Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Limited Edition Interview Picture Disc album flac
Title: Limited Edition Interview Picture Disc
MP3 album: 1849 mb
FLAC album: 1210 mb
Other formats: DXD VOC AAC MP3 TTA AUD ASF
Genre: Not albums
Frankie Goes To Hollywood. The gatefold pvc sleeve has a couple of small splits on edges. Side H: Play Frankie Play. Format: Vinyl LP Album. Wish (The Lads Were Here). The record has not been sound tested, But should be noted that the sound quality on a picture disc is not as good as standard Vinyl.
Welcome to the Pleasuredome is the debut studio album by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, first released by ZTT and Island Records on 29 October 1984. Originally issued as a vinyl double album, it was assured of a UK chart entry at number one due to reported advance sales of over one million. The album was also a top ten seller internationally in countries such as Switzerland, Sweden, and New Zealand.
1984 FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD Double Album. Australian Press with inserts & Hype Sticker. Frankie goes to hollywood. Vinyl is mint and unplayed, picture sleeve has minor wear from storage. Standard 2nd Class - FREE.
The Frankie Goes to Hollywood compilation Frankie Said was released at the beginning of last week, and is a successful fusion of punter pleasing hits and fanboy rarities. The competitively priced ‘best of’ benefits from its simplicity – all the big singles, along with a few choice album cuts and a couple of the best selling twelve inch singles of all time. Disc two of this set cherry picks some of the best Frankie material from both the Art of the 12-inch compilations and also includes remixes from the recent Sex Mix release. It would be a sorry state of affairs if this Japanese release didn’t have anything exclusive, and thankfully that is not the case. Purchase online from here
Frankie Goes to Hollywood were a British band formed in Liverpool, England in the 1980s. The group was fronted by Holly Johnson (vocals), with Paul Rutherford (vocals), Peter Gill (drums, percussion), Mark O'Toole (bass guitar), and Brian Nash (guitar).
With a discography that includes a classic debut album (1984's Welcome to the Pleasuredome), a misguided sophomore effort (1986's Liverpool), and very few B-sides but plenty (like tons) of remixes, compiling Frankie Goes to Hollywood in a one-disc set is easy if you don't over-think it. Knocking the new wave circus act's career with ease, Frankie Said certainly avoids just that.
From obscurity to infamy and back again in less than five years, perhaps more than any other group, Frankie Goes To Hollywood define 80s music. This is a great DVD and I can certainly not see anything wrong with the picture/sound quality as some have mentioned. I'm not sure, however, why the TV appearances are all from BBC programmes and why certain BBC ones weren't included, for example 'Warriors of the Wasteland' performed on TOTP, 'Rage Hard' on 'Wogan', 'Warriors' on 'Roland Rat The Series' etc.