Greek Buck were a Canadian musical duo, consisting of Don Pyle (formerly of Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet and Phono-Comb) and Andrew Zealley. They are best known for "Spunk", the theme song to the American television series Queer as Folk. Originally billed as "Barely Pink", they changed their name to "Greek Buck" in 1998.
Pyle and Zealley also composed the scores to several films by John Greyson (including Proteus, The Law of Enclosures and the short films This is Nothing and Herr), Sarah Polley (I Shout Love) and Wrik Mead (Fruit Machine, Hoolboom, Camp). CD releases of the soundtracks were billed as "Don Pyle + Andrew Zealley" to set them apart from the other Greek Buck releases.
Greek Buck recorded with a number of notable vocalists and musicians including Caroline Azar, Ian Blurton, Joel Gibb, Sandro Perri, and actress Sarah Polley.
Zealley has also worked as a film and television composer separately from Pyle, and has been a remixer for electronic music artists under the name PSBEUYS.
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