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  3. The Blockheads (video game) - Wikipedia

    The Blockheads is a 2.5D survival sandbox game. Players control a customizable "Blockhead" avatar, and can explore their surroundings, navigate the entire world map, harvest materials to create structures, and craft more advanced tools and materials in the game. Aggressive and passive creatures exist on land, underground, and in bodies of water.

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  5. What a Waste - Wikipedia

    Dury's first hit, "What a Waste / Wake Up and Make Love with Me" was released in April 1978 just before the start of a headlining tour, entering the Top 75 on 29 April and spent 12 weeks there. It peaked at number 9 in the UK Singles Chart, [1] becoming Stiff Records' biggest selling single to date. A very limited 12" pressing was also released.

  6. Chaz Jankel - Wikipedia

    In a music career spanning more than 40 years, he came to prominence in the late 1970s as the guitarist and keyboardist of the rock band Ian Dury and the Blockheads. With Dury, Jankel co-wrote some of the band's best-known songs including "Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll", "Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick" and "Reasons to Be Cheerful, Part 3".

  7. Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick - Wikipedia

    Written by Dury and the Blockheads' multi-instrumentalist Chaz Jankel, it is the group's most successful single, reaching number one on the UK Singles Chart in January 1979 as well as reaching the top three in Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, and it was also a top 20 hit in several European countries.

  8. Davey Payne - Wikipedia

    Davey Payne David Stanley Payne (born 11 August 1944) is an English saxophonist best known as a member of Ian Dury 's backing band The Blockheads, and for his twin saxophone solo on their 1978 UK No. 1 single "Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick". He also appeared on the first version of Nico 's 1981 album Drama of Exile .