The winners of the 1981 Eurovision Song Contest, British quartet Bucks Fizz were, throughout the early '80s, regarded among the most successful bands of their era, chalking up no less than nine Top 20 hits between 1981-1983, including three chart-toppers, "Making Your Mind Up" (their Eurovision winner), "The Land of Make Believe," and "My Camera Never Lies." The band's total chart record includes 20 Top 40 entries, and it was 1988 before Bucks Fizz finally stopped scoring hits -- not a bad record for a group that did not even exist before the Eurovision Song Contest. Bucks Fizz were the brainchild of the production/writing team of Nicola Martin and Andy Hill, and were formed specifically to perform a song the duo had written for the contest. Adhering to the two male, two female formula that had proved so successful at the contest in the years since ABBA's 1974 victory, the group lined up as Jay Aston, Cheryl Baker, Bobby G, and Mike Nolan and, with Eurovision under their belt, they were to prove unstoppable. Three further hits during 1981 -- "Piece of the Action," "One of Those Nights," and "Land of Make Believe" were accompanied by an eponymous LP that reached number 14 on the U.K. chart; into 1982, the Are You Ready album went Top Ten, while "My Camera Never Lies," "Now Those Days Are Gone," and "If You Can't Stand the Heat" maintained the band's singles success.