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After going on tour with Rodriguez, the band (without Dakar, and as "Rico and the Special AKA") also recorded the non-charting (and non-album) single "Jungle Music".The line-up for the single was Rodriguez (vocal, trombone), Cuthell (cornets), Dammers (keyboards), Bradbury (drums), Shipley (guitar), returning bassist Panter, and new additions Satch Dickson and Groco (percussion) and Anthony Wymshurst (guitar).Upon their departure from the Specials, Golding, Hall and Staple founded the pop band Fun Boy Three and enjoyed commercial success from 1981 to 1983 with hits such as "Tunnel of Love", "It Ain't What You Do (It's the Way That You Do It)", "Our Lips Are Sealed" and "The Lunatics (Have Taken Over the Asylum)".The group ended with Hall's sudden departure, leading to a 15-year rift with Staple.60), with the band establishing themselves as a septet: Dakar, Newton, Campbell, Bradbury, Cuthell, Dammers and Shipley.The new line-up (still known as the Special AKA) finally issued a new full-length album In the Studio in 1984.A cover of the Slade song "Coz I Love You", the project was produced by Slade's Jim Lea.
A 1994 single credited to "X Specials" featured Neville, Lynval, Roddy, and Horace.The group was formed in 1977 by songwriter/keyboardist Dammers, vocalist Tim Strickland, guitarist/vocalist Lynval Golding, drummer Silverton Hutchinson and bassist Horace Panter (a.k.a. Strickland was replaced by Terry Hall shortly after the band's formation.The band was first called the Automatics, then the Coventry Automatics.Many years later Dammers stated, "Music gets political when there are new ideas in music, ..was innovative, so was ska, and that was why bands such as the Specials and the Clash could be political".In 1979, shortly after drummer Hutchinson left the band to be replaced by John Bradbury, Dammers formed the 2 Tone Records label and released the band's debut single "Gangsters", a reworking of Prince Buster's "Al Capone". The band had begun wearing mod/rude boy/skinhead-style two-tone tonic suits, along with other elements of late 1960s teen fashions.
Changing their name to the Specials, they recorded their eponymous debut album in 1979, produced by Elvis Costello.