Holly & The Italians: The Right To Be Italian (1981)
Holly Beth Vincent and her band started out in L.A. but migrated to London (she was seeing Dire Straits' Mark Knopfler at the time). They had a moderate hit in 1979 with "Tell That Girl To Shut Up," one of those absolutely perfect singles of the era (later covered by Transvision Vamp); but the LP apparently took a long time to complete, by which time (despite gigs opening for the Ramones and the Clash) the band had run its course.
The album, highlighted by the inclusion of "Shut Up," is chock full of songs built more for party mixtapes and jukeboxes than for enduring relevance -- which isn't a bad thing. Opener "I Wanna Go Home" has one of those fist-pumping shout-along choruses, pure Ramones/Jett energy; "Youth Coup" mines the same territory; "Miles Away" is slower and more textured, a ballad that feels ready-made for the soundtrack of an early 80s teen movie.
The album doesn't stream (the single aside) and may be out of print, but it's a worthy souvenir from that initial new wave/power pop skinny tie era. You can listen to the entire album over on YouTube.
Here's an audio rip for "Tell That Girl To Shut Up":