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Customer Reviews

He had me fooled ......

I love this album! Who wrote the synopsis at the top there? Don't be cruel, there are some brilliant tracks on here. 'Nothing looks the same in the light' always sounded very sophisticated to my teenage ears, and was perhaps a glimpse of George Michael's budding talent. Other favourites were the fantastic cover of 'Love Machine', A Ray of Sunshine, Club Tropicana - in fact every ones a winner for me. Listen again!

As Good as Pop Gets..

Who wrote that resume above? Utter nonsense. This is raw, fun pop at its absolute height. Michael's voice is sublime, the tracks are dateless (iin the main) and the whole album crackles with the joy of youth. Th best pop album of the early 80s (with ABC's Lexicon of Love) and for good reason. Is there anyone whose foot does not tap when Club Tropicana comes on the radio on a hot day?? Enjoy...


Who the hell wrote the above??? The album was a statement of it's time abot two 19 yer olds aving fun and whilst wham rap may sound dated now,remember it's the uk '82 and this was a ground breaking satire of the times. The album production with chris brown is a master craftsman serving him appentiship. message to main reviewer - do your homwork first son, chin up your "special"


Formed: 1981

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s

Wham! sparked something of a pop revival in the mid-'80s and could arguably be held responsible for sparking off the boy band trend of the '90s. They were unashamedly pop, to the point of padding the front of their trousers for television appearances. At the heart, however, was a string of catchy singalong singles written by George Michael (born Georgios Kyrriacos Panayiotou in London to a Greek restauranting family). George met Wham!'s other half, Andrew Ridgeley, at school in the London suburb...
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