The Refreshments had exactly two hits. The first was this song from their 1996 album, Fizzy, Fuzzy, Big and Buzzy. The second was a track called “Yahoos and Triangles” which started out as a song they used as a soundcheck warmup. It later became known as the opening theme for the TV series King of the Hill. I’ll bet they’ve made more money from “Yahoos and Triangles” then “Banditos”—not that this is a bad thing, of course.