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Deacon Blue - Singles CD £2.99 delivered @ HMV

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With no less than five Top 5 UK albums and 18 Top 40 singles, Deacon Blue's contribution to the British pop landscape is not to be sniffed at. Though the band broke up in the middle of the 90s – rumou… Read More
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[mod] 6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
With no less than five Top 5 UK albums and 18 Top 40 singles, Deacon Blue's contribution to the British pop landscape is not to be sniffed at. Though the band broke up in the middle of the 90s – rumour has it they buckled under the pressure of (unsuccessfully) trying to break the US market – they recently reformed, playing to crowds of 30,000 and even getting back in the studio to record new material. Following the 2006 re-release of their classic debut LP Raintown – which spent an incredible 77 weeks in the album chart from May 1987 - Singles offers 16 of the band's 80s/90s hits, plus three new tracks. Starting with their debut smash, "Dignity" the compilation moves through their best known commercial hits – "Real Gone Kid", "Wages Day" and "Fergus Sings The Blues" (all from the 1989 album When The World Knows Your Name)– as well as material from more experimental releases such as Fellow Hoodlums (1991) and Whatever You Say, Say Nothing (1993). Despite being recorded in an era not known for dating well, the tracks here maintain an evergreen freshness, to the point where new songs "The One About Loneliness", "Haunted" and "Bigger Than Dynamite" seem perfectly in place with the rest of the retrospective

1. Dignity
2. Real Gone Kid
3. Wages Day
4. Fergus Sings The Blues
5. Twist And Shout
6. Bigger Than Dynamite
7. Your Swaying Arms
8. Your Town
9. I'll Never Fall In Love Again
10. Chcolate Girl
11. When Will You (Make My Telephone Ring)
12. Love And Regret
13. I Was Right And You Were Wrong
14. Loaded
15. Queen Of The New Year
16. Only Tender Love
17. Cover From The Sky
18. Haunted
19. One About Loneliness

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#1
great album great price
#2
Excellent band!
#3
For I long time I thought Deak and Blue were a duo...
#4
Great band, great CD, great price. Hot.
#5
Very hot! Worst ever live band though.
#6
Used to love these 'back in the day'! Heat added.
#7
God this makes me feel old 20 odd years ago. Classic stuff
#8
leather
Very hot! Worst ever live band though.

No way! check them out live here and tell me again they are the worst!
#9
Thanks.

Any thoughts whether the 2 disc 'Dignity' Best of is worth the £2 extra?
#10
The best album to go for would be their first, "Raintown" absolute classic, every songs a killer!

Cheers 8)
Phil

Edited By: triops on Aug 11, 2010 09:59: spelling
#11
adam.mt
Thanks.

Any thoughts whether the 2 disc 'Dignity' Best of is worth the £2 extra?


Depends if you've got any of their other albums. If I didn't have much of their stuff I'd shell out the extra £2 for 'Dignity', which is an excellent introduction to an excellent band.

And to whoever said they were a terrible live band (above) - nonsense, they were (and are) one of the best live bands out there.

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