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Never forget the We Ghostin’ Horror get in loser shirt . Dave Vanian and the boys started smashing it up in 1976 and have been banging the punk drum ever since. They show no signs of stopping. The line-up may change, but they keep going. We like that, here at kingteeshops. We’ve moved with the times ourselves. The US Subs were another group that were part of the first wave of British punk. They came out of the Roxy scene in 1977. Although the Subs might not have had any huge hits, you probably know their cover of She’s Not There. Members of the group have come and gone, but they’re still touring! Bauhaus were one of the pioneers of gothic rock. Bela Lugosi’s Dead came out on Small Wonder Records in ‘79 and they never looked back. Bauhaus were blessed with a front man who turned heads (do you remember Pete Murphy in the Maxell cassette tape advert?) and we captured it on cotton.