It is strange that even to this day they are still exhuming different mixes of this record. Thanks for letting us know.On all of the original 12-inch releases, the B-side featured a cover of “Ferry ‘Cross the Mersey”, followed by a brief dialogue involving Rutherford attempting to sign on, and an a cappella version of the title track’s chorus, segueing into an instrumental version of “Relax”, known as “From Soft to Hard”.Davos I have one labeled like that too seems they titled a lot of them “Sex Mix” when they were actually other mixes the “Sex Mix” runs 16 minutes Thank you Jeff actually the “New York Mix” is an edit of the “Sex Mix” and runs about 8:23 I believe. He had Frankie Goes to Hollywood before anyone else and he knew they were shit before anyone else. I grew up in Oklahoma City.I think I have the original cd single for this . I made the fix after the email notifications were sent out.Please can you posted another FGTH 12″ rip?You’re welcome PhotoHop There is definitely more Frankie, Soft Cell and New Order coming Neil Thank you for this! We had a tornado warning and very strong storms luckily all is ok now. Especially relevant at Christmas time, but regardless, a true and timeless … Frankie Goes to Hollywood is similar to these musical artists: The Police, Dead or Alive (band), Engine (UK band) and more. 50+ videos Play all Mix - Frankie Goes to Hollywood - Relax (original version) YouTube Dead Or Alive - You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) (Official Video) - … Because of the majority of our customers ask us not to, we do not include a receipt.BLACK, NAVY BLUE, RED, SPORT GREY, WHITEOnly logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.2XL Mens Adult, 2XL Womens Adult, L Mens Adult, L Womens Adult, M Mens Adult, M Womens Adult, S Mens Adult, S Womens Adult, XL Mens Adult, XL Womens Adult
Would you happen to have any more Frankie singles?Lovely Btw, have you heard of “Relax” (Sound Clinic UK)10″ acetate unreleased 5.20mins version? I’ve got all the FGTH 12″ but my vinyl player doesn’t work.The song won Best British Single at the 1985 Brit Awards.Yeah I am surprised it wasn’t a top ten.I am a huge fan of the '80s and '90s 12" mixes, I was a Club Dj for many years and I love music. Seems the label did a terrible job of misprinting the records.Well, first, glad you made it out ok there. The group was fronted by Holly Johnson (vocals), with Paul Rutherford (vocals), Peter Gill (drums, percussion), Mark O’Toole (bass guitar) and Brian Nash (guitar). Welcome To the Pleasuredome (7″) is my favorite FGTH single.Although fairly inauspicious upon initial release, “Relax” finally reached number one on the UK singles chart on 24 January 1984, ultimately becoming one of the most controversial and most commercially successful records of the decade.