Croydon’s Banned is most beneficial remembered for rating with an astonishingly catchy strike remake from the Syndicate of Sound’s “LITTTLE LADY” in 1978; nevertheless, just one additional single appeared prior to the music group broke up later on in the entire year — a unfortunate legacy for this entertaining music group. Created by Rick Mansworth (vocals, acoustic guitar), Pete New (acoustic guitar), John Thomas (bass), and Paul Sordid (drums), the music group originally released “LITTTLE LADY” independently Can’t Eat label in Sept 1977. Swiftly offering out the 1st pressing, even prior to the U.K. music press descended to compliment these to the skies, the music group signed using the Harvest main and “LITTTLE LADY” was reissued simply two months later on. It reached quantity 36 around the U.K. graph, but before a follow-up could possibly be slice, both Mansworth and Thomas experienced departed, to become changed by Ben Dover and Tommy Take. Nevertheless, “Him or Me” flopped as well as the music group broke up quickly after.