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In The Garden
In the Garden is the debut studio album by the British new wave duo Eurythmics. It was released on 16 October 1981 by RCA Records.
It was co-produced with 'krautrock' producer Conny Plank, at his studio in Cologne, and featured numerous guest musicians including Blondie drummer Clem Burke, Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft drummer Robert Görl, and Can duo Holger Czukay and Jaki Liebezeit. Plank had previously worked with the duo whilst they were in their previous band The Tourists.
Two singles were released from the album in the UK, "Never Gonna Cry Again" and "Belinda". Neither the album nor the singles achieved much commercial success, although "Never Gonna Cry Again" charted at #63 in the UK singles chart.
On 14 November 2005, RCA repackaged and released Eurythmics' back catalogue as "2005 Deluxe Edition Reissues". The re-issue of In the Garden added the B-sides from the album's two singles, plus three tracks recorded live on the accompanying tour.
Baby I'm Real
Kid Creole & The Coconuts
Raw Like Sushi
Raw Like Sushi is the debut album by Swedish musician Neneh Cherry, released 5 June 1989 on Virgin Records. The album is best known for featuring the worldwide hit single "Buffalo Stance".
Vol. II: 1990 - A New Decade
Soul II Soul
Vol. II: 1990 – A New Decade is a 1990 album by Soul II Soul. The album reached No. 1 in the UK in May 1990, and contained three UK hits, "Get a Life", which reached No. 3, "A Dream's A Dream", which made No. 6, and "Missing You", which reached No. 22.
The album was recorded following the departure of Caron Wheeler who did not perform on the record. Guest performers included singers Kym Mazelle, Lamya, Marcia Lewis, and Victoria Wilson-James, saxophonist Courtney Pine and legendary New York hip-hop scenester Fab 5 Freddy.
The Red Shoes
The Red Shoes is the seventh studio album by English musician Kate Bush. Released on 2 November 1993, it was accompanied by Bush's short film, The Line, the Cross and the Curve, and was her last album before a 12-year hiatus. The album peaked at number two on the UK Albums Chart and has been certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry, denoting shipments in excess of 300,000 copies. In the United States, the album reached number 28 on the Billboard 200, her highest-peaking album on the chart to date.
Reload! Frankie: The Whole 12 Inches
Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Reload! Frankie: The Whole 12 Inches is a remix album by Frankie Goes to Hollywood. It was released by ZTT Records in 1994 as a complementary album to Bang!... The Greatest Hits of Frankie Goes to Hollywood.
Reload! contains classic and new mixes of 5 Frankie Goes To Hollywood singles. Many of these mixes were also released on the Twelve Inches collection.
Chic is the self-titled debut album by Chic, released on Atlantic Records in 1977. The cover art featured two models, Valentine Monnier and Alva Chinn, uncredited in a photograph taken by Frank Laffitte.
Penthouse And Pavement
Penthouse and Pavement is the debut studio album by the English synthpop band Heaven 17. It was originally released in September 1981, on the label Virgin.
" Fascist Groove Thang" was released as a single, but did not achieve chart success partly due to a ban by the BBC. The album sold reasonably well, but was not a great commercial success on release. It has since been regarded as "an important outing", is included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die, and was re-released in 2010 in a three-disc special edition. The title track was included on the soundtrack of the 1993 erotic thriller film Sliver.
The Age of Consent
The Age of Consent is the debut album by synthpop band Bronski Beat, released on London Records on 15 October 1984. This was the only album released by the band to feature Somerville, who departed the band in 1985.
Cupid & Psyche 85
Cupid & Psyche 85 is the second album by British/American pop group Scritti Politti, released in the UK on Virgin Records on 10 June 1985. The release continued frontman Green Gartside's embrace of commercial pop music stylings and state-of-the-art studio production, while its lyrics reflect his preoccupation with issues of language and politics.
It remains the band's most successful album, reaching number five in the UK, and was certified gold by the BPI for 100,000 copies sold. The album contained five singles, three of which were top 20 hits in the UK. The single "Perfect Way" became a surprise hit in the US, reaching number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 in a 25-week run on the chart.
Norma Jean Wright
Norma Jean is the debut, and only, solo studio album by American R&B singer Norma Jean Wright, released on Bearsville Records in 1978. The album was produced by Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers of the band Chic, and was the project directly following the band's successful self-titled debut album Chic, which featured Wright on vocals.
Norma Jean includes the singles "Saturday", a US R&B Top 20 hit in July 1978, "Having A Party" and "Sorcerer", and was followed by non-album single "High Society", also produced by the Chic team. Another track from the album, "I Like Love," was later sampled in Solitaire's 2004 single "I Like Love."
The album was reissued on CD with five bonus tracks by Sequel Records in 2000. The CD was soon out of print and commanded high prices on the collectors' market until reissued again in 2011 with the 7" versions of "Sorcerer" and "Having a Party" added.
The album's best-known original song is "Saturday", which besides being a club hit in its own right, has produced charting cover versions by East 57th St featuring Donna Allen, Joey Negro featuring Taka Boom and 100% featuring Jennifer John.
Love And Dancing
League Unlimited Orchestra
Fruit At The Bottom + bonus tracks
Wendy & Lisa
Fruit at the Bottom is the second album by the American music duo Wendy & Lisa, released in 1989. The album peaked at No. 119 on the US Billboard 200, No. 71 on the US R&B Albums chart and No. 45 on the UK Albums Chart.
Outside World is a 2002 compilation album by Propaganda. The album collects remixes, B-sides and extra tracks released on 7-inch and 12-inch records, cassette singles and white-label DJ vinyl pressings during the band's tenure on the ZTT label in 1984/85. It was released as a CD and as a CD with a bonus DVD containing promotional videos and TV commercials.
Boys And Girls
Boys and Girls is the sixth solo studio album by the English singer and songwriter Bryan Ferry, released in June 1985 by E.G. Records. The album was Ferry's first solo album in seven years and the first since he had disbanded his group Roxy Music in 1983. The album was Ferry's first and only number one solo album in the UK. It was certified Platinum by the British Phonographic Industry and contains two UK top 40 hit singles. It is also Ferry's most successful solo album in the US, having been certified Gold for sales in excess of half a million copies there.
The album contained the track "Slave to Love," which became one of Ferry's most popular solo hits. The single was released on 29 April 1985 and spent nine weeks in the UK charts in 1985, peaking at number 10, along with the other singles "Don't Stop the Dance" and "Windswept".
The guitar solo at the end of "Slave to Love" featured Neil Hubbard and the album featured other famous guitarists such as the Dire Straits guitarist Mark Knopfler, Pink Floyd's guitarist David Gilmour, Chic guitarist Nile Rodgers and Bryan Adams' guitarist Keith Scott.
All Systems Go
All Systems Go is the thirteenth studio album by Donna Summer. It was released on September 15, 1987; it would be her final release on Geffen Records, which had been Summer's label since 1980. There were two single released in the US, "Dinner with Gershwin" and "Only the Fool Survives". The title cut, "All Systems Go" was released as single in the UK.
Freeez Frame! - The Best Of Freeez
KooKoo is the debut solo album by American rock singer and actress Debbie Harry, released in 1981 on Chrysalis Records.
Paradise is the debut album by Detroit-based electronic music duo Inner City, released in 1989. The album was a great success in the UK and in US clubs, and was one of the first techno albums to cross over to the mainstream charts, particularly in Europe. Group member Kevin Saunderson is renowned as one of the originators the Detroit techno sound. The vocals on Paradise were performed by the group's other member, Paris Grey.
The album was retitled Big Fun for its US release, and the ballad "Power of Passion" was replaced with "Whatcha Gonna Do with My Lovin'" when that song became popular in the US. The original US pressing, however, contains the former.
A top-three success in the UK, Paradise spun off four top-twenty singles. The first four singles released from the album topped the US Hot Dance Club Play chart. A remix album featuring songs from Paradise was released in the UK later in 1989.
Night Dubbing is the third album by British soul/dance group Imagination, produced by Steve Jolley and Tony Swain and released in 1983. The album consists of dub remixes of tracks from Imagination's first two albums, Body Talk and In the Heat of the Night, and reached No 9 on the UK Albums chart.
All tracks from this album are available on the United Kingdom 2CD compilation set Just an Illusion: The Very Best of Imagination.
U Can Never B 2 Straight
U Can Never B2 Straight is a 2002 album by Boy George. The album includes acoustic songs from George's London play Taboo, new and previously unreleased songs, as well as selected songs taken from his albums Cheapness and Beauty and The Martyr Mantras, the latter from when George was part of the band Jesus Loves You.
Close To The Bone
Tom Tom Club
Close to the Bone is an album by the Tom Tom Club that was released in 1983. The Tom Tom Club's musicians were: Wally Badarou, Tyrone Downie, Chris Frantz, Roddy Frantz, Rupert Hine, Raymond Jones, Steve Scales, Steven Stanley, Alex Weir; and sisters Lani, Laura and Tina Weymouth. The album was released on compact disc for the first time on May 19, 2009, as a part of a two-CD deluxe package with the band's first album, Tom Tom Club, as part of Universal Music's deluxe editions series.
Cat People: Original Soundtrack
Neither Fish Nor Flesh a Soundtrack Of Love, Faith, Hope & Destruction
Terence Trent D'Arby
(Who's Afraid Of) The Art Of Noise?
Art of Noise
The Art of Noise is the debut full-length album by English avant-garde synth-pop group Art of Noise, released on 19 June 1984 on ZTT Records.
It features the UK hit singles "Close" which reached No. 8 in the UK chart in November 1984 and the double A-sided "Moments in Love"/"Beat Box", which made it to No. 51 during April 1985 in the UK.
The Studio Album Collection: 1978 - 1992
Non Stop Erotic Cabaret (Deluxe Edition)
Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret is the debut album by English synthpop duo Soft Cell, released in the United Kingdom on 27 November 1981 by Some Bizzare Records. The album's critical and commercial success was bolstered by the worldwide success of its single "Tainted Love", a cover version of a soul song by Gloria Jones, which topped charts worldwide and became the best-selling British single of 1981 in the United States—as a result of the single's success the album had reported advance orders of more than 200,000 copies. The album produced two more top five singles in the UK with "Bedsitter" and "Say Hello, Wave Goodbye".
Love Somebody Today
Love Somebody Today is the fourth studio album by the American R&B vocal group Sister Sledge, released on March 16, 1980 by Cotillion Records. The album includes three singles: "Got to Love Somebody", "Reach Your Peak", and "Let's Go on Vacation", which all charted on the US Pop and R&B/Soul charts from late 1979 until 1980.
12x12 Original Remixes is a remix album by Talk Talk released initially in 1999 and again in 2001 with a new cover and artwork as Remixed. It contains the same songs as disc 1 of the earlier album Asides Besides.
It is the band's third remix album, following It's My Mix from 1985 and the controversial History Revisited from 1991. The album cover is a collage of various images associated with the band's previous albums. It features the same style Talk Talk logo as on History Revisited, the hanging goose from Asides Besides, the butterfly "face" from The Colour of Spring, the canary from The Very Best of Talk Talk, the tree of birds from Spirit of Eden, as well as numerous other animal related images. Remixed, the 2001 edition, features more simple artwork of blue and orange circles on the cover.
Hoodoo (Deluxe Version)
Hoodoo is the third studio album by British singer-songwriter Alison Moyet. It was released in 1991, reached No. 11 in the UK and features the singles "It Won't Be Long", "Wishing You Were Here", "Hoodoo" and "This House".
Largely produced by Pete Glenister, the album includes contributions from Kirsty MacColl, Steve Lillywhite, Marius De Vries, and ex-Fine Young Cannibals Andy Cox and David Steele.
A deluxe edition of Hoodoo was released by BMG on 25 November 2016.
Visage is the debut studio album by the British new wave band Visage. It was recorded at Genetic Sound Studios in Reading, Berkshire and released on 10 November 1980 by Polydor Records.
So Natural is the third studio album by British singer Lisa Stansfield, released by Arista Records on 8 November 1993. Stansfield wrote songs for the album with her husband Ian Devaney, who also produced the tracks. Three songs were co-written by Andy Morris, who worked with Stansfield on Affection and Real Love. So Natural garnered positive reviews from music critics and performed moderately on the charts, reaching number six in the United Kingdom and receiving Platinum certification. It wasn't released in North America. So Natural was rereleased as a deluxe 2CD + DVD set in the United Kingdom on 10 November 2014 and in Europe on 21 November 2014.
NunSexMonkRock is the debut studio album by German singer Nina Hagen. It was released on June 12, 1982 by CBS Records.
NunSexMonkRock marked Hagen's first release since her departure from the Nina Hagen Band, and was also her first album with all songs performed in English.
Living For The Weekend
Diana (Deluxe Edition)
From Diana Ross' reign as the queen of The Supremes to her later career as a solo pop star, she was not known as an album artist. Her biggest hit, 1980's Diana, rests on two incandescent singles, "Upside Down" and "I'm Coming Out." They alone are worth the price of admission. Produced by the Chic Organization's Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards, these songs evoke classic disco with steady two-stepping beats and joyous multi-part choruses. Chic was at the height of its power, and they even pack lesser cuts like "My Old Piano" and "Tenderness" with little instrumental vamps. Say what you will about Miss Ross and her notoriously thin voice—she knew how to use it, collaborated with the best talent and usually left a lasting impression.
Born To Be Cheap
(The Woodwork) Squeaks
Was (Not Was)
How To Be A Zillionaire
How to Be a ... Zillionaire! is the third studio album by English pop band ABC. It was originally released in October 1985, on the labels Neutron, Mercury and Vertigo. The album peaked at No. 28 on the UK Albums Chart and at No. 30 on the Billboard 200. Four singles were released from the album, " Millionaire", "Be Near Me", "Vanity Kills", and the fourth was "Ocean Blue". It is the group's first and only album to feature founder members Martin Fry and Mark White flanked by new members Eden and David Yarritu, the latter two credited merely as "performers" with effectively no or limited musical contribution to the album. The four-piece was also presented in a cartoon form for the album's artwork and promotional videos, and wore outrageous costumes and played false instruments for "live" promotional performances.
In 2005, a digitally remastered CD of the album was released with eight bonus tracks.
Electribal Memories is the only album by house music group Electribe 101. It was originally released in 1990 and reached number 26 in the UK Albums Chart. The album includes the singles "Tell Me When the Fever Ended", "Talking with Myself", "You're Walking" and a cover of the Odyssey song "Inside Out".
The album was re-released in 1998 with three remixes of "Talking with Myself," which had gained popularity that year and was again released as a single, reaching number 39 in the UK Singles Chart. In 2002, the album was reissued again under the title The Best of Electribe 101 Featuring Billie Ray Martin. The album has never been released in the United States, and the first pressing was only available as an import, despite the release of the album's singles there.
Enjoy This Trip
Whose Side Are You On? (Expanded)
Perfect Timing (Expanded Edition)
Sheila E. is the third solo album by Sheila E., released on Paisley Park Records in July 1987.
Two singles were released from the album in the US, "Hold Me" and "Koo Koo". "Love on a Blue Train" was the first single released in Japan. The album is notable for its Latin influence and prominent presence in this hybrid of jazz, rock, funk and salsa. The video for "Koo Koo" shows Sheila dancing with Cat Glover.
The album has the earliest recorded appearance of members from the group Tony! Toni! Toné!, who Sheila E. attempted to bring to Paisley Park. Almost a decade later, in 1996, she appeared on their final album, House of Music.
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