The Bangles - Patti`s Favourite album
1986, Bangles (The), Bootleg. Live in pittsburgh 1986, patti’s favourite. J’ai découvert ça en cherchant si je pouvais trouver des scans de pochette en haute qualité. On trouvait la version Patti’s favourite sur le site Viva les Bootlegs , mais les liens sont morts.
Everything is the third studio album by American pop rock band the Bangles. It was released on October 18, 1988 through Columbia Records. Just like its predecessor, Everything also produced a US Top 5 hit ("In Your Room"), and a number one single, "Eternal Flame," which became a chart-topper in almost every major chart around the world, among its released singles.
On The Bangles' wondrous new album, Sweetheart Of The Sun, the band sings about affairs of the heart, but in Hoffs' view, it's heart that matters most, especially when it concerns punk. Whether it's the Ramones or Elvis Costello or Patti Smith, these are artists who followed their feelings. Their music was extremely personal, yet we could all relate to it. So much of what is intensely dramatic can be called ‘punk. I realized that I was hearing a true original. The way Patti tapped into her pure emotions and her deep love of art and words in such a bold, individualistic manner, it was overwhelming. It made you dare to follow your dreams.
The best album by The Bangles is Different Light which is ranked number 4,642 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 373. The Bangles is ranked number 2,007 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 690. Members who like this artist also like: Pat Benatar, Def Leppard and James Horner. The Bangles - The Very Best Greatest Hits Collection - RARE 1990 CD 80's Condition: Good. Time left: 1h 39m 34s. Ships to: Worldwide. THE BANGLES Manic Monday 1985 UK 7" Vinyl Single EXCELLENT CONDITION Condition: Used. Time left: 3h 43m 20s. THE BANGLES-WALK LIKE AN EGYPTIAN- 7" VINYL RECORD SINGLE 45RPM- CBS - 1986 Condition: Used. Time left: 4h 2m 14s.
Greatest Hits is a compilation album by The Bangles. It was released by their record company, Columbia Records on May 8, 1990 to fulfil the band’s contractual requirements. It also included the group’s cover of Hazy Shade of Winter, which was released on the soundtrack of the film Less Than Zero, and had not been included on a Bangles album. It also contained the non-album B-side cover of the Grass Roots’ Where Were You When I Needed You and the previously unreleased song Everything I Wanted from the Everything album sessions. Everything I Wanted was released as a single around Europe and Australia to promote the release. In the UK, a new remix of Walk Like An Egyptian was released instead, peaking at #73.
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Greatest Hits is a compilation album by The Bangles. It was released by their record company, Columbia Records on May 8, 1990 to fulfil the band's contractual requirements. By the time of the release of the album, the group had already broken up. The album peaked at in the Billboard Album chart, and at in the UK. The Greatest Hits album featured the single remixes of "Hero Takes a Fall", "Walking Down Your Street" and "I'll Set You Free".
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- Bass Guitar, Vocals – Michael Steele
- Drums, Vocals – Debbi Peterson
- Lead Guitar, Vocals – Vicki Peterson
- Rhythm Guitar, Vocals – Susanna Hoffs
NotesSleeve mislabels the recording date. Recorded live on October 29th, 1986
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