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Frankie Goes To Hollywood

All in the mind, all in the body


Type: Single

Format: Compact cassette

Label: Zang Tuum Tumb

Catalogue ref.: CTIS107

Series: Professional Action series no. 7; Imperfect Incidental series no. 194; Singlette series no. 107


Release date: 18 March 1985

Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Chart position: Album-UK: (Starting 10/11/1984) 1; 2; 4; 5; 6; 5; 6; 6; 5; 6; 8; 12; 13; 16; 21; 15; 23; 33; 27; 27; 14; 9; 9; 7; 13; 18; 18; 25; 32; 31; 37; 39; 41; 50; 58; 64; 61; 88; 72; 66; 76; x; 79; 82; 92; 80 (5/10/1985) 59; 79; 67; 90; 78; 89 (1/2/1986) 90 (30/8/1986) 94; 97; 85; x; 99; 54; 83 (18/2/1995) 62; 95; 37; 24; 38; 36; 76 (1/3/1997) 96 (24/4/2010) 79
Single-UK: (Starting 30/03/1985) 5; 2; 2; 5; 12; 24; 39; 56; 69; 72; 72; x; 85; 88.
USA: Peak postion 31 (01/06/1985). 5 weeks in chart.


Sleeve design: XL Design; ZTT

Photography: Anton Corbijn


Printed tracklisting

  1. All in the body
  2. Welcome to the pleasure dome (The soundtrack from Bernard Rose’s video)
  3. Get it on
  4. All in the mind
  5. Welcome to the pleasure dome (How to remake the world)
  6. Happy hi!

Actual tracklisting

Programme identical on both sides of the cassette

  1. Happy hi! (All in the body) 01:18
  2. Welcome to the pleasure dome (The soundtrack from Bernard Rose’s video) 05:37
  3. Get it on (Long version) 03:56
  4. Welcome to the pleasure dome (How to remake the world) 10:59
  5. Happy hi! (All in the mind) 01:05

Occasionally the tracklisting printed on the sleeve art of a release isn’t 100% accurate. Tracks may be missing, mixes unspecified or misnamed. For this reason a more accurate actual tracklisting is shown alongside the printed tracklisting.


Sleeve Notes

Inlay: Outer

FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD

IN THE PLEASURE DOME

ALL IN THE MIND, ALL IN THE BODY

a zang tuum tumb singlette

ALL IN THE MIND, ALL IN THE BODY

Frankie Goes To Hollywood in The Pleasure Dome: a two aprt cassette celebration of their fourth number one. There is, unquestionably, a stringent honesty in all this—but can it be carried too far? Ask your friends.

Music performed by Frankie Goes To Hollywood, and produced except for Get It On by T.C. Horn who was assisted by S.J. Lipson. Dale Griffin did Get It On, which is used here courtesy of the B.B.C. The inclusion of Get It On on the seventh action is, of course, our attempt to supply some money to the B.B.C. to help save Dr. Who.

“Yob talking is invading this country and I cannot think of anything more anti-democratic.”

“I say get off your arse and dance—we’re all going to the same grave.”

“Frankie Goes To Hollywood in sick-sex scandal. As usual this will lead to them running all the way to the bank.”

This cassette was compiled by the Sunday Morning Broken Spirits (would you like to be wrong and wealthy?) Photography; anton corbijn. Friedihc Wilhelm Nietzsche played by Geoffrey Palmer Cassette packaged by XLZTT; “Friendly spurts.”

Frankie Goes To Hollywood would like to think everyone who paid attention during their Around The World In Mighty Ways tour, and salute everyone who made love for the first time because of it.

(Frankie logo)

(ZTT logo)

All In The Mind, All In The Body

Frankie Goes To Hollywood

In The Pleasure Dome

(Island logo)

(Chrome logo)

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(Frankie logo)

This singlette is number ninety five in the imperfect Incidental Series. It is also part of number seven in Zang Tuum Tum’s professional Action Series. Fans of Frankie Goes To Hollywood must also know that it is all part of Number One in Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s 1985 Escape Act…’ from the waste land to the artificial paradise.

And remember at all times—Frankie Goes To Hollywood want a heaven for you that will please you.

Inlay: Inner

Nash

Rutherford

Gill

O’Toole

Unauthorised public performance broadcasting and copying of this cassette prohibited. All rights of the manufacturer and the owner of the recorded work reserved. That means you.

Frankie Goes To Hollywood In The Pleasure Dome. Part One: All In The Body; happy hi!, the soundtrack from Bernard Rose’s video of the Welcome To The Plemure Dome single, Get It On Part Two: All In The Mind; Welcome To The Pleasure Dome (how to remake the world), happy hi. Frankie Goes To Hollywood music on this cassette composed by Gill-Nash-Johnson-O’Toole and published by Perfect Songs Ltd. Get It On composed by Bolan and published by Westminster Music. ℗+© ZTT.


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