Hurry Up Harry" is a song by English band Sham 69 was released in October 1978, which came from their second studio album That's Life. The single was backed by the B-side "No Entry". It reached number 10 on the UK Singles Chart for 8 weeks. The song was on their 1980 compilation album The First, the Best and the Last and 1989 live album The Complete Sham 69 Live. They appeared on the BBC television show Top of the Pops and performed "Hurry Up Harry"
That's Life is a concept album released in November 1978 by English punk rock band, Sham 69. The album had two hit singles, "Hurry Up Harry" reaching chart position 10 in UK and "Angels With Dirty Faces", reaching 19 the same year. The album reached position 27, bettering the previous album Tell Us The Truth by 2 positions. In 1989 That's Life was re-released as a double-LP, That's Life as the other side, the other being their first album Tell Us The Truth.
Sham 69. Album That’s Life. Hurry Up Harry Lyrics
Band Name Sham 69. Album Name Hurry Up Harry. Other productions from Sham 69. It'll End in Tears.
Sham 69 are an English punk rock band that formed in Hersham in 1975. The band was one of the most successful punk bands in the United Kingdom, achieving five Top 20 singles. The original unit broke up in 1979, with frontman Jimmy Pursey moving on to pursue a solo career. In 1987, Pursey and guitarist David Parsons reformed the band, joined by new personnel. Although subsequently going through a number of line-up changes, Sham 69 remain active and are still playing gigs as of 2017.
Both songs are listed as 'Side A' on both cover & labels; 'Hurry Up Harry' taking precedence on front cover and is listed first on the back with a small. 1 appearing above the large A on the label; additionally the matrix in run-out area indicates 'Hurry Up Harry' as side A and 'No Entry' as side B. The secondary cat appears in.
Текст песни Sham 69 – "No Entry". They wanted us to go, To new york city, But the man at the embassy, Said "oh, what a pity!", "we know all the things you've done in the past. Sham 69 - No Entry (Taken from the Secret Records DVD 'Sham 69 In Concert: Hersham Boys'). Hurry Up England-The People's Anthem. Sham 69 & The Special Assembly.
Sham 69 were one of the most successful - and controversial - groups from the Punk era, raiding the charts with anthemic, rowdy street-rock classics like 'Hurry Up Harry', 'If the Kids Are United' and 'Hersham Boys', plus a handful of superlative albums. Led by charismatic singer Jimmy Pursey, the people's Punk band had all the tunes to match their riotous attitude, and this CD collects the best of them from their late 70s heyday. 8. They Don't Understand. 11. Cold Blue In The Night. 12. You're A Better Man Than I. 13. Money. 15. Poor Cow. 16. The Game.