Considering the second unreleased album, Real is apparently a legal nightmare and unlikely to ever see the light of day in full, I'm not surprised we never get any of those early 80s unreleased tracks. The ones which were included in the From Croydon To Cuba box set were the only ones they could include apparently, as the paperwork for the rest is lost and no one knows who wrote/performed what or who even owns the material in some cases. Her ex-husband Steve Lillywhite said quite a long time ago that he's remastered it all as best he can and it's there, ready to go, should anyone ever be able to settle the legal issues. It's all terribly sad. This is everything I know about the era... Never on CD but released on Vinyl Boys - BUY57 - 1979 B-side I Don't Need You - POSP225 - 1981 B-side There's A Guy Works Down The Truck Stop Swears He's Elvis [US 7" Version] - PD2201 - 1981 A-side Annie - SPELP95 - 1985 LP track Berlin (original Polydor recording) - SPELP95B - 1985 LP track Man With No Name - SPELP95B - 1985 LP track Sleepless Nights - SPELP95B - 1985 LP track Unreleased 'Real' album [1981-83] 01 Berlin^ 02 Annie 03 Bad Dreams 04 Man With No Name 05 Germany 06 Time 07 Goodnight Paris 08 Sticked And Stoned* 09 Camel Crossing* 10 Lullaby For Ezra 11 Up The Grey Stairs 12 Roman Gardens* ^I think this is the re-recording done for the North of Watford label, issued as a 7" with Rhythm Of The Real Thing* on the B-side in late 1983 *Included on 'From Croydon To Cuba' box set I believe You Broke My Heart In 17 Places would've been on the second Stiff album, had she not left for Polydor in 1981, along with You Caught Me Out*, which was a cancelled single and another one inherited by Tracey Ullman. It's worth noting that a different (remixed?) version of You Caught Me Out is on 'The Big Stiff Box Set'.