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The Detergents

The Detergents

The Detergents


There are more than one artist with this band name: 1. The Detergents were an American music group consisting of Ronnie (Ron) Dante, Danny Jordan, and Tommy Wynn. The group's speciality was parody songs, as with their first and best-known hit record, "Leader of the Laundromat", written and produced by Paul Vance and Lee Pockriss. It was a spoof of the then current hit song "Leader of the Pack." The lead vocal on "Leader of the Laundromat" was by Danny Jordan who was Paul Vance's nephew. Read more on Last.fm
There are more than one artist with this band name: 1. The Detergents were an American music group consisting of Ronnie (Ron) Dante, Danny Jordan, and Tommy Wynn. The group's speciality was parody songs, as with their first and best-known hit record, "Leader of the Laundromat", written and produced by Paul Vance and Lee Pockriss. It was a spoof of the then current hit song "Leader of the Pack." The lead vocal on "Leader of the Laundromat" was by Danny Jordan who was Paul Vance's nephew.

Jordan had had a 1960 single release on Kapp Records' Leader label: "Just Couldn't Resist Her With Her Pocket Transistor" (writers: Jack Keller/ Larry Kolber), a disc highly reminiscent of the then recent "Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini" by Leader artist Brian Hyland and like that #1 hit produced by Vance. Vance also produced a 1962 collaboration between Jordan and Artie Wayne: "Find a Little Happiness" a Diamond Records release credited to Jordan and Wayne. 2. Punk band from Sheffield, UK. Semtex Death Records Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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