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Sprite Boy came about because of what the company perceived as a problem in the marketplace. Although the brand's name was "Coca-Cola," many people had given it the nickname "Coke" instead. At the time, the Company discouraged use of "Coke," but people continued to use the name. Items featuring Sprite Boy have always been popular with those who collect Coca-Cola memorabilia. Many of the collectors remember the Sprite Boy advertising, or simply like his friendly smile. A sought-after collectible of the era is the "Welcome Friend, Have a Coke" lithographed tavern sign. The 1940s piece was especially designed to go with the fixtures and decoration of high-class taverns.
Cola Boy was a side project of English dance band Saint Etienne, who were made up of keyboardists Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs, together with vocalist Sarah Cracknell. This song came about as a result of Saint Etienne spending much of late 1990 doing personal appearances in clubs . As a result of the song's success, Arista wanted a follow-up and "He Is Cola," which sampled Suzi Quatro's "Can The Can" was recorded. However the single flopped and Saint Etienne folded their side project.
CreditsIan Catt - Composer
Cola Boy - Primary Artist
Bob Stanley - Composer
Pete Wiggs - Composer
|1||He Is Cola Ian Catt / Bob Stanley / Pete Wiggs||Cola Boy|
|2||He Is Cola (Nautilus Workout Mix) Ian Catt / Bob Stanley / Pete Wiggs||Cola Boy|
|3||He Is Cola (Full Length) Ian Catt / Bob Stanley / Pete Wiggs||Cola Boy|