The Wonder Stuff
The Wonder Stuff formed in 1986 with the original line-up of Miles Hunt, Malcom Treece, Rob Jones and Martin Gilks. Their initial EP "A Wonderful Day" brought them to the attention of Polygram, and after the band's single release "Unbearable" they were signed to Polygram Records. 1989 saw the release of "Hup" and "Never Loved Elvis" in 1991 which proved their biggest success featuring singles including "The Size of a Cow" and "Welcome to the Cheap Seats". In 1991 they reached the top of the UK charts alongside Vic Reeves with a cover of Dizzy. The band split in 1994 but re-formed in 2000 for a one-off concert and haven't looked back since as they continued to tour and headline festivals including Glastonbury in 2009.