It was the B-Side to the 1975 small hit I Do I Do....
Olivia Newton-John's Sam - the backing vocals of this track are similar to those used on Martine's Perfect Moment track. I'm not certain if Olivia had picked up the "Neutron Bomb" nickname by then, used by many DJ's, or if she picked it up after her role in Grease
The Brian Ferry track is an excellent stereo record. I love the bit with the violins
ELO's track Telephone Line is so quite when it starts if you have the 45 version you will always get clicks on it. So it benefits from being digital
It's a shame that not one of their excellent records didn't go to number one. I don't count the one with ONJ, as "one" it isn't a good record and "two" she spoils it.
If there's one thing worse than football that's a football record
But that version ruins a really good rock song. Why do they voices of the clubs singing all sound the same? I've come to the conclusion that they have to be hit by a ball between the legs before they are allowed to sing