By the time Toy Dolls issued Bare Faced Cheek as the inaugural LP of their own Nit Records label, bassist Flip had been replaced by Dean Robson and drummer Happy Bob by Martin Yule, with Olga still the vocal focal point. “Yul Brynner Was A Skinhead” is the best of the bunch, “Neville Is A Nerd” and “Quick To Quit The Quentin” are typical Toy Dolls punk piss-takes, and there are digs at a hotel and a local launderette too. Everything is delivered in
lightning-fast bursts of energy, poking fun at all and sundry, the Toy Dolls punk way.
A1. Bare Faced Cheek
A2. Yul Brynner Was A Skinhead
A3. How Do You Deal With Neal?
A4. Howza Bouta Kiss Babe??!
A5. Fisticuffs In Frederick Street
A6. A. Diamond
B1. Quick To Quit The Quentin
B2. Nowt Can Compare To Sunderland Fine Fare
B3. Neville Is A Nerd
B4. Park Lane Punch Up
B5. The Ashbrooke Launderette….. …..You’ll Stink, Your Clothes Shrink, Your Whites’ll Be As Black As Ink.
B6. Bare Faced Cheek