I remember hearing of "The British Dental Association" for the first time when they played at the Belgian Pukkelpop festival. Their music was comparable with popular punk-rock bands of the late nineties, but they weren't as popular as, say, Foot Support, were at the time.
They were, however, climbing the charts with their greatest hit "Phrenum Glandis", a highly controversial song, I think you might recall. It wasn't so much of a dirty song - there were much worse, of course - it was just very obvious what it was about. They were aware, however, that it would cause some controversy, as their third chorus changed the line "Your denial makes me crazy, I can't stand this" to "I really hope the music industry won't ban this".
But speaking of late-nineties punk-rock bands, I do have another question. Do you remember Foot Support
's breakthrough Album "Muskrat for Lunch