We're All Fruit Salad!: The Wiggles' Greatest Hits (DVD)
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Get ready to Wiggle to 30 years of Wiggly music and fun! Fans of The OG Wiggles (The ‘Original Guys’), will love reliving the soothing voice of Greg, scintillating guitar breaks from Murray, Jeff’s keyboard wizardry, and Anthony's commentary "What’s Next Greg?” alongside their good friends; Dorothy the Dinosaur, Captain Feathersword, Wags the Dog and Henry the Octopus. The OGs started ‘cradle rock’, sold out Madison Square Garden 12 times and have created classics for children around the world! A few years later, Sam started Wiggling and the band kept rocking!
In 2013, a whole new sound came along, when Emma, Lachy and Simon joined in on the fun! "This 30-year compilation is like looking back at a party that has been going for more than half my life” - Anthony Field (Blue Wiggle, Founding Member). This release is a celebration of The Wiggles music’s enduring appeal, and the band’s popularity with generations of families across the globe. 30 years, yummy yummy!
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