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Rootjoose

Rootjoose

Rootjoose


Rootjoose were a funk rock band from Cornwall. They had a unique style of music, their live performances gaining them significant popularity in the South West of England during the late 1990's. Signed to Rage Records, the band released Rhubarb, their debut album, in 1997. Local legend has it that the album even outsold the Spice Girls, the girl-band who were at the time at the height of their popularity, in Cornwall. Their most notable track - Mr Fixit - reach the top 40 of the UK music charts during the late 90s. Read more on Last.fm
Rootjoose were a funk rock band from Cornwall. They had a unique style of music, their live performances gaining them significant popularity in the South West of England during the late 1990's. Signed to Rage Records, the band released Rhubarb, their debut album, in 1997. Local legend has it that the album even outsold the Spice Girls, the girl-band who were at the time at the height of their popularity, in Cornwall. Their most notable track - Mr Fixit - reach the top 40 of the UK music charts during the late 90s. Other singles included Can't Keep Living This Way, which stalled just outside the top 40.

The band were unlucky - just as they were tipped to break through into the mainstream, their record company went bankrupt. They were unable to get a new deal, as the fashion at the time was for introspective indie music rather than their more upbeat style, and the band eventually called it a day in 2001. However, the story does not end there, as Harry Collier, bassist/vocalist for the band, went on to form piano-led pop-rockers Kubb who released their debut album, Mother, in 2005. Read more on Last.fm.

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