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We proudly present 'NOW - Yearbook 1980 - 1984: The Final Chapter' - 81 tracks celebrating more Pop magic from an exceptional time in the UK charts. This Special Edition CD is housed in 'hard-back-book' packaging, including a 28-page booklet featuring a summary of the period, a track-by-track guide, a quiz, and original singles artwork. A huge #1 from Wham!, with era-defining hits from Eurythmics, Kate Bush, The Smiths, Scritti Politti and the unique brilliance of 'O Superman' from Laurie Anderson open disc one - joined by the stunning 'War Baby' from Tom Robinson and 'Shipbuilding' from Robert Wyatt alongside Sade, Spandau Ballet, Roxy Music, The Police and 'Nelson Mandela' from The Specials, before closing with classics, Neil Diamond's 'Love On The Rocks' - and 'We All Stand Together' from Paul McCartney. Pure-Pop brilliance from Bananarama kicks off Disc 2 and includes Kim Wilde, Toyah, and Culture Club along with Synth-Pop gems from Gary Numan, Ultravox, Blancmange, The Human League, Howard Jones, and Nik Kershaw. Iron Maiden's massive rock smash 'Run To The Hills' opens the third disc, that also celebrates radio rock from Chicago, Tina Turner and Pretenders before a stellar run of New-Wave inspired hits including U2, New Order, The Jam, The Creatures and Hazel O'Connor. The final disc finds it's feet with huge floor-fillers from Lionel Richie, Donna Summer, Flash & The Pan, Patrice Rushen, and Shalamar before club hits from Linx and Animal Nightlife and a closing selection of Pop gold including Stars On 45, F.R. David, Sheena Easton - and three #1s from Kenny Rogers, Goombay Dance Band and the unforgettable 1982 year-end chart topper 'Save Your Love' from Renee & Renato.
We proudly present 'NOW - Yearbook 1980 - 1984: The Final Chapter' - 81 tracks celebrating more Pop magic from an exceptional time in the UK charts. This Special Edition CD is housed in 'hard-back-book' packaging, including a 28-page booklet featuring a summary of the period, a track-by-track guide, a quiz, and original singles artwork. A huge #1 from Wham!, with era-defining hits from Eurythmics, Kate Bush, The Smiths, Scritti Politti and the unique brilliance of 'O Superman' from Laurie Anderson open disc one - joined by the stunning 'War Baby' from Tom Robinson and 'Shipbuilding' from Robert Wyatt alongside Sade, Spandau Ballet, Roxy Music, The Police and 'Nelson Mandela' from The Specials, before closing with classics, Neil Diamond's 'Love On The Rocks' - and 'We All Stand Together' from Paul McCartney. Pure-Pop brilliance from Bananarama kicks off Disc 2 and includes Kim Wilde, Toyah, and Culture Club along with Synth-Pop gems from Gary Numan, Ultravox, Blancmange, The Human League, Howard Jones, and Nik Kershaw. Iron Maiden's massive rock smash 'Run To The Hills' opens the third disc, that also celebrates radio rock from Chicago, Tina Turner and Pretenders before a stellar run of New-Wave inspired hits including U2, New Order, The Jam, The Creatures and Hazel O'Connor. The final disc finds it's feet with huge floor-fillers from Lionel Richie, Donna Summer, Flash & The Pan, Patrice Rushen, and Shalamar before club hits from Linx and Animal Nightlife and a closing selection of Pop gold including Stars On 45, F.R. David, Sheena Easton - and three #1s from Kenny Rogers, Goombay Dance Band and the unforgettable 1982 year-end chart topper 'Save Your Love' from Renee & Renato.
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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 12/09/2022
UPC: 196587511326

Now Yearbook 1980-1984: The Final Chapter / Var
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DISC: 1

1. Wham! - Freedom
2. Eurythmics, Annie Lennox, Dave Stewart - Love Is a Stranger
3. Laurie Anderson - O Superman
4. Kate Bush - Sat in Your Lap
5. The Smiths - What Difference Does It Make
6. Scritti Politti - Absolute
7. Bronski Beat - Why?
8. Sade - When Am I Going to Make a Living
9. Tom Robinson - War Baby
10. Robert Wyatt - Shipbuilding
11. Spandau Ballet - Round and Round
12. Roxy Music - Take a Chance With Me
13. The Police - So Lonely
14. The Specials - Nelson Mandela
15. Fun Boy Three - Our Lips Are Sealed
16. Elton John - Kiss the Bride
17. Billy Joel - The Longest Time
18. Neil Diamond - Love On the Rocks (From 'The Jazz Singer')
19. Paul McCartney - We All Stand Together
20. Bananarama - Na Na Hey Hey (Kiss Him Goodbye)
21. Adam Ant - Desperate But Not Serious
22. Kim Wilde - Water On Glass
23. Toyah - Thunder in the Mountains
24. Gary Numan - We Are Glass
25. Ultravox - Hymn
26. Blancmange - Living On the Ceiling
27. Talk Talk - Talk Talk
28. Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark - Tesla Girls
29. Thomas Dolby - Hyperactive!
30. Heaven 17 - Crushed By the Wheels of Industry
31. Simple Minds - Someone Somewhere (In Summertime)
32. Soft Cell - Where the Heart Is
33. The Human League - Louise
34. Howard Jones - Hide and Seek
35. Nik Kershaw - Human Racing
36. Thompson Twins - Lay Your Hands On Me
37. Kajagoogoo - Hang On Now
38. Culture Club - The Medal Song
39. Tracey Ullman - Move Over Darling
40. Iron Maiden - Run to the Hills
41. Meat Loaf - Modern Girl
42. The Pretenders - Day After Day
43. Rick Springfield - Human Touch
44. Laura Branigan - The Lucky One
45. Chicago - Hard Habit to Break
46. Daryl Hall ; John Oates - Say It Isn't So
47. Tina Turner - Better Be Good to Me
48. The Fixx - One Thing Leads to Another
49. Madness - Grey Day
50. UB40 - Cherry Oh Baby
51. The Style Council - A Solid Bond in Your Heart
52. Jo Boxers - Just Got Lucky
53. The Go-Go's - We Got the Beat
54. Hazel O'Connor - D-Days
55. The Creatures - Miss the Girl
56. The Jam - Just Who Is the 5 O'clock Hero?
57. U2 - 11 O'clock Tick Tock
58. New Order - Everything's Gone Green
59. Echo ; the Bunnymen - Silver
60. The Associates - 18 Carat Love Affair
61. Japan - Cantonese Boy
62. Lionel Richie - Running With the Night
63. Donna Summer - Love Is in Control (Finger On the Trigger) (7" Version)
64. Shalamar - Friends
65. The Pointer Sisters - I'm So Excited
66. Flash and the Pan - Waiting for a Train
67. Patrice Rushen - Forget Me Nots
68. Kool ; the Gang - Fresh
69. Jeffrey Osborne - Stay With Me Tonight
70. The Temptations - Treat Her Like a Lady
71. Linx - Intuition
72. Animal Nightlife - Mr Solitaire
73. Modern Romance - Don't Stop That Crazy Rhythm
74. Stars On 45/Starsound - More Stars (ABBA Medley)/Stars On 45 Vol. 2
75. Bucks Fizz - Piece of the Action
76. F.R. David - Words
77. Sheena Easton - When He Shines
78. Kenny Rogers - Coward of the County
79. The Art Company - Susanna
80. Goombay Dance Band - Seven Tears
81. Renee ; Renato - Save Your Love

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We proudly present 'NOW - Yearbook 1980 - 1984: The Final Chapter' - 81 tracks celebrating more Pop magic from an exceptional time in the UK charts. This Special Edition CD is housed in 'hard-back-book' packaging, including a 28-page booklet featuring a summary of the period, a track-by-track guide, a quiz, and original singles artwork. A huge #1 from Wham!, with era-defining hits from Eurythmics, Kate Bush, The Smiths, Scritti Politti and the unique brilliance of 'O Superman' from Laurie Anderson open disc one - joined by the stunning 'War Baby' from Tom Robinson and 'Shipbuilding' from Robert Wyatt alongside Sade, Spandau Ballet, Roxy Music, The Police and 'Nelson Mandela' from The Specials, before closing with classics, Neil Diamond's 'Love On The Rocks' - and 'We All Stand Together' from Paul McCartney. Pure-Pop brilliance from Bananarama kicks off Disc 2 and includes Kim Wilde, Toyah, and Culture Club along with Synth-Pop gems from Gary Numan, Ultravox, Blancmange, The Human League, Howard Jones, and Nik Kershaw. Iron Maiden's massive rock smash 'Run To The Hills' opens the third disc, that also celebrates radio rock from Chicago, Tina Turner and Pretenders before a stellar run of New-Wave inspired hits including U2, New Order, The Jam, The Creatures and Hazel O'Connor. The final disc finds it's feet with huge floor-fillers from Lionel Richie, Donna Summer, Flash & The Pan, Patrice Rushen, and Shalamar before club hits from Linx and Animal Nightlife and a closing selection of Pop gold including Stars On 45, F.R. David, Sheena Easton - and three #1s from Kenny Rogers, Goombay Dance Band and the unforgettable 1982 year-end chart topper 'Save Your Love' from Renee & Renato.
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