sorry, not absolutely that necessary for me..



  1. The Sweet / Blockbuster (Rca ND ) CD Album. $ Free shipping. Elvis Presley - - The Complete RCA Albums Collection [CD] New sealed Read deesc. $ 16 bids The Sweet The Private Collection CD Album Blockbuster Fox On The Run Glam Rock. $ $ shipping: + $ shipping. The Eagles - The Complete Greatest Hits [CD Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. The only "sweet" rca album on cd not to be released untill now in the uk and about time too! The album has both live and studio bonus tracks from that seventies period which is a nice edition for the double album,most of the tracks are from the period when sweet were at their peak it includes most of the hits,the live album is crisp and /5().
  3. A compilation of Sweet rarities, outtakes, and live/TV performances, Blockbuster ought to be a shambles. Instead, it stands proud among the best of the many Sweet compilations out there, not because it offers an alternate view of what they did, but because it also shows off what they wanted to be. It is no secret, after all, that the group spent most of its career chaffing against the success.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Sweet - Blockbusters at Discogs. Complete your The Sweet collection.
  5. Dec 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Blockbuster - Sweet (HQ) YouTube Sweet - Blockbuster - Top Of The Pops (OFFICIAL) - Duration: Official Sweet Channel 6,, views.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Strung Up - Sweet on AllMusic - - By late , the Sweet were no more the power in.
  7. A good selection of tracks featuring the biggest hits of glam rock group The Sweet. For me it could have been a single CD as CD 2 is not of much interset to me - probably for die hard fans. Sadly missing from the CD is Love is Like Oxygen. Glad it has Fox on the Run on the CD as really like this track/5(40).
  8. Sweet burst on the scene with their debut `Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be' and at first glance they seemed like a laughing stock. A boy band during the progressive glam rock era with the added indignity of not playing the music on much of their songs was a stigma that Brian Connolly, Steve Priest, Andy Scott and Mick Tucker would have to combat through much of their career/5(24).

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

1 2