Distr.  : UK - Norman/
Style   : punk /

RBL     1       JOHNNY THUNDERS         REAL TIMES                      10"     12.2014
                (Note : 10" , 1000 copies on pink vinyl + poster)

RBL     3       JOHNNY THUNDERS FT. PATTI PALLADIN : (GIVE HER A)       7"      04.2018
                GREAT BIG KISS
                (Note : 7" , picture disc)
RMQ     1       JOHNNY THUNDERS         SO ALONE                        2LP     04.2016

SIDE ONE        Original Album Side 1:
        1.      Pipeline 
        2.      You Can’t Put Your Arms Round A Memory
        3.      (Give Her A) Great Big Kiss
        4.      Ask Me No Questions
        5.      Leave Me Alone
SIDE B          Original Album Side 2:
        6.      Daddy Rollin’ Stone
        7.      London Boys
        8.      (She’s So) Untouchable
        9.      Subway Train
        10.     Downtown 

SIDE C  11.     Dead Or Alive – Original 45 A-side (the B Side Was Downtown) 
        12.     Hurtin’ – Original 45 B-side (the A Side Was ‘….Memory’)
        13.     You Can’t Put Your Arms Round A Memory (7” Single Version)
                – 1st Time Released On Any Format Since 1978
SIDE D  14.     So Alone – Unreleased Album Title Track (1st Time On Vinyl),
        15.     The Wizard – Unreleased, Mixed For Use As An Extra Track On
                The 12” Flipside Of ‘….Memory’ But Left Off At The Last Minute
                Marc Bolan Cover. (1st Time On Vinyl)
RMQ     2       JOHNNY THUNDERS         SO ALONESOME                    LP      05.2018

Between January and June 1978 Johnny enrolled the then recording engineer Steve
Lillywhite to co-producer assist him record a wealth of material, some of which
contributed to his first solo album 'So Alone'.  To celebrate the 40th Anniversary
of that album, Remarquable Records is releasing a special limited companion album of
previously unreleased recordings to add further insight to that creative period.
It showcases Johnny alongside an unrepeatable cast of friends and musicians who gave
him more freedom and control in the studio than he ever had in his truncated life.
Consisting of previously unreleased studio recordings 'So Alonesome' is an essential
sibling to 'So Alone'.  Featured musicians include Steve Jones & Paul Cook (Sex
Pistols); Peter Perrett & Mike Kellie (The Only Ones); Paul Gray & Steve Nicol
(Eddie & The Hot Rods); Walter Lure & Billy Rath (Heartbreakers); Phil Lynott
(Thin Lizzy); John 'Irish' Earle (Thin Lizzy); Chris Wood (Traffic); Dave Philp
(The Automatics), Chrissie Hynde (Pretenders) & Patti Palladin (Snatch).