The British band Mighty Mighty created a more substantial following in Japan than they did within their indigenous country. Nevertheless, the group’s Japanese group of fans advanced posthumously; the music group was actually just active for a couple of years. Mighty Mighty was produced in Birmingham, Britain, in 1986 by Hugh Harkin (vocals, harmonica), Mick Geoghegan (electric guitar), Peter Geoghegan (body organ, electric guitar), Russell Burton (bass), and David Hennessey (drums). They produced their debut on the NME/ICA Rock and roll Week concerts and had been also included on a C-86 cassette compilation. Mighty Mighty released their initial single, “EVERYONE KNOWS the Monkey,” in 1986. Frequently in comparison to Orange Juice, Mighty Mighty just documented one LP, 1988’s Sharks, before breaking up. The band’s jangly singles and B-sides had been collected over the Girlie Years, the name discussing the name of the group’s very own label. Vinyl fabric Japan also released Mighty Mighty’s BBC periods in 2001. The band’s reputation in Japan resulted from an enthusiastic curiosity about U.K. electric guitar pop among indie enthusiasts.