Following Saturday morning success of H.R. Pufnstuf, Sid and Marty Krofft Productions made a decision to deal with the pop marketplace by creating The Bugaloos. The music group of four United kingdom singing bugs resided in Tranquility Forest using their friend Sparky the Firefly. Every week, the wicked Benita Bizarre, performed by Martha Raye, and her bungling assistants, Flunky Rat, Woofer, and Tweeter, would produce some new system to grab the talents from the Bugaloos. Having less plot may be the probable reason behind why the display lasted just two periods after debuting in Sept of 1970 and finished in Sept 1972. The cast contains four obscure stars, Caroline Ellis as Pleasure, the performing butterfly; Wayne Laryea as Tranquility, the keyboard-playing bumblebee; John McIndoe portrayed IQ, the grasshopper guitarist; and John Philpott was Courage, a man ladybug who performed drums. Like very similar television pop sets of enough time (Banana Splits, Monkees, Archies, Lancelot Hyperlink & the Advancement Trend), each show contained a fresh song. Their music were compiled by the same group that would continue to create the styles to Happy Times and Laverne & Shirley in the middle-’70s. In 1970, Capitol Information managed to press an album from the songs through the series called, properly, The Bugaloos. Enthusiasts of this lengthy out of printing treasure were compensated in 2000 having a Compact disc reproduction of the initial recording. Released on japan label Vivid, the music doesn’t match the normal bubblegum mildew of your day, with more focus on shiny creation that included strings and close harmonies. The lyrics add the childlike singalong “Gna, Gna Gna, Gna Gna,” and “The Bugaloos Theme” towards the even more grown-up “The Senses of THE WORLD,” “Soar Away AROUND,” and “Old Female!” Bizarre stuff to get a kids record.