However, that album did bring me two songs that are among my all-time favorites from any artist. "Waiting For That Day" and
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Joe Kohlhofer played Wham hit on repeat to get listeners in the festive mood.
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Alt and her crew perfected all those awesome details from the original Wham! video: the cheesy dry ice, the T-shaped stage
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