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Girls Aloud have marked their 20th anniversary with a special vinyl of their classic hit ‘Sound Of The Underground’, which has topped the charts once again.
The vinyl, which also includes a never-heard-before alternate vocal version, has reached number 1 on the Official Vinyl Single Charts.
100% of the proceeds from each copy will be donated to the Sarah Harding Breast Cancer Appeal, which is part of the Christie Charitable Fund.
After beating their Popstars: The Rivals competitors to the Christmas Number 1 in December 2002, Sound Of The Underground went on to spend four weeks at the top of the chart, and heralded in a run of 22 magnificent chart smashes that defined a decade in pop.
Alongside the alternate vocal version, the vinyl also comes with a set of ‘Buy Girls, Bye Boys’ stickers, a nod to their campaign in the early days of promoting ‘Sound Of The Underground’.
It comes after Nadine, Cheryl, Kimberley and Nicola took part in a series of fundraising events in memory of their late bandmate Sarah Harding, with a gala and a ‘Race For Life For Sarah’ event, with thousands taking part.
The girls also collaborated with Primark, with a collection of night-wear, with proceeds going to The Christie and Cancer Research UK.
We hope that this is just the beginning of Girls Aloud vinyls being issued to celebrate their 20 iconic years in pop.
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