Bananarama - Pop Life [2LP] Limited Pink vinyl + CD, import
Limited PINK colored vinyl + CD!
Limited double vinyl LP pressing. Pop Life is the fifth studio album by British girl group Bananarama, released in 1991. It is the only album released which features Jacquie O'Sullivan, who replaced Siobhan Fahey in Bananarama upon her departure in 1988. This album marks the end of the group's association with the Stock Aitken Waterman production team as most of Pop Life was produced by Youth (real name Martin Glover). UK singer Zoëprovided backing vocals on "Long Train Running". This would be the last album by Bananarama as a trio. The album was a departure from their previous albums as it incorporates a much more diverse range of musical genres, including flamenco guitar (a cover of the Doobie Brothers song "Long Train Running" featuring Alma de Noche, a pseudonym for the Gipsy Kings), retro-rock ("Only Your Love", "Outta Sight"), acid house ("Tripping on Your Love"), reggae ("What Colour R the Skies Where U Live?"), experimental club ("Megalomaniac"), and their hallmark Euro disco sound ("Preacher Man", "Ain't No Cure").