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Bananarama (Collector's Edition)

Bananarama

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For their second album, Bananarama underwent a telling change in persona, from the flyaway-haired, overall-clad everygirls of Deep Sea Skiving into a sleeker and glammier look. Similarly, the album has a much more polished feel than the occasionally scattershot debut, which is not always a good thing; sticking with Tony Swain and Steve Jolley to produce the whole thing (the duo had shared production duties with three others on the debut), Bananarama traded their early tropical-tinged playfulness and ironic overtones for a more commercial sound that scored well on the charts (the terrific opener "Cruel Summer" was a worldwide hit, and several other tracks were U.K. hits) but was less unique than before. What's most unusual about Bananarama is the content of the songs. Lyrically, the album is surprisingly serious, with topics ranging from sectarian violence in Ireland ("Rough Justice") to domestic violence ("King of the Jungle") to drug use ("Hot Line to Heaven"), none of which are in keeping with the trio's frothy image. Indeed, under the singalong chorus, the album's best track, "Robert de Niro's Waiting," turns out to be the traumatized musings of a teenage rape victim, set to an improbably dreamy, carefree melody. Even comparatively light songs like "State I'm In" and "Dream Baby" have an oddly paranoid tone to them. Of course, the detour into mature themes didn't last long, as the group's next album introduced the chart-bound frivolity of Stock-Aitken-Waterman into the picture, but Bananarama in an intriguing and often excellent side trip. Important discographical curiosity: original U.S. copies of Bananarama included an extended seven-minute take of "Hot Line to Heaven." After the fall 1984 release of the single "The Wild Life" (the theme to Cameron Crowe's second movie), U.S. copies of Bananarama were altered to include the new single at the start of side two, followed by the superior single edit of "Hot Line to Heaven."
© Stewart Mason /TiVo

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1
Cruel Summer
00:03:35

Steve Jolley, Producer - Tony Swain, Producer - Woodward, Composer - Bananarama, Vocals, MainArtist - Dallin, Composer - Fahey, Composer - Jolley, Composer - Swain, Composer - Steve Jolley Courtesy of Red Bus Records (Int) Ltd, Production - Tony Swain Courtesy of Red Bus Records (Int) Ltd, Production

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

2
Rough Justice
00:05:04

Woodward, Composer - Bananarama, MainArtist - Dallin, Composer - Fahey, Composer - Jolley, Composer - Swain, Composer - Tony Swain & Steve Jolley. Courtesy of Red Bus Records (Int) Ltd, Production

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

3
King of the Jungle
00:03:18

Woodward, Writer - Bananarama, MainArtist - Dallin, Writer - Fahey, Writer - Jolley, Writer - Swain, Writer - Tony Swain & Steve Jolley. Courtesy of Red Bus Records (Int) Ltd, Producer, Arranger

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

4
Dream Baby
00:03:09

HOLLIDAY, Writer - Bananarama, MainArtist - Ecstasy, Writer - Tony Swain & Steve Jolley. Courtesy of Red Bus Records (Int) Ltd, Producer, Arranger

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

5
Link
00:01:30

Bananarama, MainArtist - S. Jolley, Writer - K Woodward, Writer - S Dallin, Writer - S Fahey, Writer - A. Swain, Writer

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

6
Hot Line to Heaven
00:07:16

Woodward, Writer - Bananarama, MainArtist - Dallin, Writer - Fahey, Writer - Jolley, Writer - Swain, Writer - Tony Swain & Steve Jolley. Courtesy of Red Bus Records (Int) Ltd, Producer, Arranger

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

7
State I'm in
00:02:45

Woodward, Writer - Bananarama, MainArtist - Dallin, Writer - Fahey, Writer - Jolley, Writer - Swain, Writer - Tony Swain & Steve Jolley. Courtesy of Red Bus Records (Int) Ltd, Producer, Arranger

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

8
Robert De Niro's Waiting
00:03:42

Steve Jolley, Composer, Producer, Arranger, Produced by - Tony Swain, Composer, Producer, Arranger, Produced by - Bananarama, MainArtist - Sarah Dallin, Composer - Siobhan Fahey, Composer - Keren Woodward, Composer - Tony Swain & Steve Jolley courtesy of Red Bus Reords (Int) Ltd, Production

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

9
Through a Child's Eye
00:03:39

Woodward, Writer - Bananarama, MainArtist - Dallin, Writer - Fahey, Writer - Jolley, Writer - Swain, Writer - Tony Swain & Steve Jolley. Courtesy of Red Bus Records (Int) Ltd, Producer, Arranger

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

10
The Wild Life
00:03:54

Woodward, Composer - Bananarama, MainArtist - Dallin, Composer - Fahey, Composer - Jolley, Composer - Swain, Composer - Tony Swain & Steve Jolley. Courtesy of Red Bus Records (Int) Ltd, Arranger - Tony Swain & Steve Jolley courtesy of Red Bus Reco, Producer

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

11
Cairo
00:03:46

Bananarama, MainArtist - S. Jolley, Writer - K Woodward, Writer - S Dallin, Writer - S Fahey, Writer - A. Swain, Writer

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

12
Push!
00:04:08

Steve Jolley, Writer - Tony Swain, Writer - Bananarama, MainArtist - Sarah Dallin, Writer - Siobhan Fahey, Writer - Keren Woodward, Writer

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

13
Live Now
00:03:05

Bananarama, MainArtist - S. Jolley, Writer - K Woodward, Writer - S Dallin, Writer - S Fahey, Writer - A. Swain, Writer

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

14
Cruel Summer (Extended Version)
00:04:55

Woodward, Composer - Bananarama, MainArtist - Dallin, Composer - Fahey, Composer - Jolley, Composer - Swain, Composer - Tony Swain & Steve Jolley. Courtesy of Red Bus Records (Int) Ltd, Production

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

15
Robert De Niro's Waiting (Extended Version)
00:05:42

Steve Jolley, Composer, Arranger - Tony Swain, Composer, Arranger - Bananarama, MainArtist - Sarah Dallin, Composer - Siobhan Fahey, Composer - Keren Woodward, Composer

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

16
Rough Justice (Extended Version)
00:05:20

Steve Jolley, Production - Tony Swain, Production - Woodward, Composer - Bananarama, MainArtist - Dallin, Composer - Fahey, Composer - Jolley, Composer - Swain, Composer

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

17
King of the Jungle (Extended Version)
00:05:22

Steve Jolley, Producer - Tony Swain, Produced by - Woodward, Writer - Bananarama, Vocals, MainArtist - Dallin, Writer - Fahey, Writer - Jolley, Writer - Swain, Writer - Tony Swain & Steve Jolley. Courtesy of Red Bus Records (Int) Ltd, Arranger

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

18
The Wild Life (Extended Version)
00:06:23

Woodward, Composer - Bananarama, MainArtist - Dallin, Composer - Fahey, Composer - Jolley, Composer - Swain, Composer - Tony Swain & Steve Jolley. Courtesy of Red Bus Records (Int) Ltd, Arranger - Tony Swain & Steve Jolley courtesy of Red Bus Reco, Producer

© 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554 ℗ 1984 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

Albumbeschreibung

For their second album, Bananarama underwent a telling change in persona, from the flyaway-haired, overall-clad everygirls of Deep Sea Skiving into a sleeker and glammier look. Similarly, the album has a much more polished feel than the occasionally scattershot debut, which is not always a good thing; sticking with Tony Swain and Steve Jolley to produce the whole thing (the duo had shared production duties with three others on the debut), Bananarama traded their early tropical-tinged playfulness and ironic overtones for a more commercial sound that scored well on the charts (the terrific opener "Cruel Summer" was a worldwide hit, and several other tracks were U.K. hits) but was less unique than before. What's most unusual about Bananarama is the content of the songs. Lyrically, the album is surprisingly serious, with topics ranging from sectarian violence in Ireland ("Rough Justice") to domestic violence ("King of the Jungle") to drug use ("Hot Line to Heaven"), none of which are in keeping with the trio's frothy image. Indeed, under the singalong chorus, the album's best track, "Robert de Niro's Waiting," turns out to be the traumatized musings of a teenage rape victim, set to an improbably dreamy, carefree melody. Even comparatively light songs like "State I'm In" and "Dream Baby" have an oddly paranoid tone to them. Of course, the detour into mature themes didn't last long, as the group's next album introduced the chart-bound frivolity of Stock-Aitken-Waterman into the picture, but Bananarama in an intriguing and often excellent side trip. Important discographical curiosity: original U.S. copies of Bananarama included an extended seven-minute take of "Hot Line to Heaven." After the fall 1984 release of the single "The Wild Life" (the theme to Cameron Crowe's second movie), U.S. copies of Bananarama were altered to include the new single at the start of side two, followed by the superior single edit of "Hot Line to Heaven."
© Stewart Mason /TiVo

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