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During the heyday of British punk and New Wave in the late 1970s/early '80s, singer Kenneth "Spizz" Spiers released a batch of quirky recordings under numerous variations on his own nickname, including Spizzenergi, the Spizzles, Spizzoil, and Athletico Spizz '80, backed by a shifting cast of musicians who at various times included Lu Edmunds of the Damned (and later the Mekons) and Palmolive of the Slits. They'll forever be best known for their single "Where's Captain Kirk?", a goofy Star Trek tribute that topped the U.K. indie charts in 1980.

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