In early '77 Laurie Stone left Railroad Gin to record his solo album "Life's A Carnival" which appears to have never been released. He produced singles for Brisbane bands such as Wickety Wak, Moonlight and Chicks Inc before teaming up with ex-Sect/Burke & Wills guitarist Peter Moscos. The two released two great albums "Moscos & Stone" 1979 and our favourite "Memorial Drive" 1980. The two also released six singles. Here for you to download from our friend Peter are those six singles and their B sides. 3 of the B sides were non album tracks as well as one A side. As a bonus we have included a song that also was never on any of their albums "C'mon Radio" which came from the album "That's Queensland" compilation album, 1979. Stone went on to composing and producing music for film and TV. One of his most memorable was the theme for the TV drama "Flying Doctors". In the early 90's his soundtrack work took him to L.A. Sadly in 2003 Peter died of cancer.