Buster Bloodvessel and co persist with the comedy ska.
Fronted by Buster Bloodvessel (born Douglas Trendle), the band was formed in 1976 while the members were at school together, and among their early incarnations were known as Stoop Solo and the Sheet Starchers. None of the members had any formal musical training, not even the ability to play any instruments. They were popular during the late 1970s and early 1980s, a period when lots of similar ska bands filled the charts. Some of their hits include ´´My Girl Lollipop´´, ´´Lip Up Fatty´´, ´´Special Brew´´ and ´´Ne-Ne-Na-Na-Na-Na-Nu-Nu´´. One of the main reasons for their notoriety was because of their outlandish, larger-than-life, huge tongued & shaven-headed front man. Buster´s exploits got them banned from the British TV chart show Top of the Pops (which included dressing as Henry VIII and singing to a blow-up doll for the song ´´Lorraine´´ ( see the video clip below ), pouring a large can of baked beans over his head, and dressing in a can-can dancer´s dress to promote their single ´´Can-Can´´).
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