Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Welcome To The Pleasuredome

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(HQ digital stereo remaster) WTTP has a zillion versions and remixes, but the one on this video has never been released. Although mostly a mash-up of the original "Pleasurefix Mix" with the "Escape Act Video Mix" (later called "A Remade World" mix), this version differs again, with extra musical breaks which are not on either of these versions. So for the first time, here is this video with a clean stereo soundtrack - no sound effects to ruin the music!


"Welcome to the Pleasuredome" is the title track to the 1984 debut album by Frankie Goes to Hollywood. The lyrics of the song were inspired by the poem Kubla Khan by Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

In March 1985, the album track was substantially abridged and remixed for release as the group's fourth UK single.

While criticized at the time of release and afterward for being a song that glorifies debauchery, the lyrics (and video) make clear that the point of the song, just as Coleridge's poem, is about the dangers of this kind of lifestyle. This song, along with "Relax", made Frankie Goes To Hollywood even more controversial than they already were.
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