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Squeeze
Rebel (7" Version)
Don't Ask Me
Sheep
Bride of Frankenstein
Amputee Song
Good Old Joe
Squeeze (AK79 Version)
Sheep (Demo Version)
I Don't Mind (Demo Version)
Swimming Pool (Demo Version)
Death Rehearsal (Demo Version)
Unscrewed Up (Demo Version)
Toy Love Song (AK79 Version)
Photographs of Naked Ladies (Demo Version)
Lust (Demo Version)
I'm Not Bored (Demo Version)
1978 (Demo Version)
15 (Demo Version)
Cold Meat (Demo Version)
The Crunch (Demo Version)
Wanna Die With You (Demo Version)
Don't Catch Fire (Demo Version)
Green Walls (Demo Version)
Pull Down The Shades (Demo Version)
Frogs (AK79 Version)
Fast Ostrich (Demo Version)
Radio Hauraki Jingle
Second to Last Song Toy Love Every Wrote
Evolving from Dunedin band, The Enemy, Toy Love had a brief but bright existence between January 1979 and September 1980. Invoking the ghost of punk and the melody and creativity of 60-70s pop, they were peerless at a time when New Zealand music was still struggling to imprint itself on the national consciousness. They became a model for local musicians around the country and inspired the birth of Flying Nun Records, a label which many from the band went on to work with, including Chris Knox and Alec Bathgate with the Tall Dwarfs and Paul Kean with The Bats.

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