https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEKyM8k4uBU Stump play Tupperware Stripper live on The Tube in 1987. The band replaced the word "tupperware" for "censorship" in this version. Watch out for the old snake on the belly trick from Mick Lynch.
Stump were an Irish-English indie/experimental/rock group featuring former Microdisney members Mick Lynch (vocals) and Rob McKahey (drums), with Kev Hopper (bass) and Chris Salmon (guitar). They formed in London in 1983. The original vocalist was Nick Hobbs, who left early on to form The Shrubs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yWa3ouFWwJs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNZXoEvikd0 Stump's seldom seen Chaos video! STUMP ANTHOLOGY OUT ARPIL 7 2008!! Everyone go to amazon.co.uk and order a copy! I need to get my hands on one all all the way here in Canada. Sorry the video is distorted at the end, the master tape it came from was damaged. I put Censorship Stripper… Continue lendo Chaos – STUMP
Listening to an interview with Trey Spruance, who recommended a band named STUMP. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-PmQ3dFQvs From the 1988 album A Fierce Pancake - https://www.discogs.com/Stump-A-Fierc... First time I heard about Stump was in 1990. Mike Patton mentioned A Fierce Pancake as one of his favourite albums of the past year in a 'best of' list in an… Continue lendo Buffalo – STUMP