One of those cases where a label probably didn't have an actual name and
I've had to use the artist's name in order to give it an identity. Poet
and multi-instrumentalist John Huscroft issued a self-financed six-track EP
called 'In The Front Line / No Man's Land' in 1975. The tracks were
'Censors', 'Pinhead Ponce (Part 2)', Stereotypes', 'Hacks', 'The Purge', and
'Nazi Blimps'; most of them were recorded at Budget Studios, London.
The EP had a catalogue number of JHEP-1. The label was black and was
of a simple design, with the artist's name and the title of the record at the
top and the track listing at the bottom; printing was in
silver. There was a circular area of roughness around the
spindle hole, which suggests a British Homophone pressing, but as I've only
seen pictures and not the actual vinyl I can't be certain. If John
Huscroft made any more records Googling has failed to come up with them.
Copyright 2015 Robert Lyons.