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This article is about the Canadian rock group. For the administrative body, see Government.
|Origin||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Genres||New wave, art punk|
|Years active||1979 – 1981|
|Associated acts||Parachute Club|
|Past members||Andrew J. Paterson
The band broke up in 1981.
- 1979 "Hemingway (Hated Disco Music)" / "I Only Drive My Car At Night" - (independent)
- 1979 The 331⁄3 EP - "Flat Tire" / "Zippers Of Fire" / "Get You Sleepin'" / "Sponge (Modern World)" - (SMW-1)
- 1979 Electric Eye (original soundtrack) (Voicespondence/Trend)
- 1980 Guest List (Jackal/Modern World/Trend) WOW-713
- 1981 How Many Fingers//Plaza Del Pimps/Portrait/Paranoid Downtown Funk Pt.2 (Government) GOV-581
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