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Rage Hard: The Sonic Collection

Rage Hard: A Sonic Collection
Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Released 2004 (2004)
Recorded 1983-1986
Genre New Wave, Dance
Length 72:00
Label ZTT Records
Producer Trevor Horn, Stephen Lipson
Frankie Goes to Hollywood chronology

The Club Mixes 2000
(2000)
Rage Hard: A Sonic Collection
(2004)
Frankie Say Greatest
(2009)

Rage Hard: A Sonic Collection is a greatest hits album by Frankie Goes To Hollywood, released in 2004 by ZTT Records, exclusively to SA-CD. It is basically identical to the 2000 compilation album Maximum Joy, minus the second disc.

Background

The album takes its name from a song title from the band's Liverpool album.

The track listing is a mixture of singles and album tracks. The band's seven singles are accounted for here, in their album versions. Also featured are the four cover versions the band committed to album.

Design and art direction were by Simon Griffin & Ed Sullivan at Dolphin Studio.

Tracklisting

  1. "Relax" - 3:57
  2. "Two Tribes" - 3:22
  3. "Ferry Cross the Mersey" - 4:03
  4. "The World Is My Oyster" - 1:58
  5. "Welcome to the Pleasuredome" - 13:39
  6. "Maximum Joy" - 5:30
  7. "San Jose" - 3:09
  8. "Warriors of the Wasteland" - 5:00
  9. "Rage Hard" - 5:02
  10. "War" - 6:12
  11. "Watching the Wildlife" - 4:17
  12. "Born to Run" - 4:05
  13. "The Power of Love" - 5:30

External links

  • Amazon
pl:Maximum Joy
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