A punk supergroup, 1982-1984, though there probably wasn't much of a market for it. Stiv Bators, the singer from the Dead Boys, Brian James, guitarist in The Damned, and Two Other Guys, with Sham 69 and Barracudas pedigrees. It was well-produced punkish stuff, but maybe well-produced isn't the way to go with such material. They lasted three years and three albums, leaving behind a cool cover of Balloon Farm's "A Question of Temperature" and a nice original, "Russian Roulette" that had a less-contrived hint of old Dead Boy attitude. Otherwise, file under New Wave, despite the possible protests of M'Lords.