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  • Audio CD (7 Nov. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Box set, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Bmg TV Projects
  • ASIN: B000BM7U0K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,332 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Rick Astley – Never Gonna Give You Up
  2. Bananarama – Venus
  3. Dead or Alive - You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)
  4. Kylie Minogue - I Should Be So Lucky
  5. Mel & Kim - Respectable
  6. Jason Donovan - Too Many Broken Hearts
  7. Hazell Dean - Who's Leaving Who
  8. Sinitta - Toy Boy
  9. Big Fun - Blame It On The Boogie
  10. Donna Summer - This Time I Know It's For Real
  11. Lonnie Gordon – Happenin’ All Over Again
  12. Brother Beyond - The Harder I Try
  13. Sonia - You'll Never Stop Me Loving You
  14. The Reynolds Girls - I’d Rather Jack
  15. Samantha Fox - Nothing's Gonna Stop Me Now
  16. Cliff Richard - I Just Don't Have The Heart
  17. Princess - Say I’m Your Number One
  18. Stock Aitken Waterman – Roadblock
  19. Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan - Especially For You

Disc: 2

  1. Kylie Minogue - Better The Devil You Know
  2. Bananarama - Love In The First Degree
  3. Rick Astley - Together Forever
  4. Sinitta - Cross My Broken Heart
  5. Mel & Kim - Showing Out (Get Fresh At The Weekend)
  6. Divine – You Think You’re A Man
  7. Hazell Dean - Whatever I Do (Wherever I Go)
  8. Jason Donovan - When You Come Back To Me
  9. Donna Summer - I Don't Wanna Get Hurt
  10. Dead Or Alive - Lover Come Back (To Me)
  11. Brother Beyond – He Ain’t No Competition
  12. Sonia – Listen To Your Heart
  13. Big Fun - Can't Shake The Feeling
  14. Pat & Mick - I Haven’t Stopped Dancing Yet
  15. Kylie Minogue - Turn It Into Love
  16. Boy Krazy – That’s What Love Can Do
  17. Ferry Aid (Zeebrugge) - Various Artists - Let It Be
  18. Hillsborough - Various Artists - Ferry Cross The Mersey
  19. Mandy Smith – Got To Be Certain (Bonus Track)

Disc: 3

  1. Dead Or Alive - You Spin Me Round (Like A Record) (Murder Mix)
  2. Kylie Minogue – Better The Devil You Know (The Mad March Hare Mix)
  3. Rick Astley – Never Gonna Give You Up (Escape From New York Mix)
  4. Divine – You Think You’re A Man (Remix)
  5. The Reynolds Girls – I’d Rather Jack (Extended Mix)
  6. Stock Aitken Waterman – Roadblock (Rare Groove Mix)
  7. Princess – Say I’m Your Number One (12” Version)
  8. Mandy Smith - I Just Can’t Wait (Mandy’s Theme) (The Cool And Breezy Jazz Mix)
  9. Lonnie Gordon – Beyond Your Wildest Dreams (12” Version)
  10. Pwlradio Megamix 2005 – Mixed by Lloyd PWL Radio Station Architect Davis for PWL

Product Description

Approx 50 track definitive collection of the very best of Stock Aitken and Waterman’s collective careers with 2 CDs of their biggest hits and some previously unreleased and highly collectable rarities on CD3.

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Following the massive Live Aid concert in 1985, British pop arguably lost it's way. The charts were full of old men like Phil Collins and Dire Straits. Something new was needed; something that teens could relate to. Something to save pop from itself. Enter writers and producers Matt Stock, Mike Aitken and Pete Waterman. Together these three would dominate the UK charts until the end of the decade, selling millions of records, and creating what they called `the sound of a bright young Britain'.
Stock, Aitken & Waterman (or SAW as I shall now refer to them) scored initial hits with the likes of Hazell Dean, Sinitta, Divine and Dead Or Alive, along with reviving Bananarama's career. But they really began to hit the big time in 1987 with the arrival of Rick Astley, and Mel & Kim who's first three singles (two of which are included on this set) are prime examples of SAW's best work.
The trio also got one over on the more snobbish club DJ's with the excellent 70's funk pastiche "Roadblock", and who can forget the brilliant "I'd Rather Jack" by the Reynolds Girls. Only a one-hit wonder, but what a hit!
1988 saw Kylie Minogue join the Hit Factory (as SAW's set-up was known) with the mighty "I Should Be So Lucky, a slice of pure pop genius which signalled the start of an extraordinary run of hits for the Kylster. She was later joined by her `Neighbours' co-star Jason Donovan, whilst rubbish groups like Brother Beyond and Big Fun saw some of the SAW magic rub off on them. They also worked with Cliff Richard, Donna Summer and even the much maligned Sigue Sigue Sputnik. There were also a number of charity records for a variety of causes. But 1988 also saw SAW begin to sow the seeds of their own destruction.
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Ignore the review below. There were many mixes of the Princess track and this compilation clearly says that it includes the 12" version of the track, so if your wild imagination lets you think you're getting something else, that's really your own stupidity and not something to downgrade a great compilation for. This compilation includes many tracks long out of print and some that have never appeared on CD before, such as Mandy Smith's version of "Got To Be Certain" (an early hit for Kylie Minogue). Also included are tracks that are virtually impossible to obtain on CD without paying high collector's prices, such as the extended mixes of the Mandy Smith and Reynolds Girls tracks, or any of the Sinitta and Sonia titles (original albums are long out of print). The Cliff Richard track is the radio version, which was never included on the original CD single (it only included the 12" mix). Also of note is the inclusion of the Pat & Mick track (virtually impossible to find on CD elsewhere) and the Rick Astley remix of "Never Gonna Give You Up" which was the B-Side remix from the limited edition 12". So, all in all, a superb value compilation. Can't wait for volume 2!
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my son was over the moon as he thougt i was bying him a single album but he got more than he expected so he is a happy bunney
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This is a fantastic collection of SAW hits and the sound quality is notably excellent throughout all three discs. Likewise the music quality never flags, every song here is enjoyable and catchy. Some of these songs are very familiar, if not over-familiar eg I should be so lucky, but in the context of this album they still sound as fresh as the day of release. Great to have some of the less familiar material here, such as Divine, Big Fun, Reynolds Girls, Mandy Smith, Princess, Lonnie Gordon. I've grown to love "Say I'm Your Number One" by Princess since owning this album, and "Happy All Over Again" which weren't favourites when they were originally released. Also good to hear Mandy Smith's breathy original version of Kylie's "Got to be certain".

I'm surprised how easy this collection is to listen to as hit follows hit over the first two CDs; it never annoys or grates, as one delicious confection follows the last. SAW have always had a lot of flack, but their talent for writing a catchy pop/dance song is unquestionable, as is their ability to adapt their relentlessly commercial pop style to different music styles, as on "Say I'm your number one" and "Ferry Cross the Mersey".

Its probably the final CD which makes this collection really outstanding, as rare extended versions of songs heard earlier are given space to shine.
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All those cheesy 80s pop bands/singers you love to hate are on this 3 disc box set. However there are some classics from Rick Astley (Never Gonna Give You Up) and Dead or Alive (You Spin Me) along with some rarer stuff like Lover Come Back also from Dead or Alive. The 3rd disc contains even rarer 12inch/remixes of 10 of the tracks.

There are quite a few tracks you won't want to hear again which I won't list but I'm sure you'll know which ones (special mention to Pat and Mick!!!)Plus some artists I was surprised had SAW productions (Cliff Richard.)

Recommended for those that like there 80s pop cheesy with a smattering of classics.
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This double CD album contains many of the greatest, well known hit singles of Stock Aitken and Waterman. It also has a third CD with some excellent mixes on.
The music of Mike Stock, Matt Aitken and Pete Waterman has brought enjoyment to many people and still does today. They are masters of the perfect pop record.
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