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The Saints - One, Two, Three, Four


On this date in 1977, The Saints released a four song EP entitled One, Two, Three, Four. It was issued both as a four song EP and as a double 7 inch. It was their fifth 7-inch record. The four songs were "Lipstick On Your Collar", "One Way Street", "Demolition Girl" and "River Deep Mountain High". Both "One Way Street" and "Demolition Girl" had previously appeared on their debut album, (I'm) Stranded. When the album was re-released on CD, the two other tracks were added as bonuses. The Brisbane, Australia punk/post punk band has continued on despite the fact that Chris Bailey is the only original member left and has been since 1979. Founder Ed Kuepper, who left to form Laughing Clowns in 1979, has done shows with The Saints in the last few years.

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