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    The pop group Jay and the Americans released a cover of "Walkin in the Rain" in 1969 on their album Wax Museum, Vol. 1 . Their version of the song reached number 19 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart; it was the last top-40 hit for the group. [3]

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    The complete set includes a bonus CD containing 16 of the best teenage love songs, and a full-color booklet packed with the artists’ nostalgic reminiscences about their hits, the dances, and more, plus a collector’s box to hold it all.

    If you couldn't tell from the Irish jig breakdown toward the end of their debut single, B*Witched hailed from the Emerald Isle -- but the lyrics to their lone crossover hit, which slyly nod to adolescent sexual experimentation, are universal. They were also subtle enough to fly under the radar of most censors, who were tricked by the absurdly effervescent bubblegum melodies into thinking the lyrics were equally pure. -- J. Lynch

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