Both sides were written by Martin Rushent (an English producer known for his work with the Buzzcocks, Stranglers & Human League). Rushent also co-produced the single with John Bromley, a superb songwriter working for Polydor at the time. Bromley's own 1969 Popsike album "Sing" is another lost pop gem and will eventually be reviewed on here. The pair also worked on another Polydor single at the same time for a Glam/Rockabilly band called Tank.
The second Chaos single arrived in 1975 and was produced again by Rushent. I've never came across a British copy and am assuming that it was only released in Germany on the Bellaphon label. Both sides of the single credit Malestroem as songwriter but song wise, not much has changed. "Guitar Man" is 100mph glam boogie with a frantic tambourine bashing away through the chorus of "Give me more, more, more Mr Guitar Man". The B-side "Dance, Dance, Dance" is a power pop gem that sounds more like early Bangles than Slade, with its sped up vocals.
The picture sleeve of the single shows a man (the lead singer presumably) wearing a fine, oversized Noddy style top hat. No mirrors though!