The Homosexuals, from London, England, probably led the most subterranean life of any punk band, self-releasing their primitive recordings under a variety of names. If they had any desire for acclaim, acceptance or material reward, they hid it well, and yet their music is delightful—pop, even. The Homosexuals started out as the Rejects, a bizarro art-punk band formed by Bruno Wizard and Ian Kane while attending Goldsmiths’ College at the University of London in 1976. The Rejects made their live debut at the Roxy in January 1977, opening for the Damned and the Vibrators. Bassist Jim Welton and guitarist Anton Hayman joined the Rejects in 1977, but if they replaced earlier members, their names have not yet been vouchsafed to history.