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Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. The Beatles part was extended to a whole minute medley which took up the entire Side A of the vinyl album, with excerpts from another 21 Beatles titles plus George Harrison 's solo hit "My Sweet Lord" being recorded and added plus two reprises of the "Stars On 45" theme.
The remainder of the original 12" mix was re-edited and placed as track one on Side B, coupling recent pop and disco hits like Heatwave 's "Boogie Nights", Lipps Inc. The medley also featured another uncredited instrumental reference to The S.
The second single in Europe and most other parts of the world was instead a medley of ABBA hits released under the title " More Stars " confusingly also the title of the third US single, but an entirely different medley and was later that same year extended for inclusion on the second Stars On 45 album.
It contained no pictures or other artwork.Stars on 45 was a Dutch novelty pop act that was briefly very popular throughout Europe, and in the United States, and Australia in The group later shortened its name to Stars On in the U.S., while in the UK and Ireland it was known as Starsound (aka Star Sound). The band, which consisted solely of studio session musicians under the direction of Jaap Eggermont, formerly of Golden Earring.