Caff Records label discography

Caff Records was a short lived British indie label run by Bob Stanley of the band Saint Etienne. Established in 1989, it only ever released one-off 7" singles by each act it was involved with. The label enjoyed a close relationship with Sarah Records, putting out singles by three of it's regular acts, but it is most noted for the releases of the seminal "New Art Riot" by the Manic Street Preachers, plus singles by Pulp and US rockers Buffalo Tom.


 
CatFMSinglesStockYear
17"East Village / Cath Coughlan - Freeze Out
Im' long Me Measaim
Split flexi-disc
1989
27"Field Mice - I Can See Myself Alone Forever
Everything About You
1989
37"Wilson, Phil - Better Days
The Written Word
1989
47"Close Lobsters - Just Too Bloody Stupid1989
57"Television Personalities - I Still Believe In Magic
Respectable
1989
67"Buffalo Tom - Enemy
Deep In The Ground
1989
77"Another Sunny Day - Genetic Engineering
Kilburn Towers
1990
87"Claim - Birth Of A Teenager
Mike The Bike
1990
97"Galaxie 500 - Rain
Don't Let Our Youth Go To Waste
1990
107"Razorcuts - Sometimes I Worry About You
4 track EP
1990
117"Orchids - An Ill Wind That Blows
All Those Things
1990
127"Lilac Time - Madresfield
Bird On A Wire
1990
137"Biff Bang Pow! / Times - Sleep
Extase
Split single, usually known as ''The Mods Are Back!''
1990
147"Bitch Magnet - Sadie
Ducks And Drakes
1991
157"Manic St Preachers - New Art Riot
Repeat After Me
Known as ''Feminine Is Beautiful''
1991
167"World Of Twist - The Sausage
Skidding Into Love / Space Rockit
1992
177"Pulp - My Legendary Girlfriend
Sicky Grin / Back In LA
1991
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