This single came with the second issue of Seven 'zine, right around when Starvation Army were beginning to de-evolve from a pretty good Clevo/Radio Birdman-styled p-rock outfit into hard rock/metal. Even still, "Nasty Bit of Work" moves a ton of ass, helped along by an awesome glam riff and some quality work from Fraser Sims-- a completely underrated vocalist who always managed to not sound like anyone else. The sleeve to the record was actually a 7-1/2" x 8" pocket folder with an 8-page Starvation Army interview stitched into the middle of it, while the zine itself was a combination of several booklets-- including a short story written by Sims-- and postcards, with the whole thing being thrown into a polybag. I'm including a full scan of the interview (even though I know nobody reads those things), so dig it.
"Nasty Bit of Work"