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I Love The Metros. The Lyrics , The Up beat sound (Of a Grange Hill Sort of Theme). Half a Job Jones is a great Song and should Have really featured on the up coming album " More Money , Less Greif ". But with a 5 star album on the way later this month, and a Live set You'll never forget . It wont be long till everyones Talking About The Metros !

Cant Wait...

... Until Te Metro's Album is released. 15th of September isn't long away, but not short enough! A great single to go with their other great tunes and a not bad b-side either. Keep it comin lads ;)

Love It

Love the metros! This is definatly one of my favorite tracks and has been for ageees!


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '60s

The Metros is one of Detroit's least-known groups to have recorded on a major label: RCA Records. Under the auspices of Joe Hunter and Jack Ashford (Pied Piper Productions) the Metros' RCA output resulted in one album and three singles, all released between 1966 to 1967. The members were Percy Williams (lead), James Buckman, Robert Suttles, and Arthur Mitchell. Gordon Dunn replaced an original Metros on a final recording. Their first single, "Sweetest One" (October 1966), was their biggest record....
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Talk About It - Single, The Metros
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  • £1.29
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock, Adult Alternative
  • Released: 05 September 2008
  • Parental Advisory

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