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 Independent label: Panic Records was setup by the band Sector 21. Sector 27 is a defunct British new wave band founded by Tom Robinson. Robinson left the band, and it continued without him for a number of years. Tom Robinson formed the band in late 1979 as an effort to begin a new direction. The band made its debut in Liverpool on 11 January 1980. The band released its first records on its own label, Panic Records. Later releases were on Fontana Records. Band members were Tom Robinson - vocals, guitar Stevie B. (Blanchard) - guitar, vocals Jo Burt - bass, vocals Derek Quinton -drums. Tom Robinson (born 1 June 1950) is an English singer-songwriter, bassist and radio presenter, better known for the hits "Glad to Be Gay", "2-4-6-8 Motorway", and "Don't Take No for an Answer", with his Tom Robinson Band. He later peaked at #6 in the UK Singles Chart with his solo single "War Baby". Distributed By Faulty Products. Former Address: 41b Blenham Crescent London W11 2EF.

 
80 Sector 27 Not Ready PANIC SEC 27
80 Sector 27 Invitation PANIC SEC 28
80 Sector 27 Total Recall  PANIC SEC 29
81 Sector 27 Martin'S Gone PANIC SEC 30
81 Cosmetics  Closures PANIC SEC 31
 
82 Tom Robinson  Now Martin'S Gone PANIC NIC 1
83 Tom Robinson  War Baby PANIC NIC 2
83 Tom Robinson  Listen To The Radio: Atmospherics PANIC NIC 3



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