Bros - Push Over FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Pop music
Title: Push Over
Style: Synth-pop, Europop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1617 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1978 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1905 mb
Other Formats: FLAC AIFF MP1 WAV AU AA MOD
Bros (/brɒs/ BROSS) is an English band formed in 1986 in Camberley, Surrey. The band originally consisted of twin brothers Matt and Luke Goss, and their friend Craig Logan, who attended Collingwood School in Camberley. The band was managed by former Pet Shop Boys manager Tom Watkins. They achieved chart success and a large teenage fanbase in 1988 with songs such as "When Will I Be Famous" and "I Owe You Nothing"
Push is the debut album by British pop band Bros and was released on 28 March 1988. The album spawned five hit singles, including the reissue of "I Owe You Nothing" which reached No. 1 in the UK Singles Chart in June 1988. The album reached No. 2 in the UK Albums Chart and spent 54 weeks in the Top 75. The album went 4 Platinum in the UK. In late 2013, a 25th Anniversary. 10. "I Owe You Nothing (Over 18 Mix)".
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Push may refer to: Push, the 1988 debut album by Bros. Push Over, a 1989 video album containing music videos by Bros. The Big Push Tour, a concert tour by Bros. The Big Push Overture, an instrumental piece opening the concerts of that tour. Bros Live - The Big Push Tour, a 1988 video album containing a concert from that tour. Categories: Disambiguations.
The closing ballad, "Cat Among the Pigeons," hints at a more rounded talent, but Push makes for far better dancing than listening - an album that will be most enjoyed by those who remember Bros' short-lived halcyon days.
Push is the debut album by British pop band Bros and was released on 28 March 1988. Singles from the album. I Owe You Nothing Released: 31 August 1987 When Will I Be Famous? Released: 16 November 1987 Drop The Boy Released: 7 March 1988 I Owe You Nothing (reissue) Released: 6 June 1988 I Quit Released: 5 September 1988 Cat Among the Pigeons, Silent Night Released: 21 November 1988.
1. (00:05:01) Bros - When Will I Be Famous? 2. (00:04:08) Bros - Drop The Boy. 3. (00:04:07) Bros - Ten Out Of Ten. 4. (00:03:42) Bros - Liar. 5. (00:05:17) Bros - Love To Hate You.
Bros toured all over the UK with all concerts selling out extra dates were added due to the demand which meant Bros did 19 consecutive nights at Wembley alone, and to date Bros are still the youngest group in history to play at Wembley. Craig Logan left the band in early 1989, due to several bouts of illness, including ME, and the fact he could no longer take the pressure of stardom. He appeared on the BBC1 television programme Wogan discussing why he had left the band. Their second video release, "Bros Push Over", was a collection of the music videos for singles taken from their Push album. During this period Bros had over 130,000 fans turn up at HMV Oxford Street, London for an album signing. The London Metropolitan Police had to close off Oxford Street for up to six hours due to the number of fans who had turned up to see their idols: Brosmania had been born.
Studio album by Bros. Push was the debut album from British pop band Bros and was released in 1988 Contents.
|When Will I Be Famous? (U.S. Version)|
|Drop The Boy|
|I Own You Nothing|
|Cat Among The Pigeons|
|49830-2, CBS 498302||Bros||Push Over (VHS, Comp, SECAM)||CMV Enterprises, CBS||49830-2, CBS 498302||France||1989|
|ESLU 71, DD-5A-B40-P 15F00592||Bros||Push Over (Laserdisc, 12", NTSC)||CMV Enterprises, Pioneer Japan||ESLU 71, DD-5A-B40-P 15F00592||Japan||1989|
|49830 2||Bros||Push Over (VHS)||CMV Enterprises||49830 2||UK||1989|