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Limited reissue on Restless Empire
As The Newtown Neurotics, the band began their career playing punk heavily indebted stylistically to The Clash and The Ramones.
They released a series of singles from 1979 - later collected on the
album 45 Revolutions per Minute - and debut album Beggars Can Be
Choosers in 1983. Over the course of the 1980s, the band dropped the
"Newtown" from its name and simply became The Neurotics; along with the
name change came a stylistic broadening, including slower tempos and
horn arrangements. They released several albums on noted UK postpunk
label Jungle Records. (Darius Chris)