The band Shiloh Wild began scoring no-budget films before releasing rock and roll video singles. Their history as a three piece ended when one of the three Fudalik brothers moved to Ocala, taking his signature bass sound with him. The band continued as a two piece of Tim Fudalik (drums) and Thomas Fudalik (all other instruments). Tim and Tom decided to change the band's name at that point rather than capitalize on the "name" they built while Scott Fudalik was an active member of the band. The name for the two-man formation of the group became "Fudge Club". They made a music video where the first piece of music by Fudge Club debuted, a single and video produced by director Frank Stamm. This first music video for a Fudge Club song ("Duesenberg All The Way") featured staple actor in Stamm's films, Del Rivers, as vocalist.
Following the success of the first Del Rivers/Fudge Club collaboration, Del & the Club recorded a second single for producer Nigel B.B. Harrison. Harrison pressed the band in the direction of "world music". Communications broke down between producer and band sometime after a new single had been recorded, and video footage had been shot. Stamm was called in to edit the footage. The band's second music video is for the song "Ape Farmers". Stamm made some cynical changes to the video credits suggesting it had been filmed in Ecuador, in keeping with Harrison's world music leanings.
A link to the first video:
A link to a second video: