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17 June 2004

Jack and Jill chart

The Pete Burns/PSB collaboration single, "Jack and Jill party", has entered the UK singles chart at number 75 through UK sales from this site only! The single is still available exclusively through this site. See below for more details. Last week the London gay magazine, "Boyz" made it their single of the week, with a five-star review saying: "This is a sleazier, darker, underground relative to electro-pop, with Burns delievering a razor-sharp vocal over a bed of warped synths, resulting in the kind of track that every retro-electro wannabe in the land dreams of making." The lyrics of "Jack and Jill party" can now be read in our LYRICS section. You can check out Dead Or Alive's official website and find out what else Pete Burns is up to at www.DeadOrAlive.net

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