Trucks (band)

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OriginNorway / United Kingdom
GenresPop punk, punk rock, alternative rock
Years active2002–2004
LabelsWaterfall Records
MembersOlav Iversen
Mark Remmington
Tor Bjarne Bjelland
Steve Ryan

Trucks were a short-lived British/Norwegian pop punk band, whose most popular release was the 2002 novelty single, "It's Just Porn Mum". The single was a Top 5 hit in Norway, and peaked at No. 35 in the UK Singles Chart.[1]




  • Juice - released 26 May 2003
  1. "Kickin'" (Shridhar Solanki, HP Aaserud, Geir Luedy, Trucks)
  2. "The Village Bike" (Shridhar Solanki, HP Aaserud, Geir Luedy, Trucks)
  3. "Monkey See, Monkey Do" (Shridhar Solanki, Sidh Solanki, Trucks)
  4. "Easy" (HP Aaserud, Geir Luedy, Trucks)
  5. "Lovin' The Laughter" (Shridhar Solanki, HP Aaserud, Geir Luedy, Trucks)
  6. "Fuzz About It" (HP Aaserud, Geir Luedy, Trucks)
  7. "Sad Song" (Shridhar Solanki, HP Aaserud)
  8. "Psychos" (Shridhar Solanki, HP Aaserud, Trucks)
  9. "It's Just Porn Mum" "(Shridhar Solanki, HP Aaserud)
  10. "The Chasers" (Shridhar Solanki, HP Aaserud, Geir Luedy, Trucks)
  11. "I'm Okay" (Shridhar Solanki, HP Aaserud,Trucks)
  12. "Coming Over" (HP Aaserud, Geir Luedy, Trucks)

Many promo versions of the album were released, including songs not to be featured on the main album itself, such as a cover version of The Tom Robinson Band's hit, "2-4-6-8 Motorway".


  • "It's Just Porn Mum" - released 23 September 2002 - the music video starred Ron Jeremy[2]
  • "Monkey See, Monkey Do" - April 2004, but played on Kerrang! TV


  1. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 568. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-04-13. Retrieved 2014-04-12.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)