|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Pump Me Up||2||Audio||1984-11-00||Numa|
|2||Pump Me Up||3||Audio||1984-11-00||Numa|
|3||Tar And Cement||2||Audio||1967-05-12||Columbia|
|4||Let It Be Me||4||Audio||1998||Caroline Munro Fan Club|
|5||Pump Me Up (Remix)||2||Audio||1985||Zig Zag Records|
Started her career at 16 when she won 'Face Of The Year' and from this came a contract with Vogue where she was most notably a Lambs Navy Rum calander girl for 10 years.
Film stardom then loomed most notably appearing in the James Bond film 'The Spy Who Loved Me' as Naomi and as a B' movie girl in Hammer House of Horror films, where she still enjoys cult status among aficionados.
Her music career started at 16 also when she appeared alongside such notabls as Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker on the EMI release Tar and Cement.
She has appeared in 2 music videos, Adam Ant's 'Goody Two Shoes' and 'If You Really Want' by Meatloaf. Caroline Munro is married to [a1850939].