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Crash Test Dummies


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Winnipeg, Canada (1989 – present)

Crash Test Dummies are an alternative rock band which formed in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada in 1989. They are best known for their 1993 international pop hit “Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm”. Up to 1999 the band has consisted of Brad Roberts (vocals, guitar), Ellen Reid (keyboards, vocals), Benjamin Darvill (guitar, mandolin), Dan Roberts (bass) and Mitch Dorge (drums). Nowadays Crash Test Dummies has essentialy become a solo project for Brad Roberts, albeit Ellen Reid, Dan Roberts and Mitch Dorge sometimes join him both on record and on stage.

1991: The Ghosts That Haunt Me
1993: God Shuffled His Feet
1996: A Worm’s Life
1999: Give Yourself A Hand
2001: I Don’t Care That You Don’t Mind
2002: Jingle All the Way
2003: Puss ‘n’ Boots
2004: Songs of the Unforgiven
2010: Oooh La La!

Formed in 1989 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the group quickly signed to a major label and released their debut album, The Ghosts that Haunt Me, on April 5, 1991. An unusual combination of folk-rock stylings with witty and offbeat lyrics and the attention-grabbing voice of vocalist Brad Roberts, the album became one of the year’s best-selling records in Canada on the strength of the hit single “Superman’s Song”. It has sold nearly 500,000 copies in Canada, and won that year’s Juno Award for Group of the Year.
“God Shuffled His Feet” has been the Crash Test Dummies’ most successful album to date


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