Paul Oxley's Unit was popular rock band in Finland in the 1980s. The bands vocalist and songwriter was a man from Manchester, named Malcolm Campbell, or in his stage name, Paul Oxley. Playing the keyboards was Brian Hammond, but he wasn't playing yet in the first single produced by the group. The other members of the band were from Finland, and they were Swedish speaking Finns Ulf Enberg (quitar), Kjell Ekholm (bass) and Janne Romberg (drums).
At first the band was called Paul Oxley's Radio and with this name they released their first single, "Another Heartbreak/The Judge and the Jury" which had a reasonable amount of airtime in Finnish radio stations in 1980, but the real first taste of success came around the summer gigs of 1981 and from the debut-album "Living in the Western World", released in autumn of the same year.