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Del Amitri Signed Cd

Del Amitri Signed Cd "Kiss This Thing Goodbye" This is a promotional Cd signed when promoting the single. It has been signed by Andy Alston, Justin Currie, David Cummings and Ian Harvie. It is framed along side various photos and a ticket from the concert in Birmingham Symphony Hall. 100% authentic and signed in person.
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Del Amitri Signed Cd

Del Amitri Signed Cd "Kiss This Thing Goodbye" This is a promotional Cd signed when promoting the single. It has been signed by Andy Alston, Justin Currie, David Cummings and Ian Harvie. It is framed along side various photos and a ticket from the concert in Birmingham Symphony Hall. 100% authentic and signed in person.

Del Amitri Bibliography

Del Amitri are a Scottish alternative rock band formed in Glasgow in 1980 Between 1985 and 2002, the band released six studio albums. Their 1995 single "Roll to Me" reached number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. Five Del Amitri albums have reached the Top 10 in the UK. Globally, Del Amitri have sold six million albums.

Del Amitri grew out of Justin Currie's Jordanhill College School band. The band was formed with the original line-up of Currie (bass and vocals), James Scobbie (guitars), Donald Bentley (guitars) and Paul Tyagi (drums). Scobbie and Bentley left the band in 1982 to study at university. A new line-up came together after Currie placed an advertisement in the window of a music store. Scobbie and Bentley were replaced by Iain Harvie (guitar) and Bryan Tolland (second guitar). From then on, Currie and Harvie have remained the only constant members of the band.

During the recording of Del Amitri's second album, the line-up changed. Currie and Harvie invited keyboard player Andy Alston to join the band and fired both guitarist Bryan Tolland and drummer Paul Tyagi. Tolland was replaced in the studio by Mick Slaven and Tyagi by The Commotions' Stephen Irvine. However, Slaven and Irvine chose not to join the band full-time and were replaced by David Cummings and Brian McDermott, respectively.

The album was released in 1989, Waking Hours reached No.6 in the UK Albums Chart and gave the band their most successful UK single, "Nothing Ever Happens", which peaked at No 11. They also gained some mainstream exposure abroad for the first time, as Waking Hours was a success in several territories with the single "Kiss This Thing Goodbye" flirting with the lower reaches of the US Billboard Hot 100's Top 40. In between Waking Hours and their next album, the band released the single "Spit In the Rain", which reached No. 21 in the UK.

A fantastic piece of Del Amitri signed memorabilia. All of our items come with a COA. We are happy to offer a 100% money back guarantee with every item we sell, if the autograph is not genuine.

Each item is wrapped and is then protected with the largest bubble wrap available and boxed in a sturdy corrugated cardboard shipment carton. All pieces of memorabilia are shipped securely to ensure the protection of each of these priceless items.

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Dimensions; 50cm H x 80cm W x 5cm D

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