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Bang! is a compilation album by Frankie Goes to Hollywood given a Japan-only release during 1985. It is the first compilation album by the group, and the first to gather together various remixes that were difficult to find at the time. The album has subsequently become a collectors item in its own right. For collectors, the inclusion of the Hibakusha mix of "Two Tribes" was a real find
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).
It is August 1984 and Frankie Goes To Hollywood are in their pomp. To celebrate their final performance of it on Top of the Pops they are wearing matching white wedding jackets with black trousers and bow ties. Among those viewers was Chris Squire, bassist with Yes, the prog band whose 90125 album Horn was then producing. Squire recommended that Horn make them ZTT’s first signing.
Back to the page of Frankie Goes To Hollywood. EP, 1983, Island Records, Phonogram Records. 2. One September Monday. Album, 1984, ZTT. Tracklist. 1. The World Is My Oyster (Including Well, Snatch of Fury). Welcome to the Pleasure Dome. 4. War. 5. Two Tribes. 8. Born to Run. 9. San Jose.
The compilation album of songs was produced by executive producer Ron Lovely of All Star Media. The album was created to benefit The Wildlife Waystation charity. It was released March 27, 2001 in the US. The album was produced by Ron Lovely and All-Star Media and distributed by Navarre Corporation. At the time he was nominated for a best actor Oscar and best film the Gladiator, directed by Ridley Scott. The Album was also released in Europe and Asia and became a hit in Japan. The Wildlife Waystation is a refuge for endangered wild animals in the Angeles Forest.
Frankie Goes to Hollywood were a British band formed in Liverpool, England in the 1980s. It also won the 1985 Brit Award for Best British Single. Their debut album, Welcome to the Pleasuredome, reached number one in the UK in 1984 with advanced sales of over one million. After the follow-up success of "Two Tribes" and "The Power of Love", the group became only the second act in the history of the UK charts to reach number one with their first three singles; the first being fellow Liverpudlians Gerry and the Pacemakers from the 1960s.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "The Cool World/Dizzy Goes Hollywood" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "The Cool World/Dizzy Goes Hollywood Album. Missing lyrics by Dizzy Gillespie?
|1||Old England Erich Wolfgang Korngold||John Scott feat: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra||2:24|
|2||Robin Hood and His Merry Men Erich Wolfgang Korngold||John Scott feat: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra||4:26|
|3||Love Theme Erich Wolfgang Korngold||John Scott feat: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra||7:14|
|4||The Fight, Victory and Epilogue Erich Wolfgang Korngold||John Scott feat: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra||4:09|
|5||Green Leaves of Summer Dimitri Tiomkin / Paul Francis Webster||John Scott feat: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra||4:03|
|6||Love Theme Nino Rota||John Scott feat: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra||2:54|
|7||Casablanca: Suite Max Steiner||John Scott feat: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra||9:03|
|8||Prelude Miklós Rózsa||John Scott feat: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra||4:03|
|9||Parade of the Charloteers Miklós Rózsa||John Scott feat: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra||3:44|
|10||Tara Max Steiner||John Scott feat: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra||3:54|
|11||Rebecca Suite Franz Waxman||John Scott feat: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra||7:37|
|12||Prelude Bernard Herrmann||John Scott feat: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra||2:24|
|13||Finale Bernard Herrmann||John Scott feat: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra||2:47|
CreditsBernard Herrmann - Composer
Erich Wolfgang Korngold - Composer
Iain McLay - Producer
Nino Rota - Composer
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Performer, Primary Artist
Miklós Rózsa - Composer
John Scott - Conductor, Primary Artist
Max Steiner - Composer
Gary Thomas - Balance Engineer
Dimitri Tiomkin - Composer
Mike Townend - Arranger, Producer
Franz Waxman - Composer
Paul Francis Webster - Composer