Independent label: Trial Records was owned by Steve Guy-Clark.  Trial operated from 1979 to 1984, during which period it issued at least eight singles.  Numbering was in a CASE-0 series; an initial yellow label had been replaced by a less bright but more decorative blue-and-silver design by the time CASE-4 came out.  The first three Trial singles were by Suffolk NWOBHM band Trespass, whose 'One Of These Days' b/w 'Bloody Moon' (CASE-1; 12/79). Distributed By Trial Records. Trespass are a heavy metal band from Suffolk, England. They were part of the new wave of British heavy metal at the beginning of the 1980s. The band reformed in 2015. Initially the band consisted of brothers Mark Sutcliffe (voice and guitar) and Paul Sutcliffe (drums), Dave Crawte (guitar), and Richard Penny (bass). Later they replaced Richard Penny with Cris Linscott and added vocalist Steve "Sleeve" Mills, all under 21 at the time. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

79 Trespass One Of These Days TRIAL  CASE 1
80 Trespass Jealousy TRIAL  CASE 2
82 Trespass Bright Lights TRIAL  CASE 3
82 Taxi Voices TRIAL  CASE 4
82 Gavin Eric Poverty Line TRIAL  CASE 05
84 Low Over Scandinavia Say Something Nice TRIAL  CASE 6
84 Eric Gavin Make Believe  TRIAL  CASE 007
84 Next Step Crushed By The Crisis TRIAL  CASE 8

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