Really Saying Something (Extended Mix) - Bananarama with The Fun Boy Three


Really Saying Something (Extended Mix) (1982) (4'02) - Bananarama with The Fun Boy Three.
Written by Norman Whitfield, William "Mickey" Stevenson and Edward Holland, Jr.
Produced by Fun Boy Three and Dave Jordan.
(P) 1982 The Decca Record Company Ltd.

The album version of Really Saying Something appears as He Was Really Sayin' Something on the debut album, Deep Sea Skiving, first released in 1983.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of Deep Sea Skiving released in 1983 on London Records. Cat. No. 422-810 102:

Side 1

1. Shy Boy (Don't It Make You Feel Good) / 3'35
2. Doctor Love / 3'40
3. He Was Really Sayin' Something / 3'44 *
4. What A Shambles / 3'34
5. Cheers Then / 3'30 *
Side 2

1. Hey Young London / 3'52
2. Young At Heart / 3'10
3. Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye / 3'28
4. Boy Trouble / 3'10 *
5. Wish You were Here / 3'48

(P) * 1982, 1983 Decca Records Company Ltd.

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Shy Boy (U.S. Dub) (1983) (9'24) - Bananarama.
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Front Insert for the 12-Trk Compilation,
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