Created in Auckland in 1977, the Enemy, alongside the Clean, had been New Zealand’s most influential punk ambassadors. Led by Chris Knox (b. 2 Sept 1952, Invercargill, New Zealand; vocals), the music group’s other users included guitarist Alec Bathgate (b. 1956, Tapanui, Western Otago, New Zealand, and later on a Knox collaborator in both Plaything Love as well as the High Dwarfs), Mick Dawson (bass) and Mike Dooley (drums). When Dawson remaining in 1978 he was changed 1st by Phil Judd and Paul Kean. They by no means documented, but Knox’s live existence was formidable and a significant influence on later on advancements in Antipodean fresh wave. Lots of the Enemy’s songs had been consequently revisited by Plaything Love, the music group into which Foe developed in 1979.