Johnny & the Personal Abusers were among Glasgow, Scotland’s couple of punk rings, albeit a fairly bizarrely entertaining a single. Hailing in the city’s south aspect, their gigs highlighted their very own light present, replete with DayGlo skulls. In addition they looked the component, wearing generous levels of makeup; among the performers, who often passed the name Pripton Odd, lacked eyebrows. Agreed upon to the Chiswick label, the group released a unitary in past due 1977, Saints and Sinners. Internal turmoil busted in the music group around enough time of its discharge, dividing it into two factions: Alastair Mackenzie, Michael McNeil, Donald and John Milarky produced the Cuban Heels; while Charlie Burchill, Brian McGee, and Strange (better referred to as Jim Kerr) produced Simple Minds.