The Oak Documents label is definitely famed because of its popularity among collectors, as well as the Manufacturing plant’s sole 1971 sole, ‘Time Machine’/‘Castle AROUND THE Hill’, is no exception, regularly fetching over £100 when offered on the market to collectors. Not the same as the music group from the same name that documented for MGM Information and CBS Information by the end from the 60s, this UK music group presented Laurie Cooksey (drums), Geoff ‘Jaffa’ Peckham (bass), Andy Quinta (vocals) and Tony Quinta (12-string classical guitar). Peckham was later on changed on bass by Steve Kinch. Before developing Manufacturing plant the Quinta brothers have been area of the college music group Ideal Turkey, who also documented an acetate solitary (‘Rocks’/‘Ideal Turkey Blues’) for Oak. The Manufacturing plant’s solitary was released in a restricted pressing of 99, rendering it among the label’s most elusive produces. However, the Manufacturing plant’s main state to fame arrived much later on in their profession. They persevered without issuing additional information until 1976, and had been supported at among their final shows from the Sex Pistols. The Quinta brothers and Kinch consequently formed AT ONCE, and Andy Quinta and Kinch continuing the punk connection by signing up for Hazel O’Connor’s music group.