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  • Audio CD (25 Oct 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B000002IJJ
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 590,185 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  5. Don't Let Me Down 3:50£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Music Out Of Bounds 4:24£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. Love Or Desire 3:44£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Don't Break My Heart 3:30£0.79  Buy MP3 
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Listen10. Dancing Nowhere 3:43£0.79  Buy MP3 

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By DELROY JOHNSON on 14 Nov 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Is really good love this Stacey Q CD... I think probably sounds was too tightly low. Of course is my friend's Kim Skywave got studio fix-it update for copy with new sounds clear on Stacey Q CD transform CD better with new high normal stereo do this. But it's okay is worth it old ones of this really, possible keep it for usual anyway. Thank you so much!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By callinggloria on 24 Jan 2003
Format: Audio CD
Stacey Q had a massive No1 in the states with "Two of Hearts" but never made an impact on the UK charts. If you're into crap 80s pop give this a try,even if its to just add the fantastic Two of Hearts to your collection. The CD is worth buying for this track alone. There are a few other highlights, mainly "We Connect" and "Dancing Nowhere" . Some tracks are a little weak but this is fluffy pop at its best. If you don't take your music too seriously and want to be transported back to those long hot eighties summers when it was cool to like tack then this is for you.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
An 80's Classic All the Way! 31 Dec 2000
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This fast-paced, upbeat album is a great pick me up anytime. The beats and instrumentations are just what 80's pop was all about. Listening to this album takes me back to the summer of 1986 when I used hear "Two Of Hearts" all the time . Here's a bit of nostalgia, who remembers when Stacey sang both "Two Of Hearts" and "We Connect" on two different episodes of "The Facts Of Life"? I'll take this album any day over the terrible sounds of what are known as pop music of today. If you want some light, fun, easy listening that will take you back, buy this album because you won't regret it.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Spandex 80's NRG New Wave Disco Crimped Trash X-travaganza 6 Nov 2000
By J. Hamilton - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album is the epitome of twirly 80's dance pop, right up there with Bananarama's "WOW" and Madonna's "You Can Dance." Every track is a bouncy cloud of synth pops, gurgles, and whirrs, laced with Stacey's breathy, melancholy-tinged purrs and electrified chirps. Stacey herself wrote and co- produced the bulk of her material. The sound is all diaphanous mini-skirts, plastic lips, curling irons, and aqua colored inflatable palm-trees. Pop it in the cd player and take a guilt-free trip, not to 1986, but to what the future looked like from there!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This bubbleheaded goddess is the Queen of Dance 28 Dec 2004
By Johny Bottom - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Who could not instantly fall in love with the beautiful and talanted Stacey Q? She is the ultimate free spirit wrapped in a crown of blond hair. With a silly giggle or questioning look, Stacey Q would have you eating out of her hand. She may be a ditz, but her sexual energy is as bright as an ever lasting nova.

1. Two of Hearts - Along with Toni Basil's 'Micky', this is a masterpiece. Listen as she yearns and longs for you "I need you! I need you!"

2. We Connect - Another smash hit that survived the wrath of time. Miss Q proves that she is more than a one hit wonder and can belt out the sass and shake that a55.

3. Insecurity - Here she defines the rules again and takes pop where it has never been before, or since. Her voice is one of an angel and I fall to my knees and cry whenever I hear it. This song is on a 'cassingle' I have and never leaves my IROC.

4. Better Than Heaven - The title of this song is the only way to describe the song. Stacey Q is God's gift to music and her voice could melt the heart of Satan himself. I never want to live in a world where Miss Q is respected as the artist she is.

5. Don't Let Me Down - No, this is not a cover of the same song found on Twisted Sister 'Stay Hungry' album. This is a love song that is great to make love to. Stacey Q is the fantasy of many a man, and when her voice seduces the woman in your life, you have the best.

6. Music Out of Bounds - I once played this for seven straight hours and did the 'running man' dance. No one knew and no one watched, but I just had to do it so I can say I did. I'd do it again too, because this is the ultimate dance song and the 'running man' is the ultimate dance.

7. Love or Desire - Well if she asking me about how I feel about her, it's both. Same with every other man on the planet.

8. Don't Break My Heart - Here Stacey once again destroys all bounds and proves that just because there is a twinkle in her eye doesn't mean she can't feel the same emotions of us mere mortals. Any man would walk through fire and broken glass to be with her, so this song may be a bit unbelievable.

9. He Doesn't Understand - Another love song that touches the heart like a dagger. Oh Miss Q, I love you. I'd understand anything you tell me and will forever worship you.

10. Dancing Nowhere - A great way to end the album. It leaves the listener begging and pleading for more. Now that you have this collection, it's time to go back and find her albums. To celebrate her collection is to celebrate life, love, and happiness.

Stacey Q is the greatest of all dance queens and the proof is here. Buy this album and see how beautiful life can really be.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Good first effort of dance pop 28 Feb 2006
By Preston - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Stacey Q's first album from 1986 was a fun first effort of dance pop. I didn't expect Two of Hearts to be 7 minutes long! I'm so used to hearing the single version that they played so much on the radio and placed on many compilation albums. I was thinking, the usual 3:56 song, next song, and so forth. It's so creatively done, with some sexy vibes within it. At times, Stacey reminds you of Madonna in terms of the dance tracks and the rhythms. The ballads on here are nice. And you have to credit the SSQ band for playing the music on here, loads of aggressive and dynamic rhythms and landscapes. Besides Two of Hearts, other standouts are We Connect, Love of Desire, the catchy Don't Break My Heart, and Dancing Nowhere. Back in 1986, people would say--She won't be talked about 20 years from now, nor that hit single. But in 2006, I still listen and hear echoes of Two of Hearts and some of the other album's songs. It's not about looking back or being retro, it's about how they sound today in 2006. The Internet, Amazon and other sources have been helpful in recalling this album's success and I am here to say that I still love these songs!
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Stacey Q: Dance-Pop music at it's best!!!!! 11 Feb 2004
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Stacey Q is the most unappreciated artist of the 1980's up until today. Some say that her girlish approach is very annoying, but I find it rather appealing. At least she was being real to herself, and that she had confidence. This is a very good album. It made it to #46 on the R&b/Hip Hop charts, and to #102 on the billboards. :(
1)Two of hearts- good song.Made it to #3 on the billboard charts. Kinda long though as it approaches 7 minutes. Cute girley vocals. But I wish that the radio single version was on here instead.
2)We Connect- a fast pace song that made it to the top 40.
3)Insecurity- nice song. I can identify to this song. Made it to #1 on the Dance Charts. Cute lyrics, reminds me of Madonna.
4)Better Than Heaven- a sweet ode to love.
5)Don't let me down- a nice slow ballad. Very nice and sweet to dance to.
6)Music out of bounds- a dance song very electronic though. Made it to #19 on the Dance Music Sales.
7)Love or desire- an ok song. Sounds like somewhat a spanish synth.
8)Don't break my heart- a nice song back from the 80's. Very night-like song, Don't know why but that's what I envision when I hear it every time.
9)He doesn't understand- Very lulling the song. This is one of my favorite songs by Stacey Q. Makes you wanna dance.
10) Dancing nowhere- very rocky-like lol. Another early Madonna reminicent.
**Don't know how true this is, but I heard that she has a new song coming out, off her new album "Stardust". Listen to the airwaves for it and vote her #1 like she should be!!!!!
**A lifetime Fan :)
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