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Bananarama

1984 studio album by Bananarama

Bananarama

1984 studio album by Bananarama
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Biography

Bananarama is the second album released by British girl group Bananarama. Released in 1984, the album peaked at no.16 on the UK album chart, also reaching the US top 40 album chart and was certified Silver by the BPI.
The group continued their association with producers Jolley & Swain (who had produced some tracks on their debut album, Deep Sea Skiving). With this album, Bananarama had their first significant U.S. success with the single “Cruel Summer”, which became a top ten hit there (the song had also been a top 10 hit in the UK in 1983), bolstered by the song’s inclusion in the soundtrack to the 1984 film The Karate Kid. Further hits from the album included “Robert De Niro’s Waiting…” (UK #3) and “Rough Justice” (UK #23). The track “Hot Line to Heaven” was also released as a single in the UK but failed to reach the top 40, peaking at #58.

Genre

Pop, new wave

Label

London

Length

34:14

Producer

Tony Swain, Steve Jolley

Recorded

April 1983 February 1984

Released

21 April 1984

Name

Bananarama

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