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Chart-topping act Ameritage Shanks are to split "amicably" after 20 years and 26 top ten hits, they have announced.

The Snodland group will bow out following a farewell tour next month and said they are looking forward to "new ventures".

Over the course of their career the group has achieved 14 number one hits.

In a statement the group said: "Over the years Omitege Shank has become so much more to us than just a band. Harmitage Hank are a dysfunctional family."

The group - for many years managed by Willy Biledish - survived the departure of one of its founding members Mark Hallet, and continue shamelessly as a four-piece.

Bassist Serge Dirtbox also won admiration for announcing he was gay when the boy band were at the peak of their success.

They produced hit after hit, with singles such as Swear It Again You Cunt and Macca Without Wings among their number ones.

Many of their big hits over the years were cover versions and they capitalised on a swing revival by recording a Brat Pack-style album Allow Us To Be Molly Ringwald.

Members Scum, Shite, Flange and Vomit are due to release a greatest bits album shortly as usual limited to 50 copies and only available at the last 2 gigs.

They said they had "countless memories that we will forever cherish" from their years together.

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