Curiosity Killed the Cat

Curiosity Killed the Cat was a British pop band that achieved success in the UK in the late 1980s, with hit singles such as "Down to Earth", "Misfit" and "Ordinary Day", from their No. 1 debut album, Keep Your Distance. This was followed by Getahead with the accompanying hit "Name and Number", that was recreated by De La Soul in "Ring Ring Ring". In the early 1990s, the band's bassist left, and billed as 'Curiosity' they collaborated with Simon Cowell recording "Hang On in There Baby" on the album Back to Front.

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Who Are YouVery Best3:51
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First PlaceVery Best4:32
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We Just Gotta Do It (For Us)Very Best4:16
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The WagLive from London (Live)4:18
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Ball and ChainVery Best4:38
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Mile HighLive from London (Live)4:33
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BulletLive from London (Live)2:51
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Long Train Runnin'Long Train Runnin'3:44
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Long Train Runnin' (The Phil Harding & PJs Ltr 'Mind the Gap' Mix)Long Train Runnin'5:28
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EasyLive from London (Live)3:31
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