Bananarama is the second album released by British girl group Bananarama. Released in 1984, the album peaked at n. 6 on the UK album chart, also reaching the US top 40 album chart and was certified Silver by the BPI. The group continued their association with producers Jolley & Swain (who had produced some tracks on their debut album, Deep Sea Skiving). With this album, Bananarama had their first significant .
The Wild Life Lyrics. What your mother don't know She won't mind Her good advice was a waste of time You wanna live fast Cutting it fine Make hay while the sun shines. No one there to say you're wrong or right You've waited a lifetime Burning all your bridges tonight. This is the wild life It's the wild life Wild life This is the wild life No stone left unturned Jump in the fire you're gonna get burned You might lose your way When you come out to play The wild life
The Wild Life" is a song written and performed by English girl group Bananarama. Written in two days, the track was composed for and included in the 1984 American film of the same name The Wild Life (starring Christopher Penn), and on its soundtrack. Bananarama's second, self-titled album had already been in stores for several months when this single was issued, and for a time the album was re-released with "The Wild Life" included. The song was released as a single in the .
The Wild Life" From the Universal Picture 'The Wild Life'. From the London album 422-820 165-1 R-1 "Bananarama". Tony Swain & Steve Jolley courtesy of Red Bus Records (International) Limited. State I'm In" listed as "The State I'm In" on the sleeve. Matrix, Runout (A): 2-58031. Matrix, Runout (B): 2-57840.
The Wild Life" is a song written and performed by English girl group Bananarama. Canada, Australia, and Japan. The Wild Life" peaked at number seventy on the . Billboard Hot 100 and did not chart in any other countries. The Bananarama track listing was reverted to its original sequence shortly thereafter and "The Wild Life" did not appear on CD until the 2002 hits package The Essentials. YouTube Encyclopedic.
The Wild Life is a song written and performed by English girl group Bananarama. Written in two days, the track was composed for and included in the 1984 American film of the same name The Wild Life, (starring Christopher Penn) and on its soundtrack. Bananarama’s second, self-titled album had already been in stores for several months when this single was issued, and for a time the album was re-released with The Wild Life included. The UK was instead given the song Hot Line to Heaven as the album’s final single.
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|A||The Wild Life||3:50|
|B||State I'm In||2:44|
|882 019-7||Bananarama||The Wild Life (7")||London Records||882 019-7||US||1984|
|S/N 474||Bananarama||La Vida Salvaje = The Wild Life (7", Promo)||London Records||S/N 474||Mexico||1984|
|LDSX 218||Bananarama||The Wild Life (12", Single)||London Records||LDSX 218||Canada||1984|
|882 019-7||Bananarama||The Wild Life / State I'm In (7", Single)||London Records||882 019-7||US||1984|
|S07P 1058||Bananarama = バナナラマ*||Bananarama = バナナラマ* - The Wild Life = ワイルド・ライフ (7", Single)||London Records||S07P 1058||Japan||1984|