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Love In Stereo
I'm On Fire
Looking for Someone
Stuff Like That
It's Gonna Be Alright
Got to Get Away
On Your Own
April 19, 2019
℗ 2019 IN SYNK
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Please Yourself (Collector's Edition)
Please Yourself is the sixth studio album by British girl group Bananarama. It was released in 1993 by London Records, the last release the group had on this label. It is also the first album from Bananarama as a duo – with original members Sara Dallin and Keren Woodward continuing after the departure of Jacquie O'Sullivan in 1991 and the last to feature both Sara Dallin and Keren Woodward to play bass guitar on some tracks on the album until Viva. Please Yourself also reunites Bananarama with two-thirds of the Stock Aitken Waterman production team. Musician Gary Miller was brought in to do keyboards and guitar and would be Bananarama's next collaborator on their next album Ultra Violet. The concept of the album was first suggested by Pete Waterman as 'ABBA-Banana', a record that would feature pop songs in the style of ABBA, but updated for the 1990s.
Please Yourself features songs in a Europop style. It is the first Bananarama album not to get a release in the United States, and upon its release in the UK, it was panned by critics and charted at a low number forty-six. There was a limited double CD edition featuring 12" remix of former hit singles.
Bananarama (Collector's Edition)
Bananarama is the second album released by British girl group Bananarama. Released in 1984, the album peaked at no.16 on the UK album chart, also reaching the US top 40 album chart and was certified Silver by the BPI.
The group continued their association with producers Jolley & Swain. With this album, Bananarama had their first significant U.S. success with the single "Cruel Summer", which became a top ten hit there, bolstered by the song's inclusion in the soundtrack to the movie The Karate Kid. Further hits from the album included "Robert De Niro's Waiting..." and "Rough Justice". The track "Hot Line to Heaven" was also released as a single in the UK but failed to reach the top 40, peaking at #58.
Deep Sea Skiving (Collector's Edition)
Deep Sea Skiving is the debut studio album by British female vocal group Bananarama, released in 1983. The album peaked at no.7 on the UK album chart and was certified Silver by the BPI.
The inner-sleeve of the vinyl release contained numerous photos of the group, several of them in childhood. These pictures were reproduced in the 2013 Deluxe Edition CD/DVD re-issue.
On 19 March 2007, Bananarama's first six studio albums were re-issued by Rhino Records. All tracks on Deep Sea Skiving were remastered and included several bonus tracks, consisting of B-sides, remixes and cover of the Sex Pistols song "No Feelings".
Pop Life (Collector's Edition)
Viva (Deluxe Expanded Edition)
Look On The Floor (Hypnotic Tango)
Drama is the ninth studio album by the British female vocal duo Bananarama. It features eleven newly recorded tracks, along with a remix of their 1986 smash hit "Venus" and a 2005 remix of their 1982 hit "Really Saying Something", an underground bootleg club hit produced by Solasso.
Drama is a comeback of sorts for Bananarama members Keren Woodward and Sara Dallin and is their first album to be released in their native UK since 1993. The album's first single "Move in My Direction" debuted on the UK Singles Chart at Number 14, also becoming their first UK Top 40 hit since 1993. The second single, "Look on the Floor", also hit the UK Top 40, and climbed to Number 2 on the US Hot Dance Club Play chart as an import, becoming Bananarama's biggest US dancefloor hit since "Venus" two decades earlier.
The album mostly incorporates pop and eurodance musical styles, with some synthpop elements. Drama charted at a number 169 in the UK. It was later released in the United States in 2006. While the album performed well on Billboard's Top Electronic Albums chart, peaking at number 21, it did not chart on the Billboard 200, the US Pop Albums chart.
Ultra Violet and I Found Love are two titles given to the seventh studio album released by British girl group Bananarama in 1995. Originally released in Japan only, with the title I Found Love, the album was renamed and repackaged as Ultra Violet in other countries, including the United States, Australia, Canada, and continental Europe, where it was marketed either at the same time or in the following years. Neither Ultra Violet nor I Found Love was ever released in the United Kingdom, where the band had not had any hits since their 1993 cover of "More, More, More".
The album was released on various labels, including ZYX Records and DigIt International, depending upon the different countries because Bananarama had no major record deal after leaving London Records, which had produced all of their works before 1993. Musically, the 1995 album continued Bananarama's Europop sound, and it was a success commercially. Its biggest success came from the album's first single, "Every Shade of Blue", which sold well enough in Canada to chart in the Top 40. It also peaked at #124 in Australia.
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