Hazell Dean s classic 1988 album "Always" is given a long-awaited Deluxe Edition reissue on Cherry Pop. Produced by Stock Aitken Waterman, Ian Levine, Trevor Vallis, Pete Hammond and Pete Ware, "Always" features a host of classic SAW singles Who s Leaving Who? (#4), a cover of Anne Murray s 1986 single, Maybe (We Should Call It A Day) (#15), Turn It Into Love (#21), originally an album track and subsequently a Japanese #1 for Kylie Minogue, plus the dancefloor favourites They Say It s Gonna Rain and Always Doesn t Mean Forever . Digitally re-mastered direct from master tapes held at the PWL, Abbey Road and Capitol Records archives, this Deluxe Edition brings together the original nine-track album with no less than 20 bonus tracks across two CDs. Added to the album and available on CD for the very first time are two sought-after 1986 singles: Stand Up , a Stock Aitken Waterman reworking of Umberto Tozzi s Hurrah , and E.S.P. (Extra Sensual Persuasion) , a cover of Millie Jackson s 1983 single. Bonus tracks also include rare B-sides, the 1987 U.S. 7" remix of the 1985 hit No Fool (For Love) , the original Dutch-only single version of Walk In My Shoes and many mixes previously unreleased in the UK or only available on vinyl. The extensive booklet also features additional photos, a fully illustrated discography and recording data, full lyrics and an exclusive track-by-track commentary written for this release by Hazell herself. The definitive doyenne of the Hi-NRG scene, Essex-born Hazell Dean found mainstream success in 1984 with the #6 hit Searchin (Gotta Find A Man) on the Proto label. The Stock Aitken Waterman-produced follow-up, Whatever I Do (Wherever I Go) , reached #4, giving the Hit Factory team their first Top Ten single and marking the beginning of a partnership with Hazell which continued until 1991. After the release of her 1985 album "Heart First", Hazell signed with EMI and a succession of releases over the next three years culminated with "Always", widely regarded as her best work. In the years since, Hazell has continued to write, produce and record, recently revisiting They Say It s Gonna Rain on Energise Records, as well as maintaining her profile as an evergreen club performer. This Deluxe Edition of "Always" follows the popular reissue of Hazell s "Heart First" and many other PWL-related titles on Cherry Pop, including Mel & Kim, Sinitta, Haywoode, Sonia, Big Fun, Brother Beyond, Pepsi & Shirlie and O chi Brown.