It ended up getting reviewed enthusiastically in numerous American magazines and newspapers as a Canadian import. The group seemed to reach a dead end in the early '80s, with Sylvester and Calvert exiting suddenly during that period. A new generation of rock music critics, accustomed to looking askance at longtime acts such as the Hollies attempting to bring their sound into the s, proved especially hostile to the group's British invasion-style gambit of re-interpreting a Motown standard like "Stop!
In the Name of Love," which became the single off the album. In a sad piece of irony, What Goes Around Additionally, it turned out that a lot of his remaining American CSN fans were simply not prepared to accept -- or, at least, get excited by -- the idea of his returning to the Hollies. They got lots of print and radio exposure, but the public just didn't care that much; as an example, an autograph signing at Tower Records in New York's East Village was ended an hour earlier than its scheduled 90 minutes when hardly anyone showed up to meet the band.
And the tour by this lineup had to be hastily rebooked into smaller halls when ticket sales didn't meet promoter expectations. The group continued to play concerts and make beautiful records, but there was no public demand for new releases, and by the '90s they'd ceased making new studio recordings.
As the 21st century beckoned, Allan Clarke -- after nearly 40 years as the lead vocalist for the band -- found that his singing didn't come to him as strongly or as well as he was used to, and he decided to retire, leaving Hicks and Elliott as the last two core members of the group.
British Phonographic Industry. Type in "Hollies" under Search to see search results. Recording Industry Association of America. Archived from the original PHP on 26 June Type in "Hollies" under Artist to see search results. Suffolk: Omnibus Press. In the Name of Love ". Discography Members. Namespaces Article Talk. This is a fine copy of this very rare Hollies CD! My items are visually graded under an intense light using my nearly 20 years of experience buying and playing records.
I am a record collector first and foremost. I would say my grading is on the conservative side however, it is also realistic. Realistic in the sense that sometimes even brand new records are not immaculate. Some items are play-graded and where this is the case it will be noted in the Item Description. Please note that it is my assertion that Main Album What Goes Around Release Date December 15, Label Magic.