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Shy Boy - Bananarama - Deep Sea Skiving (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Deep Sea Skiving, an Album by Bananarama. Released in March on London (catalog no. R-1; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop, New Wave.
  2. Deep Sea Skiving is the debut album by the British female vocal group Bananarama, released in The album peaked at no.7 on the UK album chart and was certified Silver by the BPI. The inner-sleeve of the vinyl release contained numerous photos of the group, several of them in childhood. These pictures have not been included in any CD version of the album to date. On 19 March
  3. Bananarama - Deep Sea Skiving: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Shy Boy: A2: Doctor Love: A3: What A Shambles: A4: Really Saying Something (He Was Really Sayin' Somethin') A5 No Vinyl+CDR 95 Listed For Sale: bananarama.
  4. Jetzt Bananarama - Deep Sea Skiving (smartaronacarsetzvascrededfisemfi.xyzinfo Edition) - (LP + Bonus-CD) im SATURN Onlineshop kaufen Günstiger Versand & Kostenlose Marktabholung Bester Service direkt im Markt.
  5. Color Of Vinyl Subject To Change Without Notice / Call To Confirm Colored Copies Are Still Available. Bananarama burst onto the pop scene in with their debut album Deep Sea smartaronacarsetzvascrededfisemfi.xyzinfo a DIY punk attitude and bags of charm the band soon became .
  6. Deep Sea Skiving, Bananarama, True Confessions, Wow!, Pop Life and Please Yourself are the albums in question and this is the first time they have been available on vinyl since the originals were released. Each of the brightly coloured vinyl editions are limited and all come with a CD of the album with bonus tracks (largely extended remixes of the singles).
  7. Bananarama Deep Sea Skiving Ltd Edn Blue Vinyl & CD London Bananarama ‎– Deep Sea Skiving London Records ‎– RAMA 1 Vinyl, LP, Album. £ Bananarama ‎– Shy Boy Vinyl 7" P/S Single UK London NANA 2 £ Bananarama, Lananeeneenoonoo ‎– Help Vinyl 7" Single P/S Single LON £ Bananarama ‎– Shy.
  8. Deep Sea Skiving is not perfect. "Boy Trouble" is awfully slight, and a cover of Steam's "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye" is okay, but basically pointless. Still, it's Bananarama's finest album by far, and an underappreciated pop gem of its era.

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