Today's Tedious Link:
The Buzzcocks - Ever Fallen In Love
'I Don't Want A Lover' was released in February 1989, the same month that 'Belfast Child' was a hit for Simple Minds. Simple Minds are fronted by Jim Kerr, who has a son with Patsy Kensit, who also has a son with Liam Gallagher, who also has a son with Nicole Appleton, who used to go out with Robbie Williams, who also dated Rachel Hunter, who was married to Rod Stewart, who had a big hit with 'Sailing'. Sailing involves wearing waterproof clothing, as does mountaineering. Mountaineering is popular in Snowdonia in North Wales. North Wales is where Lisa Scott-Lee is from, who used to be in Steps with H. 'H' in the world of civil aviation signifies a heliport, which is somewhere you land a helicopter. The design for the helicopter was based on a dragonfly. Dragonflies are more common in the summer, as are bees. Bees go 'buzz', which links to The Buzzcocks and 'Ever Fallen In Love'.
Week Released - 23rd September 1978
Number One That Week - 10 CC: Dreadlock Holiday
Record Label - United Artists UP
Chart History - 11 weeks/No.12
Recommended Buzzcocks Single: Ever Fallen In Love (1978)
Recommended Buzzcocks Album: Love Bites (1978)
MC Fact Attack:
This album contains four bonus tracks. Woo. That's about as good as facts get isn't it. Also re released as a Peel tribute last year. RIP. The aforementioned recommended album "Love Bites", is pictured above).
[Transcribed by Nicola_Red]