Sheep On Drugs
Sheep On Drugs
'Motorbike/Mary Jane was released in 1992. The remixes and sloganeering of the 'TV USA' and 'TRACK X' EPs followed that year, leading to a deal with Island. 'TRACK X' was later covered by Grace Jones, retitled 'SEX DRIVE'. SOD went on to release the hit single, '15 Minutes Of Fame', in the spring of 1993, closely followed by 'GREATEST HITS'. With major-label backing, the venues and stageshows became bigger and more sophisticated, with slides and neon slogans projecting Sheep On Drugs' message : Drugs are for Sheep, Buy the Product.
The proliferation of product available included two new EPs, 'FROM A TO H AND BACK AGAIN' (1993) reaching no. 40 in the UK chart and 'LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL' (1994), also the tasteful Rubber Johnnies range of SOD condoms. One more flirtation with Island brought us 'ON DRUGS' (1994). Following the return to independence with their own Drug Squad label, the duo released the jungle influenced 'SUCK' EP and 'STRAPPED FOR CASH' EP in 1995, before signing to Invisible in 1996. The first product of this alliance was the 'DOUBLE TROUBLE' (1996) CD, repackaging the Drug Squad singles for American release; followed in 1997 by the excellently titled 'ONE FOR THE MONEY' and (live) 'TWO FOR THE SHOW'.
Updating Sheep On Drugs' populist trash aesthetics with booming drum'n'bass, the album capitalizes on their increasing popularity in America and Japan, mercilessly encouraging attempts to ban their live film shows and proudly upholding their boast of being 'the most decadent band of all time!'. As Duncan X then moved onto his new person as tattooist, Lee remixed tracks for the likes of AC/DC and Bob Marley. Bagman became Lee Fraser's solo project, with an album,'Wrap' (1998). After experimenting with various lineups, Lee is now "The cunt at the front" (his own words). The new album, entitled "F * * K", is now finished with a Spring 2005 release. Read more on Last.fm.
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