Deptford Fun City

Deptford Fun City

Based: London, England, UK

A sister label, of Illegal and Illegal and Step-Forward, all of which were owned by Miles Copeland. DFC was formed mainly to release the debut single by Squeeze, although it evetually ended up as home to Alternative TV and various Mark Perry offshoot bands. Folded in 1980 but was briefly reactivated in 1990 by Squeeze to release their A Round And A Bout LP.

 

7" Singles:    
     
DFC 01 SQUEEZE - Packet Of Three 1977
DFC 002 ALTERNATIVE TV - How Much Longer (7"/2x7") 1977
DFC 03 THE JOOLS HOLLAND AND DEPTFORD BOYS CHOIR - Boogie Woogie '78 1978
DFC 04 ALTERNATIVE TV - Life After Life 1978
DFCO 5 ALTERNATIVE TV - Life / Love Lies Limp 1978
DFC 006 not released  
DFC 07 ALTERNATIVE TV - Action Time Vision 1978
DFC 08 not released  
DFC 09 MARK PERRY - You Cry Your Tears (not released) 1979
DFC 010 ALTERNATIVE TV - The Force Is Blind 1979
DFC 11 HENRY BADOWSKI - Making Love With My Wife 1979
DFC 12 MARK PERRY - Whole World's Down On Me 1980
     
LPs:    
     
DLP 01 ALTERNATIVE TV - The Image Has Cracked - The First Album By Alternative TV 1978
DLP 02 ALTERNATIVE TV / HERE AND NOW - What You See... Is What You Are 1978
DLP 03 ALTERNATIVE TV - Vibing Up The Senile Man (Part One) - The Second Album by Alternative TV 1979
DLP 04 THE GOOD MISSIONARIES - Fire From Heaven 1979
DLP 05 ALTERNATIVE TV - Action Time Vision 1980
DLP 06 MARK PERRY - Snappy Turns 1980

 

 

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