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Stand Back: 1981-2017
Fanatic (Live From Caesars Colosseum)
Quarterflash is the debut album of American rock band Quarterflash. It was released in 1981 on Geffen Records and features the single, "Harden My Heart", which reached No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100. It also hit No. 1 on the Billboard Album Rock Tracks chart. The follow-up single was "Find Another Fool", which reached No. 16 on the Hot 100. The album was certified platinum in the United States by the RIAA.
"Harden My Heart" is featured in the 2006 video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories on fictional power ballad radio station, Emotion 98.3. It is also a featured song in the Broadway musical Rock of Ages.
Goodbye To You! Best Of The 80's Live
Beauty And The Beat (30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)
After a decade of L.A. kowtowing to the swathed beards and denim of narcissistic troubadours, the Go-Go's exuberant debut ushered in a pop revolution, one that helped the city (and the rest of the country) embrace its love of sun, fun and the delicious joys of cruising with the top down and the radio blaring. Of course, a big part of the music's charm revolved around the band's savoir-faire: they might've played the role of carefree girls bopping about but always with a wink of the eye. And, of course, they happened to write incredibly catchy tunes: "Our Lips Are Sealed," "We Got the Beat," "Tonite"—all so good.
Hard Candy Christmas
Playlist: The Very Best Of Scandal
I Want To Know What Love Is (New Recording with Shriners Hospitals Kids Choir)
Traces is the third solo studio album by American singer and songwriter Steve Perry. It was released on October 5, 2018, through Fantasy Records. It was his first solo album in 24 years, following 1994's For the Love of Strange Medicine as well as his first release of new music since his contributions to the 1998 film Quest for Camelot.
It is Perry's first solo top 10 Billboard album, and his first top 40 album in the UK as a solo artist.
Greatest Hits is the third greatest hits compilation by American singer-actress Cher, released on October 1974 by MCA Records. The album was released to close Cher's contract with MCA, her record company since 1971. This release follows the greatest hits albums Golden Greats and Superpack.
The album peaked at #152 on the official Billboard 200.
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Thicker Than Water
Orchestrating My Life
Dance Vault Mixes - Say A Prayer
Voyeur is the seventh studio album by American singer Kim Carnes. It was released on September 8, 1982, by EMI America Records. Carnes began writing material for Voyeur while touring her previous album Mistaken Identity.
Voyeur is a synth-pop album that Carnes described as "more consistent" than its predecessor. It received mixed reviews, with some critics in favor of the album, while others remarked that it failed to live up to the standard of Mistaken Identity.
Starship Enterprise: The Best Of Jefferson Starship And Starship
Jefferson Starship & Starship
Wilder Shores is the eighth studio album by vocalist Belinda Carlisle. Unlike her previous releases, which have largely been characterized as pop music, it consists of a series of Sikh chants performed by Carlisle in Gurmukhi. It is her first studio album in ten years, since the release of Voila, a collection of chansons Carlisle performed in French.
Your Forever Girl
Pieces of Me
Love Is All Around
Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
House Of Schock
House Of Schock
Coming Up Close: A Retrospective
Coming Up Close: A Retrospective is a compilation culled from the works of 'Til Tuesday. It was released on September 24, 1996.
Branigan 2 is the second studio album by American singer Laura Branigan. It was released in March 1983 by Atlantic Records. The album reached number 29 on the US Billboard 200 and was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America on September 18, 1985, denoting shipments in excess of 500,000 copies in the United States. In a retrospective review for AllMusic, Bryan Buss wrote that Branigan's "full, expressive voice shows serious growth" on "a much more cohesive collection" than her debut album, Branigan, adding that "this album doesn't waste a single track".
Two singles were released from the album. The lead single, "Solitaire", is a cover version of a 1981 French-language song of the same name by French singer Martine Clémenceau, with English lyrics written by Diane Warren. The single was a commercial success, peaking at number seven on the US Billboard Hot 100.
The second single, "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You", was co-written by Michael Bolton. It reached number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the Adult Contemporary chart for three weeks.
Above The Clouds The Very Best Of Glenn Frey
You Can Tune a Piano, But You Can't Tuna Fish
You Can Tune a Piano, but You Can't Tuna Fish is the seventh studio album by REO Speedwagon, released in 1978. It was their first album to be co-produced by lead singer Kevin Cronin and lead guitarist Gary Richrath. The album was REO's first to make the Top 40, peaking at No. 29. The album sold over 2 million copies in the US, which led it to being certified 2× Platinum.
This is the first album to feature Bruce Hall on bass, replacing Gregg Philbin. In 2013, the album was released on CD by UK-based company Rock Candy Records, with expanded liner notes and photos.
The hits "Time for Me to Fly" and "Roll with the Changes" have since become two of the band's best-known songs. "Time for Me to Fly" was later covered in a bluegrass arrangement by Dolly Parton on her 1989 album White Limozeen. In 2005, the album cover was featured on Pitchfork Media's list of "The Worst Record Covers of All Time", and in 2014 its title was featured in NME's list of "The 50 Worst Album Titles in History".
Greatest Hits is a compilation album released by female music trio Wilson Phillips. It is the group's first official Greatest Hits album. The group broke up in 1993, and did not reunite for this release until 2001. The liner notes features track-by-track commentaries by Carnie Wilson and Wendy Wilson.
The compilation includes all eight singles of their first two albums, as well as the 1991 non-album Elton John cover of "Daniel" which, although not released as a single, peaked at number seven in the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. Most of the songs are included with the Radio edit versions, which hadn't been included yet on a Wilson Phillips album.
The compilation also includes solo material from the trio after they broke up, Chynna Phillips' single "Naked and Sacred", from her 1995 debut album of the same name, and two songs from The Wilsons 1997 album, featuring Carnie and Wendy. The album is completed with some rare B-side only live songs, as well as a 1991 interview with the group which was included as the b-side of their single "You're in Love".
Whirlygig is the first studio album by The Lovemongers.
The Lovemongers were a side project of singer-songwriting-musicians, and sisters, Ann and Nancy Wilson, better known as the frontwomen of the rock band Heart. They formed The Lovemongers with Sue Ennis and Frank Cox, and released Whirlygig in 1997 on Will Records. It contained all original material, with no outside writers.
Steve Huey of AllMusic gave the record 4 stars of 5, and he said that it "will likely appeal to fans of both Heart's earlier and later material."
Ignition is the debut solo album from English singer-songwriter John Waite. It was released on Chrysalis Records in June 1982 and produced by Neil Giraldo.
Two singles were lifted from the record: the Holly Knight-penned "Change" which initially failed to make a significant dent on any chart except for the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks, where it scored the #16 position. It was, however, one of MTV's most popular early videos. Upon the 1985 release of the soundtrack to the movie Vision Quest, the single was re-issued and broke into the Top 50 on the Pop charts. Its follow-up single was "Going to the Top".
A few famous musicians guested on the album as well. Singer Patty Smyth handled vocal backing, and drummer Frankie LaRocka and bassist Don Nossov guest here.
The Epic Archive, Vol. 3 (1984-1992)
Sweetheart of the Sun
Sweetheart of the Sun is the fifth studio album by American pop rock band the Bangles, released on September 27, 2011. It is the band's second album since their 2003 reunion, and their first as a trio after the departure of longtime member Michael Steele. The twelve-song album was co-produced by the Bangles and Matthew Sweet.
No Frills is the sixth studio album by American singer Bette Midler, released on Atlantic Records in 1983. No Frills was Midler's first studio album in four years, following the movies The Rose, Divine Madness! and the ill-fated Jinxed!. The rock and new wave influenced album was produced by Chuck Plotkin, best known for his work with Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen, and included three single releases; the ballad "All I Need to Know", a cover of Marshall Crenshaw's "My Favourite Waste of Time" and Midler's take on the Rolling Stones classic "Beast of Burden".
Greatest Hits Live
Greatest Hits Live is a live album released by the American rock band Journey in 1998, recorded in 1981 and 1983. It contains songs from the studio albums Infinity through Frontiers. The album peaked at No. 79 on the US Billboard 200 chart.
Moment of Truth
Moment of Truth is the début and sole solo album from American singer Terri Nunn, who is best known as lead singer of the Berlin. It was released in the US in 1991 and Europe in 1992. Moment of Truth was produced by and mixed by Prince's Paisley Park Records producer David Z., except for "Confession Time", which was produced by the British producer Steve Brown.
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The Essential Billy Squier
Long Time (Remixes)
Fit Right In
This Is Serious
This Is Serious is the second solo studio album by American singer Marilyn Martin. Except for two tracks, the album was produced entirely by Jon Astley, who had also produced some of Martin's debut album. Michael Verdick and Patrick Leonard produced "Possessive Love", and Terry Brown produced the album's closing track "Pretender".
The album's lead single was "Possessive Love", which was co-written by Madonna and Patrick Leonard, but failed to chart. A second single, "Love Takes No Prisoners," written by Bruce Woolley and Jimmy Scott, was released to similar commercial failure.
The Best Of Night Ranger 20th Century Masters The Millennium Collection
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Everytime I Think of You
Welcome to My Past
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