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Don't Suppose (Collectors Edition) Collector's Edition, Double CD

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Product details

  • Audio CD (25 Aug. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Collector's Edition, Double CD
  • Label: Sfe
  • ASIN: B00L91DEBG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 113,130 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Don't Suppose
  2. That Special Something
  3. Your Love
  4. Too Much Trouble
  5. Never Ending Story
  6. Only for Love
  7. I Was a Fool
  8. The Waiting Game
  9. Tar Beach
  10. Oh Girl
  11. The Greenhouse Effect (Live)
  12. Ott (Over the Top)
  13. You've Been Gone a Little While (Too Much Trouble Reprise)

Disc: 2

  1. Never Ending Story (12" Mix)
  2. Never Ending Story (Rusty 7" Mix)
  3. Never Ending Story (12" Dance Mix)
  4. Never Ending Story (12" Dub Mix)
  5. Only for Love(Dance Mix)
  6. Only for Love (Dub Mix)
  7. Too Much Trouble (Lovers Heartbeat Mix)
  8. Too Much Trouble (7" Version)
  9. Tar Beach (the City Blues Mix)
  10. L'histoire Sans Fin
  11. Ivory Tower (B-Side to 12" Never Ending Story)
  12. Your Love (12" Master)
  13. Heartbeat (Demo)
  14. Then Suddenly (Demo)
  15. Heart of Gold (Demo)

Product Description

Product Description

This definitive package also contains extended mixes of the other singles from the album Only For Love, Too Much Trouble and Tar Beach as well as all the B-sides, more archive rarities and three previously unreleased demos from Limahl himself! One unmissable highlight is the French language version of Never Ending Story called LHistoire Sans Fin. Incredibly, Dont Suppose was the launch pad for the now celebrated record producer Tim Palmer who went on to work with such stellar talents as Pearl Jam, Robert Plant, David Bowies Tin Machine, Tears For Fears and The House Of Love. The other production collaborator on Limahls debut solo album was De Harris, then from the critically acclaimed new romantic band Fashion. This deluxe edition includes a richly illustrated 36 page CD booklet with an introduction from Limahl, an extended question and answer piece and the most comprehensive biography / career overview to date.

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This is an album I owned on vinyl back in the 80's (and still do) and have been waiting for a CD release for many years. There was a release on the Gold Legion label which is an excellent remaster but had a glitch on "Oh Girl". As fans we look for the perfect release & with anything connected to the Cherry Red label you are almost certain of that. So to find a brand new 2CD release last year was a very exciting prospect.
To my dismay it is the exact same remastered version that appeared on Gold Legion, so the glitch in "Oh Girl" remains. This sort of thing really winds me up. It's a minor issue, but an issue all the same. It's a real pity the mistake could not be corrected for this release.
Apart from this the bonus tracks are brilliant & plentiful, the packaging superb & there is an interview with Limahl within the booklet notes.
Another very minor gripe (me being very petty here) is that there are 3 demo's on disc 2 that were recorded after this album. Firstly it's great to hear them & to have them, but I personally would have kept them for a remastered reissue of the "Colour All My Days" album. That would have left room to fit a couple more tracks from singles that are missing.
Anyone that purchases the Kajagoogoo/Limahl 5 album box collection will notice that both the Limahl albums are not remastered, but there is no glitch on "Oh Girl".
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Format: Vinyl
OK, first of all, I am making the assumption that as you are reading this review, you are either a fan of Limahl, a fan of Kajagoogoo, or have an interest in 1980's artists. I'm also guessing that you are the proud owner of a turntable! To EMI's shame, this album has never been issued on Compact Disc, although shop around the cheapie compilation CD's to make up a home burned CD yourself (as I have done) - all but one of the tracks can be bought on other CD's. Anyway, on with my review..... In my humble opinion, Limahl and indeed this album have been very badly treated over the years. The guy has a great voice, and on "Don't Suppose" is given/has written (on the whole) material worthy of his talents. Don't be taken in by the not particularly spectacular start. In my opinion, the opening 3 tracks are the weakest on the collection and may leave you swimming in a sea of blandness. It's when "Too Much Trouble" kicks in that the album takes it all up a gear. It's all good solid quality pop music from this point on, as the songs (in my opinion) get catchier, the vocal performances become stronger, and the production begins to sound less dated to a 2008 audience. This momentum is maintained as we hear "Never Ending Story", "Only For Love", the particularly good "I Was a Fool" and the haunting "The Waiting Game". Tar Beach dips a little before the final song "Oh Girl" rounds off the album nicely. This album didn't sell particularly well back in 1984 despite producing a couple of hit singles, and should be ripe for CD re-issue by EMI if they had any sense - particularly with the Kajagoogoo reunion in full swing right now. The bottom line is - "Don't Suppose" is an overlooked gem from the 1980's - dare I say a classic collection of 80's pop.Read more ›
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Format: Audio CD
Brilliant!
Aurally creative, sparkling lyrics, and this album is an album that shows how the then technology and very fine production values married to great and powerful singing, had dramatically Changed for the better, the face of how we listened too, and heard music, was at a major turning point (some would largely disagree) 1984 was a bench mark year for polish and style.
This cd album is worth it!, Limahl gets a hard time from those who havnt really listened, it is unfair considering he is a genuinely good and great singer, and this has stood the test of time brilliantly. I dont know why this album charted lowly in late 84' it has it all and more! It is having a revival now, and it seems better appreciated now, thankfully.

I've just bought the new collectors edition, and it is very very good!
And it has lovely notes and pics in there and extra versions, the move in close 12 of 'only for love' would have been a bonus, but still it is really worth having is this.
Buy it, you'll love the shiny dance pop experience.
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Format: Vinyl
OK, first of all, I am making the assumption that as you are reading this review, you are either a fan of Limahl, a fan of Kajagoogoo, or have an interest in 1980's artists. I'm also guessing that you are the proud owner of a turntable! To EMI's shame, this album has never been issued on Compact Disc, although shop around the cheapie compilation CD's to make up a home burned CD yourself (as I have done) - all but one of the tracks can be bought on other CD's. Anyway, on with my review..... In my humble opinion, Limahl and indeed this album have been very badly treated over the years. The guy has a great voice, and on "Don't Suppose" is given/has written (on the whole) material worthy of his talents. Don't be taken in by the not particularly spectacular start. In my opinion, the opening 3 tracks are the weakest on the collection and may leave you swimming in a sea of blandness. It's when "Too Much Trouble" kicks in that the album takes it all up a gear. It's all good solid quality pop music from this point on, as the songs (in my opinion) get catchier, the vocal performances become stronger, and the production begins to sound less dated to a 2008 audience. This momentum is maintained as we hear "Never Ending Story", "Only For Love", the particularly good "I Was a Fool" and the haunting "The Waiting Game". Tar Beach dips a little before the final song "Oh Girl" rounds off the album nicely. This album didn't sell particularly well back in 1984 despite producing a couple of hit singles, and should be ripe for CD re-issue by EMI if they had any sense - particularly with the Kajagoogoo reunion in full swing right now. The bottom line is - "Don't Suppose" is an overlooked gem from the 1980's - dare I say a classic collection of 80's pop.Read more ›
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