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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (August 2010) The Art Attacks Origin London Genres Punk rock Years active 1977—1979 Associated acts The Derelicts The Art Attacks were a British punk band from April 1977 to March 1978. Their songs released as singles were "I am a Dalek"/"Neutron Bomb" and "Punk Rock Stars"/"Rat City". The group was formed by Edwin Pouncey and Steve Spear, two students from the Royal College of Art, London for a one-off gig at the college. They were asked to do a gig at Wimbledon College of Art and this led to the band's short career. They had two tracks on the Live at the Vortex (NEMS) compilation album, ("Frankensteins Heartbeat" and "Animal Bondage") and one on the Streets (Beggars Banquet Records) compilation album, ("Arabs in Arrads"). They played at most of the London punk club and pub venues including The Marquee, Nashville and Vortex supporting bands like Generation X, 999, The Motors and The Lurkers. They also played out of town at venues in the south and north east of England. Their tracks have turned up on various punk compilations over the years and were collected and released with a bootleg live recording on the Outrage and Horror album (Overground Records). In the initial rehearsals and demo Rick Slaughter was on drums (later in The Motors) and Rob Smith on bass. For a time Robert Gotobed (later Wire) was on drums and played on the track "Rat City". The band eventually became: Edwin Pouncey (aka Savage Pencil) - Vocals M.S (Marion Fudger ex of The Derelicts) - Bass Steve Spear- Guitar JD Haney - Drums (later with The Monochrome Set) The group recorded a single as The Tagmemics (LAX records) in 1980 and played one gig supporting The Monochrome Set in 1979. External links Interview with the Art Attacks This article on a United Kingdom rock music band is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e