frankie goes to hollywood

With three huge No.1 hit singles plus a multi-million-selling 1984 No.1 debut double album to back them up, it’s difficult to over-estimate Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s impact upon British pop music in the mid-80s.

But theirs was a pop of a different kind; expansive, edgy and with an inbuilt dangerous, thrilling urgency.  While the big themes of sex, love and nuclear war which dominated Welcome To The Pleasuredome might have been on the minds of young people and millionaire pop stars alike across the globe at that time, nobody had dared tackle them previously with such a glamorously widescreen sense of sheer, bloody-minded joi-de-vivre.

Now, Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s chart devouring debut is celebrated in BMG’s new ‘Art of The Album’ series, featuring brand new sleevenotes within both the hardback CD & 180g double  vinyl LP format.

To win one of 20 copies of Welcome To The Pleasuredome – Deluxe Edition answer the following question…

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Who is the flamboyant lead singer of Frankie Goes To Hollywood?

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