Zeugma Records was a DIY label. It managed one single. Distributed By Zeugma Records. Zeugma's sole release was a self-financed single by a Prog / Rock band called Change, which offered 'Boring Song' on the 'A' side and 'Whiplash' on the 'B'. The single was made through Deroy (q.v.), and was released in February 1970 with a catalogue / matrix number of ADM-549. Only a small number of copies were pressed - some sources say 25, others 50 - and they're sought-after, so if you see one grab it. Charge was Formed by three art college students, Andy Dalby (lead guitar), Chris Gibbs (bass) & Martin Steer (drums), in Derby in 1969. Julian Paul Brown (organ, guitar) came from the Merseyside area. Dalby, Brown and Steer eventually backed Arthur Brown in Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come by May 1971. After the release of their 1970-single recorded in the library of Derby Art College in 1969 and issued in an edition of 50 copies the following year. The band added a flute player to the line-up with New Zealander Nick Hoffman. With Hoffman's visa expiring and no more recording dates having set by their manager Andy Dalby started making moves into Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come. Paul Brown followed Dalby into the ranks as well as drummer Martin 'Slim' Steer, who stayed until embarking on a career in session work.