After a morning of driving around in Gary Mussen's van, lugging around and delivering extremely heavy machinery, Bobby Munro and Davey Fitzsimon enjoyed a well deserved early afternoon pint or two in The Tulse Hill Tavern, South East London.
One thing lead to another and Bobby ended up at 'The Dentist', a legendary Brixton rock'n'roll 'hits' factory, also famed for it's notorious wild parties and guerrilla gigs.
An apprehensive Bobby acquired what became his customary 8 cans of Stella from the downstairs off licence and being lead by Davey, made his way through the dentist surgery and up the stairs where there was the awaiting Paul Harvey in his muted teal coloured, stain covered, space ship, producer chair.
After handing over a can of ice cool brew, Bobby was played a track Paul and Davey were working on titled 'Cocaine Radio' but there were no verses???? 'I can probably help you with that' slurred a now more comfortable Bobby.
Looking out of the window, Bobby noticed opposite 'The Dentist' was a sign 'Careers and educational advice for adults' He belted out this line and the rest just followed. Robbie Butcher added the classic line later in the song 'put two sugars in my coffee'
Bobby Munro. The band was born.
released February 19, 2015
Written by Paul Harvey, Davey Fitzsimon, Robbie Butcher, Bobby Munro
Produced by Paul Harvey