Welcome To The Pleasure Dome: 25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition - Frankie Goes To Hollywood Reviews
Description:Artist: Frankie Goes To Hollywood / Original recording remastered / Audio CD released 2010-04-12 at Salvo
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Liverpool - Frankie Goes To HollywoodWhy do you think it is always in the sales? It's terrib ... (529 words)
by - written on 29/05/01, updated on 01/06/01
pop-shysters "Take That" were amongst the first "manufacteured" bands, were they weren't and although there were earlier ones, with the possable exception of that pile of shite called "Hear Say", F Frankie Goes to Hollywood were THE manufacteured band of all time. Now, with that bloody long-winded introduction out of the way, park arse and read what the album was about... "Warriors Of The Wasteland" - mostly performed by producer Steve Lipson, "Warriors" is almost metal and if they had a decent singer (sorry, Holly, you can't sing rock) for this type of song, it would have got higher than lingering around the ...
Welcome To The Pleasuredome - Frankie Goes To HollywoodWelcome to the Frankie beat.... (466 words)
by JohnC - written on 31/12/00, updated on 31/12/00 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Frankie’s first and finest album, with ‘best of’ thrown in for good measure. This album features all the reasons Frankie became famous as well as infamous, namely ‘The Power of Love’, ‘Two Tribes’ and ‘Relax’. The album opens with a surrealistic track called ‘The World is my Oyster’ giving a trendy, ‘pastiche’ feel to the album, quickly followed by a ‘snatch of fury’. By track three (Welcome to the Pleasure Dome) we are into the typical Frankie ‘beat’ so characteristic of their work and engineered by master producer (‘and all that’ as the credits state) ...
Reload: The Whole 12 InchesSome really good songs but.... (155 words)
by gchessun - written on 08/11/00, updated on 08/11/00 (Useful, 51 readings)
offered an alternative to the normal tracks by FGTH. This is the album that has the 12"s and remixes of the well known songs on it. It is crammed in with 76 minutes of music, but the first thing you notice is three copies of Relax, and 2 of each of Two Tribes and Welcome to the Pleasure Dome. Making 5 different tracks ...