The album was followed by the release of the double A-side "Hotel Room"/"Call Me A Liar". This was played by Tony Blackburn as his 'record of the week' upon its release. The single failed to chart, but the album sold well throughout Europe, especially in Germany. In the same year, John Thomas joined the band on guitar for the Broughtons' sixth album, Bandages. This featured a softer sound than previous releases. Shortly after the release of Bandages, John Thomas left and was replaced by Terry Cottam.
15 Songs, 51 Minutes. Released: 1 May 1995. 1995 New York Staff Band - The Salvation Army. More By New York Staff Band.
From the inner sleeve: Produced by Edgar Broughton & Steve Broughton for WEEMEENIT. From the label: All titles published by Blackhill Music Lt. Warner Bros. Music except (same tracks as mentioned on the inner sleeve) Blackhill Music Lt. Music/Songwriters Workshop.
Parlez-Vous English?. Eclectic Records 1034.
Broughtons at the Bay, Nelson Bay, New South Wales.
Artist: The Broughtons (AKA Edgar Broughton Band). Album: Parlez-Vous English? Year: 1979. Genre: AOR, Blues Rock. 07. Revelations One - 2:43. 09. Down In The Jungle - 2:44. 10. Rent A Song - 2:58. 11. Young Boys (A. S. Broughton) - 3:33.