|Genres||Rock and roll, rockabilly, art rock|
|Associated acts||The Clash, Whirlwind|
|Past members||Nigel Dixon
The band consisted of Simonon on bass, American musician Gary Myrick on guitar, Nigel Dixon from the British band Whirlwind on lead vocals, and Travis Williams, a drummer who they found by a newspaper announcement. In essence, it was a rockabilly band with a heavy Latino and reggae influence. The band recorded a self-titled album in Japan in 1991.
The album, which has twelve original tracks, received solid reviews and had in "Reach the Rock" a minor radio hit. Following Dixon's death on 3 April 1993 and departure of Simonon who moved on to a career of art, Myrick put out one more album with different line-up but it was also unsuccessful and the band broke up shortly after.
The band took their name from the title of a 1950s album by Perez Prado.
- Nigel Dixon – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
- Gary Myrick – lead guitar, backing vocals
- Paul Simonon – bass guitar, backing vocals
- Travis Williams – drums