Simply no, not the Peter Retailers. This goofball Italian group (which didn’t even add a member using the pseudonym of Peter Retailers) was evidently the alter ego from the Subterranean Eating Rooms, a completely obscure band unidentified also to voracious fanzine visitors, who produced among the better unheard underground rock and roll records from the past due ’80s. Peter Retailers had a more regular sound compared to the Eating Areas, although still not really sounding near mainstream over- or underground rock and roll. Their preparations also put somewhat more emphasis on electrical musical instruments and percussion (instead of the drummer-less Eating Areas), with cheerier and even more upbeat folk-rockish materials. Still, in the improbable event you’ve noticed and liked the Subterranean Eating Rooms, you will discover the 1989 Peter Retailers LP To produce a Love Out of Swiftness a satisfying supplement, when you can find it.