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Cliff Richard - Saviours Day.
*biggrin*MajorFubar said:Also a Parade of Pops on the Chevron label, with a sticker on the front saying 'Special Collectors' Edition In Red Vinyl' that my mum and dad bought for me when I was 10 in 1979. I remember my dad told me to look after it because it would be worth a lot of money in 30-40 years. He lied: they're on eBay for about £2.99.
B-side though wasn't it, iirc? No one was interested in the A side so the record company effectively turned the record over. Revived again in 1988 by The Timelords, mashed-up with the Sweet's Blockbuster, in 'Doctorin' The Tardis'knaithrover said:Gary Glitter : Rock n Roll part 2
About 1972, brilliant record by a repugnant man.
My Dad bought us a couple of those Pinky and Perky EP's and the soundtrack to Pinocchio, but my own first purchase, I think, was Tony Orlando and Dawn Tie a Yellow Ribbon on single and the album was The Carpenters singles collection of some sort.CnoEvil said:The first Vinyl I remember was a Pinky and Perky Single (on Red Vinyl, no less), when I was about 4.