Boom Boom Room

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Boom Boom Room
Origin United Kingdom
Genres Pop
Labels Fun After All
Associated acts One The Juggler
Past members Andy Nakanza, , Chris "Inz" Storer, Skid, Lushi

Boom Boom Room was a British male vocal/instrumental pop group, comprising Andy Nakanza (vocals), Skid (drums), Inz (bass), and Lushi (rhythm guitar & bass). Lushi was also in a band called One the Juggler. They had one single in the UK Singles Chart, "Here Comes The Man", which entered the chart on 8 March 1986, and reached #74; it was in the chart for one week.[1]

The song was later covered by The Parlotones, appearing on their EP Borderline Patrol in 2004, and their debut studio album, Radiocontrolledrobot, in 2005.[2][3]

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  1. ^ Rice, Tim; Rice, Jonathan; Gambaccini, Paul (1990), Guinness Book of British Hit Singles & Albums, Enfield, Middlesex: Guinness World Records and Guinness Publishing, ISBN 0-85112-398-8 
  2. ^ "Port Alfred hosts three-day music festival", Dispatch (Zaire), 26 August 2005, retrieved 2009-09-17 
  3. ^ Charles de Olim (28 July 2005), "No prizes for originality", Tonight (Zaire), retrieved 2009-09-17 

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