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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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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SCARED TO GET HAPPY (A Story Of Indie Pop 1980-1989) is the first box set ever to document the explosion of Indie Pop in Britain across the 1980s. Compiled in loosely chronological fashion, the five CDs chart Indie Pop’s development from the post punk era and the dominance of Scottish bands through to its genre-defining C86 period and onto the end of the decade, with the arrival of Madchester and the shoegazing sound.

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RELEASE DATE: 24/06/2013
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A much requested reissue of the debut album "Throw The Warped Wheel Out - Special Edition" by Fiction Factory.
 
·       The album was originally released in 1984.
 
·       ‘(Feels Like) Heaven’ peaked at #6 in the UK singles chart in 1983.
 
·       This special edition contains ten tracks from the original album plus nine essential bonus tracks.
 
·       The bonus tracks on this release appear on CD for the first time in the UK except ‘I Who Know You’.
 
·       The bonus material features 12" versions of the three resulting singles from the album; ‘(Feels Like) Heaven’, ‘Ghost Of Love (Special Dance Mix)’ and ‘All Or Nothing (Extended Version)’. The remaining tracks are all related b/sides; ‘The Other Side Of Grey’, ‘Old Game Blue Flame’, ‘Everyone But You’, ‘This Is’, ‘Dreaming Of Someone’ and ‘I Who Know You’.
 
·       This album has been remastered.
 
·       The CD booklet will feature many of the original sleeves and a full UK discography. 
 
·       This is the most complete collection of the band's material available.
 
·       Fiction Factory hail from Perth in central Scotland. After landing a deal with CBS Records, they released this album and three singles with the label, the high point being the #6 hit in the UK with ‘(Feels Like) Heaven’. The official promo video of the single has enjoyed 670,000 hits on YouTube. The band did release a 2nd album "Another Story" on Foundry Records but it's the "Throw The Warped Wheel Out" period that captured the public's imagination and support. The band did reform to appear at both legs of the 2011 Rewind Festival - a celebration of 80's music.

Available on 23/09/2013

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Why Can't We Live Together: Expanded Version
· Timmy Thomas is a keyboardist, R&B singer, songwriter and producer who hails from Evansville, Indiana where he was born on the 13th of November 1944. As a keyboardist Thomas came to prominence as an accompanist with Jazz legends Donald Byrd and Cannonball Adderley in the early 60’s before joining the group Phillip & The Faithfuls, releasing several singles on the Goldwax record label in 1964, before settling in Memphis as a session musician while still releasing solo sides for Goldwax with modest success. After a brief stint on the Climax label in 1970 Thomas found a new home on Glades Records, a subsidiary of T.K. Records, in Miami in 1972.

 

· WHY CAN’T WE LIVE TOGETHER was the first of four albums Thomas recorded on Glades Records and with the title track released as the first single in late 1972 Thomas had his first and biggest hit with ‘Why Can’t We Live Together’ which peaked at #1 R&B and #3 Pop in the U.S., and #12 in the U.K. The success of the title track propelled the album to #10 R&B and #53 Pop in 1973.

 

· "Why Can’t We Live Together” has a very stripped down production, a sound echoed throughout the album, with Thomas’s soulful organ played in an improvisational style over the rhythm sections, giving room for his impassioned vocals. Other notable cuts on the album are the standard ‘The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face’ and a cover of The Chi-lites ‘The Coldest Days Of My Life.’

 

· BBR is very proud to bring you WHY CAN’T WE LIVE TOGETHER, completely remastered and repackaged complete with extensive liner notes and extended bonus content and a brand new interview with Timmy Thomas.

 

· WHY CAN’T WE LIVE TOGETHER is a must have for all R&B, Soul, Jazz and Funk fans out there!

Available 30/09/2013

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