Push (Deluxe Edition) - Bros

Push (Deluxe Edition)
· Formed in the late 80’s Bros were a British band, consisting of twin brothers Matt Goss and Luke Goss along with Craig Logan. Formed in 1986, they were managed by former Pet Shop Boys manager Tom Watkins.
· Push was their debut album and was released in 1988. The album reached #2 on the UK Top 40 and spawned five hit singles, including ‘I Owe You Nothing’ which reached #1 in June 1988. The album went 4× Platinum in the UK and spent 54 weeks on the UK Top 75 Albums chart.
· This 3-CD version contains all the available B-Sides and remix versions including the rare drop The Boy art mix all re-mastered from the original tapes
· An enhanced booklet with new sleeve notes by Super Deluxe Edition’s Paul Sinclair tell the story of the album and its place in pop history – all this wrapped up in a oversize booklet with photos and covers from the period.

Available 28/10/2013


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Code: CRPOPT137
Weight: 200
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1. WHEN WILL I BE FAMOUS?
2. drop THE BOY
3. TEN OUT OF TEN
4. LIAR
5. LOVE TO HATE YOU
6. I OWE YOU NOTHING
7. I QUIT
8. IT'S A JUNGLE OUT THERE
9. SHOCKED
10. CAT AMONG THE PIGEONS
11. I OWE YOU NOTHING (7” MIX)
12. I QUIT (SINGLE MIX) 
13. drop THE BOY (SINGLE EDIT) 
14. WHEN WILL I BE FAMOUS (SINGLE EDIT)

1. THE BOY IS DROPPED - B-SIDE drop THE BOY
2. SILENT NIGHT - B-SIDE CAT AMONG THE PIGEONS
3. SHOCKED (LIVE) - B-SIDE SILENT NIGHT
4. THE BIG PUSH OVERTURE - B-SIDE I QUIT
5. I OWE YOU NOTHING (THE SHEP PETTIBONE MIX)
6. I OWE YOU NOTHING (PETTIBEATS)
7. I OWE YOU NOTHING (THE VOICE)
8. I OWE YOU NOTHING (CLUB MIX)
9.I OWE YOU NOTHING (THE BEATS)
10.I OWE YOU NOTHING (OVER 18 MIX)
1. WHEN WILL I BE FAMOUS? (THE CONTENDER DUB MIX)
2. WHEN WILL I BE FAMOUS? (INFAMOUS MIX)
3. WHEN WILL I BE FAMOUS? (CLUB MIX)
4. WHEN WILL I BE FAMOUS? (ACAPELLA MIX)
5. WHEN WILL I BE FAMOUS? (BONUS BEATS)
6. DROP THE BOY (ART MIX)
7. DROP THE BOY (SHEP PETTIBONE DUB MIX)
8. DROP THE BOY (SHEP PETTIBONE MIX)
9. I QUIT (ACID DROPS)
10.I QUIT (THE 'TURN-ON' MIX)
11.I QUIT (THE ACIDIC MIX)
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