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The Cuban Boys have been a driving force behind quirky pop since they conceived their first demo track, Cuban Boy, in 1998. A track which was played by John Peel on Radio 1 just two weeks after it was produced and which later went on to become the theme tune to the cult BBC TV Show, STILL GAME.

In 1999, the band were the rising stars of the indie-scene, swinging over to fornicate with the commercial big boys on their seductive Festive stocking-filler in the shape of the chart-topping hit COGNOSCENTI VS INTELLIGENTSIA (aka The Hamster Song) - a single which sold a million copies.

The passage of time may have moved on and positions may have changed, but the band remain ecstatically entwined with illicit sampling mayhem, knocking-up new tunes to excite and bemuse the masses. Recently they have released the critically acclaimed album THE SATELLITE JUNKYARD which has been passionately supported by the likes of John Kennedy at Xfm.

ALL GIRLS HAVE A VOLVO is the up and coming new single which is due to bethrust in the public eye within the next few weeks - a track straight from the top-shelf to illustrate the Cuban Boys desire that education should be continuous.

Release Date: January 2009

Includes: Original, Extended, Dirty Digital, Demo,
and No Apologies Mixes plus DJ Koroshi Remix.

Also available on the album Art Vs Commerce.

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