Ruff Stuff CD
The Sharks were one of the first bands to appear on the British Neo-Rockabilly (later to become known as Psychobilly) scene, and split at their peak a year after recording their genre classic Phantom Rockers album.
Steve Whitehouse went on to form cult Power-Rockabilly band Frenzy, and Alan Wilson became a successful record producer.
Ten years after the split, Wilson found himself in the studio with Morrissey and Frantic Flintstones bass-player Gary Day who offered his services in reforming the band, and the new Sharks line-up, with original drummer Paul Hodges set about recording again.
The result was outstanding and make up Ruff Stuff - these are the tracks which were used as demos to secure their deal with Anagram Records.
Since reforming, The Sharks have been in demand to perform at major Psychobilly festivals worldwide and are widely regarded as one of the scene's most influential bands.