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  1. "Driver's Seat" is a 1978 song by the British band Sniff 'n' the Tears that appears on their debut album, Fickle Heart. The band is considered a one-hit wonder as "Driver's Seat" was their only hit, except in the Netherlands, where they had a second hit. The genesis of the song dates back to 1973 and a demo tape recorded for a French record label by singer/guitarist Paul Roberts for the band Ashes of Moon. However, that band broke up and, at the suggestion of drummer Luigi Salvoni, Roberts re-fo

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    • 1978
  2. Barry from Sauquoit, Ny On July 15th 1979, "Driver's Seat" by Sniff 'n' the Tears entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #82; and on September 23rd, 1979 it peaked at #15 (for 2 weeks) and also spent 15 weeks on the Top 100... It reached #8 in the Netherlands and #17 in Canada... Was the sextet's only Top 100 record...

  3. 1992. Sell This Version. PIO CD 95001. Sniff 'n' the Tears. Driver's Seat ('95 Remixes By Ben Liebrand & Atlantic Ocean) ‎ (CD, Maxi) Pioneer (3) PIO CD 95001.

  4. From Atlantic LP 19242 "Fickle Heart". Side A is an edit of the album version A Part Time Production Mfg. By Atlantic Recording Corp., A Warner Communications Company. Although the labels appear nearly identical to Driver's Seat, this version can be distinguished by the "SP", which follows the sequence of the label matrices, and by the Specialty Records Corporation's logo stamped into the ...

  5. After a decade of inactivity, Sniff 'n' The Tears were unexpectedly revived in 1992, after the use of "Driver's Seat" in a European advertising campaign pushed the 13-year-old recording to the very top of the Dutch chart in mid-1991.

  6. Official audio for Driver's Seat by Sniff 'n' the Tears, released on Ace Records. Subscribe to the official Ace channel for more classics, lost gems, playlis...

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  7. Oct 03, 2019 · During the fall of 1979, the moody, pulsing sound of “Driver’s Seat” by Sniff ‘n The Tears poured out of radios all over America. It eventually reached the number 15 spot on the Billboard Pop Singles chart and was among the earliest songs heralding the advent of New Wave.

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