The Mockers were hugely successful in an early-mid 80s New Zealand, obsessed with the then current crop of British pop acts.
Lead singer Andrew Fagan's vocals along with a rotating cast of support men, were specifically noteable for the hit's One Black Friday and Forever Tuesday Morning.
The band initially formed in 1979 as The Ambitious Vegetables, a highly visible member of the Wellington terrace community with the line-up of Fagan, Gary Curtis, Dean Hazelwood, Geoff Hayden, Tim Wedde and Brett Adams...
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Andrew Fagan (guitar, vocals)
Gary Curtis (keyboards, vocals)
Paul Lightfoot (guitar) 1984