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80s Hits [Double CD]

Various Artists Audio CD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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  • Audio CD (12 July 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Double CD
  • Label: Crimson
  • ASIN: B003SLF4JU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 110,432 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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A great collection of hits from the 80's:- Track listing 1. Smalltown Boy - Bronski Beat 2. Cruel Summer - Bananarama 3. Mirror Mirror - Dollar 4. Like To Get To Know You Well - Jones, Howard 5. Living On The Ceiling - Blancmange 6. Money's Too Tight To Mention - Simply Red 7. Somewhere In My Heart - Aztec Camera 8. Don't Get Me Wrong - Pretenders 9. For America - Red Box 10. Pink Sunshine - We've Got A Fuzzbox & We're Gonna Use It 11. Each Time You Break My Heart - Kamen, Nick 12. What's The Colour Of Money - Hollywood Beyond 13. Johnny Come Home - Fine Young Cannibals 14. Mirror In The Bathroom - Beat 15. Candy Girl - New Edition 16. Come Into My Life - Sims, Joyce 17. C'Mon And Get My Love - D-Mob & Cathy Dennis 18. Funky Cold Medina - Tone Loc 19. Don't Call Me Baby - Voice Of The Beehive 20. Killing Moon, The - Echo & The Bunnymen 1. True Faith - New Order 2. People Are Strange - Echo & The Bunnymen 3. Oblivious - Aztec Camera 4. Some Candy Talking - Jesus & Mary Chain 5. Wrote For Luck - Happy Mondays 6. Ship Of Fools - World Party 7. Suspicious Minds - Fine Young Cannibals 8. Never Can Say Goodbye - Communards 9. New Song - Jones, Howard 10. Don't Go - Hothouse Flowers 11. Right Thing, The - Simply Red 12. I Beg Your Pardon - Kon Kan 13. You're History - Shakespear's Sister 14. Good Tradition - Tikaram, Tanita 15. Since Yesterday - Strawberry Switchblade 16. Love In The First Degree - Bananarama 17. Just What I Always Wanted - Wilson, Mari 18. Heartache Avenue - Maisonettes 19. Safety Dance, The - Men Without Hats 20. Underpass - Foxx, John

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5.0 out of 5 stars Something a little bit different 6 Jan 2013
By Hal Marshall TOP 100 REVIEWER
This is a great compilation, straying as it does into the realms of tracks that are not normally found on these kinds of albums. And I've bought more than my fair share of them in my ongoing (and so far remarkably unsuccessful) attempts to revisit my youth without the help of a DeLorean or an old police box.

I got it because of the two Bananarama numbers - there, that's my confession over and done with. The presence of 'You're History' by Shakespears Sister merely confirmed to me the wisdom of my choice. And there were still thirty seven other songs to listen to. I don't think I had ever heard an Echo & The Bunnymen track before I bought this. After a few trips through 'The Killing Moon', I feel as though I've wasted thirty years of my music-listening life!

There are a few of the old standbys - 'Johnny Come Home' is a prime example of that although 'Suspicious Minds' is an FYC song that is far from ubiquitous. Simply Red somewhat pollute the atmosphere with 'Money's Too Tight To Mention', a song that seems to be some kind of good luck charm for every compiler of any 80s collection. The same applies to 'Don't Get Me Wrong'. A right pair of rabbit's feet THEY are. It's not everyday you get to enjoy Mari Wilson's 'Just What I Always Wanted' though. Nor Nick Kamen's 'Every Time You Break My Heart'. I'm not saying they are particularly good, just that it is nice to be reminded of some of the 'forgotten' 80s hits.

Putting Bananarama to one side for a moment...(excuse me for just one second, I've lost my train of thought a bit now. I have Sara on one side, Keren on another. Oh God, and there's Siobhan)... heavens to goodness. Oh yes, well, this double CD is a very thoughtfully put together collection of songs. I'm not entirely convinced that is down to any considerations with regard to royalties either. Highly recommended for anyone who wants a more 'authentic' Eighties experience.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good cd 26 April 2013
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Great songs took me back to the best time of my life,,,,good value ,,it got all my friends up dancing?....
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3.0 out of 5 stars Hmm 29 Nov 2013
By Moley
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Bit 'so so' I'm afraid. Okay, but don't expect too much. Seemed to have left all the best tunes out from the 80's.
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5.0 out of 5 stars 80`s hits 31 Oct 2013
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loads of great hits from the eighties, would rate this a five stars. takes me back to my youth. recommended.
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