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Underground Resistance
   released   
Piranha
The Piranha Brothers
   was performed by   
Chapman, Cleese, Idle, Jones and Palin
Scenario: An 'Ethyl the Frog' documentary on violence and the rise of the infamous Piranha Brothers. Presenter: "One small-time operator who fell foul of Dinsdale Piranha was Vince Snetterton-Lewis." Vince: "Well one day I was at home threatening the kids when I looks out through the hole in the wall and sees this tank pull up and out gets one of Dinsdale's boys, so he comes in nice and friendly and says Dinsdale wants to have a word with me, so he chains me to the back of the tank and takes me for a scrape round to Dinsdale's place and Dinsdale's there in the conversation pit with Doug and Charles Paisley, the baby crusher, and two film producers and a man they called 'Kierkegaard', who just sat there biting the heads of whippets and Dinsdale says 'I hear you've been a naughty boy Clement' and he splits me nostrils open and saws me leg off and pulls me liver out and I tell him my name's not Clement and then... he loses his temper and nails me head to the floor." Interviewer: "He nailed your head to the floor?" Vince: "At first, yeah"
The Piranha Brothers
   contains the line   
He Nailed Your Head to the Floor?
“Dinsdale says 'I hear you've been a naughty boy Clement' and he splits me nostrils open and saws me leg off and pulls me liver out and I tell him my name's not Clement and then... he loses his temper and nails me head to the floor." Interviewer: He nailed your head to the floor?”
The Piranha Brothers
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… a Giant Hedgehog Whom He Referred to As 'Spiny Norman'
“Interviewer: Was there anything unusual about him? Gloria: I should say not. Except, that Dinsdale was convinced that he was being watched by a giant hedgehog whom he referred to as 'Spiny Norman'. “
River Scissors
   is a humorous name for a   
Piranha
John Helmer
   has been a vocalist in   
The Piranhas
UK Top Twenty hits in the early 80's with "Tom Hark" (Number 6 in 1980) and "Zambesi" (Number 17 in 1982)
Bob Grover
   has been a vocalist in   
The Piranhas
UK Top Twenty hits in the early 80's with "Tom Hark" (Number 6 in 1980) and "Zambesi" (Number 17 in 1982)






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