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ZebedyZak
Born in Wrexham, UK, 16 March 1962. My avatar is the original label of Elvis Presley's hit single "Can't Help Falling In Love" (RCA 1270), which was at Number One on the UK singles chart when I was born.

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ZebedyZak
5 hours ago
Chas And Dave With Rockney

A: Strummin'
B: I'm In Trouble
Problem Child, at least this site gives the correct release date for this single (Friday, October 27, 1978), unlike Wikipedia, on which some twit thinks this was released on a Sunday (November 5). I most definitely believe it was October 27, I would even put money on it.

ZebedyZak
12 hours ago
Elton John

A: Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
B: Shoulder Holster
You correctly said Tuesday 9th and Saturday 13th in your previous comment, Jack. If November 13th was a Saturday (as it was in 1976), then October 9th would have been a Saturday that year, thus making October 10th a Sunday. Anyway, regardless of all this, somebody has now changed the release date of this record to Tuesday, October 5th. The plot appears to thicken! Lol:)

ZebedyZak
30th Jan 2015
Elton John

A: Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
B: Shoulder Holster
At last, someone has sat up and taken notice. Thanks, My Friend Jack. :)

I have seen numerous other instances, not only on this site but elsewhere, that give a Sunday as the release date for a record. Why do you think that is, Jack? How come they don't take one look at it and think, "hold on, that can't be right, that date was a Sunday in that year"? I have commented on it several times on this site, but this is the first time it hasn't been ignored.

ZebedyZak
30th Jan 2015
Elton John

A: Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
B: Shoulder Holster
"A release date of 5 Nov 1976 is given in booklet 'The New Singles' No. 648"

It most probably WAS released on 5 November, because it entered the charts on 13 November. 5 November (a Friday in 1976) is certainly a more believable release date than 10 October, because I am still not convinced that records were released on Sundays.

ZebedyZak
26th Jan 2015
10 c.c.

A: Silly Love
B: The Sacro-Iliac
Now another pressing has been added since I last commented on this one. This shows the matrix number of "Sacro-iliac" as ZXDR 55126, just as I knew all along. So why does the other pressing say it's 55125? Did they release two different versions of "Sacro-iliac"?


Latest Contributed Records   View All 10 »

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Andy Williams

A: Marmalade, Molasses And Honey
B: Who Was It
CBS UKS CBS 10599 Feb 19737"98.0
Krokus

A: Heatstrokes
B: Shy Kid
Ariola UKARO 233Jun 19807"2 
Cherie And Marie Currie

A: This Time
B: Secrets
Capitol USA4841Feb 19807"1 
Heavy Metal Kids

A: Rock 'N' Roll Man
B: Hangin' On
Atlantic UKK 1046526 Jul 19747"1 
AC/DC

A: It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock 'N' Roll)
B: Can I Sit Next To You Girl
Albert Productions AustraliaAP-10990Dec 19757"4 


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