The Neat – Hormones In Action 7″



There’s way too little powerpop posts in here so to fill up the quota we give you this awesome classic. Take a close look at the band photo here. Ray Romance the guitarist to the right must’ve gotten himself laid a couple of times looking so cool and wearing those tight leopard pants. The b-side is up to others to post cause it’s just nowhere near the a-side.


Country: UK
Year: 1980
Label: Neat Beat
Format: 7″
Hormones In Action(In My Heart).mp3
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8 Responses to The Neat – Hormones In Action 7″

  1. steve says:

    Well spotted: Ray Romance was a bit of a lady killer. Probably still is. Last I heard he was waking up next to one of the Nolan Sisters of a morning.

  2. The Flakes // Drummer says:

    ha ha what? Nolan Sisters??? Help me out here.

  3. steve says:

    Don’t know which Nolan Sister, but it was the one who was married to song and dance man Shane Ritchie, him as wot played Alfie in EastEnders, whichever one that is. My favourite was always Bernadette (or were they all called Bernadette?).

  4. The Flakes // Drummer says:

    Sorry never seen East Enders. Heard about it though. Wasn’t that some 70’s porn movie?

  5. Anonymous says:

    Ah, 70s porn movies. The world’s leading NWOBHM expert is also yer man for obscure facts about 70s (UK) porn movies. All I can offer up is that the Ben Dover who was in The Banned (“Little Girl” etc) wasn’t the same Ben Dover who was a porn star – that was Lindsay Honey, also known as Ben Dover when he was in The Artful Dodgers (one single, “Here We Go”, 1978). It’s amazing what shit clogs up my brain, it really is.

  6. Jepo says:

    Ray Romance is waking up next to Coleen Nolan, the youngest sister who sang Im in the mood for dancing!!!

  7. Chris M says:

    The track “Hormones In Action” was written by my best friend David (DP) Parkinson, who sad to say died on the 17th of August (see the Bradford Telegraph and Argus – Sept 9th, 2010) – Over the years DP had written and produced many songs for bands, but he gave it all up following his last release on the Ariola label and became a teacher in Bradford. Chris M

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