Frankie Goes to Hollywood

Frankie Goes To Hollywood (FGTH) was one of the most controversial and commercially-successful U.K. pop acts of the mid-80s. The Liverpool-based new wave group was fronted by vocalist Holly Johnson and supported by Paul Rutherford (backing vocals), Peter Gill (drums), Mark O'Toole (bass) and Brian Nash (aka Nasher, guitar). The group's debut single, titled "Relax", was famously banned by the BBC and subsequently topped the U.K. singles chart for five weeks, enjoying prolonged chart success throughout 1984. Read more on Last.fm
Wildlife (Cassetted)
Orchestral Wildlife (Wildlife Bit 4)
Hotter Wildlife (Watching the Wildife [Hotter])
The Waves
One Bit (Wildlife Bit 1)
Two Bit (Wildlife Bit 2)
The Condom Mix (Wildlife Bit 3)
War (Hidden)
War! (Hidden)
War! (Hide Yourself!)
One February Friday (12″ edit)
Two Tribes (Surrender)
War! (…and Hide)
War! (Coming Out of Hiding)
Watching the Wildlife
Watching the Wildlife (7″ mix)
Watching the Wildlife (Hotter)
Watching the Wildlife (Movement 2)
Watching the Wildlife (Die Letzten Tage Der Menscheit)
Watching the Wildlife (Bit 1)
Watching the Wildlife (Bit 2)
Watching the Wildlife (Bit 3)
Watching the Wildlife (Bit 4)
Watching the Wildlife (Voiceless)
The Waves
Liverpool
Warriors of the Wasteland
Kill the Pain
Maximum Joy
Watching the Wildlife
Lunar Bay
For Heaven’s Sake
Is Anybody Out There?
Welcome to the Pleasuredome
The World Is My Oyster
Welcome to the Pleasuredome
War (and Hide)
Two Tribes
Tag
Fury
Born to Run
San Jose
Wish (the Lads Were Here)
The Ballad of 32
Krisco Kisses
Black Night White Light
The Only Star in Heaven
Bang