The Singles Collection - Chicory Tip

The Singles Collection
•    First ever round up of every A and B side issued by the eccentric Chicory Tip
•    Includes the Europe wide No.1 "Son Of My Father” plus the Top 20 "Good Grief Christina” and "What’s Your Name”
•    Stacks of European picture sleeves will have Glam Collectors scouring the continents second hand stores!

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Code: GLAMCD29
Weight: 200
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Monday After Sunday / Pride Comes Before A Fall / My Girl Sunday / Doctor Man / Excuse Me Baby / The Devil Rides Tonight / I Love Onions / Don’t Hang Jack / Son Of My Father / What’s Your Name / Memory / The Future Is Past / Big Wheels Rolling / Good Grief Christina / Move On / Cigarettes, Women And Wine / I See You / I.O.U. / Join Our Gang / Take Your Time Caroline / Me And Stan Foley / Survivor

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