Wham, Lipps, Inc. – Fantastic. Format: Cassette, Album, Unofficial Release.
Fantastic is the debut studio album by British pop duo Wham! released on 9 July 1983. It reached number one on the UK Albums Chart. It included the previously released singles "Young Guns", "Wham! Rap" and "Bad Boys". Club Tropicana" was also released as a single, as was "Club Fantastic Megamix". this album was originally released as the group "WHAM! . due to a conflict with a . group with the same name (Columbia BFC-38911).
Altri album di Lipps Inc. Funkytown.
Album · 1983 · 11 Songs. Wham 12" Mixes - EP. 1984.
Fantastic is the misguided 1983 debut release from the . With Fantastic, George Michael and partner Andrew Ridgeley introduced themselves as leather jacket-clad, street-smart "rebels. This approach proved wildly popular in the . where Fantastic was a Top Ten hit, but the album went largely unnoticed in the States. While Fantastic showcases the ability of the young (20 at the time of the album's release) George Michael to craft engaging, hook-filled melodies, much of the material on Fantastic suffers from the duo's pretentious, tough-guy posturing.
Funkyworld: The Best Of Lipps Inc. Album. L. Lipps Inc. Alben von Lipps Inc. Funkyworld: The Best Of Lipps Inc. Veröffentlicht am 1992.
Recording Fantastic was great – although I’d worked in studios before, this was a new experience for us all and so exciting. George particularly had driving passion and ambition – and, of course, the songs were brilliant. I knew they were going to be huge. With four UK Top 10 singles to their name – Club Tropicana having hit number four – Wham! were now a pop phenomenon and released the Fantastic album on 9 July 1983. Careless Whisper failed to make the cut.
Lipps Inc. (/lɪp sɪŋk/ lip-sink) was an American disco and funk group from Minneapolis, Minnesota. The group was best known for the chart-topping 1980 worldwide hit single "Funkytown" which hit No. 1 in 28 different countries around the world and was certified as double-platinum in sales. The group originally consisted of lead vocalist Cynthia Johnson and a changing lineup of session musicians including guitarist David Rivkin, guitarist Tom Riopelle and bassist Terry Grant