Little anthony the imperials hurt so bad reputation


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Long dubbed the classic Little Anthony and the Imperials lineup consisting of Gourdine, Wright, Collins, and Sammy Strain, the band began collaborating with producer Teddy Randazzo and signed with Con Costa Productions. Epitomised by their dramatic, heartfelt pop/soul records, the Imperials enjoyed their peak success in the ‘60s notably with the singles “I’m on the Outside (Looking In)” (1964), “Goin’ Out Of My Head” (1964), “Hurt So Bad” (1965), “I Miss You So” (1965), “Take Me Back” (1965), and “Hurt” (1966). The latter five singles were taken from the Imperial’s fourth studio album, “Goin’ Out Of My Head”, and all enjoyed respectable chart placing. The subsequent singles “Better Use Your Head”, “You Better Take It Easy Baby”, and “It’s Not the Same” all featured on the band’s fifth studio album “Payin Our Dues”, however failed to match the success of its predecessor.


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