Independent label: Rigid Digits Records was the label of Belfast Punk band Stiff Little Fingers.  Gordon Ogilvie And Colin Mcclelland, Initially Based At Mcclelland'S Home At 12 Sharman Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland. After the first single, 'Suspect Device' (SRD-1; 3/78) the band signed to independent company Rough Trade.  A few singles appeared on a combined Rigid Digits / Rough Trade label before Stiff Little Fingers signed to Chrysalis Records and Rigid Digits was shelved.  It enjoyed a brief renaissance in 1985-87, however, when Jake Burns & the Big Wheel added a further two singles.  Orignal pressings of 'Suspect Device' are reported to have red labels, with white and yellow-labelled singles being re-pressings. Stiff Little Fingers are a punk rock band from Belfast, Northern Ireland. They formed in 1977, at the height of the Troubles. They started out as a schoolboy band called Highway Star (named after the Deep Purple song), doing rock covers, Stiff Little Fingers Line-up, Jake Burns, vocals and guitar, Henry Cluney, guitar, Ali McMordie, bass, and Brian Faloon, drums Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

78 Stiff Little Fingers Suspect Device RIGID DIGITS SRD  1
85 Burns Jake & Big Wheel On Fortune Street SURVIVAL SRD  2
86 Burns Jake & Big Wheel She Grew Up SURVIVAL SRD  3
78 Stiff Little Fingers Alternative Ulster RIGID DIGITS / ROUGH TRADE RT 004
78 Stiff Little Fingers Suspect Device / Wasted Life RIGID DIGITS / ROUGH TRADE RT 006
79 Stiff Little Fingers Gotta Gettaway RIGID DIGITS / ROUGH TRADE RT 015

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