Artist Biography by Stewart Mason
The short-lived all-female combo Mambo Taxi were born out of the U.K. garage rock scene of the early '90s, but their music mixed garage with punk, pop, and dance influences. The first-names-only group consisted of Delia (ex-Cornershop, future Family Way and Baby Birkin) on guitar and vocals, Ella on vocals and guitar, Andrea on keyboards, Lenie on bass, and Karin on drums. (Karin was later replaced by the Voodoo Queens' Anjali.) Mambo Taxi released three singles, 1992's "Prom Queen," 1993's four-song EP "Poems on the Underground," and 1994's "Do You Always Dress Like That?" as well as one album, 1994's In Love with Mambo Taxi, before splintering later that year.
|2||Kiss Kiss Kiss|
|4||2 Nice Boys|
|6||(Push That) Pram (Under The Train)|
|8||Screaming In Public|
|9||Poems On The Underground|
|10||Reasons To Live|