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Del Fuegos

"The Del Fuegos" were a moderately successful garage-style pop band in the 1980s with lead singer Dan Zanes, guitarist Warren Zanes (his brother), bassist Tom Lloyd, and drummer Woody Gleissman. The Boston-based band was signed to a series of respected indie labels, was touted by fans such as Tom Petty, starred in a beer commercial, gained mild airplay with "Don't Run Wild" and "I Still Want You", but were never considered truly successful.

Dan Zanes went on to a failed solo career and a surprise success recording children's music and videos, made popular by heavy airplay on Noggin.

*''The Longest Day'' 1984 Slash Records

*''Boston, Mass.'' 1985 Slash Records

*''Spin Radio Concert'' (live) 1985 BBE Sound

*''Stand Up'' 1987 Slash Records

*''Smoking in the Fields'' 1989 RCA Records

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|rowspan="2"|"Year"

|rowspan="2"| "Title"

|colspan="4"| "Chart positions"

|rowspan="2"| "Album"

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|US Hot 100

|US Modern Rock

|US Mainstream Rock

|UK

|-

| 1986

| "I Still Want You"

| #87

| -

| #33

| -

| ''Boston, Mass''

|-

| 1989

| "Move With Me Sister"

| -

| #22

| -

| -

| ''Smoking in the Fields''

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