Vinyl LP pressing. For the past three decades, Bananarama's Sara Dallin and Keren Woodward have been one of pop's most influential and revered groups. Their hit packed career happened because they were the mold-breakers. Sometimes reminders of pop genius come in the slightest of touches, the subtlest of triggers. In Stereo, their eleventh studio album, is full of them. The electro pulses throbbing through "Dance Music"; the moody echo vocal effect on the bridge of "I'm On Fire"; the boisterous Saturday night pure disco of "Stuff Like That"; the Blondie-ish buzz to "Looking for Someone"; the spare, house music bassline to "Tonight." Finishing on a ballad, as all the best Bananarama albums do, on the sad and gorgeous "On Your Own." In Stereo is Bananarama back to their pinnacle best, a ten-track total recall on their irresistible pop storytelling capacity. Bananarama also collaborated with producer royalty Richard X on the stomper "Love In Stereo."