Interest Puppets were a Uk new wave music group that caught radio listeners with a single clever one, “Like Dust,” before abruptly vanishing. Apparently an ode to Italian American films, “Like Dirt,” a cult strike on Canadian radio in the ’80s, is certainly more often appreciated compared to the group that truly performed it. Produced in 1983 in Camden, Britain, Passion Puppets highlighted Ray Burmiston (vocals), Miki Screene (bass, vocals), Andy P. (guitars), Dave Rollins (guitars), and Simon Langford Godfrey (drums). Interest Puppets released three singles, “Like Dirt,” “Voices,” and “Beyond the Pale,” on Stiff Information in the U.K. between 1983 to 1984. In 1984, the music group released its just record, Beyond the Pale, distributed in the U.S. by MCA Information. The LP didn’t sell well as well as the group split shortly thereafter. Burmiston embarked on the career being a professional photographer, snapping images of pop superstars for record businesses and British teenager periodicals. In 1994, a protracted edition of “Like Dirt” made an appearance on Hardest Strikes, Vol. 1, presenting the out-of-print record to a fresh generation of supporters; it was the very first time the music group had have you been noticed on Compact disc. In 2000, Burmiston documented an album known as Miniworld beneath the name Kicking the Moon.