In 1980, the Fire Engines were one of Scotland's most thrilling bands, prone to playing 20-minute sets in which spasmodic guitars and hyperactive drums circled each other like wild, hungry beasts. Combined with Davy Henderson's hypercaffeinated, yelping vocals, the quartet sounded something like a U.K. version of James Chance & the Contortions. But the foursome imploded a mere 18 months after forming, leaving behind one LP and a couple of singles (all of which were... More >>>