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Luke Galliana : To Die For

Come back Robbie Williams' Flatmate, all is forgiven!

Pete Waterman. The man

behind Kylie's 'Better The

Devil You Know' and Dead Or Alive's 'You Spin Me Round (Like

A Record)', two of the greatest

pop epics ever recorded. Also the man behind Samantha Fox's

'I Only Wanna Be With You' and Sinitta's 'Toy Boy' and now - with Luke Galliana - the output of a one-man Westlife. For reasons best known to himself, Waterman has controversially opted to produce a single which appears to have no chorus, virtually no tune and not a hint of sex to be found anywhere. Come back Robbie Williams' Flatmate, all is forgiven!





Peter Robinson

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