Independent label: Highly politicised budget punk rockers who packed dozens of songs on to their cheaply produced EPs. Six Minute War formed in 1979, exploring minimal lengths and lyrics as well as minimal instrumentation. First release was their self-financed 11 track debut E.P. called "33.3 RPM" recorded in April 1980. The next was "More Short Songs", recorded in July 1980. Some of the members then morphed into FALLOUT, (and Rob Taylor later joined Andrew Beer in Concrete and the first version of 400 Blows) Their final release was 4 track E.P. "Slightly Longer Songs". All records are Blank white labels. Distributed By Six Minute War Records.

80 Six Minute War Short Songs  SIX MINUTE WAR SMW 001
80 Six Minute War More Short Songs SIX MINUTE WAR SMW 002
81 Six Minute War Slightly Longer Songs 75P  SIX MINUTE WAR SMW 003