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Out of print in the U.S.! Hormonally Yours was the 1991 sophomore effort from this British female pop duo consisting of former session vocalist Marcella Detroit and former Bananarama member Siobhan Fahey. Stronger than their debut album, Hormonally Yours adds an R&B swagger to their Pop pudding, which adds texture to the sweet flavor of tracks like 'Goodbye Cruel World', 'Emotional Thing' and 'Are We In Love Yet'. Chock full of great tracks, the album is perhaps best known for the smash hit single 'Stay', a delicious slice of pure pop heaven. 12 tracks. Warner.

1. Goodbye Cruel World
2. I Don't Care
3. My 16th Apology
4. Are We In Love Yet
5. Emotional Thing
6. Stay
7. Black Sky
8. Trouble With Andre
9. Moonchild
10. Catwoman
11. Let Me Entertain You
12. Hello (Turn Your Radio On)

Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 13, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: London Import
  • ASIN: B00002DE4N
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #455,663 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By "johnny_belinda" on April 1, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This is my favorite album of all time. (Second is the Bangles' "Everything" and third is Madonna's "True Blue.") Siobhan Fahey and Marcy Detroit were Shakespears Sister, and they enjoyed monumental success with the 1992 release of the eponymous HORMONALLY YOURS, but the following year was not kind to the duo. Contrary to popular belief, Shakespears Sister did not disband in 1993, but Siobhan and Marcy parted company, and Siobhan continued as a solo act. "Prehistoric Daze," her 1994 contribution to the FLINTSTONES: MUSIC FROM BEDROCK soundtrack demonstrated her flair for reggae, first introduced on 1989's SACRED HEART album with the Bob Marley cover "Could You Be Loved." 1996 saw the release of a lead-off single, "I Can Drive," but no studio effort followed. We fans continue to show our support for the unreleased third album, which Siobhan has decided to distribute to loyal followers.
I can't for the life of me figure out why their success was so short-lived here in the States. Following the No.4 hit "Stay," they released a fabulous radio remix of their next single, "I Don't Care." The B-side was a beautiful acoustic version of "Stay," but the single failed to chart in the Top 40. I have heard that London Records didn't give HORMONALLY YOURS the promotional push it needed to find Stateside success, but the album was a critical and commercial triumph in the UK. "Stay" remained at Number One atop the charts for eight weeks, a feat matched only twice before.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By "johnny_belinda" on March 25, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
As Shakespears Sister's biggest fan (in the US, anyway), I delight in telling you that this dynamic duo was unique and exciting in every way. In spite of the fact that their Stateside success began and ended with the No.4 single "Stay," they released this beautiful video collection in January 1993 that compiles music videos from their eponymous album of the same name. Like their album, HORMONALLY YOURS (VHS) begins with the fabulous, decadent "Goodbye Cruel World" and ends with the melancholy, heart-wrenching "Hello (Turn Your Radio On)."
My favourite Shakespears Sister song, "Goodbye Cruel World" is a high-gloss, high-camp scream. Nobody did it better than former Bananarama member Siobhan Fahey and Marcella Detroit, and their love for Hollywood style and high-fashion hilarity shows in this video, which is "Sunset Boulevard" meets "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" Siobhan is screamingly funny, while Marcy looks oh-so-cool vamping it up.
"Stay" is fondly remembered for its otherworldy imagery and uncoventional storytelling. Surreal, intoxicating, breathtaking...this video is the most riveting four minutes of footage you'll ever see. Siobhan is an evil figure of mythology (supposedly Hecate) who comes to take the life of Marcy's dying beau. Siobhan relishes the chance to drain the life from him, but Marcy won't part with her man, and, ultimately, love conquers all. Siobhan walks away in mock disgust, because, after all...she'll be back.
"I Don't Care" is inviting, invigorating, and totally unexpected. (In other words, it's oh-so Shakespears Sister). Marcy and Siobhan each dream the other is trying to eclipse her from the band, and the results are laugh-out-loud funny.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By John on December 19, 1999
Format: VHS Tape
There aren't words I can possibly use to describe how excellent a video this is. Whilst most music videos are just the artist standing there smiling at the camera and occasionally strumming a few chords on their guitar, Hormonally Yours is an amazing all round entertainment video, with excellent direction by Sophie Muller and Siobhan Fahey's warped sense of humour you *need* this video in your collection to make you a better human being!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Stefan Janßen on February 5, 2003
Format: VHS Tape
Shakespears Sister create an original, deep- sensed
little film with five videos which were created
by Sophie Muller.

The first one is the single "Goodbye cruel world"
which is influenced by "Whatever happened to Baby Jane?"
and which describes the argument between two successful
sisters who envy each other and who want to be better
than the other one. Siobhan and Marcella introduce this
video with a dialogue about their conflict.They sing
together about a mysterious Mr.A who will never see their
face again because he left them in the rain. Siobhan sits
in the back and looks angry because Marcy is loved by her audience and she has to be second here.
The second video section is the world hit "Stay" which is
also known for this excellent video full of darkness,
mystery, good and evil content and ghost skin feeling.
The story takes place outerspace on the moon where Marcy
sits sad beside the bed of her lover who is near dieing.
She begs him to stay and wants him to come to life again.
Suddenly the death- angel Siobhan comes in in a glitter
catsuit with a crown on her head. She wants to take Marcys
lover in her death kingdom and walks down the stairs to get
him. When she arrives in the other sphere she fights heavily
with Marcella and finally the lover awakes and lets the good
one Marcy win while Siobhan has to leave the arena and go
back to her own world. The video reminds a little bit of
"Return of the living death".
The third video is "I don't care", also a successful hit
and inscened with a first class black humour. Marcy sleeps
and has a nightmare of Siobhan who wants to replace her
in the band by another male band member.
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