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One Way System " Cum On Feel The Noize"
One Way System is a street punk band formed in the Fleetwood area of Lancashire, England in 1979.
One Way System had an initial line-up of Craig Halliday (guitar), Gavin Whyte (vocals), Tez Mcdonald (drums) and Gaz Buckley (bass). A demo of the song, 'Jerusalem' appeared on the A Country Fit For Heroes compilation album, released in January 1982 - Catalogue number Oi3 - reaching #4 in the UK Indie Charts. Shortly after this Beat The System Records, from Blackpool, released the Stab The Judge EP and after some early personnel changes (Tez Mcdonald joined The Fits) the band settled down as Gavin Whyte on vocals, David Ross guitar, Gaz Buckley bass and Tom Couch on drums.
In 1983, One Way System became the first signing on Cherry Red's Anagram Records with the release of their All Systems Go LP after the single 'Give Us A Future' did well in the indie charts. The band stayed signed to Anagram until they broke up in early 1986 after an American West Coast tour along side Circle Jerks in 1984 was cancelled because Keith Morris broke his neck. However, they did manage to play one date with Suicidal Tendencies. In 1985 Gavin Whyte was replaced by Andy Gibson of The Genocides on vocals and enough songs were written for a third album but it was never released.
"Cum On Feel The Noize / Breakin` In" (7", Anagram 1983) #11