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Digitally remastered and expanded edition of the 1987 sophomore album from this outfit formed by former Specials/Fun Boy 3 vocalist Terry Hall. The album, produced by Sire Records founder Richard Gottehrer in New York, revealed a different direction to their debut. Karl Shale had departed before the exhaustive recording sessions, during which they lost another founding member, Tony Lyons. The album was finished with the help of Roland Orzabal from Tears for Fears and Hollywood actress Raquel Welch's backing band. The album included two cover versions, both released as singles. The first 'Running Away', a Sly Stone song, was remixed by Arthur Baker to generate dance floor interest. The second, 'She' (made famous by the Monkees) featured a duet with the emerging talent of Sinead O'Connor amongst it's b-sides. This long overdue reissue has five bonus tracks from singles including their sole release of 1986, 'Things Could Be Beautiful', Hall's first recorded collaboration with Ian Broudie of the Lightning Seeds.


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