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Family Fodder - Sunday Girls


On this date in 1980, Family Fodder released their debut EP, Sunday Girls. The 12-inch record was really a mini-album that contained twelve tracks (including two versions of "Sunday Girl", a Blondie cover), five of which clocked in at less than 90 minutes long. None of the tracks were released as singles. The London post punk band was a collective of ever-changing musicians (there were fifteenn "band members" on this album). They disbanded in 1983 after two albums but have re-formed periodically to record new music.

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