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This song, along with "Relax", made Frankie Goes to Hollywood even more controversial than they already were.Despite the group's record label (ZTT) pre-emptively promoting the single as "their fourth number one", an achievement that would have set a new UK record for consecutive number one singles by a debuting artist, "Welcome to the Pleasuredome" peaked at number two in the UK singles chart, being kept off the top spot by the Phil Collins/Philip Bailey duet "Easy Lover"."Welcome to the Pleasuredome" was not given such a release.However, the 7" vinyl single was released in two different mixes, and it was purely random as to which one you ended up with, as both mixes were in identical sleeve designs and carried the same catalogue number.Frankie Goes to Hollywood would not release another record for seventeen months, and they would ultimately fail to emulate their past glories upon their return.
The subtitle for that disc was 'alternative reel' but on the 7" single the subtitle remained unchanged as 'altered real'.
This is the only single from the group that was not released on a CD single at that time.
"Relax", "Two Tribes" and "The Power of Love" all saw a CD-maxi release in Germany at the end of the '80s.
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