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Frankie Goes to Hollywood

Welcome to the Pleasuredome (13:40)

80s · new wave · pop · rock

Welcome to the Pleasuredome is the title track of the 1984 debut album by Frankie Goes to Hollywood. The lyrics of the song were inspired by the poem Kubla Khan by Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
In March 1985, the album track was substantially abridged and remixed for release as the group's fourth UK single.

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  • sounds fresh to me even now
  • in a sense looking back now.The whole story of the band Frankie Goes To Hollywood, and also the way of life how it was back in the mid 80's. in a nut shell.... a perfect super nova..
  • Perfekt... the Reail Music to spend a Minutes for the 80`s. Great Music ;-)
  • Huhahuha!
  • I like Hollywood!!!!
  • I love the backing vocals from 11:33 to 12:18. Out of this world. The whole piece is a stunning production. I remember getting it on cassette when it came out and walking around through the night, listening to it on my Walkman and letting it blow my mind!
  • Plesuredome ? Red Light District ?
  • ffg
    Trevor Horn’s epic prog pop masterpiece.
  • Amazing track!
  • The entire album was a masterpiece. (2)

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