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Wet Wet Wet Love Is All Around Soundwave Limited Edition Art Print Hand Signed By Members Marti Pellow, Tommy Cunningham, Graeme Clark, Neil Mitchell and artist Tim Wakefield - Aqua / White

Wet Wet Wet Love Is All Around Soundwave Limited Edition Art Print Hand Signed By Members Marti Pellow, Tommy Cunningham, Graeme Clark,  Neil Mitchell  and artist Tim Wakefield - Aqua / White

Date: 2009

Signed By: Members Marti Pellow, Tommy Cunningham, Graeme Clark, Neil Mitchell and artist Tim Wakefield - Aqua / White

Edition: 50 prints produced world wide.

Condition: New / Mint

Medium: Archival Digital Print On Paper

British Pounds£495
US Dollars$658
Euros€611
Japanese Yen¥84967

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Wet Wet Wet Soundwaves Art

Wet Wet Wet are a Scottish pop rock band that formed in the 1980s. They scored a number of hits in the British charts and around the world. The band comprises Marti Pellow (vocals), Tommy Cunningham (drums, vocals), Graeme Clark (bass, vocals) and Neil Mitchell (keyboards, vocals). A fifth, unofficial member, Graeme Duffin (lead guitar, vocals), has been with them since 1983.In 1994, Wet Wet Wet had their biggest hit, a cover version of the Troggs single "Love Is All Around", which was a huge international success and spent fifteen weeks atop the British charts. The week before it could have equalled the record for the longest-standing Number 1 single, held by Bryan Adams' "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You", Pellow insisted on its deletion (he was bored with its chart domination and overheard people complaining about it).[6] However, it would have not broken the record. There were still enough copies in the shops, and the song slipped to #2 the week after its deletion. In any event, it remained in the Top 40 for the remainder of the year. "Love Is All Around" was used on the soundtrack to the film Four Weddings and a Funeral. In the official UK best-selling singles list issued in 2002, it was placed 12th. The song also featured on the 1995 album Picture This, their sixth, which also spawned the hit single "Julia Says". The album, although well-received by critics, would ultimately live in the shadow of "Love Is All Around".