The Sharks were one of the first bands to appear on the British Neo-Rockabilly (later to become known as Psychobilly) scene, and split at their peak a year after recording their classic 'Phantom Rockers' album. Steve Whitehouse went on to form cult Power-Rockabilly band Frenzy, and Alan Wilson became a successful record producer. Ten years after the split, Wilson found himself in the studio with Morrissey and Frantic Flintstones bass-player Gary Day who offered his services in reforming the band, and the new Sharks line-up, with original drummer Paul Hodges set about recording again. The result was outstanding and make up 'Ruff Stuff' - these are the tracks which were used as demos to secure their deal with Anagram Records.
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