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First single you bought

Rock n Roll - Gary Glitter

Had no idea back then what he was up to...

Still think it's a great single.
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  • Part of the Union by the Strawbs.

    As a little kid I had no idea really what it meant but my Dad was a shop steward so guess there was a bit of influence.
  • Toni Basil
    micky
  • Long Haired Lover from Liverpool. I was 7 and remember buying it from a record shop at the top of Eltham High Street.
  • Cloudworm said:
    Toni Basil
    micky
    Me too.
  • Peaches by the Stranglers. 
  • Jimmy Ruffin - What becomes of the broken hearted.
  • edited November 20
    Kisses Sweeter Than Wine…….Jimmie Rodgers 1957.
    I was 9.
  • edited November 20
    Back Home by the England squad.
    My first ‘pop’ single was When I’m Dead And Gone by McGuiness Flint. Still love that song today. 👍🏻
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  • Crazy Horses = The Osmonds.
  • Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick - Ian Dury & The Blockheads 1979.
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    Not sure but i think it was 'i heard it through the grapevine' by Marvin Gaye.
    Still one of my favourite songs.
  • Addickted said:
    Crazy Horses = The Osmonds.
    You cannot be serious!!!!!
  • KettsJohn said:
    Long Haired Lover from Liverpool. I was 7 and remember buying it from a record shop at the top of Eltham High Street.
    That was the first single that I had from new, my Nan bought it for me.

    First one I bought myself was Blondie, Atomic.
  • Spirits in the Material World, The Police
  • Race with the devil - The Gun
  • KettsJohn said:
    Long Haired Lover from Liverpool. I was 7 and remember buying it from a record shop at the top of Eltham High Street.
    That was the first single that I had from new, my Nan bought it for me.

    First one I bought myself was Blondie, Atomic.
    Strange, I had you down for this.

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  • Let’s Dance - Bowie 
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  • Addickted said:
    Crazy Horses = The Osmonds.
    You cannot be serious!!!!!
    I was 10.

    And as a budding pianist I adored the slide on the keyboard.
  • Rock n Roll - Gary Glitter

    Had no idea back then what he was up to...

    Still think it's a great single.

    I've still got a few of his albums and now and then I'll dig em out for a listen (with headphones of course) ;)
  • KettsJohn said:
    Long Haired Lover from Liverpool. I was 7 and remember buying it from a record shop at the top of Eltham High Street.
    That was the first single bought for me. I loved it but then I was about 4 I think lol.

    My first single bought by myself with money my Aunt gave me to spend on our day trip to Brighton was So Good To Be Back Home Again by The Tourists. I still love it 😎
  • The Dean and I - 10cc
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    Gave my Sister my pocket money when I was 9 to buy 2 little boys ! Great song btw, loved Splodges version too.
  • edited November 20
    ...Hole in my Shoe...Traffic... B)
  • Gave my Sister my pocket money when I was 9 to buy 2 little boys ! Great song btw, loved Splodges version too.
    I loathe this song (even more so now 😳)
  • iaitch said:
    Jimmy Ruffin - What becomes of the broken hearted.
    Great record
  • Embarrassed to say ..2 little boys ..by he who cant be mentioned 😊😊

    My tastes have matured since 
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