Independent label: South Circular appears to have put out just two singles: 'Drums Over London', by the Disco Zombies (SGS-106; 3/79) and 'The Beat Drill' by The Steppes (SGS-108; 7/79).  The SGS-100 numerical series was used by SGS Stdios, of London, which. The Zombies had previously had a single out on the Wizzo label. SGS Records is Not exactly a label as such, but a South London recording studio.  Records bearing matrix numbers in its SGS-100 series date from 1978 to 1980; most of the ones have had plain white labels which were then rubber-stamped, stickered or otherwise marked by the bands themselves.  The one most commonly happened upon is the Damned's 'Love Songs' (SGS-105; 1978), which came out on the Dodgy Demo Co Record 'label', but other records appeared on South Circular, Synesthesia and Industrial Accident.  SGS-104, however, an EP by The Isrealites and Children of Charlton Park P. H. School, had a proper printed label, though with no SGS identity apart from the catalogue number.  Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

78 Not Traced SGS SGS 101
78 Not Traced SGS SGS 102
78 The Rivals Skateboarding In The U.K. (Sos 001) SOUND ON SOUND SGS 103
78 The Isrealites  Performed Live By The Children At Charlton Park P. H. School SGS SGS 104
78 The Damned Love Song DODGY DEMO CO SGS 105
79 Disco Zombies Drums Over London SOUTH CIRCULAR SGS 106
79 Neu Electric Lust Of Berlin SYNESTHESIA SGS 107
79 Steppes / Fifty Fantastics The Beat Drill / God'S Got Religion SOUTH CIRCULAR SGS 108
79 The Lazy Four I Won'T Shed A Tear SGS SGS 110
79 Future Bodies Terrorist FINAL ALTERNATIVE SGS 111
80 The Institution Jane And Jon INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT SGS 112
80 Six Minute War 33.3Rpm 75P Ep SIX MINUTE WAR SGS 113
80 The Sonic Tonix Don'T Go Away INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT SGS 114

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