Scottish hard rock and roll outfit Heavy Pettin’ was shaped in Glasgow in middle-1981 once the trio of guitarist Gordon Bonnar, bassist Brian Waugh and drummer Gary Moat–known collectively as Weeper–added vocalist Steve Hayman (a.k.a. “Hamie”) and business lead guitarist Punky Mendoza towards the lineup. Borrowing their brand-new name from a UFO record, Large Pettin’ gigged thoroughly before putting your signature on to Neat Information to trim their debut one, 1982’s “Move the Dice”; Polydor shortly expanded a major-label offer, with Queen guitarist Brian Might set up as co-producer, the group documented their 1983 debut LP Lettin’ Loose. United kingdom tours to get Kiss and Ozzy Osbourne implemented before Large Pettin’s sophomore work, 1985’s Appreciate Ain’t Dead. Periods for the band’s third record had been interrupted when Polydor plucked the track “Romeo” for access within the Eurovision Track Contest–not only do the song neglect to discover favour with judges, but it’s even more pop-oriented audio alienated Weighty Pettin’s core target audience. The group dissolved in early 1988; their finished third LP was released the following 12 months until the name THE BEST Bang.