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|Number of songs: 3 | Total weeks on charts: 14 |
Appearing in a total number of: 3 charts | Total period running: 77 days
BiographyThere are at least 3 artists named Strike:
1. A late 70s/early 80s four-piece powerpop band from Belfast consisting of Mark Nixon (vocals), Noel Rafferty (guitar), Paul Kenny (guitar), Laurence Sprott (bass) and Davy Johnston (drums). Their sole release was 'Radio Songs' b/w "Teenage Rebel", an amazing 45 issued by the "Shock Rock" label in 1980 an edition of only 500 copies. It was later reissued by Sing Sing records, NY.
2. Pop/Punk band from Juiz De Fora, Minas Gerais Brazil. They first album was certified with platinum Disc (100k copies) by the ABPD(Brasil), first album main single "O Jogo Virou" reached the 3 place at the Brasil Hot 100 and the Hit Parade, the 2 other album singles, Paraiso Proibido and Aquela Historia, reached the 35 and 6 position at the Hot 100 respectively and the first place at the Hit parade.
3. A British dance band formed in 1994 consisting of Matt Cantor, Andy Gardner and the vocalist Victoria Newton. They released a number of tracks, but are best known for the single 'U Sure Do'. This was released in 1994 and only reached #31 in the UK charts, but re-entered the chart in April 1995 and reached #4.
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Sources: Last.fm, Wikipedia
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