|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Nights Of Arabia (Electro Re-mix)||3||Audio||1982||CBS|
|2||Nights Of Arabia||3||Audio||1982|
|3||Ready Steady (Extended Version)||2||Audio||1983|
|4||Nights Of Arabia (Electro Re-mix)||3||Audio||1982||CBS|
|5||Nights Of Arabia||2||Audio||1982||CBS|
|6||Nights Of Arabia||3||Audio||1982||Portrait|
|7||Nights Of Arabia||2||Audio||1982|
|8||Nights Of Arabia||3||Audio||1982||Portrait|
|11||Nights Of Arabia||2||Audio||1982||CBS|
Miro Miroe is pronounced "ME-ROE ME-ROE." The group was born in Cricklewood, England earlier this year when Ian Ritchie met Miss Bee. Ian has a chemistry degree from Liverpool University, and Miss Bee started her entertainment career with Thames Television as a lavatory cleaner.
Miss Bee was doing Blonde impersonations with "the most mediocre band in the world" and Ian was looking for a singer/lyricist. Evidently they met one night in a pub where Ian was performing jazz with a Texas guitarist, and Bee requested Wagner's "Ring Cycle." Bee sang "Die Walkure" while Ian played "Ornithology" in accompaniment. The rest is history.