Frankie Goes To Hollywood

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Bang! The Greatest Hits Of Frankie Goes To Hollywood
Used - LP - 4509-93912
Rare 1993 German Compilation With Custom Inner Sleeve. Tiny Saw Cut. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Liverpool
New - LP - 90546
Sealed 1986 Original, Small Saw Cut. more
Liverpool
Used Import - ZTTIQ 8
1986 UK Original, With Custom Printed Inner Sleeve. Townhouse In Deadwax. Nice VG+ Copy, Glossy Vinyl. Produced By Stephen Lipson, Executive Producer Trevor Horn. "Frankie Goes To Hollywood's First Double Album Was A Huge Hit. Their Second Offering Also Met With Some Success, Although It Is Not As Well Remembered. And Yet, On Many Accounts, Liverpool Can Be Considered As An Improvement Over Its Predecessor. For One Thing, The Album Is Shorter, More Conventional. While Welcome To The Pleasuredome Had Some Strong Material, The Length Weakened The Whole In Many Places. Here, The Band Focused On Eight Tracks And The Result Is Somewhat More Convincing. "Warriors Of The Wasteland," "Rage Hard," And "Watching The Wildlife" Were All Minor Hits Back In 1986, And The Other Tracks Are, For The Most Part, Of The Same Quality, With Perhaps "For Heaven's Sake" Standing Out As A Favorite. Again, Trevor Horn Was Involved In The Production (The Band Was Signed To His Famous Zang Tuum Tumb Label, So It's No Big Surprise) -- Thus The Production Is Impeccable, As One Would Expect From A Horn-Produced Album. Worth A Listen If You Like The Band Or Have An Interest For '80s Music -- Of Which This Is Not Such A Bad Sample." AMG - Alex S. Garcia. more
Power Of Love
Used - LP - 12 ZTAS 5
1984 UK 45rpm 4 Track 12 Inch. Envelope Picture Sleeve. more
Power Of Love
New - 12 - 12 ZTAS 5
Sealed 1984 UK 45rpm 4 Track 12 Inch Housed In An Envelope Style Picture Sleeve. From The Collection Of Dr. Demento. more
Rage Hard
New - 12 - 96806
Sealed 1986 3 Track Picture Sleeve Maxi Single. Saw-Cut. B-Sides Are "Sufferagette City (Suffer In The City)" And "(Don't Lose What's Left) Of Your Little Mind." more
Rage Hard (The Making Of A 12inch)
Colored Vinyl - MOV12005
Sealed 2016 Numbered, Limited Edition, Purple Colored Vinyl RSD Exclusive. more
Relax
TAS List - LP - 12ZTAS 1
1983 UK 45rpm 12 Inch Original Housed In A Picture Sleeve. A TAS Superdisc With Stunning Sonics And Great Bondage Artwork On Cover. Great For Parties! Appears Unplayed. more
Relax
TAS List - LP - 13S 200
1983 45rpm Japanese Picture Sleeve Twelve Inch. Appears Unplayed. First Japanese Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock Of This TAS Superdisc Title. more
Relax
TAS List - LP - 96975
1983 TAS Superdisc 45rpm 12 Incher Housed In A Superb Bondage Picture Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. "Sterling" Stamped In Dead Wax Both Sides. more
Relax
Used - 12 - 96975
1983 TAS Superdisc 45rpm 12 Incher In Generic Die-Cut Jacket. Eary Issue, Predating Picture Sleeve. Three Mixes. more
Relax
Used - 12 - 12 TZAS 1
UK 45rpm 12" Single Housed In A Generic Die Cut Sleeve. TAS Superdisc With Stunning Sonics. Record Appears Glossy. Tracks Are "Relax (Original Mix)," "Ferry Cross The Mersey" And "Relax." The Original Mix Is A 16 Minute Plus Version. more
Relax
TAS List - LP - 96975
Sealed 1983 TAS Superdisc 45rpm 12 Incher Housed In A Die-Cut Island Jacket. Cut At Sterling Sound. more
Relax
TAS List - LP - 601 096-213
1983 45rpm 3 Song Picture Sleeve 12 Inch Pressed In Germany. Tiny Saw Cut. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. A TAS Superdisc Title. more
Relax
TAS List - LP - 13S-200
1983 45rpm Japanese Picture Sleeve Twelve Inch. Appears New, Unplayed. First Japanese Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock Of This TAS Superdisc Title. Includes The Rare Obi Which Forms Part Of The Insert. This Copy Is From The Collection Of The Decayes Founder And Renowned Record Collector, Ronald Kane. Small "Property Of Ronald Kane" Removable Sticker On Back Cover And Label. more
Two Tribes
Used Import - 13SI-242
1984 Japanese 45rpm Three Song Picture Sleeve 12 Inch With Obi. LP Appears Glossy. Tracks Are: "Two Tribes" (Annihilation), "War" (Hide Yourself) & "Two Tribes" (Surrender). Superdisc Quality Sound. more
Two Tribes (Annihilation)
Used - 12 - 96931
1984 3 Track 45rpm 12 Inch Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Shrink-Wrap Intact. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Watching The Wildlife (Hotter)
New Import - 12 ZTAS 26
Sealed 1987 UK 12" Single Housed In Picture Sleeve With The Original Tower Price Tag On Shrink. more
Welcome To The Pleasure Dome
New - LP - 90232
Mint 1984 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom FGTH Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. more
Welcome To The Pleasure Dome
Used - LP - ZTT IQ1
Mint 1984 UK 2LP Gatefold Original. more
Welcome To The Pleasure Dome
New - LP - 90232
Sealed 1984 2LP Original With Custom FGTH Sticker On Shrink. Thin Saw Cut. more
Welcome To The Pleasuredome
Used - LP - A1-90232
1984 2LP Gatefold With Custom Inner Sleeves. Mastered At Sterling. "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. Less Well Known But Worthwhile Cuts Include By-Definition-Camp "Krisco Kisses" And "The Only Star In Heaven," While U.K. Smash "The Power Of Love" Is A Gloriously Insincere But Still Great Hyper-ballad With Strings From Anne Dudley. In Truth, The Album's More A Testament To Trevor Horn's Production Skills Than Anything Else. To Help Out, He Roped In A Slew Of Ian Dury's Backing Musicians To Provide The Music, Along With A Guest Appearance From His Fellow Yes Veteran Steve Howe On Acoustic Guitar That Probably Had Prog Rock Fanatics Collapsing In Apoplexy. The End Result Was Catchy, Consciously Modern -- Almost To A Fault -- Arena-level Synth Rock Of The Early '80s That Holds Up Just Fine Today, As Much An Endlessly Listenable Product Of Its Times As The Chinn/chapman String Of Glam Rock Hits From The Early '70s. Certainly The Endless Series Of Pronouncements From A Ronald Reagan Impersonator Throughout Automatically Date The Album While Lending It A Giddy Extra Layer Of Appeal. Even The Series Of Covers On The Album At Once Make No Sense And Plenty Of It All At Once. While Edwin Starr's "War" Didn't Need Redoing, Bruce Springsteen's "Born To Run" Becomes A Ridiculously Over-The-Top Explosion That Even Out Rocks The Boss. 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." AMG - Ned Raggett. more
Welcome To The Pleasuredome
Used - LP - 7 90232-1-H
1984 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Inner Sleeves And Custom FGTH Sticker Plus The Original WEA Price Tag On The Shrink Wrap. Mastered At Sterling. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. “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. Less Well Known But Worthwhile Cuts Include By-Definition-Camp "Krisco Kisses" And "The Only Star In Heaven," While U.K. Smash "The Power Of Love" Is A Gloriously Insincere But Still Great Hyper-Ballad With Strings From Anne Dudley. In Truth, The Album's More A Testament To Trevor Horn's Production Skills Than Anything Else. To Help Out, He Roped In A Slew Of Ian Dury's Backing Musicians To Provide The Music, Along With A Guest Appearance From His Fellow Yes Veteran Steve Howe On Acoustic Guitar That Probably Had Prog Rock Fanatics Collapsing In Apoplexy. The End Result Was Catchy, Consciously Modern -- Almost To A Fault -- Arena-Level Synth Rock Of The Early '80s That Holds Up Just Fine Today, As Much An Endlessly Listenable Product Of Its Times As The Chinn/Chapman String Of Glam Rock Hits From The Early '70s. Certainly The Endless Series Of Pronouncements From A Ronald Reagan Impersonator Throughout Automatically Date The Album While Lending It A Giddy Extra Layer Of Appeal. Even The Series Of Covers On The Album At Once Make No Sense And Plenty Of It All At Once. While Edwin Starr's "War" Didn't Need Redoing, Bruce Springsteen's "Born To Run" Becomes A Ridiculously Over-The-Top Explosion That Even Outrocks The Boss. 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.” Ned Raggett, AMG. more
Welcome To The Pleasuredome
Used Import - 19SI-256~7
1984 2LP Japan Import With Obi And Inserts. A TAS List Special. more
Welcome To The Pleasuredome
Used - LP - A1-90232
1984 2LP Gatefold Club Edition With Custom Inner Sleeves. Mastered At Sterling. Cover VG++, Glossy Vinyl. "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. Less Well Known But Worthwhile Cuts Include By-definition-camp "Krisco Kisses" And "The Only Star In Heaven," While U.k. Smash "The Power Of Love" Is A Gloriously Insincere But Still Great Hyper-ballad With Strings From Anne Dudley. In Truth, The Album's More A Testament To Trevor Horn's Production Skills Than Anything Else. To Help Out, He Roped In A Slew Of Ian Dury's Backing Musicians To Provide The Music, Along With A Guest Appearance From His Fellow Yes Veteran Steve Howe On Acoustic Guitar That Probably Had Prog Rock Fanatics Collapsing In Apoplexy. The End Result Was Catchy, Consciously Modern -- Almost To A Fault -- Arena-level Synth Rock Of The Early '80s That Holds Up Just Fine Today, As Much An Endlessly Listenable Product Of Its Times As The Chinn/chapman String Of Glam Rock Hits From The Early '70s. Certainly The Endless Series Of Pronouncements From A Ronald Reagan Impersonator Throughout Automatically Date The Album While Lending It A Giddy Extra Layer Of Appeal. Even The Series Of Covers On The Album At Once Make No Sense And Plenty Of It All At Once. While Edwin Starr's "War" Didn't Need Redoing, Bruce Springsteen's "Born To Run" Becomes A Ridiculously Over-the-top Explosion That Even Outrocks The Boss. 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." AMG Review By Ned Raggett. more

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