From hyped2death.com: "The Buzz initially formed in 1977, and cut a fine melodic punk 45 ('Insanity') at Redball Records in Shropshire. Ian Davies joined on drums and Chris Bellingham took over on vocals (with Nic Evans still as the principal song-writer) and a year later they recorded a lost four-song demo. Summer 1981 found them at Dave Anderson's Foel Studios in North Wales to record their album "Asylum" -with a more distinctly post-punk flavour. The band continued to gig, but support for the LP was limited, and after Ian left the Buzz folded (the Cravats gig was among their last). The others re-emerged in 1982 as the synth based Luxi Trio (three Evans songs of theirs are lost as well). The Satyrs, the Loosehound Drifters and Gilbert Grape followed before Ian Davies rejoined Nic and brother Richard Evans in a wonderful janglepop band called the Gilberts, who have recently morphed into the New Planet Animals: visit myspace.com/newplanetanimals"