|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Stutter Rap (No Sleep Til Bedtime)||3||Audio||1988-01-00||10 Records|
|2||Stutter Rap (No Sleep Til Bedtime)||2||Audio||1987|
|3||Stutter Rap (No Sleep Til Bedtime)||2||Audio||1987||10 Records|
|4||This Is The Chorus||2||Audio||1988||10 Records|
|5||This Is The Chorus (30 cm Mix)||3||Audio||1988||10 Records|
|6||Stutter Rap (No Sleep Til Bedtime)||2||Audio||1987||Virgin|
|7||Stutter Rap (No Sleep Til Bedtime) 12" Dance Mix||3||Audio||1988-01-00|
|8||This Is The Chorus||4||Audio||1988||10 Records|
|9||Stutter Rap (No Sleep Til Bedtime)||2||Audio||1988||10 Records|
|10||Stutter Rap (No Sleep Til Bedtime)||2||Audio||1987||10 Records|
|11||Stutter Rap (No Sleep Til Bedtime)||2||Audio||1987||10 Records|
Comedy trio from the late 1980s and brainchild of [b]Tony Hawks[/b], (British actor, writer and comedian) assisted by two of his friends, Paul Boross and Phil Judge. Their [i]Stutter Rap[/i] parody on the Beastie Boys [i]No Sleep Til Brooklyn[/i] sold over 220,000 copies reaching number four in the UK charts in 1988 and number one in Australia. It was produced by [a=Jakko] aka [a=Grand Master Jelly Tot].
Their follow-up [i]This Is The Chorus[/i], a play on the Stock Aitken and Waterman "hit-formula", was less successful, but they landed a TV series [i]Morris Minor's Marvelous Motors[/i], written by and starring Hawks, in which the fictional bandleader tries to balance his pop career with managing his garage. It ran for one series in 1989. Tony Hawks is now better known for his comedy show appearances (e.g. [i]Have I Got News For You[/i]) and book writing ([i]Round Ireland With A Fridge[/i] and [i]Playing The Moldovans At Tennis[/i]).