|EMI5423, EMI 5423||Kajagoogoo||Big Apple (7", Single, Kno)||EMI, EMI||EMI5423, EMI 5423||UK||1983|
|EMS-27009||Kajagoogoo||Big Apple (12")||EMI||EMS-27009||Japan||1983|
|EMS-17413||Kajagoogoo||ビッグ・アップル = Big Apple (7", Single)||EMI||EMS-17413||Japan||1983|
|1078036||Kajagoogoo||Big Apple (12")||EMI||1078036||Portugal||1983|
|EMS 17413||Kajagoogoo||Big Apple (7", Single, Promo)||EMI||EMS 17413||Japan||1983|
See my face You know where I've been Walking in jungle Cruising down boulevard Part of the race Taking a tumble. Assassin with gun Is taking his aim To target his rival And tossing the street Is a dangerous game The stakes of survival.
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Kajagoogoo in Bochum, Germany; 2008. L-R: Nick Beggs, Stuart Croxford Neale, Limahl, Jez Strode and Steve Askew. Background information. The first single by the new four-piece Kajagoogoo, "Big Apple", was released in September 1983 and reached the UK Top Ten. Their next single, "The Lion's Mouth", was released in February 1984 and made the UK Top 30, but after that public interest waned and their next single "Turn Your Back on Me" failed to make the Top 40. The subsequent new album, Islands, was also a commercial disappointment, peaking at No. 35 in the UK.
Kajagoogoo – Big Apple – Official Music Video The song was written by Kajagoogoo members, Steve Askew, Nick Beggs, Stuart Neale, and Jez Strode. Big Apple was released as the lead single from the band’s second studio album Islands. The single was released in September 1983 with Monochromatic (live) on the B-side. The single peaked at in Switzerland and on the Official UK singles chart. Kajagoogoo – Big Apple – Lyrics. Read Big Apple by Kajagoogoo on Genius.
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Big Apple - Kajagoogoo. 3. The Power to Forgive - Kajagoogoo. 4. Melting the Ice Away - Kajagoogoo. This comes as a result of Parlophone which included half of EMI going to Warners who decided to put some of their new catalogue titles into their budget priced Original Album Series and Kajagoogoo and Limahl were a unique situation as the band proper had only three studio albums and Limahl had two solo so it made sense to put them all together.