House was where the Macc Lads lived from 1985-93.
It was their record company, management company, publishing company,
-but primarily it was where they took slappers that were too ugly
for public view.
It was owned by Mr Slimy Git, and situated on Sunderland Street, Macclesfield.
On the ground
floor was a very dirty second hand record shop.
It boasted filth, dirt, rats, smells and band members and roadcrew
behind the counter.
Apart from Macc Lads' merchandise, the intrepid explorer could also
discover gems such as:-
A scratched copy of "Caught" by the Dooleys for 2/-
"I am Woman" by Sue Pollard (15p)
Our Kid's "You Just Might See Me Cry" in a picture bag (10p)
THE OFFY- Mail Order Dept
Git could be found in the upstairs offices
by lawsuits, cigars, paperwork and money.
From here all Macc Lads releases were organised.
HECTIC HOUSE DISCOGRAPHY I
HECTIC HOUSE DISCOGRAPHY II
this office, Slimy and Al O'Peesha would orchestrate tours,
publicity, fat roadies, groupies and release dates.
They would organise adverts, venues
and decide which songs the Lads would record.
and crew discuss all the songs, track by track).
smoking was banned at the Majestic Cinema,
Slimy placed this ad in their programme
The Publishing Company
The world of
"contracts" "royalties" and "copyright" was, according to Mr Git:-
"Very complicated, and there was absolutely no need for anyone
else to be troubled by financial mundanities."
So we don't know what went on in this office, as the door was always
However, Hectic House Publishing owns all the songs:-
list of all the rude words, including unreleased material).