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Raiders Of The Pop Charts - Parts 1 & 2

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The Millionaires were a Dutch pop group founded 1968 best known for their song at the Nationaal Songfestival of 1982, "Fantasy Island". Appallingly named London funk octet, produced by Kid Creole and opened for the Clash, credited as one of the capital's earliest adopters of rap breaks and a couple of them went on to open the first UK hip hop club. The Beat (known in the United States and Canada as The English Beat and in Australia as The British Beat) is a band founded in Birmingham, England, in 1978.

Toto Coelo (renamed Total Coelo in the US) was a 1980s British new wave group, masterminded by producer Barry Blue. And this third selection encompasses everyone else. Old lags, weirdos, outliers, noiseniks, bands that even more than the second lot really wouldn't appreciate being listed under the Britpop tag. It's all in the timing. their mark in this tale (and thus remind us that Raiders might be a review of, and requiem for, the whole of 1982). No record announced "Spring Is Here" in a less ironic way than Pelican West, They'd get a 42 and 49 in 1997 to go with 1996's Patio Song's 41 but also release an album which peaked at... 46. Wouldn't have felt appropriate to chart much higher British Electro-soul quartet's one and only single caught the pirate radio boom. Writer Kenton Nix would co-write Here Comes The HotstepperDo You Really Want to Hurt Me" is a song written and recorded by the British new wave band Culture Club. Though it's impossible to tell these things when they're going on, it seems clear Britpop couldn't go any further. But it had to, because everything around it hadn't - in fact it might have helped the change of government that April - and as a result it was surely too big to fail. Once Oasis had played to 250,000 at Knebworth in August 1996 the only way they could have continued was to get even bigger and bloatier, only for Be Here Now to spring a slow puncture unable to hold the girth of its songs, production and promotion alike. Blur let Graham take the controls and released their unashamedly transatlantic-eyed self-titled album early in the year - it contained a single that nearly ate the world, but it wasn't a Parklife/Great Escape continuation. Supergrass released a matured album pointedly called In It For The Money. Pulp retreated after the Brits fiasco of 1996, re-emerged in November with Help The Aged and in a not unconnected move lost key member Russell Senior. Suede and the Manic Street Preachers crested and, aside from arena shows, rested, waiting for things to die down. There was Catch. Dave Stewart (born David Lloyd Stewart, 30 December 1950) is an English keyboardist and composer who has worked with singer Barbara Gaskin since 1981. It's a tool, resource or reference for study, research, education, learning or teaching, that can be used by teachers, educators, pupils or students;

Dubious "noble savages" stance for "dance" duo who later had some US success as Giant Steps and one of whom co-wrote Hepburn's I Quit. Yeah, look impressed for the academic world: for school, primary, secondary, high school, middle, technical degree, college, university, undergraduate, master's or doctoral degrees; Hardly thrusting new talent given they formed in 1989 and the previous year had reached the top 75 of the album chart and released their celebrated reworking of Wuthering Heights, but... of talk them up one year, mark them down the next. Like Sons And Fascination was a bloody fourth year essay. An ink exercise partially crossed out with a red critical pen saying “See me.” But Sons And Fascination transcended all of that nonsense – to paraphrase Russell Brand said in The Guardian Yazoo (known as Yaz in North America for legal reasons involving Yazoo Records) were a British synthpop duo from Basildon, Essex, England, consisting of former Depeche Mode member Vince Clarke (keyboards) and Alison Moyet (vocals).All the information was extracted from Wikipedia, and it's available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Though given how auspicious the week was, probably not all the records that went out given a couple of titles and themes.

New York R&B singer teams up with Why Can't We Live Together? hitmaker - she'd have some success on the Billboard dance chart and then resurface on the US X Factor in 2013 under real name Lillie McCloud, finishing eighth. Signed to the Bluetones' own label, singer Sam Hazeldine, son of Bayleaf from London's Burning, is now a West End regular who was in a series of Peaky Blinders

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Unionpedia is a concept map or semantic network organized like an encyclopedia – dictionary. It gives a brief definition of each concept and its relationships. In what amounts to a history of the last twenty-five years of popular music, respected music journalist Garry Mulholland has compiled a list of the 500 greatest singles since The Sex Pistols' seminal "Anarchy in the UK"*. In incisive, outspoken and informative essays, Mulholland challenges the accepted standpoint of music journalism to produce an entertaining, nostalgic and provocative read. Incidentally, the title comes from a 1977 entry in the book by the Rezillos. German big "going off" vibes techno duo associated with Bass Bumpers, who did reach the top 30 in 1992 and were involved with the Crazy Frog recordings Love Plus One" is a 1982 single by the British new wave band Haircut One Hundred from their debut album Pelican West.

Zoom" is an R&B song by American band Fat Larry's Band released as the fourth single from their fifth studio album, Breakin' Out (1982).Ronco is an American company that manufactures and sells a variety of items and devices, most commonly those used in the kitchen. Gentlemen Take Polaroids is the fourth studio album by the English band Japan, released on 24 October 1980 by record label Virgin. Longstanding politicised LA melodic punks, weirdly successful in Germany though they've reached the US top 20 albums as recently as 2013 and guitarist Brett Gurewitz runs Epitath who had The Offspring on their roster at the time. Hannah Waddingham, a big West End musical theatre star who appeared in the Les Miserables film and had a short run in Game Of Thrones (she was the one who forced Cersei to admit to her crimes), with the big showstopper from Andrew Lloyd Webber and Ben Elton's The Beautiful Game

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