Girls at Our Best T-Shirt
COLOR: YELLOW / WHITE
PICTURE SIZE: A3 (FRONT) / A4 (BACK)
T-SHIRT MODEL: Stanley / Stella Rocker (Man/Woman)
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Green Slime presents Girls at Our Best T-Shirt. Our Pleasure tshirt is available in two colours: yellow and white, men or women and, as always, in limited edition of 25 Units worldwide.
Girls at Our Best! were a post-punk band, founded in Leeds in 1979. They had several UK Independent Singles Chart hits during their three-year existence.
We have used the material of his first and sole album, Pleasure (1981) and redesigned all his elements. We have left the cover picture of the chinese girl with the lantern on the front and all the typography and and other secondary elements on the back side.
Limited edition 25 handnumbered copies only!
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The group took their name from a line in their track "Warm Girls", released as the B-side to their self-financed 1980 debut single "Getting Nowhere Fast". The single, released in April 1980 on their own Record Records, reached No. 9 on the UK Indie Chart.
Oldroyd departed to join Music for Pleasure, and was replaced by Paul Simon. Second single "Politics", backed by "It's Fashion!", was released in November 1980, also on Record Records, reaching No. 12. Simon was replaced by Darren Carl Harper (formerly of the Expelaires) before Girls at Our Best! recorded their session for John Peel on 17 February 1981.
The group's next single, "Go for Gold", issued in June 1981 by Happy Birthday Records, became their biggest Indie Chart hit, reaching No. 4.
On 20 October 1981, the group released their sole album, Pleasure. Rod Johnson shared drumming duties with Harper, who had left the band during the recording process in summer 1981. The album, the first to be released on the Happy Birthday label, came complete with a "Pleasure Bag" of stickers and postcards.
Pleasure reached No. 2 on the UK Indie Chart and No. 60 on the UK Albms Chart, followed by the band's fourth single, "Fast Boyfriends", released by Happy Birthday in October 1981.
Girls at Our Best! split in 1982.