Flock of Seagulls

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Renowned for hirsute styling that was more inventive than their music, this bunch of casual hairdressers squawked their way across the 1982 Redken charts with a pro-Ronald Reagan anthem that Dick Cheney adopted as a drinking song with Spike Milligan. It was later covered by Margaret Thatcher as 'Don't Cry for Me Galtieri' and sung by the Royal Marines, but when it turned out it meant something incredibly rude in Afghani and they were too busy being propositioned by hordes of gay Afghans to help Dick Cheney with his own cover version they asked Bruce Willis to step in.

Band Members[edit]

  • Lead Singer - Mike Score
  • Lead Guitar - Bruce Willis
  • Bass - Tom Cruise
  • Drums - Dave Grohl
  • Cow Bells - a Grue
  • Keyboard - DinoJesus
  • Tamborine - an old pair of pants


Pennsylvania Avenue.

I never thought I'd meet a boss like you;

Meet a boss like you.

With Grecian hair and tawny eyes;

Proposing wars that hypnotize me through;

Hypnotize me through.

Bomb Iran, Iran so far away.

Bomb Iran, Iran all night and day.

They won't get away.


Lead singer Mike Score was shot by Samuel L. Jackson playing himself in Pulp Fiction and the rest of the band featured variously in "Die Hard" - strangled, burned, and thrown from the building.