Out of the burnt bum rags of C.U Next Tuesday Records came the flaming Lamborghini / ice cream van of Invisible Spies Records with the debut release being the home help hardcore record ‘Movement’ by cluck doctors Toah Dynamic back in the “Year 2000”.
This got the ball bags rolling, rolling raw hide and the label pumping out some very underground (clean your ears, you’ll miss them) hits of the real gone century such as ‘Son Of A Copper’, ‘Squirrel Hunters’, ‘Twice As Nude’, ‘LSD Who Said That?’, ‘Two Rooms (Full Of Insects)’ and the most recent Oi!xplosion of ‘When You Love Your Job It’s Only Half A Day’.
Over the last ten plus years, there’s been beers, fears, cheers, tears, queers and urm…more beers. Haha.
You want a record label run by overlords then cross the road and don’t use the robot. These Tomy tuggers are spagulaters in the world wide spiders web of time, truth and honour amongst tea leafs.
“One sugar and don’t spare the horses milk, cos it’s your round bulldog”