Sweet's Andy Scott Celebrates Classic Song Hitting No. 1


(Classic Rock) The Sweet's Andy Scott is celebrating the news that the group's classic hit Fox On The Run reached No.1 on the iTunes Top 40 US Rock Songs chart.

The song, recorded in 1974, features in the trailer for upcoming superhero film Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.2 - leading to a surge in online sales. Fox On The Run appeared on The Sweet's third album Desolation Boulevard.

Scott tells Classic Rock: "It's great. And it shows that we weren't completely wrong when we were all together in the 70s and writing the song. It's stood the test of time.

"I have been told that it might make it into the US Billboard chart too, which will be odd as I hardly recognize the name of any of the bands in that chart today." Read more here.

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