Overweight, but never overrated, is an apt description for the 750-pound Fat Boys in the early '80s. And thanks to the hefty lip gymnastics of one Darren Robinson aka the Human Beatbox, this Brooklyn trio's 1984 debut gets major props for giving life to the art of beatboxing.

The rest is just filled with fun, carefree tracks like 'All You Can Eat,' where the lyrics simply state, "$3.99 for all you can eat / I'm gonna stuff my face to a funky beat."





Listen to the Fat Boys' 'Human Beat Box'