Most widely known for offering the theme tune to the favorite TV comedy present The Kids within the Hall, Toronto’s largely instrumental trio Shadowy Guys on the Shadowy Globe originally formed in 1984, comprising people Brian Connelly (electric guitar, keyboards, support vocals), Reid Gemstone (bass, business lead vocals), and Don Pyle (drums, support vocals). The music group merged punk (? la the Useless Kennedys) and browse (? la the Projects) sounds jointly to make a extremely original style, producing a steady blast of EPs/singles released throughout the middle- to past due ’80s. These included such quirky game titles as “Like Without Terms,” “Wow Flutter Hiss ’86,” “Schlagers!,” “Live Record with Extra Breads and Parmesan cheese,” “Explosion of Flavor,” and “Reid Will Neil.” By 1989, an area humor troupe (who have been also friends from the band) was presented with their own Television show, The Kids within the Hall, that used the Shadowy Males on the Shadowy Planet monitor “Having the average Weekend” as their theme track. In 1990, the trio released their debut full-length launch, Savvy Display Stoppers, that was a compilation of materials using their previous singles. Two even more releases followed soon thereafter, 1991’s Dim the Lamps, Chill the Ham and 1993’s Sport Fishin’ (the second option which was documented by Steve Albini), as well as the group supported B-52s frontman Fred Schneider on many songs for his single album Simply Fred. But by 1995, Shadowy Males on the Shadowy Planet experienced split. The former users continued to other tasks: Gemstone and Pyle became a member of forces once more in Phono-Comb, while Connelly caused Neko Case’s Boyfriends and Atomic 7. In early 2001, Gemstone passed away following a battle with malignancy. In 2016, Yep Roc Information released extended and remastered editions from the three Shadowy Males on the Shadowy World albums.
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