Alongside her eponymous debut, Sinitta s second album "Wicked" is given a Deluxe Edition 2CD reissue on Cherry Pop.
Originally released in November 1989, "Wicked" found Sinitta continuing her successful partnership with Stock Aitken
Waterman, as well as songwriting herself for the first time and collaborating with Ralf René Maué, Nigel Wright and
PWL producers Phil Harding, Ian Curnow and Pete Hammond.
"Wicked" features four UK Top 30 singles
the memorable SAW smash "I Don t Believe In Miracles" and a string of
floor-filling disco covers - Maxine Nightingale s "Right Back Where We Started From", Robert Knight s "Love On A
Mountain Top" and Vanity Fare s "Hitchin A Ride".
Digitally remastered direct from the original master tapes, this Deluxe Edition features no less than twenty bonus
tracks across two discs, many of which are previously unreleased or available on CD for the first time.
A comprehensive selection of 12" mixes of all five singles appear alongside sought-after extended versions of several
other PWL-produced album tracks and the B-sides "I Just Can t Help It" and "I m On My Way".
Also exclusively featured are previously unheard versions of "How Can This Be Real Love?", a SAW track originally
omitted from the album, and the self-penned "Body Shopping", which was mooted for single release in 1990.
The extensive booklet also features additional photos, an illustrated discography, full lyrics and new sleeve notes.
The daughter of disco diva Miquel Brown, Sinitta made her name on the West End stage and as a one-time member of Hot
Gossip before becoming the first artist to be signed by Simon Cowell. After initial success on the club scene, her chart
breakthrough came with the million-selling 1986 Hi-NRG smash "So Macho" which was followed by "Toy Boy", the first of
four Sinitta singles produced by Stock Aitken Waterman.