Bruce and Bongo were a 1980s Germany-based New Wave duo consisting of Bruce Hammond Earlam (born 13 January 1955) and Douglas Wilgrove (born 19 March 1955), both from Britain. The pair are best known internationally for their 1986 hit "Geil", which was an immediate hit in Germany, and spending four weeks at No. 1 there. The song charted in several countries around Europe. The song was released alongside their most successful album, The Geil Album. The duo also promoted a second single, "Hi Ho (Whistle While You Work)", at several events in Germany.
Bruce & Bongo
|Geil||The Geil Album||Alternative, Pop|
Alternative and Pop
Bass, Electric Guitar, Electric Piano, Electronic, Percussion, and Synth
Bright, Feel-Good, Funky/Groove, Funny, Party, Percussive/Drums, and Romantic
End Title/Credits, Frat Party, In Love, Make-Out, and Sunny Day
Europop and New Wave
The Geil Album, #1
On Friday the thirteenth of December Bruce & Bongo
Forty - love
Everybody's GEIL - gggg GEIL - . . .
We're so GEIL - you're so GEIL - I'm so GEIL - GEIL.
I'm so GEIL - you're so GEIL - we're so GEIL - CEIL.