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In 1986, Zero Rek (Martin Herbert) replaced Fenton on guitar. The Batfish Boys' second album, Head , also appeared that year, laced with psychedelic blues overtones. [2] With the band's sound getting progressively heavier, they were signed by Motörhead 's label, GWR , in 1987, and shortened their name to Batfish. The first release on GWR was 1988's "Purple Dust" single, a mash-up cover of "Purple Haze" and Queen 's "Another One Bites the Dust".


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