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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.

CatSinglesFMYear
1East Village / Cath Coughlan - Freeze Out
Im' long Me Measaim
Comments:Split flexi-disc
7"1989
2Field Mice - I Can See Myself Alone Forever
Everything About You
7"1989
3Wilson, Phil - Better Days
The Written Word
7"1989
4Close Lobsters - Just Too Bloody Stupid7"1989
5Television Personalities - I Still Believe In Magic
Respectable
7"1989
6Buffalo Tom - Enemy
Deep In The Ground
7"1989
10Razorcuts - Sometimes I Worry About You
Comments:4 track EP
7"1990
11Orchids - An Ill Wind That Blows
All Those Things
7"1990
12Lilac Time - Madresfield
Bird On A Wire
7"1990
13Biff Bang Pow! / Times - Sleep
Extase
Comments:Split single, usually known as ''The Mods Are Back!''
7"1990
7Another Sunny Day - Genetic Engineering
Kilburn Towers
7"1990
8Claim - Birth Of A Teenager
Mike The Bike
7"1990
9Galaxie 500 - Rain
Don't Let Our Youth Go To Waste
7"1990
14Bitch Magnet - Sadie
Ducks And Drakes
7"1991
15Manic St Preachers - New Art Riot
Repeat After Me
Comments:Known as ''Feminine Is Beautiful''
7"1991
17Pulp - My Legendary Girlfriend
Sicky Grin / Back In LA
7"1991
16World Of Twist - The Sausage
Skidding Into Love / Space Rockit
7"1992
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