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Really Saying Something: The Platinum Collection is one of several greatest hits collections by British girl group Bananarama, released in 2005. It was the second hits package released by Warner Music Group, parent company of Bananarama's label London Records (the first being The Very Best of Bananarama in 2001). The 2005 compilation contains both singles and album tracks. Several songs were included on a Bananarama hits package for the first time
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HQ rare promo music video. He Was Really Sayin' Somethin' is a soul song written by Motown Records songwriters Norman Whitfield, William "Mickey" Stevenson, and Edward Holland, Jr. in 1964. The song is notable in both a 1964 version by American Motown girl group the Velvelettes, and a 1982 hit version (with the title altered to "Really Saying Something") by British girl group Bananarama. The 1982 single became the second consecutive top-five hit for both Bananarama and Fun Boy Three, peaking at number five in the UK singles chart.