Zeros- Lost Boys: 1977 - 1979 CD. Formed in 1977 out of boredom by Steve Godfrey whose outlook in Walthamstow, London was just so typical of that time. The only thing that teenagers in that area looked forward to was milling around the local record shop Small Wonder Records. The shop quickly acknowledged the new music scene and started stocking all the latest Punk sounds that were being released on small DIY labels all over the world. With this in mind, the owner Pete Stennett decided to start up his own label as so many new bands were starting to spring up. One such band was The Zeros who were the second release on his newly formed label Small Wonder Records. The tracks "Hungry" backed with “Radio Fun” hit the streets in November 1977 and made a BIG impression and hit No 1 in the NME punk charts and more excitement followed when the legendary John Peel invited them into Radio 1 to do a Peel session. In 1978, the band signed to Rok Records and did a split release with a track called “What’s Wrong With A Pop Group”. The single was release in early 1979 and the label mis-spelt the name of the track to “What’s Wrong With Pop Group” which caused inner turmoil in the band and they split up a few months later. This stellar reissue includes 11 tracks that were recorded between 1977 - 1979 when this was all happening and includes the three tracks from the two aforementioned records and 8 unreleased tracks. These are limited to only 200 copies and the reissue also includes a detailed 8 page booklet documenting the bands history including some rare photos taken inside the Small Wonder ecord shop. Import from the UK.