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Following the fantastic response to 'NOW Yearbook 1980' - we are thrilled to present more stellar tracks from the year with 'NOW - Yearbook Extra 1980'. This limited edition 3CD highlights an additional 66 tracks from the charts of 1980, making it the perfect complement to any Yearbook, 80s pop or NOW music collection. The first disc kicks off with two iconic tracks from 1980 films: Queen's 'Flash', and Blondie's #1 'Call Me', and continues with massive pop hits from The Police with 'De Do Do Do, de Da Da Da', Madness with 'Embarrassment', and 'Army Dreamers' from Kate Bush. New wave hits from The Clash and Elvis Costello & The Attractions follow, along with U2, Siouxsie And The Banshees, and The Boomtown Rats. Grace Jones' amazing re-working of the Pretenders' 'Private Life' leads into soul smashes from Roberta Flack feat. Donny Hathaway, George Benson, and 'I'm Coming Out' from Diana Ross. Disc One closes with two of the years' most beautiful songs from Odyssey and Elton John. CD2 continues the celebration of this brilliant year in pop with Sheena Easton, Cliff Richard, David Essex and The Nolans - before floor-filling dance smashes from Shalamar, Sister Sledge, Coffee and Change - plus the legendary vocals of Donna Summer and Gladys Knight (& The Pips). The Rock 'N' Roll revival was in full swing in 1980 - and is highlighted here with hit tracks from Darts, Matchbox and Shakin' Stevens. After some easy-pop from Leo Sayer, Barbara Dickson and Dr Hook, Disc Two winds down with two true one-off hits: Sweet People with 'And The Birds Were Singing', and the Christmas #1 'There's No-One Quite Like Grandma' from St Winifred's School Choir. Our final disc opens with the incredible 'Breathing' from Kate Bush and continues a theme of unique and original pop with The Cure, John Foxx, Japan, and the chart debut 'Messages' from Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark. New wave inspired hits from Roxy Music, The Buggles, Split Enz and Marianne Faithfull are included, before a couple of prog-inspired epic productions - from Rush with 'The Spirit Of Radio', and Sky with their Top 5 smash 'Tocata' (from their #1 'Sky 2' album). Rock from Judas Priest and Pat Benatar is up next - and the collection finishes with a run of unforgettable pop gems from Dennis Waterman, Chas & Dave and The Barracudas before we sail away with Madness on 'Night Boat To Cairo'. An essential addition to your 'Yearbook' collection - celebrating more fabulous moments in pop history!... 'NOW - Yearbook Extra 1980'.
Following the fantastic response to 'NOW Yearbook 1980' - we are thrilled to present more stellar tracks from the year with 'NOW - Yearbook Extra 1980'. This limited edition 3CD highlights an additional 66 tracks from the charts of 1980, making it the perfect complement to any Yearbook, 80s pop or NOW music collection. The first disc kicks off with two iconic tracks from 1980 films: Queen's 'Flash', and Blondie's #1 'Call Me', and continues with massive pop hits from The Police with 'De Do Do Do, de Da Da Da', Madness with 'Embarrassment', and 'Army Dreamers' from Kate Bush. New wave hits from The Clash and Elvis Costello & The Attractions follow, along with U2, Siouxsie And The Banshees, and The Boomtown Rats. Grace Jones' amazing re-working of the Pretenders' 'Private Life' leads into soul smashes from Roberta Flack feat. Donny Hathaway, George Benson, and 'I'm Coming Out' from Diana Ross. Disc One closes with two of the years' most beautiful songs from Odyssey and Elton John. CD2 continues the celebration of this brilliant year in pop with Sheena Easton, Cliff Richard, David Essex and The Nolans - before floor-filling dance smashes from Shalamar, Sister Sledge, Coffee and Change - plus the legendary vocals of Donna Summer and Gladys Knight (& The Pips). The Rock 'N' Roll revival was in full swing in 1980 - and is highlighted here with hit tracks from Darts, Matchbox and Shakin' Stevens. After some easy-pop from Leo Sayer, Barbara Dickson and Dr Hook, Disc Two winds down with two true one-off hits: Sweet People with 'And The Birds Were Singing', and the Christmas #1 'There's No-One Quite Like Grandma' from St Winifred's School Choir. Our final disc opens with the incredible 'Breathing' from Kate Bush and continues a theme of unique and original pop with The Cure, John Foxx, Japan, and the chart debut 'Messages' from Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark. New wave inspired hits from Roxy Music, The Buggles, Split Enz and Marianne Faithfull are included, before a couple of prog-inspired epic productions - from Rush with 'The Spirit Of Radio', and Sky with their Top 5 smash 'Tocata' (from their #1 'Sky 2' album). Rock from Judas Priest and Pat Benatar is up next - and the collection finishes with a run of unforgettable pop gems from Dennis Waterman, Chas & Dave and The Barracudas before we sail away with Madness on 'Night Boat To Cairo'. An essential addition to your 'Yearbook' collection - celebrating more fabulous moments in pop history!... 'NOW - Yearbook Extra 1980'.
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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 09/02/2022
UPC: 196587223625

Now Yearbook Extra 1980 / Various (Uk)
Artist: Now Yearbook Extra 1980 / Various
Format: CD
New: Call (512) 474-2500 to check in-store availability $27.99
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DISC: 1

1. Queen - Flash
2. Blondie - Call Me
3. Kate Bush - Army Dreamers
4. The Police - de Do Do Do, de Da Da Da
5. Madness - Embarrassment
6. Dexys Midnight Runners - There There My Dear
7. The Boomtown Rats - Someone's Looking at You
8. U2 - I Will Follow
9. Elvis Costello ; the Attractions - High Fidelity
10. The Undertones - My Perfect Cousin
11. Bow Wow Wow - C30 C60 C90 Go
12. Devo - Whip It
13. Siouxsie ; the Banshees - Christine
14. The Clash - Bankrobber
15. Ub40 - King
16. Grace Jones - Private Life
17. Diana Ross - I'm Coming Out
18. Change - the Glow of Love
19. Roberta Flack - Back Together Again (Feat. Donny Hathaway)
20. George Benson - Give Me the Night
21. Odyssey - If You're Lookin' for a Way Out
22. Elton John - Little Jeannie
23. Sheena Easton - Modern Girl
24. Cliff Richard - Carrie
25. David Essex - Silver Dream Machine
26. Jona Lewie - You'll Always Find Me in the Kitchen at Parties
27. The Nolans - Gotta Pull Myself Together
28. Donna Summer - the Wanderer
29. Coffee - Casanova
30. Sister Sledge - Got to Love Somebody
31. Change - a Lovers Holiday
32. Shalamar - I Owe You One
33. The S.O.S. Band - Take Your Time (Do It Right) Part 1
34. Narada Michael Walden - I Shoulda Loved You
35. Gladys Knight ; the Pips - Taste of Bitter Love
36. Average White Band - Let's Go Round Again
37. The Spinners - Cupid/I've Loved You for a Long Time
38. Darts - Let's Hang on
39. Matchbox - Midnight Dynamos
40. Shakin' Stevens - Marie, Marie
41. Leo Sayer - More Than I Can Say
42. Dr. Hook - Sexy Eyes
43. Barbara Dickson - January, February
44. Sweet People - and the Birds Were Singing (... Et Les Oiseaux Chantaient) - Instrumental
45. St Winifreds School Choir - There's No One Quite Like Grandma
46. Kate Bush - Breathing
47. The Cure - a Forest
48. Roxy Music - Same Old Scene
49. Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark - Messages
50. John Foxx - Underpass
51. Japan - Gentlemen Take Polaroids
52. The Human League - Empire State Human
53. The Buggles - the Plastic Age
54. Split Enz - I Got You
55. Marianne Faithfull - Broken English
56. Robert Palmer - Johnny and Mary
57. Sky - Toccata
58. Rush - the Spirit of Radio
59. Judas Priest - Living After Midnight
60. Pat Benatar - Hit Me with Your Best Shot
61. Daryl Hall ; John Oates - Kiss on My List
62. Joeken - All for Leyna
63. Dennis Waterman - I Could Be So Good for You
64. Chas ; Dave - Rabbit
65. The Barracudas - Summer Fun
66. Madness - Night Boat to Cairo

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Following the fantastic response to 'NOW Yearbook 1980' - we are thrilled to present more stellar tracks from the year with 'NOW - Yearbook Extra 1980'. This limited edition 3CD highlights an additional 66 tracks from the charts of 1980, making it the perfect complement to any Yearbook, 80s pop or NOW music collection. The first disc kicks off with two iconic tracks from 1980 films: Queen's 'Flash', and Blondie's #1 'Call Me', and continues with massive pop hits from The Police with 'De Do Do Do, de Da Da Da', Madness with 'Embarrassment', and 'Army Dreamers' from Kate Bush. New wave hits from The Clash and Elvis Costello & The Attractions follow, along with U2, Siouxsie And The Banshees, and The Boomtown Rats. Grace Jones' amazing re-working of the Pretenders' 'Private Life' leads into soul smashes from Roberta Flack feat. Donny Hathaway, George Benson, and 'I'm Coming Out' from Diana Ross. Disc One closes with two of the years' most beautiful songs from Odyssey and Elton John. CD2 continues the celebration of this brilliant year in pop with Sheena Easton, Cliff Richard, David Essex and The Nolans - before floor-filling dance smashes from Shalamar, Sister Sledge, Coffee and Change - plus the legendary vocals of Donna Summer and Gladys Knight (& The Pips). The Rock 'N' Roll revival was in full swing in 1980 - and is highlighted here with hit tracks from Darts, Matchbox and Shakin' Stevens. After some easy-pop from Leo Sayer, Barbara Dickson and Dr Hook, Disc Two winds down with two true one-off hits: Sweet People with 'And The Birds Were Singing', and the Christmas #1 'There's No-One Quite Like Grandma' from St Winifred's School Choir. Our final disc opens with the incredible 'Breathing' from Kate Bush and continues a theme of unique and original pop with The Cure, John Foxx, Japan, and the chart debut 'Messages' from Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark. New wave inspired hits from Roxy Music, The Buggles, Split Enz and Marianne Faithfull are included, before a couple of prog-inspired epic productions - from Rush with 'The Spirit Of Radio', and Sky with their Top 5 smash 'Tocata' (from their #1 'Sky 2' album). Rock from Judas Priest and Pat Benatar is up next - and the collection finishes with a run of unforgettable pop gems from Dennis Waterman, Chas & Dave and The Barracudas before we sail away with Madness on 'Night Boat To Cairo'. An essential addition to your 'Yearbook' collection - celebrating more fabulous moments in pop history!... 'NOW - Yearbook Extra 1980'.
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