The Sports' top forty singles are "Who Listens to the Radio", "Don't Throw Stones", "Strangers on a Train" and "How Come". Their top 20 releases on the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart are Don't Throw Stones (February 1979), Suddenly (March 1980) and Sondra (May 1981). In October 2010 Don't Throw Stones was listed in the book, 100 Best Australian Albums. The group's third album, Suddenly, was released in March 1980 and was also produced by Solley.
Who listens to the radio in your family? My parents listen to the radio while they are driving. I sometimes listen to it too when I’m in the car. What kind of TV programs do you like to watch? I don’t watch TV very often. If I do I prefer watching documentary films/sports programs/musical channel and programs about animals. For what purposes do you use the Internet? I use the Internet to study, for example, to help me with my school projects
People who played Sports - Who Listens To The Radio also played these songs by Sports: Orioles Magic Chords, Who Listens To The Radio Chords, Sports Charge Tab, Tiny Planets Chords, The Washing Machine Chords, Get Bummed Out Chords.
Boys (What did the Detectives Say) The Sports. The Nips Are Getting Bigger - Mental As Anything. Finch - Where Were You (1978).
Who Listens to the Radio. Producer: Peter Solley. Main genre: Rock, Pop. Was covered in 1 song. Who Listens to the Radio by The Whitlams (2001).
Текст песни The Sports – "Who Listens To The Radio". This girl in her bedroom doing her homework, She's foolin' with the logarithms, she's going berserk, One hand has a cigarette resting on the window.
2 Who listens to the radio in your family? 3 What do they listen to? Reading 2. Read the text about BBC radio. If you were in. the UK, which stations would you listen to? Why? RADIO. BBC Radio 2 is today the most popular station in the United Kingdom. Most of its daytime programmes are for adults. Programmes are broadcast on digital radio, Cable TV and the Internet. However, the station is also known for broadcasting a variety of musical genres: pop/rock, folk, country jazz, big-band music, light classics, and oldies, with lots of comedy and sport. Radio 2 is now called ‘the nation’s favourite’, a title the BBC in the past used for BBC Radio 1. BBC Radio 3 specialises in classical music and opera but jazz, world music, drama, culture and the arts are also included
Who Listens To The Radio (7").
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|A||Who Listens To The Radio
Written-By – Pendlebury*, Cummings*
Written-By – Armiger*
- Record Company – Ariola Eurodisc GmbH
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mushroom Records
- Published By – Mushroom
- Recorded At – Armstrong Studios
- Mixed At – Sarm Studios
- Mastered At – Utopia Studios
- Engineer – Ian Mackenz*
- Producer – Peter Solley
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): S 101 004 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): S 101 004 B
- Rights Society: Stemra
|K7300||The Sports||Who Listens To The Radio (7", Single)||Mushroom||K7300||Australia||1978|
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|SIR 6001||The Sports||Who Listens To The Radio (7", Single)||Sire||SIR 6001||UK||1979|
|AS-0468||The Sports||Who Listens To The Radio? (7", Mono, Promo)||Arista||AS-0468||US||1979|
|AS 0468||The Sports||Who Listens To The Radio? (7", Mono, Promo)||Arista||AS 0468||US||1979|