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    Posted 7 days ago

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    While Paul McCartney And Wings were still on a hiatus from their song, 'Band On The Run', Another English bred rock group known as Sweet would release their biggest hit in the U.S. with the ditty, 'Fox On The Run' in 1975 as a single from their third studio Lp, 'Desolation Boulevard' on the Capitol Record Lable.
    Sweet formed in 1968 in London, U.K., And at first they were being called 'Bubblegum Rock', and that was until their first hit in the U.K. titled, 'Funny Funny'.
    Soon after, a bigger hit would come, 'Ballroom Blitz', a Song that would later be used in a few movie soundtracks. Sweet would go on to crack the Top 20 in the U.K. over a dozen times throughout the 1970s.

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    1. Toyrebel Toyrebel, 7 days ago
      Sweet post Thomas.
    2. keramikos keramikos, 7 days ago
      Brunswick, Sweet was an interesting outfit.

      Sweet - Fox On The Run - Top Of The Pops 23.12.1975 (OFFICIAL)
    3. vetraio50 vetraio50, 7 days ago
      They could churn ‘em out. Goodies all !!!
    4. iggy iggy, 7 days ago
      SWEET FA!
    5. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 6 days ago
      Don’t hate me, but I have never heard of this band. Did they come over here or stay in the UK? If they recorded on Capitol, was it done in LA or the UK? Now I’m gonna hunt down a song or two and listen.... thanks Thomas!
    6. Brunswick Brunswick, 5 days ago
      Ms.CrystalShip, There were 2 releases..One in the U.K. in 1974 and a release here in the States in 1975. They were like a one hit wonder in the U.S. with 'Fox On The Run'.
      Thank You Here Much as Allways!!,
      Kera, Thanks for the data as Allways!!,
      Vetraio, Oh yes they churned out a few! Thank you my friend!!,
      Toyrebel, Nice pun on the wordage! Thank You!!,
      AntigueToys, Iggy, Newfld, BB2, Bobby, Officialfuel, Sean, Broochman, Yougottahavestuff, Mani, Aura, EJW-54 And Fortapache, Thanks To One And All Here Much!! Allways!!

    7. keramikos keramikos, 5 days ago
      Ms.CrystalShip, I suspect the problem might be the specific record/song in this post. I didn't know it, either. But unless you've been living in a cave, you probably know "The Ballroom Blitz," even if you don't recognize the name of the band:

      Sweet - The Ballroom Blitz (Official Video)

      It was based on a real life experience:


      It was art out of chaos. Pop art. The Sweet‘s “Ballrooom Blitz”, Glam Rock’s catchiest, trashiest, most lovable song, came from a riot that saw the band bottled off the stage, at the Grand Hall, Palace Theater, Kilmarnock, Scotland, in 1973. Men spat, while women screamed to drown out the music.

    8. Brunswick Brunswick, 4 days ago
      Valentino, A Great Day To You!! Thank You Here!!

    9. Brunswick Brunswick, 22 hours ago
      Again, Beachbum, Thanks here much!!


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