|1||Nasty Little Green Men|
|4||Never Again (Live)|
|5||Every Home Should Have One|
|6||Inside Outside (extended version)|
|9||No Sympathy, No Violins|
|10||Or A Movie|
|13||The Protector Of Night|
|14||The Robots Dance|
|18||Inside Outside (Live)|
Classix Nouveaux were an English 1980s new wave band. Though experiencing only minor success in their native UK, most notably with their 1982 Top 20 hit "Is It a Dream", the band had number one hits in Poland, Portugal, Yugoslavia, Israel, Iceland, and other countries.
The break-up of X-Ray Spex triggered an advertisement placed in Melody Maker, searching for a new lead singer. Sal Solo (formerly with The News) answered the advertisement. Jak Airport and B.P. Hurding left X-Ray Spex to form Classix Nouveaux with Mik Sweeney and Sal Solo. Their first gig was on 25 August 1979 at London's Music Machine nightclub (which would later become the Camden Palace & now called Koko). With publicity growing for the band, their dramatic and heavily made-up image led to the music press associating them with the burgeoning New Romantic movement. Jak Airport was replaced by Gary Steadman during the same year.