Music Industry Shuts Down Upon News of Chumbawamba Split
After three decades together, British supergroup Chumbawamba has called it quits.
“Putting out a new hit song every 30 years took a lot out of us,” admitted singer Boff Whalley. “We’d like to thank our fans for making Tubthumper one of the bestselling casette tapes of 1997.”
A special committee unanimously voted the band into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this morning, agreeing they couldn’t wait until 2013 for the official list of inductees to be announced.
“We’re happy to be retiring at the height of our popularity,” backup drummer Mike Temblador told OMGG.com. “Not to brag, but on our last US tour we nearly sold out the Tulsa State Fair.”
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