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rita sue and bob too. who sang the opening song

Michael kamen was involved with the films music, it wasn't black lace or madness they sang further in to the film.
asked Aug 25, 2015 in Name That Song by paul morphy (3,810 points)
Bananarama singing "More Than Physical ? "
I've never seen the movie, but IMDb has this list of the soundtrack:
thanks for the link. I am working through the list, no joy so far. a lot of people who have watched the film like the opening song rita sue and bob too and have asked who sang it? I am starting to think micheal kamen used either session musicians or an established singer whom for some reason could not use their name?
thanks for trying. bananarama song is a little further into the film

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I believe it was Andy Fairweather Low, and Michael Kamen (who also produced the track).
answered Sep 4, 2015 by Rufus_Vegas (57 points)
selected Sep 4, 2015 by paul morphy
Thanks for your answer.  Why do you believe it was Andy Fairweather Low?
He's credited on the 7 inch vinyl single of the theme tune along with Kamen