Toto Coelo (renamed Total Coelo in the US) was a 1980s British new wave group, masterminded by producer Barry Blue. The original members were singers Anita Mahadevan, Lacey Bond, Lindsey Danvers, Ros Holness (daughter of television presenter Bob Holness) and Sheen Doran. The group is best known for its 1982 hit single "I Eat Cannibals", which reached No. 8 in the UK Singles Chart, and was also a top 10 hit in Australia, South Africa, and Sweden
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Toto Coelo (renamed Total Coelo in the USA) was a 1980s British new wave vocal group masterminded by producer Barry Blue, comprising singers Anita Mahadervan, Lacey Bond, Lindsey Danvers, Ros Holness (daughter of UK TV host Bob Holness) & Sheen Doran. The group are best known for their quirky 1982 hit single I Eat Cannibals, which reached the top ten in the UK and was also a hit in many other countries.
Toto Coelo/Lene Lovich Nina Hagen/Shakespeares Sister. I eat cannibal It’s incredible You bring out the animal in me I eat cannibals. I like the spice Tasty and nice Roastin bitumen Forget the dietin ‘Mmm such a dish I can’t resist Healthy recipe What you got is good for me. And I eat cannibal Feed on animal Your love is so edible to me I eat cannibals.
Mutterings from the rock group Toto led to a name alteration on the single's American release, although the newly christened Total Coelo didn't fare nearly as well on the opposite side of the Atlantic, as the single topped out well below the Top 50. Subsequent follow-ups failed to make much of an impact anywhere, and the group disbanded before even recording a full-length album. joined the hard rock band the Cherry Bombz, which also featured members of Lords of the New Church and Hanoi Rocks, and later became a TV host.
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|A||Girl's Night Out
Written By – R. Scher*Written-By – L. Golden*
|B||One Step Closer
Written-By – N. Stock*
- Recorded At – Skratch Studios
- Manufactured By – Skratch Music Productions
- Marketed By – Skratch Music Productions
- Published By – Island Music Ltd.
- Published By – Skratch Music
- Pressed By – Damont
- Engineer – Robin Sellars
- Producer – Nigel Wright
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: DEPT-12-4-A1 DAMONT
- Matrix / Runout: DEPT-12-4-B1 DAMONT
|SOP-702||Toto Coelo||Girl's Night Out (12", Single)||Possum Records||SOP-702||Australia||1985|
|MS 170||Toto Coelo||Girls Night Out (12")||High Fashion Music, Dureco Benelux||MS 170||Netherlands||1985|
|883 119-1||Toto Coelo||Girls Night Out (12")||Metronome||883 119-1||Germany||1985|
|DEBT 4||Toto Coelo||Girls Night Out (7")||Debut Edge Records||DEBT 4||UK||1985|
|883 119-7||Toto Coelo||Girls Night Out (7", Single)||Metronome||883 119-7||Germany||1985|