The 80S Box set
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The 80s is a sensational 4CD of music from the decade where music became so iconic, that people still love it today!! The 80s is an album that focuses more on pop and includes amazing tracks from the likes of Duran Duran, Simple Minds, ABC and Wet Wet Wet
Top Customer Reviews
Another dire sounding track is the opener, 'The Reflex' by Duran Duran. It always was a 'busy' song but now it sounds as if the sound fades in and out in a desperate attempt to make the thing work. It reminds me of the 70's technique of 'phasing' which was used to deliberately distort the vocal. I suppose what it boils down to is how much about the original 7" versions of these songs you remember? I was after all a D.J. at the time and so have heard these songs hundreds of times over.Read more ›
We sat and listened, laughed, connected memories came flooding through, many nights were remembered.
Buy this just to treasure all the Music and Lifestyle Memory Banks.
In many cases, the filler tracks are from bands, who had many better hits than the one that was included. I have never understood this.
Would it matter if there was more than one track from the same act ?
For some the 80s was a gold mine of material for an album like this. So, plenty to like about this, but certainly not as good as it could, or should, of been.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Brilliant . All the songs you remember and ones you had forgottenPublished 3 months ago by Beechfield