|2||Leave Me Alone|
|3||Love & Kisses|
|4||A Day's Wait|
|7||Don't Talk to Me About Love|
|11||See Those Eyes|
|12||Las Vegas Lullaby|
|13||Small Without Me|
|15||Love And Kisses|
|16||Love to Stay (Extended Version)|
|18||I Could Be Happy - Single Version|
|19||Happy Birthday (album version)|
|20||See Those Eyes (7" Version)|
|22||Don’t Talk to Me About Love|
Altered Images were a 1980s Scottish New Wave / post-punk band.
Ex-school friends with an equal interest in the UK post punk scene, Clare Grogan (vocals), Caesar (guitar), Michael 'Tich' Anderson (drums), Tony McDaid (guitar) and Johnny McElhone (bass guitar), sent a demo tape to Siouxsie and the Banshees, who soon gave the band a support slot on their Kaleidoscope tour of 1980. The band's name refers to a sleeve design on the Buzzcocks' single "Promises", and was inspired by Buzzcocks vocalist Pete Shelley's constant interfering with the initial sleeve designs.