The Hoosiers – Worried About Ray

“Worried About Ray” is the debut single by Reading pop rock band The Hoosiers. The song utilises parts of The Turtles’ 1967 hit “Happy Together” and its writers, Alan Gordon and Garry Bonner, are credited as co-writers.
It was the first single to be released from the band’s debut album The Trick to Life. It reached #16 on the UK Singles Chart on 24 June 2007 on downloads alone. The single climbed to #6 the following week with CD sales included and the song climbed one place to its peak chart position of #5 the following week. It also reached #4 on the download charts. The music video for the song is inspired by the American special effects pioneer Ray Harryhausen.

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