I wish I was a boy again With my life spread before me You should have known me then They were sunny days of love and friends.
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Bad Boys Blue – The Fifth

Bad Boys Blue – The Fifth
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
30.10.1989 / 2016
MiruMir / Coconut Records GmbH
MIR 100766
8 89397 10454 2
Russian Russian
Correct cat# MIR 100766 on labels.
Cat# on spine - MIR 100765 is wrong.

Producers: T. Hendrik & K. Hartmann
Produced At Coconut Records
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The Fifth is the fifth studio album by German band Bad Boys Blue. The record was released on October 29, 1989 by Coconut Records. The album includes two singles: “Lady in Black” and “A Train to Nowhere”. Track “No regrets” was originally sung by Edith Piaf as “Non, je ne regrette rien” written by Charles Dumont. All the songs were performed by John McInerney. Trevor Taylor left the band and was replaced by Trevor Bannister (born August 5, 1965 in Grimsby, England), whose function in the group was mainly to perform Trevor Taylor’s hits in live shows. It is during Bannister’s tenure with the band that Bad Boys Blue began widely touring in Eastern Europe—thus gaining much popularity there. The album was certified gold in Finland in 1990. Sometimes the name of the album is spelled as The 5th.


  • Finland - Official Finnish Charts 2 (1/1990)
  • Finland (Musiikkituottajat) Gold 30114
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