This is the 1982 debut EP by Brisbane Southside punk band, Mystery of Sixes who existed between 1981 and 1983 with various line ups and the odd reunion shows along the way.
300 were pressed and few have survived after all this is a Queensland punk 45 we're talking about.
This was guitarist and co-writer Brett Swanborough's personal copy and has sat in a drawer since it came out which may explain the very light foxing on both the label and on the cover. These covers were individually made by singer Bez Jobson with staples along the top and bottom. We've seen a lot of fakes around but with the eye of providence stamp and the provenance of the single, well the proof is in the pudding. The cover - printed on photocopy paper is still crisp. One of the staples along the top has become loose but it's still VG+.
This is an unplayed copy which is graded at NM as nothing is truly M now is it?
This is what we would certainly call a keeper copy.
Check out our other Brisbane punk listings on here and at our shop, Phase 4 where this record can be inspected. We're here at 680F Ann St in the Valley.
Feel free to ask any questions. This 45 is also listed elsewhere.