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The 101'ers - Keys To Your Heart


On this date in 1976, The 101'ers released their one and only single (while still a band). The A side was "Keys To Your Heart". The B side was "Five Star Rock 'N' Roll Patrol". The group did not release an album while together but a posthumous album called Elgin Avenue Breakdown was released in 1981. It included the A side but not the B side. That would be added when the album was re-released on CD. The group's last two gigs were in support of The Sex Pistols.

The lead singer/guitarist was Woody Mellor. He would change his name to Joe Strummer when he joined the Clash. This debut single would be re-released in 1981 as would a second single from the archives.

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