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Album Review

Piles of Bananarama compilations were released from the late '80s through the early 2000s, and they represent the group's past with varying degrees of success, but this disc is the first to concentrate solely on the 12" mixes. Some of the tracks are making their first appearance on CD, so it certainly has some level of appeal to collectors. The highlights include the "Extended Club Mix" of "Venus," the "Extended Mix" of "Really Saying Something," and the "Number One Mix" of "Trick of the Night." Make no mistake: this is no substitute for a proper best-of disc, such as 1988's The Greatest Hits Collection or 2002's The Very Best of Bananarama.

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Quicky put together collection of bad mixes.

Someone at London Records is hoping (a bit late) to cash in on the girl's recent UK chart success with their new studio album 'Drama' that came out in late 2005. Drama posted two top charting singles. Hence this album from their former recording label that said at one point that they were no longer 'marketable' by AR at London. However tossed together this collection should have taken more time and effort to do it right. For the 'greatest all girl group of all time' to have only 12 tracks of 'remixes' is a disgrace. Many of the very best remixes are missing and this album ONLY contains mixes up to 1991 before the band went to a duo and ditched Jacqui who replaced Siobhan Fahey. From 1991 to 2005, Bananarama have release Please Yourself'(1993), Ultra Violet/I Found Love (1996), Exotica (2000) and Drama (2005/06), yet not one mix from any of those four albums shows up here. ONLY for the most die-hard of fans, and perhaps as a mild trip back to early days - but not a great collection by any means. :(

ahh, my favourite girls remixed!!

I was really surprised to find this on iTunes Canada!! A real treat for all fans of my favourite 80's girl group (who still exist today with their latest album Drama). It's nice to see after all these years their first volume (and hopefully more) of officially released remixes. Some great jems on here including the cool Metropolis mix of Tripping on your love and the amazing PWL reconstruction of Trick of the night. Now iTunes, where is the rest of the Bananarama catalogue, all their albums? The new Drama cd? What is the wait? Thanks anyway for this :)

I prefer the originals

I'm not usually a fan of remixes but this one isn't bad. The Venus extended mix is pretty good. I would still prefer the originals.


Formed: 1981 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The most successful British girl group in pop history, Bananarama formed in London in late 1981. Drawing equal inspiration for their name from the children's television program The Banana Splits and the Roxy Music song "Pyjamarama," the trio was comprised of lifelong friends Keren Woodward and Sarah Dallin along with Siobhan Fahey, whom Dallin befriended at the London College of Fashion. After getting their start singing at friends' parties and at nightclubs (where they performed accompanied by backing...
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