Helen Love WWW links
So this site isn't good enough for you, eh? Or have you exhausted the whole thing? All of it? You sure?
In that case, I hope you're not leaving without sending me a message to say how much you enjoyed it or what else you'd like to see here. Or maybe you'd like to help out - I'm not omniscient, ya know, so all information will be gratefully received and contributors credited.
However, if you want to know more about Helen Love, there's not a great deal else on the Internet about them, which is why I've tried to make this as comprehensive as possible. Even though the band have been around for a few years, these are all the sites I've found so far:
Update, September '01: Some of these links may no longer work. It's three years or more since I last worked on this site (in case you missed the front page disclaimer). However, the Official Site link at the top has only just gone in and is definitely correct, as is that for Damaged Goods.
- Jamie runs the official Helen Love site and has a discography, lyrics, a chat-board and many other features for your enjoyment.
- Then there's the Helen Love site at Damaged Goods records where you can order all those singles and albums you've been reading about on the rest of my site. They also sell some fine J Church product as well.
- Edward Jung's Helen Love pages are pretty good (if they're still up). He also runs the unofficial BMX Bandits homepage as well as other delights.
- Twee Kitten are dedicated to all things fey and jangly in pop. There's only a few pages on the band, all of it pretty old, but the site is worth a visit anyway for their vast coverage of bands like Heavenly, Tiger Trap, Jimmy Eat World, Cub and anything related to the late Sarah records.
- Addicted To Noise E-zine mentioned Helen Love a couple of times - on 24 May and
21 July 1995, as reported by their Rock'n'Roll correspondent, the late, great Joey Ramone. He talks about
bringing the band over to play a show in New York (their first-ever gig!).
- ATN let Joey say some more here in a column entitled 'Joey Ramone's
unsigned'. He meant unsigned in the US of course. There's also a few downloads, including (of course) Joey Ramoney.
And that's about it, unless you know different. Got a URL? Click on the box below and send it to me!