Barbarella was an all-female dance/pop trio from the Netherlands, who released two albums in their short-lived career during 1989–1991 – Sucker For Your Love, and Don't Stop The Dance. They first came to prominence performing in the Dutch TV show, The Pin Up Club, around 1988/1989, eventually recording and releasing what was to become its theme song, "We Cheer You Up (Join The Pin Up Club)".
Barbarella" is the only official single released from Scott Weiland's 1998 debut album 12 Bar Blues. The song is titled after the sci-fi film Barbarella, while the lyrics of the song pay homage to several science fiction television shows and movies. The song's music video used themes from the David Bowie film The Man Who Fell to Earth. The song charted on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks and remained there for three weeks, peaking at number 36. Tony Castaneda - Guitar. Tracy Chisholm - Producer.
Barbarella was a Dutch all-female dance/pop trio from the Netherlands formed by Dutch manager/producer Han Meijer. The group consisted of singers Angela Vermeer, Ingrid Brans and Leslie Doornik. They released two albums in their short-lived career during 1989–1991 – Sucker For Your Love and Don't Stop The Dance
Barbarella album Barbarella. Listen to the songs from album Barbarella.
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|A||Barbarella (Secret Life Of Dreams)|
|B||Barbarella (My Name Is Barbarella / Spaceship)
Remix [Uncredited] – Caspar Pound, Peter Smith
- Composed By [Uncredited], Producer [Uncredited] – R. Hildenbeutel*, Sven Vath*
- Engineer [Uncredited] – The Unknown Tech
NotesMixes & credits are listed as what is shown on the full release.
|HH 001||Barbarella||Barbarella 1 (12")||Harthouse||HH 001||Germany||1992|
|HH 001||Barbarella||Barbarella 1 (12", TP)||Harthouse||HH 001||Germany||1992|
|BC96002||Barbarella||My Name Is Barbarella (12")||Bonzai Classics||BC96002||Belgium||1996|
|HARTUK 4CD, HARTUK4 CD||Barbarella||Barbarella (CD, Single)||Harthouse U.K., Harthouse U.K.||HARTUK 4CD, HARTUK4 CD||UK||1993|
|HARTUK 4X||Barbarella||Barbarella (Remix) (12")||Harthouse U.K., Rising High Records||HARTUK 4X||UK||1993|