The Australian group Big Pig made a memorable first impression in 1988 using the belligerent percussion and incendiary vocals of their only U.S. strike, “Breakaway.” Big Pig was mentioned for their style sense aswell, wearing natural leather aprons that offered them a distinctive look. Shaped in Melbourne, Australia, in 1986, Big Pig was made up of Oleh Witer (vocals, percussion), Sherine Abeyratne (vocals, percussion), Tony Antonaides (vocals, harmonica), Tim Rosewarne (vocals, keyboards), Neil Baker (drums), Adrian Scaglione (drums), and Nick Disbray (vocals, percussion). Witer, Sherine, and Rosewarne had been originally in the music group Bang; nevertheless, Witer needed an edgier, even more experimental audio that also maintained Bang’s cool rhythms. In 1986, Big Pig released a self-titled EP; it had been later written by Australia’s Mushroom label with reward dance mixes of “Starving Town” and “Cash God.” “Starving City” reached quantity 14 within the Australian graphs, and it had been also included on the Youthful Einstein soundtrack. The group began documenting their debut LP Bonk in 1987 with maker Nick Launay. The recording was released in the us by A&M Information in 1988, as well as the eye-popping video for “Breakaway” was performed on MTV. The music also got at number 4 in Australia. “Breakaway” after that reappeared within the Expenses & Ted’s Superb Adventure soundtrack. Regardless of the support — and unavoidable buzz — Big Pig received due to “Breakaway,” that they had currently vanished through the U.S. airwaves by enough time their second recording, You Lucky People, premiered in 1990. Big Pig toured and ceased recording.