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Mondo is an album released in 1990 by British psychedelic rock band Bronski Beat, their third, and final, album released through Rough Trade Records. The album saw the band working in an electronic fashion, inspired in part by David Bowie’s album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972).
Like its predecessor The Age of Love (1986), the album was a moderate commercial success in the UK, reaching number 7 on the UK Albums Chart. This was Bronski Beat’s last album to be released in the 1980s.
The album’s lead single, “Motivation”, was the band’s last single release in the UK in the 1990s. It reached number 41 in the UK Singles Chart, and the band did not release a single in the UK until 2001’s “Making My Mind Up”.
The album also saw the band work in a more commercial, disco and Euro disco-influenced vein, such as the disco-inspired “Skinny Love”, which was produced by Giorgio Moroder, and the title track, “Mondo”, a cover of “Don’t You Want Me”, a song originally from the soundtrack of the 1978 film Saturday Night Fever. In the US, the album was released with the track “Interlude” as a single instead of “Skinny Love”.
Despite being the band’s final album, Mondo marked a return to Bronski Beat’s original sound, turning towards dance music, synthpop, and a more commercial sound. The lead single was an electropop track, “Motivation”, which reached number 41 in the UK Singles Chart in 1990. The second single, “Skinny Love”, was a remixed version of “Don’t You Want Me”, which reached number 22 in the UK.
In the US, Mondo was released as Don’t You Want
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