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The Art Attacks


The Art Episodes were a short-lived post-punk music group from Britain that combined the talents of drummer J.D. Haney, guitarist Steve Spear, bassist M.S., and vocalist Edwin Pouncey (aka the cartoonist Savage Pencil). The music group cut their tooth by playing London’s Vortex often; actually, their second documented appearance was on 1977’s Live on the Vortex compilation. (Their initial appearance was on Beggars Banquet’s Roads package deal.) Pouncey was from the music group by the finish of 1977, as well as the group continuing for under per month until opting to stop operations. Strangely enough, the music group released their just one posthumously; the I Am a Dalek one was released on Albatross in Apr of 1978, plus they produced another compilation appearance on Fresh’s A BRAND NEW Selection, that was released in 1982. Haney afterwards joined up with the Monochrome Established.

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Awards British Academy Television Award for Best Children's Programme - Factual
Music Songs Punk Rock Stars, I Am a Dalek, Rat City, Arabs in 'Arrads, Frankenstein's Heartbeat, Animal Bondage, Neutron Bomb, Death Wish 2000, Chickens in Funland, Take Your Brain Out For A Walk, Chicane Bootleg, Big Baby, Stench, Chimneys
Albums Outrage and Horror

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