U.K. boy band Busted formed in late 2001 and spent their first few months building up a fan base by playing pop-punk-driven sets at amusement parks and schools. The reward for the hard work came when their debut single, "What I Go to School For," debuted at number three on the singles chart in September 2002. Their sugarcoated take on punk became a source of increasing tension among the band's members. The trio called it a day in January 2005, allowing Charlie Simpson to concentrate on his slightly tougher-sounding project, Fightstar, but eventually reunited a decade later with an '80s-style dance-funk sound. ~ TiVo Staff
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