Little is known about the Wigsville Spliffs. They were often used as the opening act at the Klub Foot and appeared on a lot of Psychobilly and Neorockabilly compilations like "Rockin´ It Up", "Stomping At The Klub Foot" and "Zorch Factor" to name a few. They played great, fast Rockabilly with a hard slapping bass.
Ian Aitkin (g/v) ,who later formed the "Bus Stop Boys", Danny Mowl (d) and Mike Lister (b) are the three piece band that were real popular during the mid 80´s.They never made an album of their own, but songs like "Al Capone" or "Highclass Power" made them a fan favourite. Boz Boorer (Polecats/Deltas) worked in the backround for this British trio.
More than a decade after their split, Raucous Records released a 16 track CD, that included the compilation songs and some unissued material.
Albums: Wigsville Spliffs(2002)