|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||If You Need Me||2||Audio||1981||Stiff Records|
|2||Rankin´ Discipline||3||Audio||1981||Stiff Records|
|3||Baby Come Back||2||Audio||1980||Stiff Records|
|5||Baby Come Back / Geordie||4||Audio||1980||Stiff Records|
|8||Baby Come Back||2||Audio||1980||Stiff Records|
|9||If You Need Me / So What's New?||2||Audio||1981||Stiff Records|
|10||Baby Come Back / Georgie||2||Audio||1980||Stiff Records|
|11||Feel Like Making Love||2||Audio||1977||Lightning Records (2)|
|12||Baby Come Back||2||Audio||1980||Stiff Records|
|13||Baby Come Back||2||Audio||1980||Stiff Records|
|14||Baby Come Back||2||Audio||1980||Stiff Records|
|15||If You Need Me||2||Audio||1981||Stiff Records|
Formed in 1977 by the brothers Bailey (Donald, Leo & Rocky), the offspring of Jamaican immigrants to England, The Equators were discovered by Stiff Records’ President, David Robinson, performing with another Birmingham band, The Beat (which shared The Equators’ 20/21 Management team). Robinson, ecstatically impressed with the raw energy of their concert performance & the soulful innovation of their ska-pop-reggae sound, moved to sign the band to the famous Stiff Records label (home of Madness & Elvis Costello).
The Relationship with Stiff Records began with The Equators backing the Jamaican ska-reggae great, Desmond Dekker ("Israelites", "007 Shanty Town"), on his Black and Dekker album.