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Product details

  • Audio CD (28 Oct. 2013)
  • Deluxe Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD+DVD, Deluxe Edition, Box set
  • Label: Edsel
  • ASIN: B00E9JQDAY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 90,319 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Movin' On
  2. Last Thing On My Mind
  3. Let Me Love You One More Time
  4. More More More
  5. Is She Good To You?
  6. Only Time Will Tell
  7. Give It All Up For Love
  8. You'll Never Know What It Means
  9. You're Never Satisfied
  10. I Could Be Persuaded
  11. Another Lover
  12. Treat Me Right
  13. More More More [7" Mix]
  14. Movin' On [Bumpin' Mix]
  15. Last Thing On My Mind [Hi - NRG Mix]
  16. More More More [12" Mix]
  17. Nueva Dirección [Movin' On - Spanish Version]
  18. Last Thing On My Mind [Extended Version]

Disc: 2

  1. Movin' On [Movin' Mix]
  2. Is She Good To You? [7" Remix]
  3. More More More [Original 12" Mix]
  4. Only Time Will Tell [Garage Mix]
  5. Movin' On [Original 12" Mix]
  6. Is She Good To You? [12" Club Mix]
  7. More More More [Extended Version]
  8. Movin' On [NRG Mix]
  9. Last Thing On My Mind [Xtra NRG Mix]
  10. More More More [More Tech No Dub]
  11. Movin' On [The 'Norty' Banana Mix]
  12. Last Thing On My Mind [FXTC Dub]
  13. More More More [Remix Dub]

Disc: 3

  1. Movin' On
  2. Last Thing On My Mind
  3. More More More
  4. Movin' On [Top Of The Pops]
  5. Last Thing On My Mind [Pebble Mill]

Product Description

Product Description

• In 1992, Keren and Sara relaunched Bananarama as a duo and returned to PWL to record with long-time collaborators Stock & Waterman for the enjoyably self-indulgent “Please Yourself”, a project partly conceived as ‘Abba Banana’ and containing the hit singles “Movin’ On”, “More, More, More” and “Last Thing On My Mind” – subsequently a top ten smash for Steps. • Remastered from the original studio tapes, this Deluxe 2 CD + DVD casebound book edition, expertly compiled and annotated by acknowledged expert Tom Parker, features twenty-one bonus tracks! Aside from the non-album B-sides, and the many mixes, are twelve previously unreleased mixes from the PWL archive! • The DVD features three promo videos, as well as two BBC TV appearances, on DVD for the first time ever. The 28-page book contains photos and memorabilia, lyrics and brand new sleeve notes.

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I LOVE THIS REMASTER WITH NEW, UNRELEASED REMIXES. THE GIRLS WERE NOT HAPPY ABOUT THIS REMASTER SERIES BUT I LOVE HAVING REMIXES THAT HAVE NEVER BEEN RELEASED EVER!!!!! MY FAV IS - IS SHE GOOD TO YOU? GREAT REMIX & EXCELLENT REMASTER.
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Standing by itself, "Please Yourself" is a nice little foray into fun pop music, however if one was to compare it to Bananarama's other 8 or so studio Albums, it is rather weak. Some real pop gems are to be found on this piece, however, so do not dismiss it. Most notably, "Movin' On", The 70's stomper "More, More, More," and the sultry "I Could be persuaded" Not bad, but they have done better!!!
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One of the best Bananarama Albums with a fine selection of songs.I would describe it as Bananarama meet the sound of Abba.They then pick up a couple of male soul backing singers,walk into the middle of an orchestra and get produced by Stock and Waterman.
'Is she good to you' should have been released as a single.'Let me love you one more time' is a beautiful song with a powerful middle 8 instrumental.
The extra B side tracks 'Another Lover' and 'Treat me right' are good fun.
Listen and Enjoy.
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when you like the ABBA-sound you could like this also
it's one of my favorite Bananarama albums
this special release is just wonderful
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Please Yourself saw the first release for the band as a duo, and their last release for London Records.

The album opens with Movin On, which immediately strikes you as the campest and glitziest song the girls have done to date. Gone is the darker and heavier mood from Pop Life, instead with this album we seemingly have all out glittering disco. Not that this is bad per se, but Movin On is not a particularly strong number. Last Thing On My Mind is better, its still glitzy and camp, but played out at a slightly slower tempo, with a tinge of melancholy. It is impossible to listen to nowadayas without thinking of the infamous Steps version, but the 'rams original is subtler and superior. Let Me Love You One More Time is another poor track, unfortunately, a rather dull and uninspiring ballad reminiscent of Once in A Lifetime (from Wow) but no where near as good. Thankfully, the album has its first true belter of a track next, with the 'rams take on Andrea True's More More More. Andrea's original is a sexy and entertaining number, but for me, the girsl own this song. With re-jigged lyrics and a truly dazzling hi-NRG disco sound, this is how the 'rams should do cover versions (after the dissapointing Long Train Running). Luckily, Is She Good To You is another belter of a track, much much stronger than the opener, a really feal good pop song. Only Time Will Tell and Give it All Up For Love are both strong, yet slightler more serious numbers, still firmly in the disco genre however. They don't set the stereo alight, but they're listenable enough little tracks, and both conjure up images of po-faced drag queens vogue-ing.
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Following the departure of Jacquie O'Sullivan, Bananrama decided to plough onwards as a duo; a line-up incarnation which, though at odds with public perception of the group, is nonetheless the one that has lasted the longest (1992 to date). "Please Yourself" is their first album as a duo, and the group's sixth studio long player.

These reissues afford Bananarama enthusiasts the opportunity to pick up the majority of the group's back catalogue for a relatively low price, so if you've come this far, chances are you're going to pick this one up for the sake of completism. But it's worth knowing in advance that it really is a mixed bag.

The positives? Well, despite having lost one third of their vocal sound, the group still sounds decidedly like Bananarama. "Movin' On" was an enjoyable lead-off single, and the soulfulness of the original album closer "I Could Be Persuaded" almost catches the listener off guard in context. The album also spawned "Last Thing On My Mind", later to become a moster hit for the love-em-or-hate-em Steps (be warned however, that Bananarama's version sounds retrospectively apologetic when compared).

The negatives? Well, all of the album's major problems stem from one creative decision; the return to the outdated - even then - production sound of Stock & Waterman (Aitken had "left the building" by this point) was decidedly misjudged.

It's easy to see the logic in hindsight; fifth album "Pop Life" was a commercial flop, so no wonder the group returned to the production team responsible for their most recent commercial successes. Alas, hearing this album as part of the reissue series, and as a follow up to the innovative production heft of "Pop Life", it plays as a disappointing backward step. And there's no mistaking the fact that it sounds woefully thin and slight.

It's still listenable, and probably essential for completists, but click 'add to cart' with lowered expectations.
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