|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Shelters For The Rich||3||Audio||1982-08-00||Radical Change Records|
|2||Young Offender||3||Audio||1981||Radical Change Records|
|3||Bomb Heaven||3||Audio||1983||Radical Change Records|
|4||Unrehearsed Wrongs||13||Audio||1983-06-00||Radical Change Records|
|5||Alive In The Electric Chair||6||Audio||1985||Radical Change Records|
|6||Playing With Fire||13||Audio||1984||Radical Change Records|
|7||Gas The Punx (A Collection 1980-1988)||28||Audio||1995||Resistance Productions|
|8||Anarchy Peace And Chips||12||Audio||1988||Not On Label (Disrupters)|
|9||Alive In The Electric Chair||6||Audio||1985||Radical Change Records|
|10||Anarchy Peace And Chips||12||Audio||1989||Not On Label (Disrupters)|
|11||Unrehearsed Wrongs / Armageddon In Action||15||Audio||1983|
Anarchist punk band from Norwich, UK. Formed in late 1980, the band got off to an early start with a demo of Napalm being released by Crass Records on the Bullshit Detector compilation.
1981 saw the recording and release of the first single, Young Offender, on the band's own label, Radical Change Records. This was a surprise hit in the indie charts and far outsold all expectations. The track Young Offender also appeared on Punk & Disorderly compilation.
By 1983 the band had a settled lineup of Steve, Kev, Paul & Steve.
The band were believers of direct action, which led to various arrests and court cases. They were also very active in their support of other bands, with releases by [a=Destructors], Icon AD, [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Revulsion+(2)]Revulsion[/url] & Self Abuse on the band's label, as well as organising gigs.
The band split in 1988, disallusioned with the growing divides within the scene. Kevin went on to form Saigon Kiss. Steve Hansell was vocalist in New York Scum Haters.
In recent years there has been a DVD "Anarchy, Peace & Chips" released and also the anthology CD "Gas the Punx". There are murmers from The Disrupters camp that there may be a reform of the band.