From South Devon, Britain, Furious Pig — Cass Davies, Martin Kent, Stephen Kent, and Dominic Weeks — were a mostly a cappella foursome that been around through the post-punk period. The group began with traditional rock and roll instrumentation but opted to remove things right down to become more interesting. In shows (including shows using the Slits, the Fall, and Pere Ubu), the group tended to accompany its extreme and intricately orchestrated vocals with discovered stuff as percussion. They produced their debut using the music “Bare Pork” within the famous C81, a cassette compilation released by NME (together with Tough Trade) in early 1981. The just single-artist release through the group was the I CAN’T STAND THAT PERSON 12″ single, that was released by Tough Trade in regards to a month after C81. (Creation on one from the songs originated from Wire’s Bruce Gilbert.) After divorce, each one of the people continuing in music, using their paths sometimes crossing.