L. Voag (real name Jim Welton) was the bass player of post-punk, DIY group The Homosexuals. After leaving the band in 1979 he released the solo album 'The Way Out' (recorded in the downtime between Homosexuals recording sessions) which was the first of a slew of solo and collaborative releases utilising a dizzying array of pseudonyms (including Amos
1) The Petticoats is one woman, Stef Petticoat. Additionally, Stef Petticoat sings and plays guitar in the following bands: Necessary Evil, Petticoat/Crash, Amy and the Angels, 69 LIES (here under the name STEF PUSSYCOAT). 2) The Petticoats were a female pop band who put out the Surfin' Sally b/w Why Does Billy Play In Your Yard? 45 on Challenge Records in 1963.
Neonates are based around LA and play mid-paced post-punk with plenty of no-wavey/new-wavey yelping, as if it were Max’s Kansas City in 1979, fitting in the league of girl-fronted arty punk bands coming from the West Coast these days. The band’s variation comes from a combo of dual guitars at times and guitar-bass at others along with Mary’s perpetually changing vocal pace.
Morbid Opera was a punk band from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, with three songs on the 'We Can't Help It If We're From Florida' compilation 7" (Destroy Records 1983). They later released ‘Jesus Loves You So Give Us Your Money,’ a six-song 7" on Sublapse in 1983.