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Hooked on Classics

Hooked on Classics
Studio album by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Released 1981
1991 (Philippines)
Genre Classical disco
Label K-tel

RCA Records
AFL1-4194
4194-R
07863-54194
Producer Jeff Jarratt & Don Reedman
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra chronology
Hooked on Classics
(1981)
Hooked on Classics 2 - Can't Stop the Classics
(1982)

Hooked on Classics is an album by Louis Clark and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, published in 1981 by K-tel and distributed by RCA Records, part of the Hooked on Classics series.

The opening track was released as a single in October 1981, peaking at #10 in the U.S. on the Billboard Hot 100 in February 1982.[1] It was the 56th biggest hit of that year.[2] The song also reached #10 on the Cash Box Top 100.

In Canada, the single peaked at number 21, and spent four weeks at that position.[3]

It is also available in the Philippines on CD, cassette, LP, digital format, 8-track tape and reel tape formats, under Villar Records, Mico Records and BMG Records (Pilipinas). It has been released in 1991.

Track listing

  1. Hooked On Classics (Parts 1 & 2) - 5:06
  2. Hooked on Romance - 6:42
  3. Hooked On Classics (Part 3) - 6:02
  4. Hooked On Bach - 5:59
  5. Hooked On Tchaikovsky - 5:29
  6. Hooked On A Song - 5:11
  7. Hooked On Mozart - 4:09
  8. Hooked On Mendelssohn 4:25
  9. Hooked On A Can-Can - 4:56

References

  1. ^ http://www.billboard.com/charts/hot-100/1982-02-06
  2. ^ http://longboredsurfer.com/charts/1982
  3. ^ http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/rpm/028020-119.01-e.php?&file_num=nlc008388.0431&type=1&interval=50&PHPSESSID=oln964kaajnhr85e6iarkphke3
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