The Flying Lizards

Formed 1976. Disbanded 1995
The Flying Lizards
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1976
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The Flying Lizards

The Flying Lizards Biography (Wikipedia)

The Flying Lizards were an experimental English new wave band, formed in 1976. They are best known for their eccentric cover version of Barrett Strong's "Money" featuring Deborah Evans-Stickland on lead vocals, which reached the UK and US record charts in 1979. They followed with their self-titled album that year, reaching number 60 in the UK albums chart.

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