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Product details

  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: CD
  • ASIN: B0000073QV
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  VHS Tape
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 339,110 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Product Description

1 x CD Album
Europe 1992

1Goodbye Cruel World4:01
2I Don't Care4:24
3My 16th Apology4:16
4Are We In Love Yet3:32
5Emotional Thing3:48
6Stay3:48
7Black Sky4:03
8The Trouble With Andre4:42
9Moonchild4:27
10Catwoman3:59
11Let Me Entertain You4:44
12Hello (Turn Your Radio On)4:21

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 6 April 2002
Format: Audio CD
"Hormonally yours" is one of the most interesting albums I know showing the perfect harmony between
two female voices. Fahey and Detroit sing about
good and evil- themes ("Stay"), isolation ("Hello"), intrigues ("I don't care", "My 16th
apology", "Goodbye cruel world"), mysterious and superstitious things ("The trouble with Andre",
"Moonchild", "Catwoman", "Black Sky") and complicated love("Are we in love yet?","Emotional thing", "Let me entertain you"). All songs are
brilliant and individual. It's more a melancholic
and dark mood that characterizes the sounds you
hear on this album but very beautiful. After
all the years it's one of my favourites.
I think, the best song is "Hello" because it
represents the individualization, isolation and
loneliness of this time and says that people should listen to each other again. It's a hypnotizing sadness that lays in this beautiful
song. SO REUNITE THE SISTERS!!!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 7 Oct. 2000
Format: Audio CD
Marcella Detroit's voice works perfectly with Siobhan Fahey's and I think it's a shame that they no longer sing together. Every song on this album is interesting and different - I bought this for 'stay' but I was not disappointed with the rest of the tracks. 'The trouble with Andre'is another of favourite of mine, along with Hello(turn your radio on) and Black Sky. Hormonally yours is very different from their first album 'sacred heart' but I think if you liked the first then you'll probably enjoy this - it's more modern, but doesn't fall into the trap of being just another boring pop record.Brilliant.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By H. R. Trigg on 14 Oct. 2004
Format: Audio CD
To think that Shakespears Sister could produce an absolute classic is perhaps not something I would have thought when Siobhan Fahey was in Bananarama. But she has, and this really is an extraordinary cd.
It's packed with hits (Goodbye cruel world, I don't care, My 16th apology, Hello (turn your radio on) and of course the massive No 1 Stay).
Everyone knows 'Stay' which was No1 in the Uk for 8 weeks, but it's important to realise that this is NOT indicative of the rest of the album. The rest is much more fast paced; excellent pop trax, but with a T-rex edge (never more evident than in Catwoman). All the trax have a wicked lyric, and the mix of Siobhans low and croaky vocal, mixed with Marcella's falsetto backing vocal works very well. (Marcella only leads on Stay).
This really is an great album.
If you like this, look out for the 3rd cd (called #3) which is currently only available on Siobhans website - it's without Marcella but rocks beyond belief.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. A. Williams on 1 Jun. 2008
Format: Audio CD
I could go on at length about what a revelation this cd was in 1992 and how remarkable it was that something so different managed to top the charts. I could perhaps go on equally about how the album helped me along a path which changed my life forever. I could perhaps speak of how the music only represents half of the whole astonishing entity that Shakespears sister were in 92 with their live show being completely spectacular.

But I'm not going to. I really just wish to point out that there are two different versions of this cd. Early releases have different mixes of Goodbye Cruel World, Stay and I Don't Care. It was only after the two were slightly tweaked as single releases that they were changed on the album. My advice is to try to get hold of an early release to enjoy a much a sharper Goodbye Cruel World, a calmer I Don't Care and a more sparse Stay, then get hold of the singles. After all you'll get yourself some highly attractive single covers in with the bargain that way.

Whichever version you happen to have, you've got an album likely to live forever.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By giovanni on 19 April 2012
Format: Audio CD
I revisited "Hormonally Yours" after watching a short interview with Siobhan Fahey about her time in Bananarama in a bbc documentary about girl bands . The girls in that group always looked hot , cool and frankly , a bit bored. I never took the time though to actually spot Fahey in their old videos , and it was intriguing to me when i did , how a woman as smoking hot as Fahey would adopt a totally different stage persona with joker-like gothic make-up for her next project , Shaekspears Sister . In combination with a set of much more sophisticated songs , it was all indication of a darker , more challenging side of hers .

Along with american singer-songwritter Marcella Detroit , they created a record which is easily a career highlight for both . This is a witty , sly music release whose success is mainly the result of the great chemistry between two opposite people , visually , stylistically and , as the messy break up a year later proved , personality-wise as well . " Stay " is a pop pray for love , " I Don't Care " and " Goodbye Cruel World " are cunning and smart , " An Emotional Thing " an elegant celebration of femininity with lyrics like " I don't have to tell ya where im coming from / If i leave my catsuit on .." but best of all though is " Hello ( turn your radio own ) " , a very touching ballad indeed . Add to all that a series of very theatrical , original video-clips and what u get is one of the most essential pop moments of the 90's .
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By T. Williamson on 7 April 2005
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album after hearing it at a friend's house. Since we tend to have the same taste in music, I bought it, and I saw that it was good.
This album seems to go through stages. The first three of four tracks seem to be very upbeat and synthetic, but with depressing lyrics in the most part. These include 'Goodbye Cruel World', 'I Don't Care', 'My 16th Apology', and 'Are We In Love Yet?'. The best of these, to me, is 'Goodbye Cruel World'. Very good.
Then we seem to slip into darker, more earthy and depressing tones from tracks five through nine. The best of these more depressing tracks are 'Emotional Thing', and the incredible 'The Trouble With Andre', which blew me away when I first heard it. It's VERY good.
We get back more into the pop-rock section at the end of this album, with 'Catwoman', 'Let Me Entertain You' (now you know where Robbie got the title from), and 'Hello (Turn Your Radio On)'. While I think this is a slightly strange way of laying an album out, I can't fault a single song.
So in conclusion:
Goodbye Cruel World - 8/10
I Don't Care - 7.5/10
My 16th Apology - 7/10
Are We In Love Yet? - 7.5/10
Emotional Thing - 9.5/10
Stay - 9/10
Black Sky - 8/10
The Trouble With Andre - 10/10!
Moonchild - 9/10
Catwoman - 7.5/10
Let Me Entertain You - 6.5/10
Hello (T.Y.R.O) - 8/10
Very good album, and since it was released during the 90's, it won't be expensive to acquite. Buy it, love it. Or don't. Up to you.
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