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The Strangers about their quarrel with The Beatles
Showbiz this Morning were 70's Icons to The Strangers and guest at the Joe ochtendduo Sven Ornelis and Anke Buckinx. The trademark of The Strangers is a new text come up on the melody of well known songs. But that didn't always go smoothly because some artists were not always glad that The Strangers in their melody used.

So did the producer of Sandra Kim, after the contest had won with " J'aime, j'aime la vie’, hard. The Strangers were allowed initially, no number cast on the melody because the producer thought that it was the platenverkoop of Sandra Kim would harm. Then that producer will be adjusted and brought to The Strangers ‘kzen Zoe geire Polies’.

The problems with the cover were not only within our borders. “We have also suffered with ‘Yellow Submarine’ by The Beatles. But The Beatles had an existing melody taken over and used of the song, ‘Who has sugar in the pea soup". That whole thing is in the cover up landed and we were allowed to our song keep on singing”.

But The Strangers did not always longest at the end: “We have also Mobutu, head of state of Congo, named after one of our songs, but that if not politically. Friendly foreign heads of state, we were not allowed to offend. We have but a different text to the melody created,” said The Strangers.

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