Bucks Fizz - Rules Of The Game FLAC album
Title: Rules Of The Game
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Rules of the Game Lyrics. Love was your hero Why did you let it go? Face of the week It was TV Times You've got your life And I've got mine, so you say. Fame goes to your head Pictures above every boy's bed You don't answer the 'phone anymore In case it's the public Oh, what a bore they can be! Love is the ballet where the dancer falls Love is the game where the loser calls Always make sure that you know the rules of the game The rules of the game The rules of the game The rules of the game.
London Town" is a 1983 single by UK pop group Bucks Fizz. It was their first single not to reach the UK top 20, breaking a run of nine consecutive top 20 hits. The song was written and produced by Andy Hill. Released in September 1983, this was the group's tenth single. The song became their first single to peak outside the top twenty after nine consecutive top 20 hits. Eventually reaching N. 4, the song remained on the chart for six weeks.
Run for Your Life" is a 1983 single by UK pop group Bucks Fizz. It was written by Andy Hill and Ian Bairnson and became the group's eighth consecutive top 20 hit in the UK. It featured on the group's third album Hand Cut. "Run for Your Life" was written by the group's regular songwriter Andy Hill and Ian Bairnson, who was a prolific session guitarist and had worked with Bucks Fizz many times. It was also produced by Hill. The song's lyrics talk about feelings of paranoia and insecurity.
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Eighties pop band Bucks Fizz have announced details of their first album in more than three decades. The group will release The F-Z Of Pop - their first record since 1986 - on September 22. The collection has been produced by Mike Stock and is trailed by lead single Dancing In The Rain. Mike is one-third of hit making production outfit Stock Aitken Waterman, who helmed a string of hits throughout the '80s for Kylie Minogue, Rick Astley, Mel & Kim, Bananarama and Dead or Alive. Because of a legal dispute with former member Bobby G, the group are now known as 'The Fizz'. Regardless, the lineup includes three members of the group who won Eurovision in 1981 with Making Your Mind Up – Cheryl Baker, Jay Aston and Mike Nolan - plus new member Bobby McVay. The Fizz are part of British pop heritage," Mike Stock said of working with the group. They are extraordinary artistes.
Eighties icons Bucks Fizz showed that they had lost none of their sparkle when they performed at the Music on the Hill charity concert in Kent. By Jason Chester for MailOnline. Published: 13:18 EDT, 1 August 2017 Updated: 19:17 EDT, 1 August 2017. They shot to fame after winning the 1981 Eurovision Song Contest with hit single Making Your Mind Up. But more than 30-years after releasing their last album eighties pop group Bucks Fizz – renamed as ‘The Fizz’ following a legal dispute – are poised to return with new music.
Again, Bucks Fizz found themselves the subject of newspaper headlines, where it emerged that jay Aston had been having an affair with Andy Hill - the husband of the group's creator Nichola Martin. Jay Aston sold her story to the press in an article headlined; 'The hateful, bitchy world of Bucks Fizz', while Cheryl Baker was keen to point out to the press that both her and Jay Aston were never friends. These proved to be the end for Bucks fizz as a recording band and after a concert tour in 1989, Preston left the group at the end of the year. With the focus on live work and touring, the group continued into the 1990's, now as a three-piece of baker, G and Nolan. By this time Baker had embarked on a seperate and successful career as a television presenter and was eager to start a family.
Again, Bucks Fizz found themselves the subject of newspaper headlines, where it emerged that Aston had been having an affair with Andy Hill - the husband of the group's creator Nichola Martin. Aston sold her story to the press in an article headlined; "The hateful, bitchy world of Bucks Fizz", while member Cheryl Baker was keen to point out that they were. "Rules of the Game - Official Chart History". Official Charts Company.
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|A||Rules Of The Game
Producer, Arranged By – Andy HillWritten-By – Warren Bacall
|B||When We Were At War
Producer – Bobby Gubby*Written-By – Bucks Fizz
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Ltd.
- Published By – RCA Music Ltd.
NotesThis a Special Gatefold Christmas edition with a different sleeve design.
|RCA 380, PB 68131||Bucks Fizz||Rules Of The Game (7", Single, Kno)||RCA, RCA||RCA 380, PB 68131||UK||1983|
|104221||Bucks Fizz||Rules Of The Game (7", Single)||RCA Victor||104221||Australia||1983|
|none||Bucks Fizz||Rules Of The Game (Acetate, 7", S/Sided)||Not On Label||none||UK||1983|
|RCA 380, PB 68131||Bucks Fizz||Rules Of The Game (7", Single, Sol)||RCA, RCA||RCA 380, PB 68131||UK||1983|
|PB 68131||Bucks Fizz||Rules Of The Game (7", Single, TP)||RCA||PB 68131||Germany||1983|