Sunnyboys alone with you


The group signed to Waterfront Records , where they released a self-titled six-track extended play in December 1987, which "contained four of the band's self-penned stage favourites plus a cover of the Tommy James and the Shondells 1960s bubblegum apotheosis 'I Think We're Alone Now'." [1] It was followed by two singles, "I Think I Love You" (August 1988) and "Baby's Got a Gun" (December).

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