Changing Faces - Bros

Changing Faces
Released in 1991 "Changing Faces”was the third and final studio album from British pop band Bros. It was the first album where Matt Goss and Luke Gossco wrote all the songs. It was also the first time that Nicky Graham was not involved in either writing or production duties.
The album reached #18 in the UK charts.
This newly re-mastered album come with four bonus tracks and features notes detailing the history of this difficult Third album from one of the UK’s biggest pop bands of the 80’s and 90’s

Release Date: 29/10/2012
Our Price: £9.95
Code: CRPOP115
Weight: 200
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1. TRY
11. TRY (Extended Remix)
13. ARE YOU MINE? (12' Mix)
14. ARE YOU MINE? (Instrumental Mix)

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Baby Sister- Expanded Edition
Released on 13/09/10. The late June Pointer was the youngest member of the Pointer Sisters and sung lead on the group's first single, Don't Try To Take The Fifth, as well as their international smash hits Jump (For My Love), I Need You, He's So Shy, Goldmine, Happiness, Should I Do It and Dare Me.

The Pointer Sisters charted numerous classics throughout the seventies and eighties. June Co-wrote their signature song I'm So Excited with her sisters Anita and Ruth.

BABY SISTER was her first solo album, produced by Richard Perry and was released on his Planet label in 1983 a few months before the Pointer Sisters multi-platinum album Break Out. It is widely known as the album where Perry perfected the R&B/Dance sound that would soon give the Pointer Sisters the biggest hits of their career Automatic and Jump.

The album became an R&B chart hit and spun off the hit single, Ready For Some Action (Co-Produced by Norman Whitfield - R&B#28) as well as two popular Motown covers, Don't Mess With Bill and I'm Ready For Love and New Love, True Love, co-written with Anita Pointer. The Pointer Sisters sang back up on four of the album's tracks.

Features a bonus track and interviews with Anita and Ruth Pointer as well as many of the musicians who played on the album. Since June's untimely death in 2006, the Pointer Sisters huge international fan base have been campaigning to get Baby Sister on CD. It is by far one of BBR's most requested albums.

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The Time
The long awaited reissue of Bros' 2nd album The Time.

This 16 track CD, features the 11 original tracks of the album plus 5 bonus tracks.

The album peaked at number 4 in the UK album charts.

Originally released in 1989, the album contains 4 hit singles, Too Much #2, Chocolate Box #9, Sister #10 and Madly In Love #14.

5 bonus tracks are included on this CD, featuring the 12" versions Too Much (Extended Version), Chocolate Box (Swing Mix), Sister (Remix) and Madly In Love (Joe Smooth 12" Version) and a b/side Astrologically.

A comprehensive booklet featuring sleeve notes and a full UK discography featuring many of their sleeves.

Bros exploded on to the charts in 1987 with their "When Will I Be Famous" single that peaked at number 2. From there the band went on to enjoy a total of 11 hit singles and 3 Top 20 albums. They sold out tours and broke record/CD sales and created a teenage girl hysteria that was reminiscent of Beatlemania. They band went from being a trio with their first album to a duo for the The Time album following the exit of bassist Craig Logan. The band released a further album Changing Faces in 1991 before their eventual spilt in 1992.

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The Lana Sisters made all girl commercial harmony pop singles for Fontana during the late 1950s.  Formed by Ris Chantelle, they were joined in 1958 by Mary Isabel Catherine Bernadette O Brien. Later the artist known as Dusty Springfield.  They came closest to a hit with their version of Seven Little Girls, appeared on TV s Drumbeat, and produced 7 singles in all. The NME in 1960 reviewed their Someone Loves You Joe asa lively rocker that moves along at a fair old pace with guitars twanging all around. There's lots of echo and the girls put over the number with plenty of punch .This is a first time reissue for all of the singles and an early part of the Dusty Springfield story. The release falls into place in front of RPM's previous successful reissue of The Springfields (Retro D 820).  As a bonus we have five singles by The Chantelles, the followup Brit girl trio Ris Chantelle lead after Miss O Briens departure. Their media launch was in the film Dateline Diamonds alongside Kiki Dee. As with the film they had a strong connection with Radio London and London My Home Town was a regularly played and fondly remembered theme song which came out of a Radio London jingle.  Other highlight s include the Northern Soul stomper There's Something About You, the Spectoresque I Want That Boy and Brit Girl classic Gonna Give Him Some Love. Our Price: £9.95

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Dionne Warwick is a legendary American vocalist, she’s also Whitney Houston’s cousin. Throughout her career she’s released over fifty albums, won five Grammy’s and been nominated for a further seven as well as getting over thirty top 40 R&B hits.
HEARTBREAKER was released in 1982 by Arista. The majority of the tracks are penned by Barry Gibb plus the late Maurice Gibb and Robin Gibb. This peaked at #13 in the R&B chart, #25 Pop and #3 in the UK. It was her most successful album since the sixties.
HEARTBREAKER was a massive hit in the US gaining Dionne the #1 spot in the Adult Contemporary chart as well as Pop #10, and R&B #14 and # 2 in the UK. Barry Gibb appears as a backing vocalist on this recording and the song was covered by the Bee Gees in 2001.
TAKE THE SHORT WAY HOME reached #5 in the Adult Contemporary chart, as well as Pop #41 and R&B #43
ALL THE LOVE IN THE WORLD was the third single from HEARTBREAKER. It gained Dionne the #16 position in the Adult Contemporary and # 6 in the UK. YOURS was released as a single in the UK and reached #66 in the charts.
Released in deluxe Super Jewel cases, HEARTBREAKER is a must for all Soul and Disco fans out there!

Release Date: 24/09/2012

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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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