It sounded bloomin' awful and I loved it to bits.
Mr Sayle also had an album released in 1984 - The Fish People Tapes, based on a series called Alexei Sayle And The Fish People, broadcast on London-based Capital Radio in 1981. Both the radio series and record apparently featured a few digs at the Government.
Good job, eh?
One of the tracks included - That's Milton Springsteen - was a parody of the Jam's early 1980s song That's Entertainment.
'Ullo John was included on the album and was soon tweaked for a fondly remembered 1985 TV ad - "Hello Tosh Gotta Toshiba?"... or should that be "'Ullo Tosh..."?
"That's an FST."
"It's the flattest squarest tube.
It's the flattest squarest tube."
And what did the flattest squarest tube give you? A flatter screen and sharper picture. It was a good development.