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Monday, 2 April 2012

Five Star - Can't Wait Another Minute

'Can't Wait Another Minute' is the name of a 1986 hit single by British pop group Five Star.

The single peaked at number 7 in the UK in April of that year and becoming the first release from their million-plus selling second album Silk And Steel.

The video features the band making a human clock, with all five members becoming the "hands" of the clock. The band's car also supposedly breaks down, and are late for a concert. The traffic lights change from "Wait" to "Can't Wait" to reflect the song's title.

Click the link below to download the following:
Single Version
Dub Version
Extended Mix
The M&M Remix Version
Don't You Know I Love It - B-Side


1 comment:

  1. Love everything about Can't Wait.
    Don't You Know I Love It is completely fab too !

    I read somewhere that Can't Wait was originally a B side by a girly trio named Lewis (including Shirley Lewis and Dee Lewis), but I've never heard their version.