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Posted by: zzk (104.233.224.---)
Date: October 12, 2019 06:26PM

he hitThe Sports' top forty singles are Who Listens to the Radio, Don't Throw Stones, Strangers on a Train and How Come . Their top releases on the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart are Don't Throw Stones (February 1979), Suddenly (March 1980) and Sondra (May 1981). The original line up were Cummings and ex The Pelaco Brothers bandmate, Ed Bates, on guitar, Robert Glover (ex Myriad) on bass guitar, Jim Niven cheap jerseys from china (ex The Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band)[1] Cheap USA Jersey on piano and Paul Hitchins on drums.[2][3][4] Their early sets contained covers of Chuck Berry, Billy Emerson, Don Covay, Company Caine and Graham Parker material.[2] Original songs, mostly written by Cummings and Bates, completed their sets.[2] The Sports' debut recording was a four track extended play, Fair Game, which was released in early 1977 on the independent label, Zac Records.[2] A friend in London posted the record to the New Musical Express (aka NME) which declared it 'Record of the Week'.[5].
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