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Any Trouble - Girls Are Always Right


On this date in 1980, Any Trouble released their third single, "Girls Are Always Right". It was backed by "The Name Of The Game". The A side appeared on their debut album, Where Are All The Nice Girls? The B side did not. The Manchester, England new wave/power pop band broke up in 1984 after five albums. They recorded for Stiff Records. They re-formed in 2007.

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