Sheep on Drugs

Sheep on Drugs are a British techno / dance-punk music group, formed by Duncan X [aka King Duncan] (vocals) and Lee Fraser [aka Dead Lee] (guitar/keyboards) and currently composed of Fraser and Johnny Borden (vocals/keyboards). Originally classified as off-the-wall ravers,[by whom?] the duo emerged in the early 1990s with a string of singles, including "Motorbike," "15 Minutes of Fame" and "Track X" (later covered by Grace Jones as "Sex Drive"). "15 Minutes of Fame" reached the lower reaches of the UK Singles Chart as did "From A To H And Back Again". Their Gareth Jones produced debut album, Greatest Hits, was released on Island Records in 1993 to some acclaim from the UK music press.[who?] However, with their Grand Guignol style stage shows, and a musical mixture of sleazy rock, hard techno and punk nihilism, SoD found themselves pigeonholed as an industrial band.[citation needed] Their 1994 follow-up album, ...On Drugs was a commercial and critical disappointment. After being dropped by Island, the band independently released two EPs: Suck in 1994 and Strapped for Cash in 1995. The band was then signed to Martin Atkins' Invisible Records and headed to the United States. With Invisible, they released the two EPs as Double Trouble in 1996, their third studio album, One for the Money and a remix collection, Never Mind the Methadone in 1997, and a live recording, Two for the Show in 1998. By this time, they had tired of their situation in the States and were unsatisfied with Invisible. Frontman Duncan X departed Sheep on Drugs shortly afterwards to become a professional tattooist (though he does perform live with the band on rare occasions). Fraser continued his relationship with Invisible Records, releasing two more albums as 'Bagman' and was briefly a member of Atkins' bands Pigface and The Damage Manual, usually under the moniker "Lee 303". Fraser revived the group in 2002 with himself as the frontman and released a new album, F**K, on Invisible in 2005. A...

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