Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Top Customer Reviews
Moments of excellence (You Are Love, Soul & Inspiration, I Want You To Be My Girl, Run For Your Life, Multiplication) alongside quite frankly, three of their worst ever songs - 'Good Timing' (a cover), 'Do It Again' and 'Tribute'.
Dave Bartram (lead singer) also did a brilliant solo single in 1983 ('Black Ice' / 'Excitement') which would have been a worthy inclusion as it was released between 'Goody Goody' and 'Soul & Inspiration' I think, but I guess getting the rights etc. proved too difficult. Whatever, the quality of the A-Sides on this collection is consistent and most of the self-written B-Sides are also strong.
Although their most successful period ended in late 1979, some of these singles still hit the Top 40 and 'Who Put The Bomp?' was their last TOTP performance in September 1982.
It's great to have all of their singles collected together over 3 CD's (including 23 Top 40 entries over 9 years!) and I recommend the 3 volumes to all lovers of energetic pop music that you can listen to many times over.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As a huge Showaddywaddy fan I have heard and enjoyed the songs for many years, and will continue to do so. Read morePublished on 27 April 2003 by D. Pearce
After giving this CD a listen twice in a row,i have to say 7T'S have done a superb job with all the Showaddywaddy re-releases so far. Read morePublished on 3 April 2003 by Mr. R. Spencer