The Bangles - The Real World

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Bangles - The Real World

(HQ digital stereo remaster) This rare video is the Bangles' first ever clip, released in 1982 to promote their self-titled debut EP. While there are a couple of copies of this clip on YouTube, this one has no titles on it, although the video quality is not perfect. The is the original Bangles lineup of Susanna Hoffs, Vicki Peterson, Debbi Peterson and Annette Zilinskas. This is the only Bangles video in which bassist Annette Zilinskas appears, she left the band in 1983 and was replaced by Michael Steele.


Bangles is the eponymous first EP by The Bangles. It was released in 1982 by Faulty Products and reissued in 1983 by I.R.S. Records when Faulty Products went out of business. The songs remained widely unavailable thereafter, with only occasional rereleases of individual songs. The whole five-song EP was eventually reissued as part of the Bangles' 2014 compilation, Ladies and Gentlemen... The Bangles!.

This would be the group's last release to feature original bassist Annette Zilinskas, who left in early 1983 and was replaced by Michael Steele.


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