"The venue in Swansea was the Circles Club. The changing room walls were signed by all the bands and the carpet in the club was sticky. In later years they found a dead body there! This was the first place we played. We had been practicing for weeks with a drummer who pulled out on the night. We told our last minute replacement that we would hold the first note of the song until he got the beat. The PA was set up so that all the vocals were on one side and the guitars on the other. At the start of the night a bloke at the bar was shouting for us to get off and booing. By the end he was pleading with us to get off, claiming we were ruining his night out! When we got off stage our one fan told us not to worry and to go back on and do 'Do You Wanna Dance', (our one and only cover). We told him we had just done - it was so bad he didn't even recognise it. Next gig was at the Heathcliffe (a local community centre) . Gary Glitter was playing in town so they weren't expecting many people. We were due to be on first but due to the lack of audience, the other bands pulled rank to get it out of the way. By the time we got on Glitter had finished and the place had filled up. I finished the gig with one string - still forming the full chords or I wouldnt know where to put my fingers - the place was in uproar and after that things took off."
They issued an EP for Steve Mitchell's Sonic International Records in 1980, but to little impact. A follow-up EP shared its fate. Mitchell narrated the story thus: "I had the tapes and had released the 'Plastic Land' EP . The band told me I could do whatever wanted with the extra tracks so, when I decided I wanted to press up a second 7-inch, I went ahead despite not being able to contact the band members who had by then moved away. I thought I'd find them at some point. I only pressed 100 copies - all white labels, no sleeve - just for sale locally. However, just at this time, our local Virgin shop closed. The singer of the Pseudo Sadists allowed his goat to piss in the shop during a visit from the area manager, who was already contemplating closing the shop as it barely made any money. I then had nowhere to sell the record. I estimate that maybe 20 copies were actually sold. The remaining copies were destroyed by accident sometime in the 80's when I was throwing out some other white label single I'd made but had too many of (the Crash Action Winners single). Now I dont have one, though my mother does! I have never been able to find anyone in Swansea who actually has the record"