ZANG TUMB TUMB DISCOGRAPHY “…which deny the freedom of the flesh…”

Frankie Goes To Hollywood

Relax

From soft to hard, from dry to moist


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Type: Single

Format: Compact cassette

Label: Zang Tuum Tumb

Catalogue ref.: CTIS102

Series: Discriminating Action series no. 1; Direct Incidental series no. 128; Singlette series no. 102


Release date: 23 July 1984

Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Chart position: UK: (Starting 12/11/1983) 77; 77; 67; 55; 54; 55; 46; 35; 35; 6; 2; 1; 1; 1; 1; 1; 2; 3; 6; 16; 21; 23; 21; 29; 29; 31; 26; 24; 21; 17; 16; 11; 5; 3; 2; 2; 3; 3; 3; 6; 7; 12; 20; 22; 29; 41; 47; 50; 66; 71; x; x; x; x; x; x; x; 93; 87; 89; 79 (16/2/1985) 68; 58; 64; 74; x; x; x; x; x; 68; 58; 64; 74; x; 91; 96; 86; 83; 89 (2/10/1993) 6; 5; 8; 13; 19; 41; 58
USA: Peak postion 20 (25/02/1984). 13 weeks in chart.


Sleeve design: XL Design; ZTT

Photographer: Steve Romney

Artwork

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Cassette inlay: Outside

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Cassette inlay: Inside

Printed tracklisting

  1. Relax (The party trick)
  2. Relax (The special act)
  3. Relax (The US mix)
  4. Relax (The single)
  5. One September Monday (Later on)
  6. Ferry cross the Mersey (And here I’ll stay)

Actual tracklisting

Programme identical on both sides of the cassette

  1. Relax (Greatest bits) 16:50
  2. One September Monday (Later on) 01:36
  3. Ferry cross the Mersey 04:07

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

RELAX

From Soft to Hard

From Dry to Moist

FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD

“come dancing”

(ZTT logo)

CTIS 102

RELAX

FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD

(Island logo)

(Chrome logo)

(Dolby logo)

“relax don’t do it when you watnt to suck it to it relax don’t do it when you want to come!”

Inlay: Inner

FROM SOFT TO HARD, FROM DRY TO MOIST…

A cassette celebration of the famous ‘Relax’…Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Trevor Horn and Zang Tuum Tumb made it big and beautiful and someone somewhere between the clean sheets made it banned…What was read into it?

Performed by FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD who are known to be: Holly Johnson, Peter Gill, Mark O’Toole, Brian Nash and Paul Rutherford. (They didn’t stay.)

Produced by TREVOR HORN assisted by his Building Theamb. Packaged by XLZTT.

Photograph taken by Steve Romney at the Camden Palace, November 1983, minutes before Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s Special Act. “They shoot photographers, don’t they?”

Chapter Ten

Spokesman for ‘morality’ have no right to condemn or to try to prevent any kind of sexual relationship unless they can demonstrate that it is bringing society more unhappiness than happiness. It is always easy to produce illegitamacy, divorce and venereal disease statistics: but the statistics of sexual happiness are harder to come by.

This cassette can be both a part of Number One In Zang Tuum Tumb’s Discriminating Action Series and all of Number Twenty Nine in Zang Tuum Tumb’s Direct Incidental Series. “Never give a disc jockey an odd suck.”

Climbing in and out of the skin of ‘Relax’ (Gill-Johnson-O’Toole) on this cassette is the sigh, the invitation plus:

1/The Party Trick (Acting Dumb) 2/The Special Act (Adapted From The Sex Mix) 3/The U.S. Mix (Come Dancing) 4/The Single (The Act) and then, after the act, 5/Later On (From One September Monday) and 6/Gerry Marsden’s Ferry Across The Mersey (…and here I’ll stay.)

Published by Perfect Songs Ltd. ‘Ferry Across The Mersey’ published by Dick James Music

UNAUTHORISED PUBLIC PERFORMANCE. BROADCASTING AND COPYING OF THIS CASSETTE PROHIBITED. ALL RIGHTS OF THE MANUFACTURER AND THE OWNER OF THIS RECORDED WORK RESERVED.