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Shakespears Sister

Hormonally Yours (30 Year Anniversary)

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Expected 19th August 2022

Limited edition 30 year anniversary edition, packaged in mirror-board sleeves.

To celebrate the 30 year anniversary of Shakespears Sister's seminal album 'Hormonally Yours',London Records have announced special edition releases across multiple formats. A double platinum and top 3 UK album 'Hormonally Yours' secured Siobhan Fahey and Marcella Detroit a place in British pop history, spawning the single Stay - which spent a staggering eight consecutive weeks at the top of the UK charts - and winning the duo an Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Contemporary Song Collection.

'Hormonally Yours' also features singles 'Goodbye Cruel World' and 'I Don't Care', tackles friendships gone wrong on 'My Sixteenth Apology', powerful, dangerous attraction on 'Emotional Thing' and documents a friend's coming out on 'Are We In Love Yet?' Fan favourite 'The Trouble With Andre', the full-throttle glam-blues of 'Cat Woman and glorious finale 'Hello (Turn Your Radio On) is the album's glorious finale: an exhalation; a glorious, earth-shuddering moment that recalls the epic melancholy of David Bowie's 'Five Years' and The Beatles' 'A Day In The Life'. Shakespears Sisters second LP, Hormonally Yours, provided the perfect encapsulation of Shakespears Sister's musical ying and yang; a deftly delivered balance of pop melody with a spikey alternative darkness.

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Shakespears Sister Hormonally Yours (30 Year Anniversary)
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  • 1.Goodbye Cruel World 4:05
  • 2.I Don't Care 4:15
  • 3.My 16th Apology 4:16
  • 4.Are We in Love Yet 3:45
  • 5.Emotional Thing 3:48
  • 6.Stay 3:48
  • 7.Black Sky 4:08
  • 8.The Trouble with Andre 4:38
  • 9.Moonchild 4:27
  • 10.Catwoman 3:59
  • 11.Let Me Entertain You 4:44
  • 12.Hello (Turn Your Radio On) 4:12

Item code: LMS5521725
Label: London Records
Info correct on: 13/5/2022