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More than one Headache exists…

1) UK ‘77 punk band Headache allegedly formed some years earlier and like a lot of other bands of the time claimed they were playing new wave style music long before it became know as new wave! Headache were actually The Electrodes up until the release of their only single record. They performed regularly on Tuesday nights at the Greyhound pub in Chadwell heath for a few months mid 1977. They were supported by local bands the Losers and Wasted and on one or two occasions the Sockets who went on to be the Purple Hearts. Headache also played the usual punk palaces like the ‘Roxy’ and ‘Vortex’ in London’s’ Soho district all through ’77, playing with bands such as, Raped, Bethnal, Merger, Mean Streets, and Crocodile. Primal punk……….
In November ’77 they released a single ‘I Can’t Stand Still’ / ‘No Reason For Your Call’ on the independent Lout Records.
They later went on to be associated with Crass, changing their name to Lack Of Knowledge. It did for them coz they did nothing else and split up at the beginning of 1978.
Group members: Steve Lambert - Guitar. Danny Drummond - Vocals. Paul Cremona - Bass. Colin Chew - Drums.

2) Headache existed in various forms during the mid 90’s, wreaking havoc all around Europe during countless road treks and assaults on small villages in England.

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