Flashback Friday is going obscure, Dear Reader. Underneath What. Bet you've never heard of them. Nor would I have heard of them but for my constant watching of Countdown Revolution and Rage when I was 16. Obscure metal-ish Brit band, with an American or Canadian lead singer. All with the requisite copious amounts of hair, and tight, tight jeans. As far as I know, they only released one album, which I proudly bought from an awesome little heavy metal obsessed shop in Martin Place, Sydney, whose name now eludes me. And yes, it is an album I own, real vinyl, like much of my collection. Such a shame I am bereft of a turntable! One day, Dear Reader, one day. They had a great song "Eggs, Bacon and Suicide", but alas there is no film clip. We shall settle instead for the equally worthy "Firebomb Telecom". I recall them telling of a rather crazy Australian fan of theirs that kept trying to blow up Telecom phone boxes (back when it was called Telecom here too) as a way of, lets say punctuate, his adoration of their song. Kooky.