To Whom It May Concern (plus Bonus Tracks) - Pasadenas (The)

To Whom It May Concern (plus Bonus Tracks)
The Pasadenas stormed onto the chart scene with their first single"Tribute (Right On)" which peaked at no.5 in 1988. This is the reissue of the band's first album, which reached no.3. The band blended a modern pop/soul style with a nod of respect to the great all male vocal groups of the late 1950's and 1960's.

The CD features the 10 original tracks from the "To Whom It May Concern" album including the 3 hit singles Tribute (Right On)", "Riding On A Train" and "Enchanted Lady". The album also includes 5 bonus tracks taken from the band's releases from this album. These tracks include rare 12 mixes of the band's two biggest hits, "Tribute (Right On) Q Street Mix" and "Riding On A Train - Clapham Junction Mix".

The CD booklet includes all the original artwork, sleeve notes and a complete discography of the band featuring the sleeves of all their releases.

Our Price: £9.95
Code: CDBOSS4
Weight: 200
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Funny Feeling / Living In The Footsteps Of Another Man / Enchanted Lady / New Love / Riding On A Train / Give A Little Peace / Tribute (Right On) / I Really Miss You / Justice For The World / Something Else / Little Love (bonus) / I Believe (bonus) / All Night Long (bonus) / Tribute (Right On) - Q Street Mix (bonus) / Riding On A Train - Clapham Junction Mix (bonus)
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