Push Push (band)

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Push Push are a rock band formed in the 1990s from Auckland, New Zealand.wikipedia
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Trippin' (Push Push song)

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They are best known for their single "Trippin'".
"Trippin'" was the first single from New Zealand rock band Push Push.

Mikey Havoc

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Former Auckland Rangitoto College students Mikey Havoc (vocals), Ken "Kenny" Green (drummer), Andy Kane (aka Andy Wilson, lead guitar), and Steve Abplanalp (bass) formed the band around 1985/86.
Mikey Havoc is the lead singer of the New Zealand rock band Push Push, best known for its 1991 number one singles "What My Baby Likes" and "Trippin'".

A Trillion Shades of Happy

The band released their debut album A Trillion Shades of Happy in 1992.
A Trillion Shades of Happy is the only album released by New Zealand rock band Push Push.

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Push Push are a rock band formed in the 1990s from Auckland, New Zealand.

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Push Push are a rock band formed in the 1990s from Auckland, New Zealand.

Rangitoto College

Former Auckland Rangitoto College students Mikey Havoc (vocals), Ken "Kenny" Green (drummer), Andy Kane (aka Andy Wilson, lead guitar), and Steve Abplanalp (bass) formed the band around 1985/86.

Jan Hellriegel

Backing vocals on the track 'Dig My World' were provided by Jan Hellriegel.

AC/DC

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The band opened for AC/DC at Mount Smart Stadium in 1992.

Mount Smart Stadium

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The band opened for AC/DC at Mount Smart Stadium in 1992.

7 Days (New Zealand game show)

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In February 2016, Steve Abplanalp made a guest appearance on the New Zealand Comedy Gameshow 7 Days (New Zealand TV series), where he made the announcement the band was back together and about to release a new Single and Play a few shows.

List of number-one singles from the 1990s (New Zealand)

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"(I Can't Help) Falling in Love with You" by UB40 held the top position for 11 weeks, and the two New Zealand acts that spent the most weeks at number one during the 1990s were Ngaire and Push Push, each spending six weeks at the summit in 1990 and 1991, respectively.

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Further singles included "Money Worries" with guest vocals from Push Push frontman Mikey Havoc; and safe sex anthem "Body Rhymes (Protect Yourself)" with guest vocals from Teremoana Rapley of Moana and the Moahunters.

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Other notable rock bands popular in the 1990s include the Headless Chickens, The Mutton Birds, The Exponents, The Feelers, Supergroove and Push Push.