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Customer Reviews

More than retro! Still good after all these years!

As a child I was obsessed with The Archies. I have been looking for their music for years and was thrilled to finally find it on iTunes. This is pop culture at it's best and I am thrilled to have it back in my music collection. I actually own this album on vinyl. If you are truly a child of the 60's to 70's you can not deny the power of this cartoon band. If you are young now, give it a listen. You will be surprised at how catchy these hooks are. I still love Betty more than Veronica! Thank you iTunes for finally adding this to the mix! This album is excellent. Totally bubble gum 60's but pure genius.

This music will live forever!

I grew up with the Archies. It wasn't the animation that made that series-it was the music. It was so much more a simple time, where love was innocent & not perverted, like it is now. No,dirty words, just innocent teenage love! If I could give this album 10 stars, I would!


I remember cutting out a "45" from a box of Alpha-Bits cereal; it was the song "Over and Over." The interesting thing about that cardboard record is that it actually played with decent acoustics (on a little portable player anyway :) ... Anyway, I may suggest this one for my 20-year old daughter for she is somewhat familiar with many of these songs from listening to my wife!


Formed: 1968 in Riverdale

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Most '60s bubblegum groups were faceless studio concoctions, made up of hired professionals and given nominal group identities after the fact. The Archies made no pretense of being a real band in the first place -- their music, including the smash hit "Sugar, Sugar," was "performed" by the animated TV cartoon characters spun off from Archie comics. In reality, of course, they were a studio concoction made up of hired professionals (most notably lead singer Ron Dante), but in this case, they weren't...
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