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Argentine Melody (Cancion de Argentina)

"Argentine Melody
(Cancion de Argentina)"
Single by San Jose featuring Rodriguez Argentina (Rod Argent)
Released June 1978
Format 7" 45 RPM vinyl single
Recorded 1978
Label MCA
Writer(s) Andrew Lloyd Webber
Producer(s) Andrew Lloyd Webber

"Argentine Melody (Cancion de Argentina)" is an instrumental tune composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber as the theme music for the 1978 FIFA World Cup held in Argentina that same year. Released as a single in the UK in June 1978, this instrumental piece peaked at position #14 on the UK Singles Chart. It was performed by San Jose featuring Rodriguez Argentina (aka Rod Argent), who would also go on to perform the instrumental tune "Aztec Gold" eight years later for the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico.

Chart history

Chart (1978) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart[1] 14

See also

References

  1. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums. HIT Entertainment. 
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