“This album covers our hits from around the world on both CD and magical vinyl.”
In an interview with Express.co.uk, Clark also looked back on the competition between bands like The DC5 and The Beatles at the height of their fame.
“It’s exciting,” he enthused. “I think competition’s good for everybody. Paul McCartney and John, who was a good friend, that was healthy.”
Remembering 1964, when their single Glad All Over knocked The Beatles off the top of the charts, he laughed: “It was wonderful.