“Sold Me Down The River” single released. This is arguably the bands biggest readio hit in the Usa. It reached #2 on Modern rock chart and #3 on the Mainstrram rock chart (although, this editor recalls that it actually hit #1, but I can’t find the evidence any where). It only reached #50 on the Hot 100 chart, which says more about the disparity of “alternative” music in 1989 and how “hits” were calculated than it does about the band’s success. It reached #43 on UK charts. It was added to the A-list in the UK, but the next day, a ferry boat accident on the River Thames forced the BBC to withdraw the song, and it never able reach it’s full potential as a single.
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Day Fifty Nine : Sunday 7th August 2005 Pete Walsh mixes ‘Something’s Got To Give’ at Ark studios in Surrey. James Stevenson re-records the guitar solos for the track. On the phone James is very excited about the new re-mixes. I can’t wait to hear them. It’s great that James cares so much about the record to do something about it. Publication:: Author::
The first review is in, and it is great! Check it out here. Publication:: Author::