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Produced By Trevor Horn


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  • Audio CD (22 Nov 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Ztt
  • ASIN: B0006FMKI4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,761 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Buggles – Video Killed The Radio Star
2. ABC – Poison Arrow
3. Frankie Goes to Hollywood – Relax
4. LeAnn Rimes – Can’t Fight The Moonlight
5. Pet Shop Boys – Left To My Own Devices
6. Dollar – Give Me Back My Heart
7. Seal – Crazy
8. Lisa Stansfield – Say It To Me Now
9. Shane MacGowan – You’re The One
10. Godley and Crème – Cry
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Disc: 2
1. Yes – Owner Of A Lonely Heart
2. Art Of Noise – Beat Box (Diversion)
3. Frankie Goes To Hollywood – Two Tribes (Hibakusha Mix)
4. ABC – Look Of Love (Parts One & Two)
5. Pet Shop Boys – It’s Alright (10” Version)
6. Grace Jones – Slave To The Rhythm
7. Art Of Noise – Moments In Love
8. Frankie Goes To Hollywood – The Power Of Love
9. Simple Minds – Belfast Child
10. Seal – Loneliest Star
See all 13 tracks on this disc

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on 11 Jan 2011
Format: Audio CD
TREVOR HORN is one of only a small handful of record producers who shouldn't feel awkward at being described as a genius. With a legacy in sound creation that has stretched beyond a generation - but which defined one decade in particular, the 80s - he has been responsible for a significant number of brilliantly executed songs; unforgettable in the way that so many other comparible, but lesser, efforts weren't.

There are songs on this excellent 2cd collection that do to some extent, although not entirely, rely on a person's musical tastes. For example, DOLLAR were not exactly high on my appreciation index in 1981-2 but I can still honestly say that their 'sound', under Horn's auspices, was a considerable leap ahead of the typical fodder of the day. And any man who could make a SPANDAU BALLET song (the idiotically coined 'Instinction') attractive enough for this reviewer to purchase in 1981 must have had at least one toe, or lobe, dipped firmly in the cosmic talent pool. Yes, taste does play a part.

But what about the songs that transcend such things and are simply classics in their own right? It's true you have to start off with a good piece of music, but Horn was a trained musician himself and worked very hard to refine his 'craft' over a number of years (in fact, one of his former writing partners, the criminally underrated BRUCE WOOLLEY, has some fascinating insights of the early days in the sleevenotes to his excellent 1979 Camera Club album re-issue, see review).

VIDEO KILLED THE RADIO STAR is, of course, the one we've all heard before which bears many of the trademark techniques (wide, spatial soundscape, heavy synthesizers, multi-tracked vocals) he would would later develop and augment, most noticeably in the brilliant RELAX by FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By H Summers on 30 Mar 2013
Format: Audio CD
An excellent compilation, gathering all the classic Horn productions in one place for the first time. The accompanying booklet is invaluable too, chronicling TH's memories and views on each track. His signature style emerged bombastically from the speakers, but what strikes you as you hear them all again is the sense of humour and lack of pretension. He was our Phil Spector - minus, thankfully, the hair and guns!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Captain Pugwash on 17 May 2009
Format: Audio CD
Despite being mainly synonymous with Frankie Goes to Hollywood's mega-hits, TH's production runs through the Eighties like writing through a stick of rock. From Pet Shop Boys to Spandau Ballet; from Buggles (his own vanity project) to Simple Minds; Horn's big sounds and bigger spectacles are well showcased on this double album. There are a few misses - Leann Rimes for one - but that aside this is an upbeat and uplifting collection of pop classics. Long live the Horn.
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For me, Trevor Horn is synonymous with perfection and this is sheer perfection. All the tracks have that stamp of class written all over them. He is not a one-trick pony - he knows how to turn out classics, as Grave Jones's "Slave To The Rhythm" demonstrates. I absolutely adore it, together with the Art Of Noise tracks, particularly "Il Pleure" and "Moments In Love", which are just gorgeous.

We all know about his relationship with Frankie goes To Hollywood and the Art Of Noise There is also the odd surprise - I didn't know he had produced Propaganda, Dollar and tATu until I bought this compilation.

There's not a duff track on this compilation, although I understand there are other people more in the know who will say that there are one or two other tracks which are conspicuous by their absence. I have no such qualms. The two Buggles albums were always very special and the two tracks here (only two, when there could have been more!) are just fabulous.

I have just one tiny grip. The Shane McGowan track, "You're The One" very heavily feature Maire Brennan (of Clannad) and I would have liked have seen her get some kind of mention in the notes. She has a wonderful voice and is the antidote to Shane McGowan's gravelly voice. If that's all I have to worry about, then I'm a very happy man.

It's a brilliant compilation - and a thoroughly deserved bit of recognition.
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