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Hazell Dean

  • Oct 27, 1956 (age 62)
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2016
Playlist: The Best of Hazell Dean
AlbumMay 20, 2016

Playlist: The Best of Hazell Dean

Playlist: The Best of Hazell Dean released.
2014
The Sound of Bacharach & David
AlbumJan 20, 2014

The Sound of Bacharach & David

The Sound of Bacharach & David released.
2012
Evergreen: The Very Best Of Hazell Dean
AlbumSep 10, 2012

Evergreen: The Very Best Of Hazell Dean

Evergreen: The Very Best Of Hazell Dean released.
SongSep 10, 2012

Whatever I Do (Wherever I Go)
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SongSep 10, 2012

Who's Leaving Who
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2006
The Best of Hazell Dean: They Say It's Gonna Rain
AlbumNov 21, 2006

The Best of Hazell Dean: They Say It's G…

The Best of Hazell Dean: They Say It's Gonna Rain released.
The Proto 12" Singles/Mixes
AlbumJul 18, 2006

The Proto 12" Singles/Mixes

The Proto 12" Singles/Mixes released.
2005
Decadent Evil
MovieMay 12, 2005

Decadent Evil

A fallen foot tall Homunculus called Marvin (a part human/part …
A fallen foot tall Homunculus called Marvin (a part human/part reptile creature) is imprisoned in a birdcage by a vengeful lover who is bidding to become the world's most powerful vampire.
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1996
Never Mind the Buzzcocks
TV ShowNov 12, 1996

Never Mind the Buzzcocks

Never Mind the Buzzcocks is …
Never Mind the Buzzcocks is a British comedy panel game, themed on pop music, that aired between 1996 and 2015. It first starred Phill Jupitus and Sean Hughes as team captains, with Hughes being replaced by Bill Bailey from the eleventh series, and Bailey replaced by Noel Fielding from series 21 onward. The show was produced by Talkback for the BBC, and usually aired on BBC Two. The title plays on the names of punk rock band Sex Pistols' Never Mind the Bollocks album, and the punk band Buzzcocks. The series was first hosted by Mark Lamarr, then by Simon Amstell, and later by a number of guest presenters, with Rhod Gilbert hosting the final series.
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SongMay 13, 1996

Searchin'/Whatever I Do/Stand Up (High as a Kite megamix)
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The Winner Takes It All
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AlbumJan 1, 1996

The Winner Takes It All

The Winner Takes It All released.
1988
Always
AlbumOct 10, 1988

Always

Always is the third album by British singer Hazell Dean. …
Always is the third album by British singer Hazell Dean. Released in 1988, it coincided with the singer's comeback and featured the hit singles "Who's Leaving Who" (UK #4), "Maybe (We Should Call it a Day)" (UK #15) and "Turn It into Love" (UK #21). Also included were remixes of earlier singles "They Say It's Gonna Rain", "Walk in My Shoes", "No Fool (For Love)" and "Always Doesn't Mean Forever". The album itself reached No.38 - her highest placing in the album charts. The album was also released in the US in 1988 with an alternative cover. On 23 April 2012, a remastered deluxe double edition with bonus tracks remixes and previous outstanding singles has been released on the Cherry Pop UK label.
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SongOct 10, 1988

Turn It Into Love
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1984
SongJan 1, 1984

Whatever I Do [12'' Mix]
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1982
Saturday Superstore
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TV ShowOct 2, 1982

Saturday Superstore

Saturday Superstore was a children's television series …
Saturday Superstore was a children's television series broadcast on BBC1 from 1982 until 1987. It was shown on Saturday mornings with presenters including Mike Read, Sarah Greene, Keith Chegwin, and John Craven. The show was very similar to its predecessor Multi-Coloured Swap Shop, which had ended the previous October–March season following its presenter Noel Edmonds moving away from children's TV to present his prime time Late Late Breakfast Show.
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The Keith Harris Show
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TV ShowSep 24, 1982

The Keith Harris Show

The Keith Harris Show was a …
The Keith Harris Show was a comedy variety show on BBC TV featuring Keith Harris and Orville the Duck.
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1979
Blankety Blank
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TV ShowJan 18, 1979

Blankety Blank

Blankety Blank was a British comedy game show which …
Blankety Blank was a British comedy game show which ran from 18 January 1979 to 12 March 1990 on BBC One, hosted first by Terry Wogan from 1979 until 1983, then by Les Dawson from 1984 until 1990. Regular members of the celebrity panel included Kenny Everett, Lorraine Chase, Gareth Hunt, Gary Davies, Paul Daniels and Cheryl Baker.
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1978
Cheggers Plays Pop
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TV ShowApr 10, 1978

Cheggers Plays Pop

Cheggers Plays Pop was a British children's game show …
Cheggers Plays Pop was a British children's game show broadcast on BBC1 from 10 April 1978 to 7 November 1986 hosted by Keith Chegwin, who was commonly known to the British public as "Cheggers". The show's format consisted of a series of physical and mental challenges undertaken by two teams of children representing their respective schools, together with studio performances by contemporary pop music acts. The participating schools were predominantly from the North-West area of the UK due to the choice of studio (New Broadcasting House, then the base of BBC Manchester).
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1964
Top of the Pops
TV ShowJan 1, 1964

Top of the Pops

Top of the Pops, also known as TOTP, is a British music …
Top of the Pops, also known as TOTP, is a British music chart television programme, made by the BBC and originally broadcast weekly between 1 January 1964 and 30 July 2006. The programme was shown every Thursday evening on BBC One, except for a short period on Fridays in mid-1973 before being again moved to Fridays at 7:30 pm in 1996 and then to Sundays on BBC Two in 2005. Each weekly programme consisted of performances from some of that week's best-selling popular music artists, with a rundown of that week's singles chart. Additionally, there was a special edition of the programme on Christmas Day (and usually, until 1984, a second such edition a few days after Christmas), featuring some of the best-selling singles of the year.
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1956
Hazell Dean
BirthOctober 1956

Hazell Dean

Hazell Dean was born.
1955
Crackerjack!
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TV ShowSep 14, 1955

Crackerjack!

Crackerjack! was a British children's television series …
Crackerjack! was a British children's television series that aired on the BBC Television Service from 14 September 1955 until 21 December 1984 (except during 1971). The programme title included an exclamation mark.
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