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The Very Best of Dollar (Re-Recorded Versions)

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Rip Off

Do NOT download these tracks. This is a total rip off with poor re-recordings that bear little resemblance to the original tracks and are really crap. I will be deleting the tracks I bought and am only grateful i did not download the whole album. There is no warning that these are not the original tracks, which is disgraceful.

great melodies

ok, so they're cheesy, but i like them and think they produce good songs - the hit singles are obvious standouts (who were you with...and love's gotta hold on me) but pleasant listening throughout !

disappointing

what a rip off ! dodgy re-recordings, not a patch on the 80s originals. Avoid . . !

Biography

Formed: 1978

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Dollar was one of the most successful pop duos in the U.K. In their decade-long career, Dollar sold over 10 million records. Formed in 1978 by Thereza Bazar and David Van Day, Dollar wasted no time: their debut single, "Shooting Star," was an immediate hit, peaking at Number 14 on the British charts. Bazar met Van Day in the cabaret group Guys 'n' Dolls, and they fell in love. Wanting to create music that was as refreshing and exciting as the new wave sounds emanating from England, the couple left...
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