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  • Audio CD (22 Jun. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Collectables
  • ASIN: B000294U0K
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 533,464 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. True Confessions
2. Ready Or Not
3. A Trick of the Night
4. Dance With A Stranger
5. A Perfect World
6. Venus
7. Do Not Disturb
8. Cut Above The Rest
9. Promised Land
10. More Than Physical
11. Hooked On Love

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A viewer on 9 Mar. 2007
Format: Audio CD
This Bananarama remaster series is a terrific and unexpected surprise. A quick glance at the track listing will tell you that, yes, this is the album which contains 'Venus'... but it's also brimming with other great (and often overlooked) songs like 'A Trick of the Night' and the hugely addictive title track.

But the real reason to celebrate and value this particular re-issue above and beyond the others, is that it's the first time (outside of an obscure - and now deleted - 80s compilation album) that we've been able to get the single version of 'More Than Physical' on CD. It's enjoyable within the context of the album in its original state, but the single version is even better.

I'd recommend the other studio album re-releases in this series, even though they are sometimes a little hit and miss. But this one is the most consistent of the bunch, and - for retro value alone - essential.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By callinggloria on 15 May 2004
Format: Audio CD
Firstly this Cd only has two SAW tracks on it (Venus and More Than Physical) In my opinion having these two tracks spoils the whole atmosphere of the CD. The rest of the CD was produced by Swain and Jolley famous for producing Spandau Ballets Hits and Alison Moyet's "Alf". The tracks are sophisticated, serious and moody and include some of the best vocals from Bananarama. The singles "A Trick of The Night" and "Do Not Disturb" didn't fair as well as "Venus" in the charts but they have aged well and still sound fresh today. The opening track "True Confessions" is a corker, and "Dance with A Stranger" can only be described as "classy pop" that you would expect someone like Sade to have sung, however Bananarama pull it off beautifully. "A Perfect World" continues the classy sophisticated feel of the album only to then be spoilt by "Venus" a song I do love, but it just doesn't fit in with the rest of the album. "Do Not Disturb" another excellent track is as poppy as the other tracks get. This album is hugely underated. If it had been released by an unknown artist it would have been deemed a classic. It IS a classic in my view. They went on to have some of their greatest hits after this album, but in my opion this was the best work they ever did and is a far cry from what they went on to do. If you haven't heard this CD I gaurentee you'll be shocked as to how good it actually is!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gerald O'Sullivan on 30 Oct. 2010
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I never bought this album originally as i was never really into tapes and LPs were big and could suffer from the odd scratch or two.Yet, as i grew up in the 80s and loved most of the pop back then,i do like Bananarama and the 4 singles on this album, especially Venus which was a number 1 in the US charts.Dissapointing to say that much of the album is made up of fillers including the title track ,which also opens the album.I think the bananas were trying out a new approach with their music which i think was a brave thing to do at the time,yet they quickly reverted to the more pop and upbeat follow up WOW in 1987. However this album was well worth a listen.This 25th Anniversary Edition boasts a full 24 bit digital remastering along with rare b sides and 7" versions of more than physical, which i think is a better poppier version compared to the original album version and trick of the night from the tv show "In at the deep end".It arrived promptly within a few days- as i live in Rep of Ireland, and it is not at all pricey for such an expanded and remastered album.I will definitley be checking out similar releases from other 80s and 90s chart heroes.[ASIN:B000N2G1G2 True Confessions: Remastered & Expanded]]
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By Ali83 on 14 Mar. 2011
Format: Audio CD
Though the previous two Bananarama albums both had their highlights and certainly there own distinctive characters their third album really saw the trio of Sarah Dallin,Siobhan Fahey and Keren Woodward come into their own as singer/songwriters with a unique often imitated but never bettered sound.The albums first single Do Not Disturb was a minor hit and was considered a stylistic transition from the rough around the edges DIY girl group of yesteryear with the more polished,sexier glamourous image they would make their own.Though the song itself is moody its also quite uptempo with a sexy but attitude drive lyric and vocal style.Though only two songs were co written and produced with Stock,Aitken and Waterman it was for the polished hi nrg anthem Venus for which this set would be remembered for.One of the biggets hits from the band,this Shocking Blue cover gave fans an incication as to where the group where heading.A uk top ten for several weeks and their sole US number one.The other track More Than Physical is funky dance number remixed with a hi nrg euro pop feel as a single.The rest of the album stands up as one whole piece of work ,even Promised Land which sounds a little like Do Not Disturb part two is a dark but fun new wave style pop/dance track.The title number is an epic whilst Ready Or Not a song written about lovers divided by the Berlin wall shows the girls at their most imaginative.A Trick Of The Night emerged as a highlight from the record a menacing fusion of rock and synth pop and with a lyric about male prostitution which continues the social concious themes previously explored on the last record.Read more ›
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