Bros - When Will I Be Famous? flac album
Title: When Will I Be Famous?
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Genre: Electronic / Pop
Lyrics When will I Will I be famous? You're suitably at one with your body And the sun Yes You are! You've read Karl Marx and you've taught yourself to dance. You're not supposed to mention. When will I Will I be famous? Oh I can't tell you when you'll see your name up in lights. When will I Will I be famous? You keep asking me Babe. I can't wait! You won't suffer in silence You're a talent You know that I've noticed. You'd like to be a legend A big star over night! I can't answer your question I can't wait It's driving me insane. And you're impossible in patience Tearing at my brain! When will I Will I be famous? I can't answer I can't answer that. When will I Will I be famous? I can't answer.
When Will I Be Famous?" is a song by British boy band Bros. Written by Nicky Graham and Tom Watkins, "When Will I Be Famous?" was released as a single on 16 November 1987, and peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart and at number one on the Irish Single Chart, as well as reaching the top five in several other countries. When Will I Be Famous?" would later appearing on their 1988 album Push. In 1988-1989 it was used on the advert for The Sunday Mirror.
Bros followed up the success of "When Will I Be Famous?" with their third single, "Drop the Boy". Like its predecessor, it also peaked at number two in the UK and at number one in Ireland. as well as reaching the top ten in Australia, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland and West Germany. Bros released their debut album Push on 28 March 1988. On 1 July 2008, singer Matt Goss told BBC News that he had spoken to the other members of the band and in principle they had agreed to reform, feeling that he and his bandmates "are finally at a place" where they could reunite. However, his brother Luke denied any plans of taking part in a reunion
When Will I Be Famous? Bros. When will I, will I be famous? You keep asking me, babe. You're a slave to fashion and your life is full of passion It's the way you are You've suffered for your art with the jogging in the park You know you should go far. But you keep asking the question (Ooohooo) One you're not supposed to mention (I'm not supposed to mention) Yeah, oooh! When will I, will I be famous? I can't answer, I can't answer that When will I see my picture in the paper? I can't answer (I can't wait), I can't answer that.
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Bros were a United Kingdom boy band active in the late 1980s, consisting of the twin brothers Matt Goss and Luke Goss (hence the name), along with Craig Logan. They were originally called Caviar and then Gloss before they attracted the attention of Tom Watkins whose principal clients were the Pet Shop Boys. Watkins changed their name to Bros and signed them to CBS and for two years, 1988 and 1989, they were England's hottest group and teenage heartthrobs, scoring 8 consecutive Top 10 hits, including the chart-topping "I Owe You Nothing. At the height of their success Logan was.
|A||When Will I Be Famous?|
|B||Love To Hate You|
NotesLimited Edition With Bros Logo Badge
|ATOM 2||Bros||When Will I Be Famous? (7", Single)||CBS||ATOM 2||UK||1987|
|12EXP 07826||Bros||When Will I Be Famous? (12", Maxi)||Epic||12EXP 07826||Canada||1987|
|CBS 651270 9, 651270 9||Bros||When Will I Be Famous? (CD, Mini, Single)||CBS, CBS||CBS 651270 9, 651270 9||Europe||1988|
|34 07905||Bros||When Will I Be Famous? (7")||Epic||34 07905||Canada||1988|
|CBS 651270 7||Bros||When Will I Be Famous? (7", Single)||CBS||CBS 651270 7||Portugal||1987|