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That's The Way I Like It: The Best of Dead Or Alive
Dead Or Alive
That's the Way I Like It: The Best of Dead or Alive is the third greatest hits album by English pop band Dead or Alive, released in 2010. It is the last release by Dead or Alive before lead singer Pete Burns died in 2016; the box set Sophisticated Boom Box MMXVI was released just five days after his death.
Better Than Heaven
Better Than Heaven is the debut studio album by American singer Stacey Q, released on October 17, 1986 by Atlantic Records. Produced by Jon St. James, Better Than Heaven is predominantly a dance-pop album with elements of Hi-NRG, freestyle and new wave music. She collaborated with the same line-up of musicians with whom she had previously performed in the band SSQ. They later continued to work on her other solo albums, Hard Machine and Nights Like This.
Released during the rise of popularity of the lead single, "Two of Hearts", Better Than Heaven received generally positive reviews from music critics and peaked at number fifty-nine on the Billboard 200. The album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Three singles from the album were released. The lead single "Two of Hearts" peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 and also did well on the Hot Dance Club Songs, landing at number four. It became one of the highest-selling singles of 1986, selling over one million copies. The second single, "We Connect", was also successful in charts, peaking at number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 14 on the Hot Dance Club Songs.
Send Me An Angel (Remixes)
Culture Club is a box set of music by English band Culture Club, comprising four CDs. It was released in 2002 on the Virgin label. Some of the songs included are also Boy George solo songs.
The box set represents a history of the band with an array of singles, album tracks, demos, remixes, alternative versions, and previously unreleased songs. The inner artwork includes a 72-page glossy booklet, official photos, quotes, and notes from band members. All previously unreleased tracks have been remastered for this release.
The track entitled "Shirley Temple Moment" is a spoken-word track presenting the making of UK #3 hit "Victims", along with a bitter argument between band members while rehearsing it. The fourth CD is totally dedicated to remix versions of both previously released and unreleased tracks, collectively called 'The Drumheads Sessions'.
Lost Hits Of The 80's (All Original Artists & Versions)
Let The Music Play (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
Radio Hits Of the '80s
Greatest Hits is a compilation album by American singer-songwriter Taylor Dayne. It was released in 1995 on Arista Records. It includes the hit singles "Love Will Lead You Back", "I'll Wait", "Tell It to My Heart", and her rendition of Barry White's "Can't Get Enough of Your Love".
Since there was no new material recorded for the album, the record label decided to remix and release "Say a Prayer", a song from Dayne's previous studio album, Soul Dancing. This was to garner more interest in the release; however, the only airplay it received was on the dance charts. "Tell It to My Heart" was remixed and re-released also, and while neither managed to chart in the US, the latter single reached #23 in the UK Singles Chart.
The Promise (Studio 1987 Version)
When In Rome
20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of Wang Chung
I Don't Speak The Language
I Don't Speak the Language is the debut album by Matthew Wilder. It was released in 1983 on Private-I/Epic, and is notable for the hit single "Break My Stride".
Greatest Hits is the first compilation album—and the last Atlantic Records album—of American singer Debbie Gibson. It was released in September 1995.
Puttin' On The Ritz (Remix)
Rhino Hi-Five: The Escape Club
The Escape Club
Move To Move
Move to Move is the debut album by Kon Kan, released in 1989 on Atlantic Records. It spawned the singles "Harry Houdini", "I Beg Your Pardon", "Puss N' Boots" and "Move to Move".
The album is mostly group member Barry Harris' creation. He produced the set, and wrote or co-wrote all but one cut. Kevin Wynne is lead vocalist on most songs, although Harris steps in for the title track, and the ballad, "Am I In Love." Jon Lind, who co-penned the Madonna song "Crazy for You", and Bob Mitchell
4 Hits: Milli Vanilli
C+C Music Factory
Dance Vault Remixes
Tiffany is the debut studio album by American recording pop singer Tiffany. Prior to signing a recording contract with MCA records in 1987, Tiffany Darwish had begun working with manager/producer George Tobin several years earlier, possibly with some of the tracks recorded as early when she was 12 years old. Initially, "Danny" was her first single released from her self-titled studio album; however the single failed to chart. To support the album and create a buzz for herself, Tiffany embarked on a shopping mall tour entitled “The Beautiful You: Celebrating the Good Life Shopping Mall Tour ‘87”. Tiffany's tour included the singer performing in shopping malls across the United States; at first to small audiences but by the end to much larger crowds as her popularity grew.
As her popularity grew during her tour radio stations began to play Tiffany's cover version of Tommy James & the Shondells hit "I Think We're Alone Now". The song was quickly released as the album's second single; Darwish's cover of "I Think We’re Alone Now" became the singer's first No. 1 hit both in the United States and United Kingdom.
Rhino Hi-Five: Information Society
Toy Soldiers: The Best Of Martika
The Best Of Bingoboys
Seasons Change (Exposé Megamix)
The Best Of Robbie Neville
Maniac (Flashdance Version) (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
Things Can Only Get Better / Why Look For The Key
Platinum & Gold Collection
I Eat Cannibals (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
I Ran: The Best Of
A Flock Of Seagulls
Seven and the Ragged Tiger (Deluxe Edition)
Seven and the Ragged Tiger is the third studio album by English new wave band Duran Duran. It was released on 21 November 1983 by EMI. It was the band's first and only number-one album on the UK Albums Chart, and would prove to be the last studio album for the band's most famous line-up until 2004's Astronaut.
Vocalist Simon Le Bon said the album "is an adventure story about a little commando team. 'The Seven' is for us—the five band members and the two managers—and 'the Ragged Tiger' is success. Seven people running after success. It's ambition. That's what it's about."
EMI re-released the album in 2010 in two configurations: a two-disc digipak and a three-disc box set. The latter includes on the DVD the first official release of the "As the Lights Go Down" video.
My Name Is Eria Fachin
12 Inch Classics
The Greatest Hits Remixed
That's What Love Can Do (1993 Mixes)
Catch Me I'm Falling
Thumbplay Music Presents: The 80's
Will To Power
Will to Power
Will to Power is the name of the debut studio album by the American dance-pop band Will to Power. It was released in March 1988 by Epic Records. The album peaked at No. 68 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
Will to Power contains the band's No. 1 song on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, "Baby, I Love Your Way/Freebird Medley", the most successful single released by them today, coming to stay for a week in the first position of the Billboard Hot 100., as well as two songs that reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart. "Dreamin'" managed to enter the Billboard Hot 100 although it has achieved more success in the dance charts. According to Fred Bronson's 5th edition of The Billboard Book of #1 Hits, released in 2003, "Will to Power was a trio when the medley hit number one, consisting of Rosenberg, Carr and a DJ known as Dr. J."
Dancing In Heaven (as made famous by Q-Feel)
White Feathers is the debut album by British new wave band Kajagoogoo, released on 18 April 1983 and the only album by the band to-date to feature lead vocalist Limahl. It was produced by Nick Rhodes of Duran Duran and Colin Thurston, who was Duran Duran's producer at the time, except for track #5, the self-titled "Kajagoogoo", an instrumental, which was produced by Tim Palmer and the band. This self-titled song was featured in the John Hughes movie Sixteen Candles as the film's opening title song in 1984. The album contains their most successful single "Too Shy", a UK Number One hit in February 1983, as well as two other UK Top Twenty hits; "Ooh to Be Ah" and "Hang on Now".
After the band was featured on the VH1 program Bands Reunited in 2003, renewed interest in Kajagoogoo prompted the band's original label EMI to re-issue "White Feathers" on CD in the UK for the first time in 2004. Originally containing ten tracks, the 2004 version of the album contained eight bonus tracks, including four B-sides plus four remixes - two of which are of "Too Shy".
Alisha is the debut album by American freestyle and dance-pop artist Alisha. It was released in the US in 1985 by Vanguard Records.
Boys Don't Cry
Boys Don't Cry
The Greatest Hits Collection (Collector Edition)
The Greatest Hits Collection is a compilation album released by Bananarama which features their single releases and greatest hits. It was issued by London Records in 1988, months after the departure of group member Siobhan Fahey. The track listing differed between the version of the album in the United States and the version released throughout Europe.
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