|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Soldier Soldier||2||Audio||1979-09-07||Rough Trade|
|3||Where's Captain Kirk?||2||Audio||1980||Rough Trade|
|4||Work / Mega City 3||2||Audio||1982||Rough Trade|
|6||Spizz History||15||Audio||1982||Rough Trade|
|7||Spizz History||15||Audio||1982||Rough Trade|
|8||Soldier Soldier||2||Audio||1979||Rough Trade|
|9||Soldier Soldier||2||Audio||1979-09-07||Rough Trade|
|10||Soldier Soldier||2||Audio||1979||Rough Trade|
|11||Where's Captain Kirk?||2||Audio||1979-12-15||Rough Trade|
|12||Where's Captain Kirk?||2||Audio||1981||Warm Records|
|13||Spizzenergi Live Where's Captain Kirk?||13||Audio||2005||Cherry Red|
|14||City Of Eyes (2013 Demo)||3||Audio||2014-02-00||Not On Label|
|15||City Of Eyes||4||Audio||2014-09-00||Plane Groovy|
Spizzenergi was the second alias of the band originally formed in 1977 as [a=Spizzoil] by Kenneth "Spizz" Spiers and Pete Petrol. As Spizzenergi, they were the first band to top the UK Indie Chart created early in 1980. The band underwent several name and line-up changes during their career, performing as [a=Athletico Spizz 80] in 1980 and signing a major deal with [l=A&M Records] later that year.
After [a=Lu Edmonds] had joined the line-up, the band changed their name yet another time to [a=Spizzles, The], only to reform with former band members in 1982 for the short-lived incarnation Spizzenergi2, releasing their two final singles, "Work/Mega City 3" and "Jungle Fever".