John Davis and the Monster Orchestra were an American disco band, noted for their lead member (John Davis), who lent his name to the band as well as producing all of their output.They released their first album, Night and Day, in 1976. The 12" single, "I Can't Stop", was one of its original tunes. The album enjoyed minor success and their second release was 1977's Up Jumped The Devil. By 1978 the band's third album, Ain't That Enough For You, was released. The album was their most commercially successful release, featuring the self-titled hit "Ain't That Enough For You." It gave the outfit their only UK hit when it reached #70 in the UK Singles Chart.1979's The Monster Orchestra Strikes Again! would be their final album release. The album spawned two 12" singles; "Love Magic" would rival their previous success, whilst "Bourgie Bourgie" was a cover version of the Ashford & Simpson penned song.John Davis and the Monster Orchestra released a last gramophone record in 1981. Available only on a 12" single, "Hangin' Out" charted on Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart in August 1981 and topped at number 46. In 1990, a remix of "(Feel The) Love Magic" was released and it became a club hit again. In 1992 Davis wrote, produced and performed the "Theme From Beverly Hills, 90210."