Independent Diy label:  EXPLOITED formed in 1979 in Edinburgh. One of the first lineups consisted of Big John Duncan on guitar, Dru Stix (Glen Campbell) on drums, Gary McCormack on bass and Terry Buchan on vocals. After a very short time, however, Terry was removed from the band and his oldest brother, Walter 'Wattie' Buchan then took over. Inspired by the first wave of punk rock (Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Damned), the quartet created a simple, no-frills sound characterized by speed and aggression. In 1980, the group founded its own independent record label, Exploited Record Company, and immediately released their debut EP Army Life, which was #6 in the independent charts for eight weeks, then was in the top 20 for 18 months. They then released another single, "Barmy Army", which immediately jumped into the independent charts and remained there for 53 weeks, peaking at no 4. Manufactured And Distributed By Red Rhino Records.

80 Exploited Army Life EXPLOITED EXP 1001
81 Exploited Exploited Barmy Army EXPLOITED EXP 1002
81 Exploited Extracts From Edinburgh Nite Club [ Ep ] EXPLOITED EXP 1003
82 Robert'S Steve As Tears Go By EXPLOITED EXP 1004