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This young English trio mixes Brit pop flair with American-styled punk-pop for a sound that's young, brash and oh-so-accessible to the teen demographic. Busted first appeared on the U.K. music scene in 2002 with the snotty little single, "What I Go To School For." It wasn't the overly sweet pop hooks that had kids talking so much as the band's lustful, pubescent thoughts about their teacher. Needless to say, Busted's smirking pop was a hit to the tune of three No. 1 singles and two triple-platinum albums in the U.K. Busted's American debut was released in 2004.

Listen toBustedon Rhapsody

This young English trio mixes Brit pop flair with American-styled punk-pop for a sound that's young, brash and oh-so-accessible to the teen demographic. Busted first appeared on the U.K. music scene in 2002 with the snotty little single, "What I Go To School For." It wasn't the overly sweet pop hooks that had kids talking so much as the band's lustful, pubescent thoughts about their teacher. Needless to say, Busted's smirking pop was a hit to the tune of three No. 1 singles and two triple-platinum albums in the U.K. Busted's American debut was released in 2004.

About Busted

This young English trio mixes Brit pop flair with American-styled punk-pop for a sound that's young, brash and oh-so-accessible to the teen demographic. Busted first appeared on the U.K. music scene in 2002 with the snotty little single, "What I Go To School For." It wasn't the overly sweet pop hooks that had kids talking so much as the band's lustful, pubescent thoughts about their teacher. Needless to say, Busted's smirking pop was a hit to the tune of three No. 1 singles and two triple-platinum albums in the U.K. Busted's American debut was released in 2004.

About Busted

This young English trio mixes Brit pop flair with American-styled punk-pop for a sound that's young, brash and oh-so-accessible to the teen demographic. Busted first appeared on the U.K. music scene in 2002 with the snotty little single, "What I Go To School For." It wasn't the overly sweet pop hooks that had kids talking so much as the band's lustful, pubescent thoughts about their teacher. Needless to say, Busted's smirking pop was a hit to the tune of three No. 1 singles and two triple-platinum albums in the U.K. Busted's American debut was released in 2004.