An old friend, Peter, gave me this single of The Word Girl
as a present. Must have been around 1989, 1990? The best Scritti song ever!
I wasn't an all out singles collector. But when i came across one i liked, i bought it. L Is For Lover performed by Al Jarreau is written by Green Gartside and David Gamson. The early 90s Shabba and Scritti single She's A Woman
next to it.
, the best packaging of a Pet Shop Boys single ever! And a baby clip too. I mean, a clip with lots of babies in it.
Especially the backside with this sunny picture of Neil Tennant.
DjCulture is pretty basic, still good. Next to it this lovely girl, what is her name? Aaah... Patsy Kensit! I'm Not Scared
This section is of singles i bought in the 70s. Between eight and twelve years old. Fleetwood Mac had a huge hit with Go Your Own Way
. And i loved I'll Play The Fool
Ooh... Make Me Smile
is a great song! And Steve Harley was kinda cute. I know, i've already added this song to my spotify MIX playlists. But there are many more songs here to add! Like Hot Chocolate's So You Win Again.
A single from Stevie Wonder. I believe it was with an album. And next to it Madness
. A bit older here, around fourteen years old.
These boys, hmm, sorry, didn't do that much really.
A box from The Ex, a Dutch punk band. They still do exist, have worked all over the world. Found a few video's of this set Dignity Of Labour
OK, these singles i bought mostly in the late 80s. I was studying at the time and i really didn't have a lot of money. So i went in the record shops and flipped through the vanished from the top 40 singles. Most were 1 guilder, less than 50 cents in today's money. One song: Apparently Nothing
from the Young Disciples.