Genialer Punk/Oi!/Ska von 1981 vom positiv bekloppten Splodge mit meist ebensolchen Texten.
Punk parodists Splondgenessabounds achieved more than most in the early 1980s, with three chart hits, including a top-ten smash and another in the top thirty. Formed above a mini-cab office in Peckham, southeast London, they scored a contract with major label Deram through a Battle of the Bands contest, debut single B-side ‘Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps’ hitting number 7 on the singles chart in June 1980. An equally unlikely cover of Boer War saga ‘Two Little Boys’ hit the top thirty and initial single A-side ‘Simon Templar,’ based on the theme from The Saint, was also popular. This incredible debut album has each of these tracks and so much more, with plenty of fart songs and a closing dub of ‘Two Pints.’ This is the sound of the band at their magnificent best, a pick of the bunch for all Splondgs fans.
The Malcolm Opera
'Course You Can Malcolm
Blocked Up Noses Aren't Much Fun
Whimsy Zoom Zoom
It's That Sound
I Fell In Love With A Female Plumber From Harlesden NW10
Anarchy Chaos Stanley Ogden
Blown Away Like A Fart In A Thunderstorm
Poison Babies Vs. Batman
Two Little Boys
I've Got Lots Of Famous People Living Under The Floorboards Of My Humble Abode
Desert Island Joe
What's That Funny Noise?
Two Pints (Dub)