The highly successful Highliners´ debut single was released by ABC Records in the autumn of 1988. The most famous wasp in Psychobilly history was out on classic 7´´ vinyl as well as on 12´´vinyl with the live recording of Come Dancing as bonus track. The disc was strongly supported by a video clip that was broadcasted on several TV stations all over Europe and eventually reached the Top 100 of the BBC Pop charts. Track list: Henry The Wasp//Double Shot--Come Dancing (live).
This is the three track maxi single from the HIGHLINERS, distributed by Razor Records. The title track is named after the popular comedian, who is best known for his special kind of British humour. The 12´´ vinyl format also includes two different versions of Surfer Jones. The release was also available on 7´´ vinyl, excluding the second take of Surfer Jones. Tracklist: The Benny Hill Boogie--Surfer Jones (Radio Mix)--Surfer Jones (Surf Mix).
This is the first long-playing record of this British Fun-o-billy quintet, originally released on 12´´ vinyl on ABC Records . The eleven track affair includes all their early fan favorites. You miss slap basses, bloodsucking and distorted guitar solos, but you get some real cool sax, pure party atmosphere and lyrics loaded with smut and innuendo in return. Highlights: Surfer Jones, Henry The Wasp, The Benny Hill Boogie and Inspector Clouseau.