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  1. A great Album with a good variety of music doreehosinsubsplemasenoxcafremen.coinfo Album has polished production and stands up to repeated listening. A Stock and Waterman Production (Except 1,5 produced by Stock Aitken Waterman. All Songs written by Stock Aitken Waterman,except 2,4,7,8 written by Stock and Waterman/5(8).
  2. Nov 24,  · Despite the PWL sound falling out of favor at the time, it seemed like they hit the nail on the head with this song. vocals blended to perfection by Mike & Matt - in fact, I think the Boy Krazy album has some of the best vocal arrangements and female harmonies on any SAW record (well, you were hardly going to get that from Bananarama, let's.
  3. Sep 20,  · Against all odds, Boy Krazy somehow created a fantastic collection of pure pop that has sat around almost unnoticed for nearly twenty years. This album shows that even when panic had set in, and the Hit Factory's reputation was fatally wounded, there was still some great pop being produced/5(10).
  4. Boy Krazy was a New York City girl group that saw brief fame in as a one-hit wonder. Their signature dance-pop song That's What Love Can Do, created by British music producers Stock Aitken Waterman and recorded in , bubbled under for two years before getting significant airplay.
  5. Boy Krazy (album). 57 likes. Boy Krazy is the self-titled debut of girl group Boy Krazy. This was the only album the group made. It was produced by Mike.
  6. The group released albums in and In he released his second solo album The Noise in the Sky. Krazy Baldhead also works as a certified Ableton Live trainer.
  7. The album was released in North America first, and then through Europe and Asia. The American releases feature a guitar-driven version of the album track "On a Wing and a Prayer", whereas the European and Asian releases feature a mix more similar to Stock, Aitken & Waterman's typical Europop.
  8. BOY KRAZY Vinyl Records and CDs: New York based female pop band produced by the Stock, Aitken & Waterman team. Recorded in , it took two years for the first single to get significant airplay. By this time, the Stock, Aitken & Waterman team had broken up and court issues didn't help the promotion of the subsequent album.

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