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Saturday, August 03, 2019

Dead Or Alive - "Lover Come Back To Me (TopPop)" [Pop]

Lover Come Back To Me (TopPop)

"Lover Come Back To Me (TopPop)" music video by Dead Or Alive
Added: 03-08-2019
Genre : Pop
Description : Dead Or Alive - Lover Come Back To Me • TopPop

Dead or Alive were an English pop band formed in 1980 in Liverpool. The band found success in the mid-1980s, releasing seven singles that made the UK Top 40 and three albums on the UK Top 30. They were the first band under the production team of Stock Aitken Waterman to have a number-one single. At the peak of their success, the lineup consisted of Pete Burns (vocals), Mike Percy (bass), Steve Coy (drums) and Tim Lever (keyboards).
'Lover Come Back To Me' was a #11 hit in the UK and in the Dutch Top 40 it reached #30. In Germany #21 and in the USA #75

This Toppop video was recorded on 13 May 1985


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"Lover Come Back to Me" is a 1985 single by Dead or Alive, produced by Stock Aitken Waterman. It was released as the second single from the band's second album, Youthquake, and the single mix features slightly different instrumentation to the album version but is generally the same. The single peaked at #11 in the UK, #3 in South Africa, #5 in Switzerland, #21 in Germany, #13 in Australia and #75 on the US Billboard Hot 100.

In addition to the standard 7" and 12" formats (the latter of which included a sleeve which could be opened up in to a poster), a fan-shaped picture disc was also released in the UK. The B-side to the single was "Far Too Hard", a song from the band's first album.

Like "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)", the song was re-recorded in 2003 for the band's retrospective compilation Evolution: The Hits.


Tags : 1985, 80s, Dead Or Alive

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