Sign of the times - Rubettes (The)

Sign of the times
At last a CD release for the fourth studio album by 70’s Rock’n’Rolling Glamsters - The Rubettes.
Includes the single ‘You’re The Reason Why’ which hit the Top 30’s of both England and Germany.
Also features the French only single ‘Julia’.
Booklet features original album artwork, lyrics to all the songs plus in-depth liner notes by Mr.70’s, Phil Hendriks.

RELEASE DATE: 18/06/2012
Our Price: £9.95
Code: GLAMCD133
Weight: 200
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1. SIGN OF THE TIMES
2. DANCING IN THE RAIN
3. YOU’RE THE ONLY GIRL
ON MY ISLAND
4. THE WAY YOU LIVE
5. NOT NOW MY DEAR
6. YOU’RE THE REASON WHY
7. I THINK I’M IN LOVE
8. I REALLY GOT TO KNOW
9. JULIA
10. HIGHWAYMAN’S LAMENT
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