Fresco is the fourth and final studio album by the British dance band M People. It includes the Top 10 singles "Just for You" and "Angel St", the single "Fantasy Island", and a cover version of the Roxy Music song "Avalon". The album reached number 2 in the UK Albums Chart, and was supported by a large UK arena tour. The tour confirmed M People as one of the UK's most successful live acts of the 1990s.
Recorded At – Planète Sun Studios. Mixed At – Studio Davout. This has a slighty different tracklist that contains four additional tracks (track 8 to 11). These tracks were also seperately released on IV My People - IV My People. The main title "Certifié Conforme" is nowhere printed on the release.
Marina and the Diamonds has confirmed that she has finished work on her fourth album and that it will be released in 2019. In an interview with PopBuzz, Marina explained: "I want to tell people details all the time but I can't because I have been planning it for ages. there is a concept in terms of how it's going to be released that you will find out in April but I am going to release a new song in January". Who is Marina working with?
Album titles, on the other hand, are always italicized. For example, while I will openly admit to loving Journey’s power ballad Faithfully, I think pretty much every song on their Greatest Hits album should be sung at karaoke nights across the country. Other Italics Questions. Of course, lots more media have titles than just songs and albums. There are books, short stories, podcasts, TV shows, episodes. the list goes on and on. Want more italics advice?
Fresco (M People album). Fresco is the fourth and final studio album by the British dance band M People. It includes the Top 10 singles "Just for You" and "Angel St", the hit single "Fantasy Island", and a cover version of the Roxy Music song "Avalon". Fresco became M People's last studio album. Various hit collections followed as well as two solo albums from lead singer Heather Small.
It seemed the people did – this album got to number two in the US (kept off by MC Hammer) and spawned six hit singles. It also won Best Album at the Brits. 38 Nas, ‘Untitled (formerly Nigger)’ (2008). Nas’ attempt to call his album ‘Nigger’ caused such a furore in the US his label Def Jam got a call from the White House ensuring they changed it. 37 Sparklehorse, ‘ansmissionplot’ (1995). Deep Purple’s 15th studio album showed their propensity for a pun hadn’t wilted and neither had their shit taste in track titles, opening as it did with the classic ‘Vavoom: Ted the Mechanic’. 28 Toby Keith, ‘Shock’n Y’all’(2003). This patriotic album by the gun-totin’, Taliban-hatin’ redneck rocker sold in excess of four million copies in the US. 27 Wet Wet Wet, ‘Popped In Souled Out’ (1987). A double pun that misfires on so many levels.
The Best of M People M People. Listen on Apple Music. M People: Ultimate Collection (feat. One Night In Heaven: The Very Best of M People. M People: The Collection.
Some of the album titles and covers can be disturbing and NSFW! 25. Murder by Death - Like the Exorcist, But More Breakdancing (2002). The People Who Try to 'Guard' Any Particular Form of Music Are, Like the Copyists and Manufactured Bands, Doing It the Worst Disservice, Because the Only Thing That You Can Do to Music That Will Damage It Is Not Change It, Not Make It Your Own. Because Then It Dies, Then It's Over, Then It's Done, and the Boy Bands Have Won (2008) .
|A1||Colour My Life||5:34|
|A2||How Can I Love You More||5:14|
- Manufactured By – Copymasters
NotesSingle-sided 4-track promo cassette for the Album "Northern Soul"
(from PL 75157)
|MPEOPLE 01||M-People*||4 Track CD Sampler (CD, Promo, Smplr)||Deconstruction, RCA||MPEOPLE 01||UK||1991|