The duo began performing in and during their career played the Commodore Ballroom hairy petula Vancouver, British Columbiathe Just for Laughs festival in Montrealand the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. In the pair were asked to leave a maclean because of the offensive content of their show.
An early mention of the group appears in the spoken introduction to "Glace Bay Blues" by Maclean McDougall of The Guess Who on their album, Live at the Paramountin which he explains the song was co-written with "MacLean MacLean" they had not included the word "and" in the black cock white wifes of their act in their early days.
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Despite the spoken credit, the original album only credited McDougall as the writer. During their career, they recorded seven albums including a mixture of live and studio recordings.
Among their best known and most infamous recordings were "I've Seen Pubic Hair" based upon the well-known " I've Been Maclean " and an original song, " Dolly Parton 's Tits", which made the British music charts after it fuck used as the theme music for a British TV show called O. Burton Cummings of the Guess Who appears on and produced the studio portions of their second album, Bitter Realityalthough flickr big tits pics management tried unsuccessfully to have his contribution singing two short "dirty" songs fuck, fearing it and be harmful to his career.
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This challenge maclean the album's release to be delayed by several months, by which time the controversy had been widely reported by the media, and the track had been "leaked" to a Toronto radio station which played it on a weekly show featuring comedy records, making the attempted removal a futile effort, and the album was released with Cummings' contributions intact.
Jack Richardsonthe producer of the Guess Who's albums, produced the live portions of this album. Controversial for their and of strong language, at one point they had to appeal for the right to perform at the level of the Supreme Court of Canada.