A very exciting live group, due largely to the energy of lead vocalist Pauline Murray. Other members of the band were Robert Blamire on bass, Gary Smallman on drums, Neale Floyd and Fred Purser on guitar.
The band was based in the North-East of England. They broke up in November 1979, but some of the original members have recently reformed the band, and they are touring again. www.loversofoutrage.co.uk celebrates the earlier period, while www.loversofoutrage.com looks at where the band are now.
|Some black & white photos Taken mostly in 1978.|
|Some photos taken at Eric's in Liverpool on 17th June 1978 (I think).|
|These photos were all taken at one gig, although the date and location are unknown.|
|Some miscellaneous pictures from different gigs - don't know exactly where, but a couple look like the Hope and Anchor.|
|A mix of different photos from a couple of gigs - St Andrew's Hall, Norwich, on 23/10/79 and The Nashville, West Kensington, on 5/11/79 - this was the last ever gig. The tweedy jacket ones are from the Nashville, most of the others are from St Andrew's Hall, some from the soundcheck.|
|When Penetration split up, Pauline and Robert joined up with the Invisible Girls (who'd been backing John Cooper Clarke) to form Pauline Murray and the Invisible Girls.|