Although they definitely possessed perhaps one of the most implausible names ever chosen by much metal band, contrary to popular belief, Humberside, England’s Ethel the Frog (named after an obscure Monty Python musical skit) were once promising participants in the brand new Wave of British ROCK — the same motion that spawned Iron Maiden and Def Leppard. Produced in 1976, Ethel the Frog contains vocalist/guitarist Doug Sheppard, guitarist Paul Tognola, bassist Terry Hopkinson, and drummer Paul Conyers, and would draw in their first little bit of press notoriety in 1978, if they released a self-financed one containing a amazingly palatable metallic edition from the Beatles’ “Eleanor Rigby”! Their account continued to go up with every membership display thereafter, and, arrive 1980, the group was handpicked by important DJ Neal Kaye to be a part of the now renowned Steel for Muthas compilation (also offering Iron Maiden, Angel Witch, and Samson, to mention but several) using the fresh but vibrant monitor “FIGHT.” The collection’s mother or father label, EMI, was also impressed more than enough to own music group an record deal, however the causing eponymous full-length was obviously rushed, experiencing uneven materials culled from different sessions dating dating back to the past due ’70s. The LP dropped rather in short supply of objectives (Ethel the Frog’s included, since it were), as well as the music group actually put into two warring factions by enough time the recording hit the roads. They briefly re-formed for some gigs in early 1981 before collapsing just as before, never to become noticed from henceforth, but improbable — because of their particular name and exploits — to ever become forgotten, either.