Blue Sky (unreleased demo) Middle Of Nowhere
Your Love Tastes So Sweet (unreleased demo)
Bananarama are a British girl group, famous for '80s hits such as "Venus" and "Cruel Summer".
The group was founded in London in September 1979 by Siobhan Fahey, Sara Dallin and Keren Woodward. They experienced their greatest success during the period from 1982 to 1989. In 1986, some of the group's production duties on the album True Confessions were taken up by Stock Aitken & Waterman, which resulted in the international number one hit "Venus".
In early 1988, Siobhan Fahey left the group. She would later resurface as the front runner of the pop duo Shakespear's Sister.
Bananarama attempted a comeback in the British charts in 2005 with the album Drama. One of the songs in the album was "Middle Of Nowhere", co-written by Xenomania's Brian Higgins. In 1996 Higgins gave them the instrumental track and the group wrote the lyrics and melody. However, Brian also gave the track to Dannii Minogue and it became "Heaven Can Wait", which appears on her 1997 album Girl.