Independent label: Maximum Joy were a post-punk band from Bristol. When the Glaxo Babies split in 1979, Tony Wrafter formed Maximum Joy with Janine Rainforth (vocals/clarinet), and they were later joined by Dan Catsis and Charlie Llewellin (of Glaxo Babies), and John Waddington (formerly of The Pop Group, on guitar and vocals). After a few singles on Y Records in 1981 and 1982, the band released the Adrian Sherwood-produced album Station MXJY in October 1982. After a subsequent single, a cover of Timmy Thomas' "Why Can't We Live Together" recorded with Dennis Bovell, the band split. Marketed and Distributed by Stiff Records.
Why Can't We Live Together