V/A- Bored Teenagers Vol. 10 LP. Another excellent compilation in the Bored Teenagers series. First up is The Features who were another old Roxy Club Punk band from Orpington in Kent. Both tracks have been taken direct off the master acetate that the band cut in 1978 and pressed up 500 copies on their own lablel, Progress Records. Following them are The Innocent Bystanders and feature two unreleased tracks from this obscure London based band. This is the same band that released Where Is Johnny on a split single with the Debutantes on the 'ROK' label in 1979. Full of attitude with sneering vocals and the story behind this band is awesome! Tracks 5 and 6 are brought to you by Vain Aims who are a very obscure Welsh band who only ever did one gig and split. But in their very short existence they managed to record and release a single to die for and is so hard to track down as only 500 were pressed. Side one is completed with a North London based band called Fenzyx who were mainly made up of ex members of Demon Preacher and released a sole 7" on the collectable 'Ellie Jay' in a pressing size of just 500 copies in 1981. Side two kicks off with the Rarest UK Punk Rock single ever pressed. Yes, the Great British Heroes (aka GBH). Both tracks have been taken from their withdrawn Lightning Records release. When this single surfaced a few years ago, all the collectors around the world went into total meltdown and were shocked that it was actually pressed ... hell not even the band were aware! Following thme are another old favourite and Bin Liner Records are the first to crack the mystery of Birmingham’s Anti-Social. Most collectors would of heard these tracks by now but they want to share the story behind this band. Up next, The Period, hail from the outskirts of Manchester and were mates of The Buzzcocks. This band started in 1976 and did go through a few line up changes but did get their act together enough to enter into a studio. Sadly over the years, the master tape had gotten lost and these tracks have been salvaged from an old cassette found at the back of one of the band members drawers. Now onto the band that closes this volume Underdog who were from Harlow in Essex. Not strictly a Punk band as they were on the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal scene but it's a cross over single. Plus both sides of the single are a full on attack of noise and in the true punk spirit they formed their own label and self financed a run of just 500 copies that’s a very tough record to find! A throrough reissue here inlcuding 16 Tracks plus a 20 page booklet with very extensive liner notes told by the bands themselves. Import from the UK.