Vince is convinced that The Human League invented music. According to Vince, Howard's past career as a jazz trumpeter does not measure up. When Vince is offered a chance to join a new band,... See full summary »

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Dee Plume ...
Neon
Sue Denim ...
Ultra
Olly Ralfe ...
Leroy
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Johnny Two Hats
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Marcus Hoffman
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Vince is convinced that The Human League invented music. According to Vince, Howard's past career as a jazz trumpeter does not measure up. When Vince is offered a chance to join a new band, 'Kraftwork Orange' with Johnny Two Hats and the Electro Girls, he's intent on leaving everything behind, including Howard. Written by Anonymous

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29 June 2004 (UK)  »

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In Vince's Glam-Folk band, the song they perform is the traditional song Scarborough Fair, as made famous by Simon & Garfunkle. See more »

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Howard supposedly cannot play an instrument without being possessed by the Spirit of Jazz. However, we frequently see him playing instruments with no hint of being possessed - in the second series, he and Vince are even in a band. See more »

Quotes

Howard Moon: How's it going with you anyway in the pop band?
Vince Noir: It's going alright... having a bit of trouble with the keyboard player though. Johnny two-hats
Howard Moon: Yeah, what is it? Mood swings?
Vince Noir: He's left the band.
Howard Moon: Thats a pretty big mood swing. He swung right out of the band there.
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Spoofs Purple Rain (1984) See more »

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Don't You Want Me
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Written by Phil Oakey, Jo Callis & Philip Adrian Wright.
Performed by The Human League
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