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The Mockers

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Genres  Pop
Active until  1988
Genre  Pop music
Labels  RCA, BMG
Record label  RCA
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Years active  1979 (1979)–1988 (1988)
Past members  Andrew Fagan Gary Curtis Dale Monaghan Dean Hazelwood Geoff Hayden Tim Wedde Baz Caitcheon Brett Adams Murray Costello Gordon Costello Brendan Fitzgerald Steve Thorpe (deceased) Paul Lightfoot
Origin  Wellington, New Zealand (1979)
Albums  Woke Up Today: The Definitive Collection, Culprit and the King, The First Five Years
Similar  Andrew Fagan, DD Smash, The Exponents, Los Mockers, Hello Sailor

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The Mockers were a New Zealand pop band formed in Wellington in 1979 by Andrew Fagan. Fagan was the only ever-present of the band's line-up whose initial members were mostly drawn from Fagan's Rongotai College classmates. Their songs include "One Black Friday" and "Forever Tuesday Morning". The Mockers' style drew on punk and new wave influences from the UK and performances centered on Fagan's flamboyant stage presence. Other band members included Chas Mannell (drums) Gary Curtis (keyboards, vocals), Steve Thorpe (drums), Dale Monaghan (guitar), Dean Heazlewood, Brett Adams, Geoff Hayden, Tim Wedde, Murry Costello, Chas Mannell, Gordon Costello, Brendan Fitzgerald, Baz Caitcheon and Paul Lightfoot (guitar).


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