Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Bands reunited part 3





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Published on Nov 26, 2010

Bands Reunited was a television programme produced by V H 1 in 2004. The show documented the attempted reuniting of a formerly popular musical ensemble for a special concert in either London or Los Angeles.

A show normally consisted of the crew first hunting down the ex-members of the band (often first in disguise) one-by-one, and convincing them to agree for the one-time concert; the members were "contracted" by signing a record album by their former band. The band members were then interviewed, usually focusing on the reasons of the breakup. The final segment would consist of the formal reunion of the band in the rehearsing studio, and a joint interview about why the group parted ways. If the reunion was successful, the episode ended with the final performance.

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neil brown
Rutherford has aged, VERY well.
Lyndsey N
I miss this show
i hated the fact they didnt do it for the fans at the very least
what a waste of time wanker so up his own arse
nikk mikk
Saw Holly perform in London last month..He has still got it! A great evening concert and yes..RELAX, really was the "money Shot" as Holly called it...More please Holly..you're a star!
FGTH weren't actually a 'live' band back in the day. They 'played' most of their gigs to prerecorded backing tracks.
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Paul and Mark are so handsome!!@
Frankie says.... no more.
Howard Zimmerman
'Welcome to The PleasureDome' is a brilliant rock album. Screw all the critics.
Angus Wilson
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