The Alley Cats were a Lomita, California-based punk rock trio featuring husband-and-wife team Randy Stodola (guitar and vocals) and Dianne Chai (bass and vocals), along with drummer John McCarthy. Originally signed to Dangerhouse Records along with other California-based punk bands including X, The Weirdos, The Avengers, The Dils, and The Bags, they released their first single "Nothing Means Nothing Anymore" backed with "Give Me a Little Pain" on March 30, 1978. The band appears in the 1982 film Urgh! A Music War.
The Alley Cats were regular performers at such Los Angeles venues as The Masque, Whisky a Go Go, Hong Kong Café, and Club 88.
Reformed as "The Zarkons", they released two albums, Riders In The Long Black Parade (1985) and Between the Idea & the Reality…Falls the Shadow (1988), before disbanding in 1988.
trACks:- Nothing Means Nothing Anymore - Gimme A Little Pain.