG GHM 208

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