Showaddywaddy: Studio Albums 1974-1983

Showaddywaddy SKU: 39509499
Showaddywaddy: Studio Albums 1974-1983

Showaddywaddy: Studio Albums 1974-1983

Showaddywaddy SKU: 39509499

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $146.99

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Title: Studio Albums 1974-1983
Artist: Showaddywaddy
Label: Demon Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5014797900240
Genre: Rock

Limited box set containing eight 180gm individually colored vinyl LP pressings with signed 10" X 8" print. Celebrating 45 years since Showaddywaddy released their debut single, 'Hey Rock And Roll'. The Studio LP Collection 1974-1983 comprises the band's eight consecutive studio albums, from 1974's Showaddywaddy (UK #9/1974), Step Two (UK #7/1975), Trocadero (UK #41/1976), Red Star (UK #20/1977), Crepes & Drapes (UK #8/1979), Bright Lights (UK #33/1980), Good Times (1981) and Living Legends (1983). Showaddywaddy are consistently acknowledged as the hardest working band in the country. This vinyl LP box set has been produced in collaboration with the band's co-founder and current manager, Dave Bartram and Romeo Challenger, the sole-surviving member of the original band line-up.


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