Tuesday, 17 November 2015
Kill Kill Kill/I Like It Both Ways/Rock 'n' Roll Radio/Know Your Product
Painters and Dockers are a rock band formed in Melbourne, Australia in 1982.
Paul Stewart, singer-songwriter and trumpet player, is the only mainstay in the band which was named for the Federated Ship Painters and Dockers Union when they performed an early gig at a pub rock venue in Port Melbourne frequented by the union's members Some members of the band went on to form the Dili Allstars.
Their best-performing album Kiss My Art, peaked in the top 30 of the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) albums charts in 1988. The album included two top 50 singles, "Nude School" and "Die Yuppie Die".
A four-track EP, Kill Kill Kill was released in 1985 containing cover versions of "Kill Kill Kill" originally by The Sacred Cows on "The Groovy Guru" episode of US comedy TV series, Get Smart; Australian group Supernaut's "I Like it Both Ways"; The Ramones' "Do You Remember Rock'n'Roll Radio?" and The Saints' "Know Your Product".