Fat Truckers

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Fat Truckers
OriginSheffield, England
Years active2000–2004
LabelsRoadtrain Recordings
International DeeJay Gigolo Records
Past membersBen Rymer
Mark Hudson
Ross Orton

The Fat Truckers were a British electroclash band from Sheffield, comprising Ben Rymer, Mark Hudson and Ross Orton and briefly augmented by Jason Buckle and Ginger Dave as a part-time members.

They toured in support of Jarvis Cocker, apparently wielding light sabres on stage and described themselves as writing songs about "cheap motorbikes, import-export business and multiplex cinemas - we're a social comment on modern living" and having a fondness of Henderson's Relish.[1]

The band split up in 2004. Orton now works in production with Pulp's Steve Mackey, and has recently worked with M.I.A.. Rymer DJs as part of Gucci Soundsystem and Hudson has his own band Meat For A Dark Day.




  • "Superbike" (2003)
  • "Teenage Daughter" (2003)
  • "Anorexic Robot" (2003)



  1. ^ Petridis, Alexis (3 May 2002). "The way we listen now". The Guardian. London: Guardian Media Group. Retrieved 7 March 2009.

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