The origins of the UK band are heavily tinged with apocrypha. Maximum Splodge (a drummer) changed Gerry Healy in Alien Sex Fiend in 1978 and remained for a couple months before developing a duo known as the Faber Brothers with guitarist Pat Thetic Von Dale Chiptooth Noble. They performed at Butlins Vacation Camp in Bognor, Sussex, but had been sacked and came back to London to start out a music group. As Splodgenessabounds, they began gigging in March 1979 and even though various members emerged and proceeded to go, the line-up briefly comprised Utmost Splodge (vocals), his partner Baby Greensleeves (vocals), Pat Thetic (electric guitar), Mls Runt Level (electric guitar), Donkey Gut (b. Winston Forbe; keyboards), Whiffy Archer (paper and comb), Desert Isle Joe Lurch Slythe along with a pet. Robert Rodent became a member of on bass in early 1980 and Level left. They found the open public’s interest when, towards the eternal annoyance of publicans just about everywhere, that they had a freak strike with ‘Two Pints Of Lager PLUS A Packet Of Crisps Make sure you’ in 1980. Various other memorable songs within their repertoire included ‘I’ve Got PLENTY OF CELEBRITIES Living BENEATH THE Floorboards Of My Humble Abode’, ‘Simon Templar’, along with a savage reworking of Rolf Harris’ ‘Two Small Boys’. Utmost Splodge was also made an appearance within the play Camberwell Beauty. After falling out in clumps with Deram Information in 1982, the music group agreed upon to Razor beneath the shortened name Splodge, where they released SEARCHING FOR The Seven Golden Gussets, a tribute to mythical components of girls underwear. By this time around, the line-up included the next miscreants; Ronnie Plonker (electric guitar), Smacked Arse O’Reardon (bass), Poodle (drums) and Shade Tone YOUR GARDEN Gnome (electric guitar). Max afterwards recorded single on Neat launching the Tony Adam (Sigue Sigue Sputnik) one ‘Phut Phut Splodgenik’, before signing up for the Angelic Upstarts. He revived Splodgenessabounds in the past due 90s, recording fresh studio room albums for the Captain Oi! Label with numerous personnel.