Within the wake of the brand new Wave of British ROCK explosion of the first ’80s, several bands attemptedto blend in using the movement despite the fact that they formed long after such bands as Iron Maiden and Def Leppard begun to appreciate success, one particular band being truly a hard rockin’ trio of brothers, the Mama’s Boys. The trio hailed from North Ireland and was made up of Pat McManus (electric guitar, vocals), John McManus (bass), and Tommy McManus (drums). The music group issued many albums through the early to middle-’80s, including such game titles as 1982’s Plug It In, 1983’s TRANSFORM IT Up, 1984’s self-titled discharge, 1985’s Power and Interest, and 1987’s WE WERE YOUNG the Hard Method, which brought the music group some mild achievement in European countries, but didn’t amount to very much within the U.S. (even though group liked some short U.S. MTV achievement using a cover of Slade’s “Mama Weer All Crazee Today,” until Calm Riot covered exactly the same tune quickly thereafter). The group reunited in 1992 for the documenting of a fresh record, Relativity, which continued to be shelved until a couple of years afterwards. In 1994, Tommy McManus passed on after a lengthy struggle with leukemia.