Frankie Goes To Hollywood ‎– Relax: The Full Story

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V/Vm Test Records ‎– VVMTCD69
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CD, Unofficial Release
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Notes

'Tribute' to the 1983 hit.
Mix of track 4 credited to "Frankie Goes To Hollywood Park In Edgeley".
Nearly all copies of this had to be destroyed and sent to ZTT, the label who originally released it. It was due to the fact that neither the music or artwork were cleared.

There is no tracklisting on the actual release.

Sleeve and label notes are executed in a true ZTT style, including spelling out the company's acronym name and adding a "motto":

p+c 2003 volume/verses mass test
"from dry to moist"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5029385901219
  • Matrix / Runout: AAV Regency 60547 VVMTCD69

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didatote

March 19, 2013
edited over 5 years ago

My ears are bleeding. Literally. Who can listen to this garbage? Noisy crap, pointless bits & pieces of Relax all over the place, no concept at all. What's wrong with this world? Where are the times when you could sit down and enjoy sounds of the 80s? Whoever put this junk together should have their head checked. I'm dead serious.

Was someone trying to be funny? Was someone supposed to be impressed by this retarded release? Where are effin negative marks when you need them? My oh my... I'm glad that ZTT decided to destroy this, but instead of doing us all a favor, it created limited and obscure piece of s**t.