Showaddywaddy The Complete Singles Collection 1974 - 1987 Limited Signed Edition Collector's Edition Box Set @ Amazon £30.01
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Showaddywaddy The Complete Singles Collection 1974 - 1987 Limited Signed Edition Collector's Edition Box Set @ Amazon £30.01

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Found 15th MayEdited by:"amazoncrazy"
Showaddywaddy had more UK hits in the 1970s than any other act…including Abba! From their winning appearance on an edition of ‘New Faces’, the ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ of the day, to become runners-up in the series’ ‘All Winners Final’, it took just a matter of months until the band released and secured their debut hit, ‘Hey Rock And Roll’, which reached #2 in the UK Singles Chart. This extensive anthology features the band’s entire UK Singles catalogue, including the Million-Selling #1 single, ‘Under The Moon Of Love’, in this 89-track, 33CD box set.
The box set also includes TWO BONUS CDs; Showaddywaddy’s original ‘Greatest Hits’ (#4) and ‘Greatest Hits 1976-1978 (#1).
All CDs are packaged in replica mini-sleeves, which includes some of their international release artwork.
The 36-page booklet includes a 10,000 word liner note from expert Steve Thorpe and an introduction from the band’s Dave Bartram.
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Awesome!
rd3d215/05/2019 19:23

Awesome!


totally agree absolutely one of the greatest.
I was only looking for a . ...little bit of soap
I have all these, plus albums. Heat
Hi Amazoncrazy. Not sure what has happened but I’m not receiving any of your deals anymore and can’t message you. Have you any idea what’s happened?
Just had to click through to see if there were any Darts CD's.
Why do they no longer get any airtime?
I have their main hits in vinyl - Under the moon of love!
I always thought them a little similar to Mudd - is that fair?
For me the greatest decade in music history will always be the 1980s, so many different genres where created and experimented with then. I think the 70s with disco was a good era too, I can't enjoy everything that cam out in the 60s, sadly everything after the 90s just doesn't cut it for me. I have tried to listen to a lot of more recent music, but it all seems forced and over produced - you know things are bad when Madonna jumps onto the "mixed language" release. It just seems like a gimmick rather than an artistic decision...

We do seem to be very lucky here in the UK (aren't the stats something like 2/3 of all worldwide "number ones" are from UK bands/artists?). Also Belfast seems to get a hefty percentage of tour dates, with a lot of recent tours choosing to start in Belfast!
I do have a very eclectic taste in music and rarely do I feel compelled to turn the radio off, I tolerate most music and enjoy a very large range!
Really? £30 for CDs? Really expensive. Don't get me wrong - love a bit of Showaddywaddy and Darts, but surely just a regular Greatest Hits album for a fiver will do the job just as well?
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