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on 23 October 2013
Bought this album primarily because I've long loved and fondly reminisced about two songs from my youth - 'Dance Hall Days' and 'Everybody Have Fun Tonight' - I wasn't expecting much from the rest of the album to be honest - what a surprise - I love it!!!
Played on repeat a couple of times there isn't a track I don't like and I now realise that I've heard and liked several other of their tracks before - mostly from movies - just hadn't realised that they were by Wang Chung. Particularly like the much later 'Space Junk' - such a pity that they never released more - this is a great album and they were a great band of the 80's that deserved greater success and recognition in the UK.
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VINE VOICEon 20 October 2009
This lot announced themselves with the classy 'Dance Hall Days' in the mid eighties. I reckon if they'd been around in the late seventies they would have sounded a lot better, as they had more in common with the likes of The Cars than their synth-oriented contemporaries. The first three tracks on this compilation are their best known and all are worth having. Unfortunately the coming of the digital age was a blight on many bands and the lesser compositions on here are bland and plastic. The beaty 'Wait' and 'Let's Go!' both have merit, but the rest is at best average. A decent CD as long as you can get it cheap.
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on 5 May 2006
Listening to this album takes my back 20 years, to my youth and to the music that made me turn up the stereo and annoy my parents. You may never have heard of Wang Chung but if you liked mid-eighties soft rock and the then music of Bryan Adams, Bon Jovi, Europe etc. you may like to give this a go.
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on 4 October 2015
A good re-master featuring their hits, earlier & later. A great band, a little bit different from the norm. Recommended!
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on 31 December 2015
Product as described.
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on 24 July 2014
brought back some brilliant memories from the '80's. Can recommend!
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on 14 April 2017
Brilliant album love this group
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on 3 September 2016
Great!
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on 8 July 2014
Good nostalgic stuff. I bought it for Dance Hall Days and Everybody Have Fun Tonight. It was great to hear them again. However, the rest of the tracks are mostly forgettable.
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