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Frankie Goes To Hollywood'
Welcome To The PleasuredomeImport
Frankie Say Relax
Those three words in black letters on white oversized T-shirts persist as a main part of the imagery of the eighties. But even if you take away all the Malcolm McLaren-styled-marketing, Welcome To The Pleasuredome still stands out as one of the seminal records of the decade.
Produced by Trevor Horn (Art of Noise, The Buggles and briefly YES), it should. The sometimes over-the-top songs are interspersed with snippets of a Ronald Reagan impersonator and bombastic orchestral compositions. Put their most famous song 'Relax' in the middle of this and the song that created so much controversy when it was first released becomes a model of restraint. The irresistibly pounding yet simple bass line makes it as much a floor-filler today as it was in 1984.
The Orwellian 'Two Tribes', released at the height of the Cold War, still seems strangely poignant. 'The Power Of Love', the hyper-ballad that topped the British charts for a number of weeks, is still deliciously cheeky.
The re-mastering of this album will make your head spin and is the first that does the Trevor Horn production justice. As this is the first re-issue of the album on vinyl in 25 years, it's a damn good thing Music On Vinyl is releasing it on 180 grams audiophile vinyl!1. Well...
2. The World Is My Oyster
3. Snatch Of Fury
4. Welcome To The Pleasuredome
7. Two Tribes
9. Born To Run
10. San Jose
11. Wish The Lads Were Here/The Ballad Of 32
12. Krisco Kisses
13. Black Night White Light
14. The Only Star In Heaven
15. The Power Of Love
16. Bang$47.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Deluxe Limited Edition 140 Gram Clear Vinyl!
The Very Best of Frankie Goes To Hollywood!LP 1
1. Two Tribes (introduced via the piano of Anne Didley)
2. The Power Of Love
3. Relax (the last seven inches)
4. Two Tribes (we don't want to die)
6. Welcome To The Pleasuredome (a remade world)
7. Ferry Cross The Mersey (and here I'll Stay)
8. Rage Hard
9. Watching The Wildlife
1. Born To Run (live on the Tube)
2. Warriors of the Wasteland (attack) seven inch
3. Kill The Pain
4. Maximum Joy
5. Two Tribes (annihilation) twelve inch
6. Relax (New York) twelve inch
7. The Power of Love (...best listened to be lovers)$37.99140 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
LiverpoolWarriors Of The Wasteland
Kill The Pain
Watching the Wildlife
For Heaven's Sake
Is Anybody Out There?$4.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Small cutout slit on cover Buy Now
DreamcarIn the summer of 2014, No Doubt s Tony Kanal [bass], Tom Dumont [guitar], and Adrian Young [drums] and singer Davey Havok [AFI, Blakq Audio] began writing and demoing music together. Without telling a soul outside of their significant others, the four musicians clandestinely moved into a cramped downtown Los Angeles rehearsal spot and revved up what would become DREAMCAR. The result of this collaboration is their self-titled debut album, DREAMCAR, produced by Tim Pagnotta [Neon Trees], with whom the band found a kindred spirit.
The band's name actually reflects their ambitions. DREAMCAR speaks to a nostalgia, but as much as it speaks to the past, it also speaks to the present and the future, singer Davey Havok says. It mirrors hopes, aspirations, and attaining the unattainable. I would hope the songs do the same thing. Rife with shimmering guitar tones, percussive slap bass, bombastic drums, and a neon-lit dancefloor dreaminess, DREAMCAR gleefully nods to the decade of Boy George and Back to the Future through a kaleidoscope of wisdom earned from three decades creating and connecting with fans worldwide.
The first single Kill For Candy instantly enchants with its upbeat energy and sweet, saccharine chant punctuated by a twisting and turning guitar and driving rhythms. The album swings between the Frankie Goes To Hollywood-style risquÉ spoken narrative of On The Charts to the delicate longing of the synth-washed Slip On The Moon where Havok pleads, Just look for me, I will look for you. Born To Lie builds from a breathy verse into an expansive refrain, while the opener After I Confess sees his hypnotic and haunting vocal soar over airy and open soundscapes. Ultimately, it's that combination of delectable and dangerous which will leave listeners everywhere satisfied. This is a big moment for us, Kanal leaves off. It's a new beginning. We can't wait to perform the songs live.1. After I Confess
2. Kill For Candy
3. Born to Lie
4. On The Charts
5. All Of the Dead Girls
6. Ever Lonely
7. The Assailant
8. The Preferred
9. Slip on the Moon
10. Don't Let Me Love
11. Do Nothing
12. Show Me Mercy$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now