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Tracklist:
1. OK! Have It Your Way
2. The Sound of Your Laughter
3. All That Glitters
4. Think Again
5. The Guessing Game
6. Sun Is In the Sky
7. Stay Now
8. Shadow Boxing
9. If Not Now, When?
10. Lions of Charing Cross
11. Coming Up For Air

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The Blow Monkeys is a British band of the 1980s. This group has become known to the general public with titles that are part of the programming of the DJs of weapon dance like This Is Your Life and especially Wait in duet with Kym Mazelle. His alpha, Robert Howard or Dr. Robert, writes and calm the titles.


Heaven 17 0 Heaven 17 are an English new fluctuate and synth-pop stripe that formed in Sheffield in 1980. The band were a trio for most of their careen, tranquil of Martyn Ware, Ian Craig Marsh and Glenn Gregory. Although most of the unite's music was recorded in the 1980s, they have occasionally reformed to record and execute, playing their first ever remain concerts in 1997. Marsh port the band in 2007 and Ware and Gregory uninterrupted to transact as Heaven 17.


Heaven 17 0 Heaven 17 are an English new fluctuate and synth-pop stripe that formed in Sheffield in 1980. The band were a trio for most of their careen, tranquil of Martyn Ware, Ian Craig Marsh and Glenn Gregory. Although most of the unite's music was recorded in the 1980s, they have occasionally reformed to record and execute, playing their first ever remain concerts in 1997. Marsh port the band in 2007 and Ware and Gregory uninterrupted to transact as Heaven 17.


Whoops! There Goes The Neighbourhood The Blow Monkeys 1 $9.49 Whoops! There Goes the Neighbourhood was The Blow Monkeys' 1989 syn-up album to She Was Only A Grocer's Daughter, acquit two years before.The album, the quartern issued from the tie, represented a further step towards the association of more dancey elements, rouse with their third 1987 LP, peculiarly with the UK hit "It Doesn't Have to Be That Way", which, impetration to Number 5, made that their highest-delineate song ever.The first sincere was "This Is Your Life", still a pop refuge/unaccustomed beckon track, which didn't get higher than Number 70. The next version of the ditty, its 1989 remix, which turned it into a rightly dance tune, fared much reform, extension Number 32 in Great Britain. After the flop of the aid single, the artfully superior "It Pays to Belong", literal business Dr. Robert's tradition of criticising England's politic actuality, which didn't share the UK Top 75, the lode singer scored a hit together with life singer Kym Mazelle, which reached Number 7. The album tracklist was readily rejigged, "Wait" recredited as a Blow Monkeys song and inclosed on the album, together with the more profitable, reworked translation of "This is Your Life".

Outside the band, even if inserted on their fourth album, Whoops! There Goes the Neighborhood, a very successful single was the piece entitled Wait, a duet credited only to Robert Howard (the intercession nomarchy of Dr. Robert) with Kym Mazelle, the diva of the so-called Chicago house. The track is considered one of the earliest examples of the known musical sub-genre appear «UK gas station». Wait reaches Number 7 in the British singles ranking, and will wear inserted, the following year, in Blow Monkeys' chief greatest strike, Choices - The Singles Collection.

Outside the band, even if inserted on their fourth album, Whoops! There Goes the Neighborhood, a very successful single was the piece entitled Wait, a duet credited only to Robert Howard (the intercession nomarchy of Dr. Robert) with Kym Mazelle, the diva of the so-called Chicago house. The track is considered one of the earliest examples of the known musical sub-genre appear «UK gas station». Wait reaches Number 7 in the British singles ranking, and will wear inserted, the following year, in Blow Monkeys' chief greatest strike, Choices - The Singles Collection.


Special VIP devise book for April 2015 Tour. Join the band and company for soundcheck, get to see biography behind the scenes, take photos with the bond and a signed CD of the modern album! We excuse, all tickets for the London Show on 25th April are now gone.

Another noteworthy piece, also included in a famous soundtrack, is represented by You Do not Own Me, used for the film Dirty Dancing, with actor and dancer Patrick Swayze. The compilation has won the platinum record for sales and the piece of Blow Monkeys is probably the one for which the group is best known in America.

The Blow Monkeys is a British band of the 1980s. This group has become known to the general public with titles that are part of the programming of the DJs of weapon dance like This Is Your Life and especially Wait in duet with Kym Mazelle. His alpha, Robert Howard or Dr. Robert, writes and calm the titles.

The Blow Monkeys is a British band of the 1980s. This group has become known to the general public with titles that are part of the programming of the DJs of weapon dance like This Is Your Life and especially Wait in duet with Kym Mazelle. His alpha, Robert Howard or Dr. Robert, writes and calm the titles.

The foppish, London-supported foursome’s latest, If Not Now, When?, insinuate they’re still in enviably currish haleness. Written and produced by charismatic frontman Dr Robert, it’s defensibly his unite’s most express, minerals-oriental set to conclusion: far brasher than the relatively subjective Feels Like A New Morning and strong on potentially hits such as irresponsibly attractive trailer single OK! Have It Your Way and the lank Think Again.


Special VIP devise book for April 2015 Tour. Join the band and company for soundcheck, get to see biography behind the scenes, take photos with the bond and a signed CD of the modern album! We excuse, all tickets for the London Show on 25th April are now gone.

Outside the band, even if inserted on their fourth album, Whoops! There Goes the Neighborhood, a very successful single was the piece entitled Wait, a duet credited only to Robert Howard (the intercession nomarchy of Dr. Robert) with Kym Mazelle, the diva of the so-called Chicago house. The track is considered one of the earliest examples of the known musical sub-genre appear «UK gas station». Wait reaches Number 7 in the British singles ranking, and will wear inserted, the following year, in Blow Monkeys' chief greatest strike, Choices - The Singles Collection.


Special VIP devise book for April 2015 Tour. Join the band and company for soundcheck, get to see biography behind the scenes, take photos with the bond and a signed CD of the modern album! We excuse, all tickets for the London Show on 25th April are now gone.


Heaven 17 0 Heaven 17 are an English new fluctuate and synth-pop stripe that formed in Sheffield in 1980. The band were a trio for most of their careen, tranquil of Martyn Ware, Ian Craig Marsh and Glenn Gregory. Although most of the unite's music was recorded in the 1980s, they have occasionally reformed to record and execute, playing their first ever remain concerts in 1997. Marsh port the band in 2007 and Ware and Gregory uninterrupted to transact as Heaven 17.

The Blow Monkeys is a British band of the 1980s. This group has become known to the general public with titles that are part of the programming of the DJs of weapon dance like This Is Your Life and especially Wait in duet with Kym Mazelle. His alpha, Robert Howard or Dr. Robert, writes and calm the titles.


She Was Only a Grocer's Daughter is the third album from British stripe, The Blow Monkeys, originally acquit in 1987.The album title was a reference to the then-Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Margaret Thatcher, whose Conservative government was unpopular with leftward fender, pro-Labour Party chime acts of the 1980s, some of whom concorporate the Red Wedge figure as part of their political activism.Some titles and lyrics on this album reflex the displeasure of Dr Robert and The Blow Monkeys with the then wise situation in the UK. After a slow manage towards a slicker, pop-eastern style, The Blow Monkeys also induce a frisk thrash, which became a defining characteristic of the stripe's latter releases.


Whoops! There Goes The Neighbourhood The Blow Monkeys 1 $9.49 Whoops! There Goes the Neighbourhood was The Blow Monkeys' 1989 syn-up album to She Was Only A Grocer's Daughter, acquit two years before.The album, the quartern issued from the tie, represented a further step towards the association of more dancey elements, rouse with their third 1987 LP, peculiarly with the UK hit "It Doesn't Have to Be That Way", which, impetration to Number 5, made that their highest-delineate song ever.The first sincere was "This Is Your Life", still a pop refuge/unaccustomed beckon track, which didn't get higher than Number 70. The next version of the ditty, its 1989 remix, which turned it into a rightly dance tune, fared much reform, extension Number 32 in Great Britain. After the flop of the aid single, the artfully superior "It Pays to Belong", literal business Dr. Robert's tradition of criticising England's politic actuality, which didn't share the UK Top 75, the lode singer scored a hit together with life singer Kym Mazelle, which reached Number 7. The album tracklist was readily rejigged, "Wait" recredited as a Blow Monkeys song and inclosed on the album, together with the more profitable, reworked translation of "This is Your Life".


Whoops! There Goes The Neighbourhood The Blow Monkeys 1 $9.49 Whoops! There Goes the Neighbourhood was The Blow Monkeys' 1989 syn-up album to She Was Only A Grocer's Daughter, acquit two years before.The album, the quartern issued from the tie, represented a further step towards the association of more dancey elements, rouse with their third 1987 LP, peculiarly with the UK hit "It Doesn't Have to Be That Way", which, impetration to Number 5, made that their highest-delineate song ever.The first sincere was "This Is Your Life", still a pop refuge/unaccustomed beckon track, which didn't get higher than Number 70. The next version of the ditty, its 1989 remix, which turned it into a rightly dance tune, fared much reform, extension Number 32 in Great Britain. After the flop of the aid single, the artfully superior "It Pays to Belong", literal business Dr. Robert's tradition of criticising England's politic actuality, which didn't share the UK Top 75, the lode singer scored a hit together with life singer Kym Mazelle, which reached Number 7. The album tracklist was readily rejigged, "Wait" recredited as a Blow Monkeys song and inclosed on the album, together with the more profitable, reworked translation of "This is Your Life".

Another noteworthy piece, also included in a famous soundtrack, is represented by You Do not Own Me, used for the film Dirty Dancing, with actor and dancer Patrick Swayze. The compilation has won the platinum record for sales and the piece of Blow Monkeys is probably the one for which the group is best known in America.

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