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Ten Good Reasons (Deluxe 2CD Edition) Double CD

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  • Audio CD (6 Sept. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Double CD
  • Label: Edsel
  • ASIN: B003UYTX7Y
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 77,260 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Too Many Broken Hearts #1, 1989
  2. Nothing Can Divide Us #5, 1988
  3. Every Day (I Love You More) #2, 1989
  4. You Can Depend On Me
  5. Time Heals
  6. Sealed With A Kiss #1, 1989
  7. Question Of Pride
  8. If I Don't Have You
  9. Change Your Mind
  10. Too Late To Say Goodbye
  11. Especially For You [Kylie & Jason] #1, 1988BONUS TRACKS:
  12. All I Wanna Do Is Make You Mine - [Kylie & Jason]
  13. Wrap My Arms Around You
  14. I Guess She Never Loved Me
  15. Just Call Me Up
  16. Nothing Can Divide Us [Extended Version]
  17. Too Many Broken Hearts [Extended Version]
  18. Every Day (I Love You More) [Extended Version]
  19. Especially For You [Extended Version] - [Kylie & Jason]
  20. Sealed With A Kiss [Extended Version]

Disc: 2

  1. Especially For You [Original 7" Mix] - [Kylie & Jason]
  2. Too Many Broken Hearts [US 7" Mix]
  3. Every Day (I Love You More) [7" Mix]
  4. You Can Depend On Me [Original Mix]
  5. Nothing Can Divide Us [Great Scott, It's The Remix]
  6. Too Many Broken Hearts [Urban Mix]
  7. All I Wanna Do Is Make You Mine [Extended Version] - [Kylie & Jason]
  8. Especially For You [Original 12" Mix] - [Kylie & Jason]
  9. Just Call Me Up [Extended Version]
  10. Too Many Broken Hearts [Techno Mix]
  11. Nothing Can Divide Us [Dub]
  12. Too Many Broken Hearts [Dub]
  13. Nothing Can Divide Us - [7" Instrumental]
  14. Especially For You [Instrumental]
  15. Too Many Broken Hearts [7"] Instrumental]
  16. Sealed With A Kiss [Instrumental]
  17. Every Day (I Love You More) [7"] Instrumental]

Product Description

Product Description

* Described by the Guinness Book Of Hit Singles as "the top teen idol of the late 1980s", Jason Donovan was signed to the Stock Aitken Waterman production team and Pete Waterman's label PWL in the wake of the huge succes of fellow "Neighbours" star Kylie Minogue.

* First single "Nothing Can Divide Us" reached # 5, but the next single was Kylie and Jason's duet "Especially For You" which hit #1 in January 1989, as did Jason's next singles "Too Many Broken Hearts" and "Sealed With A Kiss". Released in May, debut album "Ten Good Reasons" stormed to the number 1 spot, and was the UK's best-selling album of 1989.

* This Deluxe 2 CD Edition contains the original eleven-track album, as well as an amazing 26 bonus tracks! Gathered together for the first time ever by PWL consultant Tom Parker, there are non-album b-sides, extended 12" versions, techno mixes, dub mixes, and
instrumentals, several of which have only ever been available as downloads. All this adds up to over 155 minutes of Jason Donovan!

* The booklet features full annotation by Tom Parker as well as the lyrics and the singles sleeves.

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Format: Audio CD
This Edsel compilation is nothing short of fantastic. Every Jason Donovan mix and rarity from the time is available on this and the album's successor, 1990's 'Between The Lines'. The packaging is lovely featuring lyrics, picture sleeves and an excellent essay to boot. It's a nigh on perfect release and of course is remastered so it sounds great too.

Have to admit, though, as I was coming to the end of Disc 2, I became a little Jasoned out! How many of these remixes I'll play again is open to debate, but they are there, that's the thing.

Congratulations to Edsel, who did such a good job on the recent Rick Astley albums, for this great product at such a decent price.
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being a huge fan back in the day,i thought i would buy this collection for a trip down memory lane.making hit music is what S/A/W did so well for nearly a decade,and this cd is no exception.featured are the b sides to all his top 5 singles from the album,as well as the 12" remixes.though a few get a bit boring after a while,most are classic pop.mr donovan may have lost his way in life,but this album shows why he was pop royalty back then.so,take a trip down memory lane and buy a copy to replace your vinyl/casette...and before long,you'll be singing away to "too many broken hearts,"everyday"and,of course,"especially for you" wishing you were kylie!!
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Once again EDSEL open the pandora box and made a great deluxe edition of this classic album from the late 80's
a must have for all the PWL sound fans.
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It was with a little trepidation when I saw this re-issue was under Edsel records. The Rick Astley re-issues sounded ok but not out of this world. Therefore, i was certainly amazed when I heard this CD and Between The Lines and was blown away by its sound quality. The sound was clear, crisp and had much more punch.

Nothing more can be said about the quality of the songs here. It was a # 1 album after all. Even the non-single tracks are good, i.e. You Can Depend on Me, Question of Pride, etc.

If you are a SAW fan, you'll love this. All the remixes, extended version, instrumentals are here. This is how a re-issue should be done - other record companies should take note.
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What is the point of this release? It's simply disc 1 of the incredible Edsel re-issue, repackaged into a new release.
I know he has the "Ten Good Reasons" show coming up, so this is a cheap and crappy cash in. People, if you want this brilliant album buy the 2010 re-issue.
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Typical of many modern remastering, this Deluxe Edition suffers from a limited dynamic range. A letdown, considering the clear, crisp audio can be made even more appealing if only Tom Parker (the mastering engineer) chose to combine the superiority of modern transfer & mastering equipment while retaining the wide dynamic range that's prevalent in late 1980s recording.

The limited dynamic range is also evident in the other Tom Parker mastered PWL reissues, including the Japan-market Kylie Minogue's debut CD, and also Enjoy Yourself, released in 2012.

The original 1980s Enjoy Yourself CD may sound softer when played at the same volume, but when listened at a higher volume, the wider & more natural dynamic range makes listening more enjoyable. Bass sounds punchier, deeper & more natural, despite the overall audio quality lacks the crispness & clarity of modern remasters.

I hope that Tom Parker & other current mastering engineers would consider remastering future titles while retaining the dynamic range of the original master tapes.

It's a pity that many excellent modern reissues such as this comprehensive Deluxe Edition is marred by the loudness war.

Comparatively, the Rick Astley's Deluxe Edition of Whenever You Need Somebody, and Hold Me In Your Arms has a better dynamic range, mastered by a different engineer, Phil Kinrade.
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This is Stock, Aitken, and Waterman at the very height of their powers. This release contains plenty of extended versions, instrumentals, and remixes, although not all the hits have them. My highlights are the key-changing intro to the extended mix of Too Many Broken Hearts, and the instrumental of Nothing Can Divide Us.
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This review is for: Ten Good Reasons (Deluxe 2CD Edition)
The original issue of this album was 11 tracks, so here we get an incredible 26 bonus tracks! To be able to track down all the released mixes on CD singles would cost a fortune now and many of these bonus tracks were issued on vinyl only or were previously unreleased tracks anyway. So to be able to get all of this in a comprehensive collection deserves five stars. Usually I find something missing or something to gripe about, because I'm thorough and just a bit fussy. True to form I did find something, the Party Hardy mix of "Too Many Broken Hearts" is not here. This is most likely to be because it includes a snippet of Pat & Mick's "I Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet" in the middle and would sound very out of place here (I would have left it off too). It has since been released on the limited edition 3CD edition of "Pete Waterman presents The Hit Factory" Pete Waterman Presents The Hit Factory and fits much better on a various artist compilation, so that was the right decision. What we actually have here is every possible mix you can think of from this album and is therefore an archive of everything, rather than a double CD you would listen to from start to finish. The mastering is superb and one thing that was particularly pleasing was to see that "I Guess She Never Loved Me" (the B-Side to "Every Day") is complete. On the CD single of "Every Day" the intro is clipped. It is that attention to detail I appreciate greatly.
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