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Every Loser Wins

Every Loser Wins

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If you are looking for a very specific version/pressing/variant please check with us first and we can send pictures. Written and produced by Simon May, Stewart James and Bradley James, [1] the song was heavily featured in the BBC soap opera EastEnders throughout the summer of 1986, sung by Berry's character Simon "Wicksy" Wicks. Records that aren't in picture sleeves will either be in a company sleeve or a generic plain sleeve.

Repeated intentional offences of this rule could lead to a ban, Many thanks the EastEnders Wiki admin team.For some reason it’s hard to cross that line from actor to rock singer…some have done it but to mixed results. I think this was a quick cash-in with the show’s sudden appeal – I think Nick Berry might have had a storyline where he sang something… Not a career that was built to last. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. In the issue for the week ending 15 November 1986, so fed up had they become with ‘EastEnders’ stars making records that a No.

You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. Glenn] Hoddle can make or break a game but I don’t think he can handle the problems of the attitude. Simon first plays "Every Loser Wins" in episode 165 of EastEnders after leaving The Banned, performing it alone on a piano in The Queen Victoria pub. Every Loser Wins is a 1986 song written by Simon May, Stewart James and Bradley James for the BBC television soap opera EastEnders. The best bit is the moment the big eighties drums come thumping in, raising hopes that this might reach a bombastic finish.Please remember it can take some time for Paypal or your card issuer to process and post the refund. Condition - This item is in Excellent condition or better (unless it says otherwise in the above description). Because they’re unique to every user, proxy bidders will never reveal your maximum bid to anybody else. You must take reasonable care to ensure that an item is repackaged so that it arrives back in the same condition it was despatched. Berry has also enjoyed two UK hit singles, both spin-offs from his TV appearances: "Every Loser Wins" in 1986 and "Heartbeat" in 1992.

In episode 172, Simon has a sing-along in The Vic and Ian Beale requests "Every Loser Wins", which Simon plays but Lofty walks out because of the memories it brings.It was the second biggest-selling single in the UK that year (after " Don't Leave Me This Way" by The Communards). 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. 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. When you place a bid on an auction, a message will be displayed on screen to confirm if your bid was successful.

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