Boom Boom Room

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Boom Boom Room
Origin United Kingdom
Genres Pop
Labels Fun After All, Epic
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]



  • Stretch (1987, Epic)


  • Here Comes The Man (1986, Fun After All)
  • Here Comes The Man (1986, Epic)
  • Take Your Time (1986, Epic)
  • Julie (1987, Epic)
  • Love Your Face (1987, Epic)


  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, archived from the original on 2008-09-19, retrieved 2009-09-17 

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