8 thoughts on “ Strange - Wet Wet Wet - 10 (CD, Album) ”

  1. It's a typical Wet album. I bought this because of their two big band tunes, "Maybe I'm In Love" and a remake of "Beyond The Sea". These two songs are excellent, which is not what I would say for the rest of the album (sappy and melodramatic)/5(9).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Wet Wet Wet - 10 at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Wet Wet Wet collection/5(31).
  3. Wet Wet Wet's tenth album isn't that much different from any of their earlier records, but there are the occasional departures from their lite-funk and lite-soul styles that make it worthwhile for fans.5/
  4. 10 is the fifth studio album by Scottish pop-rock quartet Wet Wet Wet. Released on 31 March , the album marked a decade since the release of the band's debut album, Popped in Souled Out. Notably, 10 was the last studio album to be released by the band before their initial split in Genre: Pop, pop rock.
  5. The seventh studio album by Wet Wet Wet *UK Album chart positions - #2 () A limited-edition release included a bonus CD, entitled "10 Again" ().
  6. CD single: £ WET WET WET Strange ( UK limited edition 8-track 2-CD set, includes Lip Service, Strange and If I Never See You Again all recorded live at Hook End, picture sleeve and fold-out poster JWLDD/CD30) 2-CD single set: £
  7. Strange: With A Little Help From My Friends: (Feels Like I'm) Walking On Water Conductor – Fiachra Trench Engineer, Mixed By – John Cornfield Performer – Irish Film Orchestra Producer – Wet Wet Wet Written-By – G. Clark*, M. Pellow* Broke Away: Yesterday: Maybe I'm In Love: 3.

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