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The Badloves, still making new music 28 years later | Newcastle Herald

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Success snuck up on Michael Spiby and his band The Badloves in the 1990s. Their debut album Get On Board (1993) spent 69 weeks in the charts, peaking at number five, and went on to achieve double-platinum sales. The album also delivered four hit singles: Lost, Memphis, I Remember and Green Limousine. The band then went on to be nominated for five ARIA awards, winning two: Breakthrough Artist – Album and Breakthrough Artist – Single. “It didn’t really make sense to us. Things were such a blur because we worked so hard and had travelled so extensively,” Spiby says. “It felt like a very slow impact into the market so we didn’t really notice it. We weren’t watching charts or anything. But more people started…



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