(c’83-’84) – Charles Kelland (guitar), Rupert “Rusty” Mitchell (vocals / keyboards) and Matt Glenlock (bass).

Formerly known as The Recs, Cacophany Again recorded a demo tape at Catch 44 Studios, Godalming in late ’83 that featured “Squares of the City”. On 5 October ’83 the band were booked to play the ‘Animal House’ club at The Royal, Guildford. The band broke up in ’84 after their 4th Feb gig at The Royal, with Photogenix in support; a gig described by Soundscene writer Tim Masters as ‘one of the weirdest gigs ever’. Bugged by feedback and a ‘ill-paced set’ Cacophany Again were replaced by their support by ‘Rock Club’ organizers Tony and Judith Sawyer.

Mitchell and Glenlock formed Stan and Reg shortly after the demise of Cacophany Again.