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Only The Lonely (Re-Recorded Version)
I Ran (So Far Away) - Greatest Hits (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
A Flock Of Seagulls
I Want Candy
Bow Wow Wow
Der Kommissar (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
After The Fire
One Thing Leads To Another
I Eat Cannibals (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
Send Me An Angel (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)
Dead Or Alive
Greatest Hits, Remixes & More
Gene Loves Jezebel
The Look Of Love
Situations - The Very Best Of
Dancing In Heaven (as made famous by Q-Feel)
Tainted Love - the Remixes
Memorabilia – The Singles is a compilation album featuring songs by the British singer/songwriter Marc Almond as a solo artist and with his partner Dave Ball as the synthpop duo Soft Cell. The album is a compilation for both Almond and Soft Cell, it was released in 1991 and reached number eight on the UK Albums Chart. Memorabilia – The Singles was promoted by the singles "Say Hello, Wave Goodbye '91" and "Tainted Love '91.
The majority of the Soft Cell singles on this compilation are not the original versions, and have new re-recorded vocals and some new musical recordings and remixing, with the exception of Torch and Soul Inside.
The version of Soul Inside is unique to this recording, as is Tears Run Rings, which is an edited version of the Justin Strauss remix.
The compilation was assembled by Stevo from Some Bizarre. Whilst almost every Soft Cell single was included in the package, the compilers opted to overlook all of Almond's solo and Mambas work up to 1988 except for his 1985 collaboration with Bronski Beat.
Receiving positive reviews the compilation was originally released as an LP, CD, Cassette and VHS video in May 1991. The compilation has since not been reissued.
The Lost 80,S Set
Boys Dont Cry
Puttin' On The Ritz (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
Fascinated (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
Working For The Weekend (Live)
Salt In My Tears
20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of Wang Chung
Let The Music Play (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
Lost Hits Of The 80's
Your Love (Made Famous by The Outfield)
Naughty, Naughty (Re-Recorded)
The Greatest Hits
Greatest Hits is a compilation album by British pop band Thompson Twins, released in 1996 on the Arista Records label.
It is the group's first compilation of singles, the remix collection Greatest Mixes having already been released in 1988, mainly promoted by the remix "In the Name of Love '88."
Greatest Hits includes all of Thompson Twins' singles from 1982 to 1987, omitting earlier minor tracks from their UK debut album, A Product of ..., and the later single "Sugar Daddy," the last mainstream hit they had in the U.S., taken from their unsuccessful 1989 album Big Trash. Though Thompson Twins' previous album, 1987's Close to the Bone, was also a flop, both singles taken from it–"Get That Love" and "Long Goodbye"–are included here.
Thompson Twins' first singles collection chronologically compiles songs by the band's three different lineups.
Thompson Twins released one more unsuccessful album after the span of time covered on this compilation. 1991's Queer generated two more singles: "Come Inside" and "The Saint."
Things Can Only Get Better [2018 Remaster]
The Glamorous Life (Re-Recorded)
Wouldn't It Be Good
Love Will Tear Us Apart
Walkin' On Sunshine (Re-Recorded Versions)
The Roof Is On Fire (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
Rock Master Scott & The Dynamic Three
Greatest is a 1990 compilation album by the rock group The Go-Go's from California, United States. The record, which represents the first best-of album by the Go-Go's, includes most of the hits and stand-out tracks from the band's first three studio albums, 1981 Beauty and the Beat, 1982 Vacation, and 1984 Talk Show, only omitting three minor hit singles, "He's So Strange," "This Old Feeling" and "Yes or No".
The collection does not include any new songs, except for a re-recording of the 1960s cover version of "Cool Jerk", which was also released as the one single from the compilation, reaching #60 in the UK Singles Chart, in 1991, this way becoming the second Go-Go's song to ever enter the British charts.
Mary's Boy Child / Oh My Lord
Back To Back Hits
The Singles 81-85
Break My Stride (as made famous by Matthew Wilder)
The Psychedelic Furs
Funky Cold Medina (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
Is She Really Going Out With Him (Live)
What You Need
Maniac (Flashdance Version) (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
Every Time You Go Away (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
The Power Station
The Power Station
The Power Station is the debut album by the supergroup The Power Station, released in 1985 on Capitol Records. The album peaked at no. 6 on the US Billboard 200 and no. 12 on the UK Albums Chart. All three singles released from the album were Top 40 hits in the United States. An anniversary edition was released 21 February 2005, featuring 7 bonus tracks, as well as a 35-minute DVD.
The Best Of General Public
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