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Do you already like us on Facebook? Please forward this error screen to sharedip-10718044145. Please forward this error screen to 198. The Searchers – Needles and Pins single. TP – Needles and Pins single. Needles and Pins” is a song written by Jack Nitzsche and Sonny Bono. In his autobiography, Bono states that he sang along with Nitzsche’s guitar-playing, thus creating both the tune and the lyrics, being guided by the chord progressions.

US it peaked at number 84 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in May of that year. Audible during the Searchers’ recording of “Needles and Pins” is a faulty bass drum pedal, which squeaks throughout the song. It is particularly noticeable during the opening of the number. Part of The Searchers’ version can be heard as the intro of the song “Use the Man” from Megadeth’s Cryptic Writings album, although it does not appear on the remastered version. In 1977, at the height of their popularity, English rock band Smokie covered the song as a rock ballad for the album Bright Lights and Back Alleys, and got a European hit with “Needles and Pins”. The song reached number 1 in some European countries.

The Ramones covered “Needles and Pins” on their 1978 album Road to Ruin. Their version was also included on the band’s first greatest hits collection, Ramones Mania. In turn, pop-punk band The Commercials recorded the song for the tribute album Ramones Maniacs. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers released their first live album in 1985 called Pack Up the Plantation: Live! Ex-Smokie vocalist Chris Norman included his solo cover of the song on his 2000 studio album “Full Circle”. In The Commitments the fictional band And And! The song is referenced in Genesis’s 1974 song “Broadway Melody of 1974” from their album The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway.