|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Only For Sheep||2||Audio||1981||WEA|
|2||Let Him Have It||2||Audio||1981||WEA Records|
|3||Only For Sheep / The First One||2||Audio||1981||Atlantic|
|4||Only For Sheep||2||Audio||1981||WEA|
|5||Only For Sheep||2||Audio||1981||WEA Filipacchi Music|
|6||The Bureau||30||Audio||2005-08-30||Warner Strategic Marketing|
|8||Only For Sheep||2||Audio||1981||WEA Records|
|9||Only For Sheep||2||Audio||1981||WEA Records|
|11||Only For Sheep||2||Audio||1981||WEA Records|
|12||...And Another Thing||13||Audio||The Bureau Productions|
|13||The Bureau||27||Audio||2005||Warner Strategic Marketing|
The Bureau were a New Wave soul group formed in late 1980 in Birmingham, England when the original lineup of [a=Dexys Midnight Runners] split-up.
Ex-Dexy's members Pete Williams (bass), Geoff Blythe (tenor saxophone, previously of [a=Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band], Steve Spooner (alto sax), Stoker (drums), and Mick Talbot (who, before Dexys, had been in [a=Merton Parkas, The] on keyboards, ) were joined by Paul Taylor (trombone), Rob Jones (guitar and trumpet), and Archie Brown (vocals) from a group called The Upset which had supported Dexy's on tour. The Bureau retained their Dexy's roots and played powerful brass driven sounds.