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Wet Wet Wet

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Wet Wet Wet, live

Live Review by Mat Snow, New Musical Express, 8 February 1986

TONIGHT WILL be one of Wet Wet Wet's last gigs before they step from cultdom's pastel spotlight into the full glare of major-league pop-stardom. Only ...

Stupid Sports of the World Part 112: Ten "Pin" Bowling featuring Wet Wet Wet

Report and Interview by Sylvia Patterson, Smash Hits, 20 May 1987

They used to be "punk" "rockers" with horrible hair but now they're four "nice" "lads" who love their parents and take their washing home with ...

The "Secret" Life of Wet Wet Wet

Interview by William Shaw, Smash Hits, 29 July 1987

Who are these four Scottish scamps currently racing up the charts with 'Sweet Little Mystery' while still living at home with their mammies?... ...

Wet Wet Wet: Scream! Scream! Scream!

Interview by Len Brown, New Musical Express, 8 August 1987

Lock up your pop-stars, Glasgow's daughters are on the rampage. Thankfully the police have got the situation under control. Wet Wet Wet may be trapped ...

Wet Wet Wet: Christmas is...

Interview by Sylvia Patterson, Smash Hits, 15 December 1987

...Love? Peace on earth? Goodwill to all "man" kind? Not ruddy well likely, say Wet Wet Wet (except for Tommy because he's a weed). It's ...

Wet Wet Wet: Going For Broke

Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, March 1988

They signed a record deal and – two years, four producers and £600,000 later – released an LP. Wet Wet Wet had to sell a ...

Could you cope with being in Wet Wet Wet!

Interview by Chris Heath, Smash Hits, 9 March 1988

Well, first of all you get "kidnapped" by a mad taxi driver, then you get attacked by people who want to punch you in the ...

Wet Wet Wet: Scottish Exhibition Centre, Glasgow

Live Review by William Shaw, Smash Hits, 29 June 1988

HERE WE are at the first Wet Wet Wet concert of their "Temptation" tour and blow me down if there aren't people keeling over wherever ...

Wet Wet Wet: The Memphis Sessions (Phonogram)

Review by Caroline Sullivan, Melody Maker, 12 November 1988

IN A RECENT Wx3 feature in The Observer's Section 5, Simon Reynolds concluded that the Wets' perpetuation of soul music's traditional values is "an unhelpful ...

Wet Wet Wet: Holding Back The River

Review by Lloyd Bradley, Q, December 1989

PLEASANT AS it was, Wet Wet Wet's first album, Popped In Souled Out, was always too slick to be really interesting. ...

Wet Wet Wet: Adult Charm of a Little Pellow Talk

Interview by Mal Peachey, Mail On Sunday, 4 March 1990

Mal Peachey talks to the wise old men of Wet Wet Wet ...

Wet Wet Wet: Sweat Sweat Sweat

Interview by Bruce Dessau, Vox, November 1991

Clydeside's best are not just Level 42 in kilts, as Bruce Dessau discovers. When their last album failed to go mega platinum, the band found ...

Wet Wet Wet: Ronnie Scott's, London

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 4 November 1991

FOR WET Wet Wet's first British date for two years their record company was taking no chances. An audience of Radio One competition winners was ...

Wet Wet Wet: Sheffield Arena

Live Review by Simon Warner, The Guardian, 29 November 1993

THERE IS an honourable tradition of blue-eyed soul stretching from the Righteous Brothers to Hall & Oates and Stevie Winwood, yet if Wet Wet Wet ...

Too big for their own good — Wet Wet Wet: Wembley Arena, London

Live Review by Paul Sexton, The Times, 8 December 1993

Paul Sexton sees Scotland's gift to blue-eyed soul sell themselves short. ...

see also Marti Pellow


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