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Cartoons are a "technobilly" pop band from Denmark best known for their 1999 Eurodance cover of the 1958 novelty song, Witch Doctor by Ross Bagdasarian as well as for their outlandish plastic costumes and wigs used in live performances as caricatures of 1950s American rock and roll stars. Many of their hits were Europop covers of old rockabilly hits.
The sextet, who use the stage names Toonie, Sponge, Shooter, Buzz, Puddy and Boop were first signed to Flex Records, moving later to EMI Denmark.
Their most notable single to date is 1999's Witch Doctor, reaching number two in the UK with its combination of the original's "ooh-ee-ooh-aah-aah" chorus (although lacking that record's double-speed playback of the chorus), driving dance beat and occasional guitar breaks, hence the term "technobilly."
They had further success in the UK with the Top 10 hit Doodah! (a version of the American folk song Camptown Races from the 1850s), the top 20 hit Aisy Waisy, which was performed on Jim Davidson's Generation Game, and had a top 20 debut album, Toonage.
Cartoons also have a "secret identity" as The Scooters, a Rockabilly band. They recorded both "Witch Doctor" and "Doodah!" as straight Rockabilly songs, before they cartoonified them.
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About Cartoons

Cartoons are a "technobilly" pop band from Denmark best known for their 1999 Eurodance cover of the 1958 novelty song, Witch Doctor by Ross Bagdasarian as well as for their outlandish plastic costumes and wigs used in live performances as caricatures of 1950s American rock and roll stars. Many of their hits were Europop covers of old rockabilly hits.
The sextet, who use the stage names Toonie, Sponge, Shooter, Buzz, Puddy and Boop were first signed to Flex Records, moving later to EMI Denmark.
Their most notable single to date is 1999's Witch Doctor, reaching number two in the UK with its combination of the original's "ooh-ee-ooh-aah-aah" chorus (although lacking that record's double-speed playback of the chorus), driving dance beat and occasional guitar breaks, hence the term "technobilly."
They had further success in the UK with the Top 10 hit Doodah! (a version of the American folk song Camptown Races from the 1850s), the top 20 hit Aisy Waisy, which was performed on Jim Davidson's Generation Game, and had a top 20 debut album, Toonage.
Cartoons also have a "secret identity" as The Scooters, a Rockabilly band. They recorded both "Witch Doctor" and "Doodah!" as straight Rockabilly songs, before they cartoonified them.
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