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Some of their more notable hits include "My Girl Lollipop", "Lip Up Fatty", "Can Can", "Special Brew" and "Walking In The Sunshine".
One of the main reasons for their notoriety, was their outlandish huge-tongued and shaven-headed frontman, Buster Bloodvessel.
Formed in 1976 in North London, Bad Manners spent the first half of the 80’s in the UK charts with a dozen hits including timeless classics including ‘Lip Up Fatty’, ‘My Girl Lollipop’ and ‘Special Brew’.
Since then, the man once dubbed the anti-christ of etiquette, Buster Bloodvessel has barely left the stage, playing Ska anthems to audiences everywhere with his boisterous band of misfits egging fans on to ever increasing levels of joyous pleasure.
(Jupitus is a fan of the band, and Buster Bloodvessel had appeared as a panellist on the show earlier that year).
Buster Bloodvessel is the only original member left in Bad Manners, but the harmonica player, Winston Bazoomies, is an 'honorary member' of the band. Bazoomies has a Facebook fanpage set up in his honour and he currently lives in North London.
They commemorated the 1981 closure of the school on the back sleeve of their Gosh It's... After becoming popular in their native London, Bad Manners signed to Magnet Records in 1980, and became regular guests on television shows such as Tiswas.