Unearthed - Liverpool Cult Classics Vol. 3
"Another 'storming collection of scouse nuggets' from the seventies to the present day. Vol 3 begins with Liverpool's first punk band The Spitfire Boys with a song called 'British Refugee' from 1977 featuring future Frankie Goes to Hollywood member Paul Rutherford on vocals and ends with The Hokum Clones, one of Liverpool's finest new bands around, covering a song that started it all in the mid 1950s, Leadbelly's 'Rock Island Line.' This album also features a lost song by Shack called 'Up' thought to be destroyed in a fire in 1991, The ID, an early incarnation of OMD with the original version of 'Electricity,' and 'Hey Disco Joe' by Wah! Heat 'live' at the last night of Erics and many more gems."