Among the silliest one-hit miracles of the brand new influx era (by style), the all-female vocal quintet originally known within their local U.K. as Toto Coelo required their name from a Latin manifestation meaning completely or absolutely. Featuring business lead vocalist Anita Mahadervan (later on Anita Chellamah), along with the child of British video game show sponsor Bob Holness, the group dressed up in wildly colorful outfits and spiced their music with a number of the pseudo-exotic cultural details of Bow Wow Wow. Everything designed for a cheerfully throw-away novelty which briefly captured on within the U.K, because the group’s 1982 solitary, “We Eat Cannibals,” climbed in to the TOP. Mutterings from your rock and roll group Toto resulted in a name alteration around the single’s American launch, although the recently christened Total Coelo didn’t fare almost aswell on the contrary side from the Atlantic, because the solitary topped out well below the very best 50. Following follow-ups didn’t make a lot of a direct effect anywhere, as well as the group disbanded before actually documenting a full-length recording. Mahadervan/Chellamah became a member of the hard rock-band the Cherry Bombz, which also presented users of Lords of the brand new Chapel and Hanoi Stones, and later on became a Television host.