The World Beaters Sing The World Beaters is an album by the 1970 England World Cup squad created as a spin-off to the success of the song Back Home. The album featuring songs such as a recording of "Sugar Sugar" by Bobby Moore and Francis Lee. The album was issued by Pye with a football shaped sleeve, and reached the UK top 5. The album was arranged by Phil Coulter and produced by Coulter and Bill Martin. Aside from the single "Back Home" and B-side "Cinnamon Stick", the album featured a third original Martin-Coulter composition "Glory-O", which was re-recorded two years later by a marching band directed by Martin and Coulter as the B-side of the songwriter's Philips single of the Munich 1972 Summer Olympics fanfare composed by Herbert Rehbein.

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  • The World Beaters Sing The World Beaters is an album by the 1970 England World Cup squad created as a spin-off to the success of the song Back Home. The album featuring songs such as a recording of "Sugar Sugar" by Bobby Moore and Francis Lee. The album was issued by Pye with a football shaped sleeve, and reached the UK top 5. The album was arranged by Phil Coulter and produced by Coulter and Bill Martin. Aside from the single "Back Home" and B-side "Cinnamon Stick", the album featured a third original Martin-Coulter composition "Glory-O", which was re-recorded two years later by a marching band directed by Martin and Coulter as the B-side of the songwriter's Philips single of the Munich 1972 Summer Olympics fanfare composed by Herbert Rehbein. (en)
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  • The World Beaters Sing The World Beaters is an album by the 1970 England World Cup squad created as a spin-off to the success of the song Back Home. The album featuring songs such as a recording of "Sugar Sugar" by Bobby Moore and Francis Lee. The album was issued by Pye with a football shaped sleeve, and reached the UK top 5. The album was arranged by Phil Coulter and produced by Coulter and Bill Martin. Aside from the single "Back Home" and B-side "Cinnamon Stick", the album featured a third original Martin-Coulter composition "Glory-O", which was re-recorded two years later by a marching band directed by Martin and Coulter as the B-side of the songwriter's Philips single of the Munich 1972 Summer Olympics fanfare composed by Herbert Rehbein. (en)
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