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    While trying to get his band going, in 1978 Johnson had recorded a demo solo album ( See Without Being Seen ) which he continued to sell at various underground gigs on cassettes. In 1979, working with Colin Lloyd-Tucker (a friend and colleague at De Wolfe Music , the Soho music publisher/recording studio) Johnson recorded his first album proper, Spirits . This album remains unreleased, although the album track "What Stanley Saw" was later licensed to Cherry Red Records for their Perspectives & Distortion compilation album , which also featured Virgin Prunes , Lemon Kittens , Thomas Leer , Kevin Coyne and Mark Perry .

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