Who'd Have Thought

  • Sans question mark and also spelt "Who'd Have Thou9ht," this was the third single by Hurrah! and was released in both 7-inch and 12-inch formats on Kitchenware Records in 1984. Written by band member David Hughes, in an interview with Issue 6 of the punk fanzine Sunday Mirra, band member Paul Handyside said it was put out as the B-side while that should have been "Celtic" but their producer, John Brand, got them mixed up. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England


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