Cookin’ On The Roof - Roman Holliday

Cookin’ On The Roof
ROMAN HOLLIDAY were an early 1980s pop band who mixed swing jazz into their sound to great effect.
In 1983, the band scored a memorable hit single with ‘Don’t Try To Stop It’, which peaked at No. 14 in the UK and made the US Billboard Top 75.
Debut album COOKIN’ ON THE ROOF reached the UK Top 40 and also graced the US Billboard listings, opening with their hit but also including the band’s earlier, minor hit ‘Stand By’ and subsequent Top 40 hit ‘Motormania.’
This is the first time that COOKIN’ ON THE ROOF has been on CD in the UK (it was only previously issued in Japan). It’s remastered from the original tapes with six bonus tracks.
Original members of ROMAN HOLLIDAY are helping out with this long-overdue reissue, contributing rare photos and pictures for the booklet as well as being involved with the sleeve-notes.

Release Date: 22/07/2013
Our Price: £9.95
Code: CRPOP131
Weight: 200
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1. DON'T TRY TO STOP IT
2. MOTOR MANIA
3. I.O.U.
4. JIVE DIVE
5. MIDNIGHT BUS
6. COOKIN' ON THE ROOF
7. STAND BY
8. NO BALL GAMES
9. FURS 'N' HIGH HEELS
10. SERIOUS SITUATION
11. ONE MORE JILT
BONUS TRACKS

12. DON'T TRY TO STOP IT (Acapella)
13. ROUND AND ROUND
14. MOTOR MANIA (Acapella)
15. BEAT MY TIME
16. DON'T TRY TO STOP IT (Extended Club Mix)
17. MOTOR MANIA (Extended Club Mix)
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