The 18.104.22.168's are a Japanese all-female rock and roll group with a heavily surf-influenced garage rock sound. The band was formed in Tokyo, Japan in 1986; its current lineup consists of founding members Yoshiko 'Ronnie' Fujiyama (vocals, guitar) and her sister Sachiko Fujiyama (drums), and long-time bassist Akiko Omo. The derivation for the group's name is their sizable repertoire of rock and roll covers from the 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s. Already well known in their homeland, the group first achieved international cult fame as a result of an appearance in the 2003 film Kill Bill Volume 1. "Woo Hoo" (a cover of the Rock-a-Teens' original hit) would achieve further fame through its usage in an advertisement for the voice over IP service Vonage in Canada and the United States. In the United Kingdom, it was used to advertise Carling brand beer. As a result of this exposure it reached #28 on the UK Singles Chart in 2004, eight years after it was originally released.
For those who have never been to London, the capital of Britain is associated with fog, Big Ben, and of course guards in bear caps. Yes, it is in London, as well as Kensington’s Victorian charm, the ever-singing Picadilly and Carnaby, Sherlock Holmes’s apartment and the oldest subway in the world.