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The Fantastic 80's Vol.3Another trip back to the 80's (2751 words)
by IanM73 - written on 14/10/07, updated on 14/10/07 (Very useful, 220 readings)
artists, and also had twenty songs on each disk. There were lots of hit tracks on here with most getting into the top ten charts. There are well known Artists on here including ones still going. Kylie Minogue had her third number one hit single and sixth UK single with “Hand on your heart” in 1988 and still is going very well today. It’s good to hear her at the start of her career as it is with many of these artists. You have Wham, Bananarama, Spandau Ballet, Cher, and many many more which I shall take you through on a trip down memory lane. The first thing I noticed when getting this CD is the packaging with three rubix cubes on the front which signifies it as an ...
Capital Gold Eighties LegendsEighties Madness (295 words)
by benlepensive - written on 28/02/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I still feel the eighties is a decade which will go down in history as everyones' favourite. It was a time for big hair, spending lots of money and being bold with fashion. Music was geared around pop and big hair and there were some tremendous acts around in that decade. This album groups together some of the biggest hits. Highlights: Queen's 'A Kind Of Magic' is more mellow than a lot of their stuff and has a wonderful mysterious feel about it. Mercury sounds as strong as ever and there is some lovely swirly synth work in it. Yazoo deliver an emotional turn with the minimal 'Only You.' A haunting synth riff from Vince Clarke sits perfectly with Moyet's ...
Capital Gold Eighties LegendsCapital Gold does the 1980s! (610 words)
by pmcds - written on 01/03/09, updated on 01/03/09 (Very useful, 63 readings)
is a similar thing when you get a collection of tracks which span a lot of time, such as this compilation, which covers a lot of the best bands and Artists from the 1980s in one album. What struck me about this album was that, although there are some great tracks from some great artists, some of the track choices were confusing. I suppose the idea was to release a compilation that would be different to other compilations from the 1980s, and they have certainly done that with their song selection. The first disc starts off with one of the best bands of the 80s by far - Queen. To be honest, there are a whole host of tracks from them that could make it onto any ...