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Mp3 Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Inside The Pleasuredome [Boxset, signed]

  • Performer: Frankie Goes To Hollywood
  • Album: Inside The Pleasuredome [Boxset, signed]
  • Label: ZTT Japan
  • Catalog #: XECZ-1037-1038
  • MP3: 1055 mb | FLAC: 1784 mb
  • Released: 24 Jun 2009
  • Country: Japan
  • Style: Synth-pop
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 869
  • Category: Electronic / Rock / Pop
Mp3 Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Inside The Pleasuredome [Boxset, signed]

Tracklist

1War6:14
2 Welcome To The Pleasuredome
3The Power Of Love
Arranged By [Strings] – Anne Dudley
5:32
4The Power Of Love (Instrumental Version)2:33
5The Ballad Of 324:49
6The World Is My Oyster (Including Well, Snatch Of Fury)1:58
7San José3:10
8Two Tribes (Carnage)7:57
9Ferry Cross The Mersey4:05
10Black Night White Light4:09
11Relax3:57
12Born To Run3:59
13Wish The Lads Were Here2:48
14Relax (International / Live)4:44
15Bang...1:10
16Fury1:49
17The Only Star In Heaven4:16
18Two Tribes3:28
19War (Hidden)8:35
20One September Monday4:50
21Relax (Sex Mix)16:23
22(TAG)0:35
23Welcome To The Pleasuredome
Acoustic Guitar – Steve Howe
13:41
24 Bonus Disc
25Welcome To The Pleasuredome (The Soundtrack From Bernard Rose's Video)5:46
26Two Tribes (Annihilation)9:11
27Krisco Kisses2:59

Credits

  • Artwork By [Artwork Retouch For Japanese Edition] – Michiharu Yasufuku
  • Artwork By [Design] – XL of Poland Street and ZTT of Basing Street
  • Artwork By [Paintings] – Lawrence Cole
  • Bass, VocalsMark O'Toole
  • Computer [Software, Hardware And The Fifth Dimension]Jonathan Jeczalik
  • DrumsPeter Gill
  • Engineer [The Lads Were Engineered By]Stuart 'Blushing' Bruce
  • Engineer, Producer [Production Assistant], Guitar [The Lipson Service Guitar, Including Dark Side Of The Mood Solo On The Title Track]Steve Lipson
  • GuitarBrian Nash
  • Keyboards [Additional]Anne Dudley
  • Keyboards, Percussion [Pottery]Andrew Richards
  • Mastered ByIan Cooper
  • Other [Japanese Edition Co-director] – Toshiharu Takamuku, Yuka Tero
  • Other [Japanese Edition Production Assistant] – Noriko Kanza
  • Other [Japanese Edition Supervising Director] – Kengo Watanabe
  • Other […acted During The Bang] – Christopher Barry, Patrick Allen, Paul Morley
  • Percussion, Other [Cignals]Louis Jardim
  • Photography [Black & White, Dutch Pink] – Anton Corbijn
  • Photography [Party] – Steve Romney
  • Photography [Pleasure Guard-in] – Peter Ashworth
  • Photography [Pre-bang Liverpool] – John Stoddart
  • Photography [Video] – AJ Barratt
  • Photography [Wargames] – Eric Watson
  • Producer [Japanese Edition]Masakazu 'Hiro' Hiroishi
  • Producer [Produced And All That By]Trevor C. Horn
  • Remastered ByMitsuyoshi "P" Kishida
  • Remastered By [Supervised By]Yasuhiko Terada
  • Vocals [The Voice]Holly Johnson
  • Vocals, Other [I Came To Dance]Paul Rutherford

Notes

℗ 1983, 1984 ZTT Records Ltd. © 2009 ZTT Records Ltd.
Released by Third Ear under exclusive licence courtesy of ZTT Records Ltd.

Remastered at THINK SYNC STUDIO.

Tracks 2-3, 2-6 and 2-8 are marked as "First time on CD".

Issued in a gatefold cardsleeve. Comes with a Obi strip featuring a Frankie 25th logo and a campaign access card.

The release title is mispelled "Welcome To The Pleasure Dome" on the gatefold sleeve spine.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Printed on OBI): 4580132732278
  • Other (Individual Catalogue Number - CD1): XECZ-1037
  • Other (Individual Catalogue Number - CD2): XECZ-1038
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): XECZ-1037 1B07500806
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): XECZ-1038 1B07500807
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI LT025
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI TAL32
  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • ASIN: B0025TU3NS

Album

Inside the Pleasuredome is an Ultra-Deluxe box set released by ZTT Records and Union Square Music in October 2014 to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Frankie Goes To Hollywood's debut album, Welcome to the Pleasuredome. Spread across a double album on 180g vinyl, three 10 singles, a cassingle, a 5 track download-only instrumental EP and a DVD, the boxset contains 20 previously unreleased mixes of tracks from the Pleasuredome album. On 25th September 2014 Colleen Murphy from Classic Album Sundays hosted a playback of Frankie Goes To Hollywood's Welcome To The Pleasuredome vinyl To The Pleasuredome Escape Act Video Mix. Исполнитель: Frankie Goes To Hollywood. What a pushover Were a long way from home Welcome to the Pleasuredome On our way home Going home where lovers roam Long way from home Welcome to the Pleasuredome Moving on, keep moving on I will give you diamonds by the shower Love your body even when its old Do it just as only I can do it And never. Welcome to the Pleasuredome - Frankie Goes To Hollywood. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Welcome To The Pleasuredome - Frankie Goes To Hollywood. Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Relax Come Fighting. Frankie Goes To Hollywood - War . And Hide. Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Two Tribes. Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Two Tribes For The Victims Of Ravishment. Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Ferry Go. Strip away all the hype, controversy, and attendant craziness surrounding Frankie - most of which never reached American shores, though the equally bombastic Relax and Two Tribes both charted well - and Welcome to the Pleasuredome holds up as an outrageously over-the-top, bizarre, but fun release. Frankie Goes to Hollywood. Dance 1984. The World Is My Oyster Including Well, Snatch of Fury. Welcome to the Pleasuredome. Review Summary: Frankie Goes to Hollywood was a quirky but lovable 80's band whose controversies and fanaticism reached few people this side of the Atlantic but is quite influential on the artists of today. Pleasuredome was their only album that really mattered. If you look past Frankie Goes to Hollywood's signature song Relax and delve into their quirky debut album Welcome to the Pleasuredome, you would probably end your first encounter with it more puzzled with it than when you started. It is certainly a diverse, strange entertaining album that either rises triumphantly