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Showaddywaddy: Gold (3CD)

Showaddywaddy: Gold (3CD)


  1. Under The Moon Of Love
  2. Hey Rock And Roll
  3. Sea Cruise
  4. I Wonder Why
  5. Sweet Georgia
  6. I Wanna Take You Home
  7. The Party
  8. You Got What It Takes
  9. That’s Alright With Me
  10. Lookin’ Back
  11. Good Times
  12. Trocadero
  13. (You’ve Got) Personality
  14. Paint Your Picture
  15. That’s Rock & Roll
  16. Pretty Little Angel Eyes
  17. You Will Lose Your Love Tomorrow
  18. Chain Gang
  19. Shake
  20. Three Steps To Heaven
  1. Dancin’ Party
  2. Remember Then
  3. Rollercoaster
  4. Gypsy Rose-Lee
  5. A Little Bit Of Soap
  6. I Appreciate The Job
  7. Sing On Louise
  8. I Want You To Be My Girl
  9. Who Put The Bomp (In The Bomp-A-Bomp-A-Bomp)?
  10. Rock & Roll Music
  11. In Above Your Head
  12. Weekend
  13. Heavenly
  14. One Of These Days
  15. Go Johnny Go
  16. Sweet Music
  17. Pretty Little One
  18. Swansong
  19. Always & Ever
  20. Sweet Little Rock ‘N’ Roller
  1. When
  2. Multiplication
  3. Blue Jean Baby
  4. Cutie
  5. Old Habits Die Hard
  6. Johnny Remember Me
  7. A Night At Daddy Gee’s
  8. (You’re My) Soul And Inspiration
  9. Record Machine
  10. Heartbeat
  11. Lost
  12. Why Do Lovers Break Each Other’s Hearts?
  13. Feelin’
  14. Rock ‘N’ Roll Lady
  15. Then Came You
  16. Goody Goody
  17. Blue Moon
  18. Foolin’ Around With My Heart
  19. Footsteps
  20. I Can Do It
  21. Hey Mister Christmas

About this release

19th April 2019 is the 45th Anniversary of the release of Showaddywaddy’s debut hit
‘Hey Rock And Roll’.

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 Showaddywaddy released their debut hit, ‘Hey Rock And Roll’.

The single reached #2 in the UK Singles Chart.

Showaddywaddy eventually had more UK hits in the 1970s than any other act…including Abba!