Independent label: Trash Records seems to have issued just two singles: Andrew Rance's 'It Really Shouldn't Matter' (TRA-1001; 1979), which has been described as 'Power Pop', and 'Play It Again' by Maltese band Black Train (TRA-1002; 1980), which is gruff-voiced Euro-Pop.  The second single was distributed by Pinnacle.  The two singles had different label designs, both featuring a dustbin wearing glasses; it can just be seen that the designer has drawn a 'Melody Maker' newspaper amongst the rubbish in the bin on TRA-1002. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

79 Andrew Rance It Really Shouldn't Matter TRASH TRA 1001
80 Black Train Play It Again TRASH TRA 1002

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