One of the bands heading by the popular name of Warrior (the brand new Wave of Uk ROCK alone gave rise to in least four different ensembles!), this quintet hailed from Tyneside, Britain; documented for Neat Information; and presented vocalist Eddy Smith, guitarists Dave Dawson and Tony Watson, bassist Baz Smith, and drummer Rob Mills. Formed circa 1980, that they had their music “Flying Large” presented on Neat’s Business lead Weight compilation the next year, then produced their solitary debut with 1982’s “Deceased With regards to Like” (b/w “Stab You in the trunk” and “Kansas Town”), and concluded their romantic relationship using the label using the self-explanatory, cassette-only launch, Reside in a Dive. Many of these boasted a fiery, extremely raw, blue-collar rock style similar to Sabre, Weapon, as well as perhaps extremely early Tygers of Skillet Tang — quite simply, barely fodder for major-label or radio airwave publicity. Warrior even so proceeded to fund several additional EPs independently (1983’s misleading For European countries Just and 1984’s embarrassingly vulnerable Breakout), as well as threatened helpless human beings with a genuine album sooner or later, but fortunately stumbled to a profession halt instead.