|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download release in mp3||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Techno-Kill||4||mp3||1989||Music For Money Records|
|2||My Girlfriend's Dead||10||mp3||1981||Smash Records (3)|
|3||Rape Of Orchids||4||mp3||1982||Neo Records (2)|
|4||My Girlfriend's Dead||15||mp3||2006||Repressed|
|5||My Girlfriend's Dead||10||mp3||1980||Cachalot Records|
|7||Hollywood Babylon||2||mp3||1980||Aura Records (2)|
|8||Hollywood Babylon||2||mp3||1980||Aura Records (2)|
|9||Neo||12||mp3||1979||Aura Records (2)|
|10||Torch Songs & Arson||9||mp3||Not On Label (Ian North Self-released)|
|11||Pretty Pretty||3||mp3||1984||Posh Boy|
|12||Rape Of Orchids||4||mp3||1982||Neo Records (2)|
|13||Neo||12||mp3||1979||Aura Records (2)|
Originally the frontman with Milk n' Cookies in New York, Ian moved to London to become a solo artist. That fell through and he decided to start a punk band - Ian North's Radio in April 1977 - which soon became Neo. The group continued until 1979, when Ian North released a solo album called "Neo" and continued as a solo artist.
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