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Men At Wor

Men At Wor

Men At Wor

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Men At Wor

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Men At Wor

Workbench with wooden top 2 available 89ins long x 34ins high x 25ins across.

Men at work are an australian rock band formed in melbourne in 1979 and best known for hits such as who can it be now? And down under. Its founding member was colin hay on lead vocals and guitar. After playing as an acoustic duo with ron strykert during 197879, he formed the group with strykert playing bass guitar, and jerry speiser on drums.

With charlie sheen, emilio estevez, leslie hope, keith david. Two garbage men uncover a conspiracy involving illegal toxic waste dumping and decide to bring the whole operation down.

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They were soon joined by greg ham on flute, saxophone, and keyboards and john rees on bass guitar, with strykert then switching to lead guitar. The group was managed by russell depeller, a friend of hay, whom he met at latrobe university. This line-up achieved national and international success in the early 1980s. In january 1983, they were the first australian artists to have a simultaneous no. 1 single in the united states billboard charts business as usual (released on 9 november 1981) and down under (1981), respectively. With the same works, they achieved the distinction of a simultaneous no. 1 single on the australian, new zealand, and united kingdom charts. Their third album two hearts () reached the top 20 in australia and top 50 in the us.

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The song was released in 1981 on men at works first lp business as usual. The group went to court over the flute riff sounding too much like kookaburra.