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  2. View concert statistics of Once Upon a Time by Simple Minds played live. Check out who covered the song and in which years it was played and how often! Once Upon a Time by Simple Minds Song Statistics | rockandroll.tygojaskazizilzushura.infoinfo
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  4. Oct 09,  · ONCE UPON A TIME is a wonderful album by Simple Minds, an 80s Scottish band who, along with The Police, U2, REM, INXS, The Call, The Clash, The Cars, Midnight Oil, a few other 80s new-wavers, a number of 80s hard rock bands, and all of the great rockers of the 60s and 70s, may now be considered "classic rock."/5(34).
  5. The discography of the Scottish art rock/new wave band Simple Minds consists of 18 studio albums (either original or covers and counting 's Sons and Fascination/Sister Feelings Call as a double album release), 8 live albums, 12 compilation albums, 9 box sets, 52 singles, and 5 video rockandroll.tygojaskazizilzushura.infoinfoation albums:
  6. Feb 05,  · Simple Minds today revealed the tracklist for the new best-of collection it first announced last fall, confirming that the band’s career-spanning Celebrate — The Greatest Hits+ will be released this spring in a 2CD, song format as well as a 3CD, song edition with each version featuring a .
  7. Once Upon a Time is the seventh studio album by Simple Minds, released in Although already successful in their native UK and Europe, the band had also now become popular in the US, mainly due to the success of “Don’t You (Forget About Me)” which appeared on The Breakfast Club soundtrack and had become a No.1 hit there.

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