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    (1980- )
    Formed in Montreal, Quebec
    Ivan Doroschuk - Vocals
    Stefan Doroschuk - Guitarist
    Colin Doroschuk - Keyboards
    Allan McCarthy - Drums
    Albums include 'Rhythm of Youth' (1982), 'Pop Goes the World'' (1987), and 'No Hats Beyond This Point' (2003)
    Best known for their 1982 hit 'Safety Dance'
    Although they are a two hit wonder, they're really only remembered for 'Safety Dance.'
    When nothing else they released came close to the success of that one hit, they called it quits (1991).
    They pioneered the use of dwarves in music videos ('Safety Dance' video).
    'Safety Dance' had ridiculous lyrics and an even more ridiculous video.
    They are confused with Men at Work.
    Their 2003 comeback album, 'No Hats Beyond This Point,' flopped.
    'Safety Dance' was a huge hit.
    Their release 'Pop Goes the World' also charted (1987).
    They had a very catchy and rememberable name.

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