Aaaw, the Teenage Idols. So many happy memories of nights at the Marquee and the Astoria (once on the same bill as the Soho Roses - the evening only tainted by headliners Tigertailz).
'Satellite Head Gone Soft' (supposedly an anagram of the band's name - I've never checked) is another long-deleted album, as is Buttz's previous release with the Babysitters, meaning that the world is missing out on the classic that is 'Gina' (itself a former Babysitters live favourite).
Some digging around took me to this interview with Buttz by occasional Glitzinet scrawler Andy The Guttercat (though I don't think I've seen him on there in a while) in which Buttz rather harshly dismisses the album (and to be fair he's right in a way - it's definitely of its time and could have done without some of the ropey keyboard sounds and squealy guitar playing) and as ever there's the obligatory Sleazegrinder feature.
Very much a case of you needed to be there.