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17 years after their initial breakup in 1987, the band, whose 1983 hit Relax was banned by the BBC, re-formed to play a one-off Prince's Trust concert a. .
Bang! is a compilation album by Frankie Goes to Hollywood given a Japan-only release during 1985. It is the first compilation album by the group, and the first to gather together various remixes that were difficult to find at the time. The album has subsequently become a collectors item in its own right. For collectors, the inclusion of the Hibakusha mix of "Two Tribes" was a real find
Frankie Goes to Hollywood. Album Welcome To The Pleasuredome. Do you know the way to San Jose? I've been away so long. I may go wrong and lose my way Do you know the way to San Jose? I'm going back to find some peace of mind in San Jose. Do you know the way to San Jose? They've got a lot of space. There'll be a place where I can stay I was born and raised in San Jose I'm going back to find some peace of mind in San Jose. Fame and fortune is a magnet It can pull you far away from home With a dream in your heart you're never alone Dreams turn into dust and blow away And there you are without a friend You pack your car and ride away. I've got lots of friends in San Jose Do you know the way to San Jose? Can't wait to get back to San Jose.
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Frankie Goes To Hollywood artist page featuring curated audio playlist streams, videos, photos, social feeds, album tracks & original artist biography. The 18-track double-album featured a handful of covers, including Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Born To Run’ and the standard ‘Do You Know The Way To San Jose?’, but critics claimed that more attention had been paid to the record’s lavish packaging and predictably ambitious marketing campaign than the quality of the songs. Despite the attacks, the album did respectable, if not stellar, business worldwide and yielded a third UK N. with the seasonal ‘The Power Of Love’, once again supported by a Godley & Creme video (this time without any appearance from the members of the band).
Trevor Horn discovered Frankie Goes To Hollywood shortly after creating his record company ZTT when he saw the band performing "Relax" and "Two Tribes" on a Channel 4 show called The Tube. Why don't you sign them up?" Horn didn't think much about them until months later when he heard them again on BBC Radio 1 DJ David Jensen's radio show. 5) The group caused further controversy on the Welcome To The Pleasuredome album by having an impersonator mimic Prince Charles talking about orgasms! 6) The song features on the soundtrack of the Police Academy movie (it was still in the US chart at the time the movie came out). 7) The song has been re-released twice (1994/2000) in remix form. Trevor Horn claims he has collected over 200 different remixes of "Relax!".
In May 1983, having seen Frankie Goes to Hollywood perform 'Relax' on Channel Four's The Tube music programme, Horn signed the band to ZTT. Fronted by singer Holly Johnson, with Paul Rutherford on vocals and keyboards, Brian Nash on guitar, Mark O'Toole on bass and Peter Gill on drums, Frankie had gone through various line-up changes between their formation in 1980 and the John Peel session they recorded for BBC Radio One in October '8. Another time, when Dave Robinson of Stiff Records asked me to engineer an album by a German singer named Inga Rumpf, he told me, 'I'm getting this guy to come down to start you of. I was disgusted but there was nothing I could do, and the guy turned out to be Phill Brown, who had been a house engineer at Island Records' Basing Street Studios. And by the way, I also discovered that my guitar playing still sounded like crap.
|1||Intro / Rage Hard (Taken From The Remix 7")||6:18|
|2||Relax (Discotech Remix)||6:28|
|3||Warriors Of Suburbia (Art Of Mix-Remix)||7:31|
|4||War (Razormaid Mix)||6:05|
|5||The Power Of Love (Unreleased Christmas Mix)||11:45|
|7||Welcome To The Pleasuredome (DMC-Remix)||6:45|
|8||Two Tribes (Hot Tracks-Remix)||8:54|
NotesT1 is "Bang..." followed by a version of "Rage Hard (Stamped)" with the long outro from the original "Rage Hard (Broad)" 12".
T3 is Pet Shop Boys' "Suburbia (Warrior Mix) from Art of Mix: Art Of Compilation CD 5.
T5 is the original 12" extended version followed by the instrumental.
T6 may be the "Special Disco Mix" from Frankie Says... Welcome To Frankfurt
T7 is the Ben Liebrand mix incorporating the cover by Vienna Symphonic Orchestra Project.