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FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD - WELCOME TO THE PLEASUREDOME, TWO TRIBES & RELAX (Wembley Arena, 2004)

Tuneage: Pt. 1 - WELCOME TO THE PLEASUREDOME & TWO TRIBES ....Pt. 2 - RELAX



17 years after their initial breakup in 1987, the band, whose 1983 hit Relax was banned by the BBC, re-formed to play a one-off Prince's Trust concert at Wembley Arena in November, 2004. Holly Johnson, the original flamboyant frontman, decided not to take part.
Perfoming with original band members Paul Rutherford, Peter "Ped" Gill and Mark O'Toole, was Ryan Molloy, 28, who beat 200 hopefuls who flocked to the open audition in Leicester Square a month before ther concert performance.

The 2004 Prince's Trust charity performance staged at London's Wembley Arena marked the 25th anniversary in show business of producer Trevor Horn, who made his name overseeing hits by artists like the Buggles, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Yes, and ABC.


Added: Jan-6-2012 
By: smyle
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Tags: Relax, WELCOME TO THE PLEASUREDOME, TWO TRIBES, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Prince's Trust Concert,
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