Kylie might be the only one from Stock+Aiken+Waterman production who is still survive and popular these days. The rest couldnt make it through. Quite a sad story. But at least some of them have tried it like Bananarama and Rick Astley. Last year I bought the Rick Astleys latest album, Portrait. Not quite impressive to me. Most of the song in that album are cover songs. I mean he tended to go for adult contemporary music after he left Stock+Aiken+Waterman. He did a good job on Free, Body & Soul albums. But not this latest album honestly. Then Bananarama has got my intention once again. Probably because Kylie really still make herself recognized in music industry, I guess Bananarama wanna proof themselves as well. I remember I was always fond of Siobhan Fahey, one of the early Bananarama members then she left the group before forming Shakespear's Sister. Anyway now Bananarama are Keren Woodward, and Sarah Dallin and I would say I like this album even the days they were famous and popular were gone long time ago.
1. Move In My Direction 2. Look On The Floor (Hypnotic Tango)
3. Waterfall 4. Freequency 5. Feel For You 6. Don't Step On My Groove 7. Middle Of Nowhere 8. I Love The Way 9. Lovebite 10. Rules Of Attraction 11. Your Love Is Like A Drug 12. Venus (Marc Almond's Hi Nrg Showgirl Mix) 13. Really Saying Something (Solasso Mix)