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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 108. Not illustrated. Chapters: Heavenly, the Field Mice, the Orchids, the Hit Parade, Sarah Records Discography, Secret Shine, the Wake, Talulah Gosh, Blueboy, St. Christopher, 14 Iced Bears, Orlando, Aberdeen, Another Sunny Day, Striving Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 108. Not illustrated. Chapters: Heavenly, the Field Mice, the Orchids, the Hit Parade, Sarah Records Discography, Secret Shine, the Wake, Talulah Gosh, Blueboy, St. Christopher, 14 Iced Bears, Orlando, Aberdeen, Another Sunny Day, Striving for the Lazy Perfection, the Sea Urchins, East River Pipe, Sensitive, Even as We Speak, Skywriting, Unholy Soul, Lyceum, Snowball, Missing the Moon, Northern Picture Library, for Keeps, Emma's House, Harvey Williams, Coastal, Epicurean, the Autumn Store Part One, the Autumn Store Part Two, So Said Kay, September's Not So Far Away, Burning World. Excerpt: The Hit Parade is a pop music group based in London, UK. Named after the NBC US TV show Your Hit Parade which was broadcast across America in the 1950s as a showcase of the best of chart music, The Hit Parade was formed in 1984 by three schoolfriends Raymond Watts, Matthew Moffatt and Julian Henry. The group have released six CDs and nine singles to date. The Hit Parade are from the suburbs to the west of London in the UK. The band recorded their first three singles in the Raymond Watt's garage working alongside experimental noise groups Psychic TV and Einsturzende Neubauten who were both recording there at the time. The Hit Parade's early records "My Favourite Girl" and "The Sun Shines In Gerrards Cross" became Singles Of The Week in Melody Maker, Record Mirror and other music publications, and were played on Radio 1 by DJs including John Peel, David 'Kid' Jenson, Janice Long and others. They were tipped in the pop magazines to become 'the next Wham' and to be 'as hot as a-Ha'. The Hit Parade has never been commercially successful in part because the three core members have been occupied in other activities. Watts moved to Berlin in 1989 to record with industrial rock acts, Henry developed a successful career in marketing and journalism while ...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 108. Not illustrated. Chapters: Heavenly, the Field Mice, the Orchids, the Hit Parade, Sarah Records Discography, Secret Shine, the Wake, Talulah Gosh, Blueboy, St. Christopher, 14 Iced Bears, Orlando, Aberdeen, Another Sunny Day, Striving Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 108. Not illustrated. Chapters: Heavenly, the Field Mice, the Orchids, the Hit Parade, Sarah Records Discography, Secret Shine, the Wake, Talulah Gosh, Blueboy, St. Christopher, 14 Iced Bears, Orlando, Aberdeen, Another Sunny Day, Striving for the Lazy Perfection, the Sea Urchins, East River Pipe, Sensitive, Even as We Speak, Skywriting, Unholy Soul, Lyceum, Snowball, Missing the Moon, Northern Picture Library, for Keeps, Emma's House, Harvey Williams, Coastal, Epicurean, the Autumn Store Part One, the Autumn Store Part Two, So Said Kay, September's Not So Far Away, Burning World. Excerpt: The Hit Parade is a pop music group based in London, UK. Named after the NBC US TV show Your Hit Parade which was broadcast across America in the 1950s as a showcase of the best of chart music, The Hit Parade was formed in 1984 by three schoolfriends Raymond Watts, Matthew Moffatt and Julian Henry. The group have released six CDs and nine singles to date. The Hit Parade are from the suburbs to the west of London in the UK. The band recorded their first three singles in the Raymond Watt's garage working alongside experimental noise groups Psychic TV and Einsturzende Neubauten who were both recording there at the time. The Hit Parade's early records "My Favourite Girl" and "The Sun Shines In Gerrards Cross" became Singles Of The Week in Melody Maker, Record Mirror and other music publications, and were played on Radio 1 by DJs including John Peel, David 'Kid' Jenson, Janice Long and others. They were tipped in the pop magazines to become 'the next Wham' and to be 'as hot as a-Ha'. The Hit Parade has never been commercially successful in part because the three core members have been occupied in other activities. Watts moved to Berlin in 1989 to record with industrial rock acts, Henry developed a successful career in marketing and journalism while ...

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