I COULD lie to you.
I could tell you the first single I ever bought was T Rex's Hot Love or David Bowie's Starman. But I think it was Barry Blue's Dancing On A Saturday Night. Barry wore a blue satin suit and his real name was Green. His single contained a bouzouki riff, pop doggerel lyrics and the stomping drums that underpinned most glam records. When I was 10 it sounded like sugar.
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