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Every Loser Wins

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Records that aren't in picture sleeves will either be in a company sleeve or a generic plain sleeve. The Record Will Show Signs That it has been used, Quite a few Fine Marks on Media, Around 5 - 10 Would Be Acceptable, Surface noise is common at the Very Beginning of Playback, and Surface Noise Will Possibly be present only at the Quietest parts of Playback, Sleeve Will Have Either Have Heavy Wear to Corners or Wear to edges. It’s not even our one and only ‘Eastenders’ chart-topper… (And, if we’re being thorough, we have already had an one, years before the show was even a twinkle in a producer’s eye, from Wendy Richard in 1962.

Every Loser Wins is a 1986 song written by Simon May, Stewart James and Bradley James for the BBC television soap opera EastEnders. EastEnders’ producer Julia Smith was very unhappy about this but Davidson defied her, telling him she could kill his character off if she wasn’t happy. On release the song was a success spending three weeks at number one on the UK Singles Chart in October and November 1986, becoming the second biggest-selling single in the UK that year (after "Don't Leave Me This Way" by The Communards). Some user-contributed text on this page is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. I am keeping my fingers crossed that the album will be as big a hit as Every Loser Wins,” he said, but like his character Wicksy, Berry soon gave up any musical dreams. In the issue for the week ending 15 November 1986, so fed up had they become with ‘EastEnders’ stars making records that a No. This single – a duet between Letitia Dean and Paul J Medford – was promoted at the EMI sales conference in September 1986 as being by The Banned, the group featured in the storyline described above. Glenn] Hoddle can make or break a game but I don’t think he can handle the problems of the attitude.

He went on to concentrate of developing his high baritone singing voice and his dancing ability and ever since has been in demand for musical productions, starring in several West End shows. Having already seen the birth of the comedy-charity single earlier in the year, is it time to declare 1986 as the year that destroyed the charts…? The composers Simon May, Stewart James and Bradley James, each received an Ivor Novello Award for the composition. And again, listening to that for the first time, it isn’t quite as awful as I was anticipating either… I must be in a good mood tonight!They suggested to Ross Davidson that he make a record with his real-life partner and co-star Shirley Cheriton (Debbie Wilkins); she declined so instead it was decided to cut a solo single.

Please remember it can take some time for Paypal or your card issuer to process and post the refund. Dobson used this opportunity to launch a brief recording career, but this lasted barely longer than her tenure on the show. Every Loser Wins" was the second biggest-selling single in the UK that year (after "Don't Leave Me This Way" by The Communards).

Record Mirror (31 May 1986) asked Dean about England’s prospects: “I must admit I wouldn’t take Bryan Robson.

The composers, Simon May, Stewart James and Bradley James each received an Ivor Novello Award for the composition. Because they’re unique to every user, proxy bidders will never reveal your maximum bid to anybody else.NOTE: Please do not add content from the BBC iPlayer's early episodes until it has been aired on television, as it is intrusive to our readers who may not have seen the episode on iPlayer. The worst bit is the horrible three-note synth flourish that pierces the mellow mood every few lines, and on which the song ends. Condition - This item is in Excellent condition or better (unless it says otherwise in the above description).

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