|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The Complete Blam Blam Blam||19||Audio||2003-05-05||Festival Mushroom Records|
|2||There Is No Depression In New Zealand||2||Audio||1981-07-00|
|3||Blam Blam Blam||4||Audio||1981-04-00|
|4||Blam Blam Blam||6||Audio||1982-03-00|
|5||Don't Fight It Marsha, It's Bigger Than Both Of Us / Dr. Who / Cachunga Cachunga||3||Audio||1981-11-00|
|6||Call For Help||2||Audio||1982-05-00|
|8||Don't Fight It Marsha, It's Bigger Than Both of Us||4||Audio||1992-11-00||Propeller|
|9||The Complete Blam Blam Bam||19||Audio||1992-11-00|
|10||The Blam Blam Blam Story||10||Audio||1984-04-00||CBS|
|14||Call For Help||2||Audio||1982-05-00||Propeller|
|15||The Blam Blam Blam Story||10||Audio||1984-04-00||CBS|
Hugely influential NZ band from the early eighties. Blam Blam Blam were formed from the remnants of [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Whizz+Kids,+The+(2)]The Whizz Kids[/url].
In their short history they released one album, an EP and a single but they are regarded as one of the most important bands of their era, amongst other things, launching the career of [a=Don McGlashan], now one of New Zealand's most respected composers and musicians.
An offer from Virgin UK was cut short when they suffered a vehicle crash whilst touring in late 1982, almost killing bassist [a=Tim Mahon] and they disbanded after that.