Schoolgirl Bitch was a punk rock band from Accrington, UK, formed in 1977. They released one single (Abusing The Rules / Think For Yourself) in March 1978 and packed up in 1979. Band members were Nick Name, Phil Serious and Kid Sick.
Ack Ack were originally formed as 'Dirty Mark and the Stains' in 1977 by Mark Williams (vocals), Mick Foley (guitar) and Lawrence "?" (bass) who were all school friends from the Twickenham/Isleworth area of W. London. They were joined by Alan Spencer on lead guitar and Stuart Russell on drums.
Warsaw Pakt was a short-lived punk group (1977-8), though some of its members had heritages linking them to the 1960s underground. This was apparent in their sound, which was a sophisticated punk thrash with plenty of energy but also more structure than some contemporaries.
There are at least 3 bands called "The Unwanted": 1)The Unwanted are a Punk band, formed in mid march 1977 from a meeting between Ollie Wisdom, a clothes shop proprieter in the Kings Road and Mark Curzon a student at a private educational establishment.
From High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, forming in 77 & eventually splitting in the early 80s after their lead singer went to prison, they left behind them a torrent of local graffitti and three 7 inch singles.
Nigel Martin - Vocals. Glen Spicer - Guitar. Steve Westwood - Guitar. Mark Chapman - Bass. Richard Patrol / Andy Crawford - Drums.
Afflicted Man (or Afflicted) was the moniker of a Londoner by the name of Steve Hall. Up to this outing, Afflicted Man's style could best described at stock-in-trade Brit DIY w/an almost Street Level sort of quality to it. Then at some point Hall lost the Afflicted tag & went on to the Accursed, which was a decidedly Nation Front styled punk trio who knocked out (at least) 2 lp's.
There are at least two bands called The Pigs: 1) The Pigs were a garage band from Bristol. The band formed in March 1977 and disbanded in March 1978. 2) The Pigs are an Australian bluegrass band, most notable for covering Beyonce's "Single Ladies".