That was my way of thinking - I've only ever bought one single in my life.Jason wrote:Brothers in Arms by Dire Straits. I wanted to get the single Money for Nothing but my Dad persuaded me that it was most cost effective to get the album. I'm glad I did. It was a great album.
Not sure what happened to it. I can't find it in my collection any more. I suspect that it was loaned out and never returned.
I used to have the movie of The Wall on video. I loaned it to someone and they (somehow) managed to erase it. I didn't discover this for quite some time.Stultus Saxum wrote:Oh dear: First single was Haircut 100, Love plus one.
However, this was preceded by buying Pink Floyd - The Wall.
I remember the first time Culture Club were on Top of the Pops. One of the guys I worked with came in the next day saying how gorgeous the lead singer was. You should have seen his face when someone said "You mean Boy George?"Polly wrote::oops: ghostbusters soundtrack & charma chameleon by boy george - in my defence i was only about 6 and didn't know any better
chris.ph wrote:i put really coz nobody buys golden brown as their first single they buy rubbish_ mine was everbody was kung fu fighting by carl douglas
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