The Zeros (English band)

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For the American punk rock band, see The Zeros (American band).
The Zeros
Origin England, United Kingdom
Genres Punk rock
Years active 19771979, 1988, 2000s-20??
Labels Small Wonder Records
ROK Records
Website The Zeros (UK) myspace page
Past members Steve Godfrey
Phil Gaylor
Steve Cotton
Paul Miller

The Zeros were one of the early English punk groups, as chronicled in Henrik Poulsen's book 77: The Year of Punk and New Wave.[1][2]


Originally a trio, they were led by Steve Godfrey (guitar/vocals, b.1959, Walthamstow, London), the cousin of Jerry Shirley of Humble Pie. The two other members were Phil Gaylor (drums/vocals) and Steve Cotton (bass/vocals).[3] They released a single called "Hungry" in November 1977 on the Small Wonder Records label.[4][5][6] "Hungry" was No 1 in the NME punk chart. That same month, they recorded four songs, including "Hungry," for BBC Radio 1 with John Peel.[7] Paul Miller (guitar/vocals) joined in early 1978. The same year Hugh Stanley Clark became their manager and re signed the band to "The Label". They released a second single a year later, "What's Wrong with Pop Group".[8][9]

Somewhere in the 2000s, Steve Godfrey created a Myspace page, and posted The Zeros entire discography as well as a series of previously unheard recording sessions and demos.[10]


7" singles[edit]

  • 1977 - "Hungry" b/w "Radio Fun" (Small Wonder Records)
  • 1979 - "What's Wrong with Pop Group" featured on the What's Wrong with Pop Group / Decisions split single. (ROK Records) (b/w "Decisions" by Action Replay)

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