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Welcome To The Pleasuredome
Frankie Goes to Hollywood

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  • ffg
    One of the most front-loaded albums ever.
  • As a fourteen year old, this was unlike any other album I owned, like entering a whole new world. Listening to it was an adventure; it wasn't just one song after another like 'normal' albums. It was full of weird sounds and noises, and for the duration you stepped into another world. Now, the two big singles apart, and with the odd interludes having long lost their magic, we are left with a bunch of decidedly mediocre songs and competent but uninspiring covers, and very little to suggest what it was that could have so enchanted me. The magic has worn off, unfortunately.
  • Frankie na Popvictims:
  • Original material completely owns the covers.
  • All those remixes in retrospect just showed the incredible creativity/productivity of Trevor Horn.
  • this album was a slowburn for me in terms of appreciating how good it is. first time listening to it, i only dug about 2-3 songs, the second time about 5-6 songs, the third time about 8-9 songs, eventually by the fifth time...i pretty much loved the entire album.
  • I decided to try it because you can't go wrong with Trevor Horn's production wizardry (srsly guy is one of my all-time fave producers), and then I realised this is basically an entire album of DAT BASS. There's just so much bass action in it!
  • great album, imo.
  • I disagree - born To Run was blah, but the stuff after was experimental and original and odd. There were a couple of good ballads in there, too. This is a widely underrated album. when it came out as a double, it was the best, and not many people had it in the NY area that I knew of. A personal pleasure, not something id normally let people in on...
  • Some of the track titles on the above listing are diabolical! I have the original CD, & the album titles are as follows - The World Is My Oyster/Snatch Of Fury [Stay], Welcome To The Pleasuredome, Relax [Come Fighting], War [and Hide], Two Tribes [For The Victims Of Ravishment], The Last Voice, Born To Run, Happy Hi, Wish [The Lads Were Here], The Ballad Of 32, Krisco Kisses, Black Night White Light, The Only Star In Heaven, The Power Of Love, Bang - in THAT order!!

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