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Every Loser Wins

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Simon first plays "Every Loser Wins" in episode 165 of EastEnders after leaving The Banned, performing it alone on a piano in The Queen Victoria pub. This single – a duet between Letitia Dean and Paul J Medford – was promoted at the EMI sales conference in September 1986 as being by The Banned, the group featured in the storyline described above.

You can make what you want of this piece but don’t go looking up ‘Every Loser Wins’ or ‘Don’t it make you feel good’. The best bit is the moment the big eighties drums come thumping in, raising hopes that this might reach a bombastic finish. Irrespective of the source, all of our collectables meet our strict grading and are 100% guaranteed. I am keeping my fingers crossed that the album will be as big a hit as Every Loser Wins,” he said, but like his character Wicksy, Berry soon gave up any musical dreams.For some reason it’s hard to cross that line from actor to rock singer…some have done it but to mixed results.

Berry’s studio recording of the former was one of three official BBC singles tied in with ‘EastEnders’ during 1986; in the original press release the BBC confidently predicted that “with full BBC TV and radio support this is definitely a top ten hit. it will be Test Played, Due to the Sheer Amount of Products we List A Day it would be humanly Impossible to Test Play everything.When released as a single, "Every Loser Wins" became a success, spending three weeks at number one on the UK Singles Chart in October and November 1986.

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