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  1. Fenrile

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    Protex A1: All I Wanna Do (Is Rock'n Roll) A2: Stranded B1: She Knows B2: Don't Ring Me Up: Polydor UK: Unreleased: 0: Protex A1: Don't Ring Me Up B1: Just Want (Your Attention) B2: Listening In: Rough Trade UK: RT / GOT 1: Mar 7" 2: Protex A: I Can't Cope B: Popularity: Polydor UK: 15 Jun 7" 3: Protex A.
  2. Arashigore

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    Nov 02,  · This in turn led to the band signing for Polydor Records, who released the singles I Can’t Cope, followed by I Can Only Dream. saw the band take to the road with the Boomtown Rats before embarking on two extensive tours of their own throughout the US and Canada in the early ‘80s.
  3. Kagazil

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    I Can't Cope / Popularity, a Single by Protex. Released 15 June on Polydor (catalog no. ; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Power Pop.
  4. Moshura

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  5. Kazramuro

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    Jan 26,  · I Can't Cope Popularity I Can Only Dream Heartache A Place In Your Heart Protex - Heartache YouTube (TOT) protex i can only dream - Duration.
  6. Vujind

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Acetate Vinyl release of I Can Only Dream on Discogs. Label: Polydor - none • Format: Vinyl 7 Protex - I Can Only Dream (, Acetate, Vinyl) | .
  7. Faugore

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    7" Single on 45cat: Protex - I Can't Cope / Popularity - Polydor - UK - 45worlds 45cat 45spaces. Protex - I Can Only Dream / Heartache - Polydor - UK () Next by Artist. Live Music: Vinyl Albums: 78 RPM: CD Albums: CD.
  8. Yolmaran

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    I Can Only Dream was the next single to be released by Polydor. It was produced by Chas Chandler, ex bass player with The Animals and Slade producer. There were also sessions recorded at Mickey Most’s The Rak studios around this time too which the band liked but Polydor rejected as being “too produced”. These recordings remain unreleased.

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