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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: Holly Johnson (centre) and Paul Rutherford (second from right) with ‘The Lads’, Brian Nash, Mark O’Toole and Peter Gill. Photograph: LJ Van Houten/Rex Features. 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. After all the controversy surrounding Frankie – their previous No 1, Relax, was banned for its obscene content, and the video for Two Tribes was banned for being indecent – even this choice of outfit seems like a provocative gesture. 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.
In truth, the album's more a testament to Trevor Horn's production skills than anything else. As the only member of the band actually doing anything the whole time (Paul Rutherford pipes up on backing vocals here and there), Holly Johnson needs to make a mark and does so with appropriately leering passion. He didn't quite turn out to be the new Freddie Mercury, but he makes a much better claim than most, combining a punk sneer with an ear for hyper-dramatic yelps. Black Night White Light. Frankie Goes to Hollywood.
Producer Trevor Horn recorded Frankie Goes To Hollywood performing this song in his studio but was dissatisfied with the outcome. He recorded a second version of the song using musicians from Ian Dury's backing band The Blockheads, but didn't like that recording either. In 1999, a man named . Turner falsely claimed to be Davey Johnson, a brother of lead singer Holly Johnson. More songs from Frankie Goes to Hollywood. More songs that became hits when they were re-released.
The Power of Love (Frankie Goes to Hollywood song). The Power of Love" is a song originally recorded and released by British band Frankie Goes to Hollywood. It was written by Holly Johnson, Peter Gill, Mark O'Toole and Brian Nash, four of five members of the band. It was released by the group as their third single.
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