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NOW is proud to present 63 more essential pop memories: 'NOW - Yearbook Extra 1980 - 1984: The Final Chapter' - an epilogue to the 'Final Chapter' collection. We would have respected the word 'final'! - but these years were so rich for pop gems, these tracks had to be included in our celebration of the era! Disc One kicks off with the iconic 'I Want To Break Free' from Queen, before moving on to The Police, Eurythmics and 'This Charming Man' from The Smiths. Huge Pop hits from Madness, Dexys Midnight Runners, The Specials and UB40 lead into fantastic lesser compiled songs from David Sylvian, Elton John, Elvis Costello & The Attractions, and Tom Robinson, before some rock from Pretenders, Slade and the timeless 'Don't Stop Believin' from Journey - and signing off with classics from The World's Famous Supreme Team, Debbie Harry, and the sublime seasonal favourite from Waitresses. The second disc opens with a stellar run of Synth-Pop including from Gary Numan, Midge Ure & Mick Karn, The Human League, Japan, Heaven 17, Thomas Dolby, and Soft Cell, before Post-Punk hits from The Undertones, Siouxsie And The Banshees, XTC and Adam & The Ants. Pop nuggets from Toyah, Marilyn, and Nik Kershaw lead into the Funk of 'Hot Water' from Level 42, Shakatak, and the rarely compiled 'Venceremos' from Working Week. The final disc opens with the massive No. 1 'It's My Party' from Dave Stewart & Barbara Gaskin, alongside Pop gold from Kim Wilde, Ultravox and Spandau Ballet. Sophisticated ballads from Tina Turner and Lionel Richie lead toward Soul-Pop from Windjammer and Kool & The Gang before a final run of heavenly Pop including Cliff Richard, Liquid Gold, and Bucks Fizz before closing with easy-listening Pop from Julio Iglesias and a winter classic from David Essex. 'NOW - Yearbook Extra 1980 - 1984: The Final Chapter' - a further and final celebration of the diversity and magic of Pop between 1980 and 1984.
NOW is proud to present 63 more essential pop memories: 'NOW - Yearbook Extra 1980 - 1984: The Final Chapter' - an epilogue to the 'Final Chapter' collection. We would have respected the word 'final'! - but these years were so rich for pop gems, these tracks had to be included in our celebration of the era! Disc One kicks off with the iconic 'I Want To Break Free' from Queen, before moving on to The Police, Eurythmics and 'This Charming Man' from The Smiths. Huge Pop hits from Madness, Dexys Midnight Runners, The Specials and UB40 lead into fantastic lesser compiled songs from David Sylvian, Elton John, Elvis Costello & The Attractions, and Tom Robinson, before some rock from Pretenders, Slade and the timeless 'Don't Stop Believin' from Journey - and signing off with classics from The World's Famous Supreme Team, Debbie Harry, and the sublime seasonal favourite from Waitresses. The second disc opens with a stellar run of Synth-Pop including from Gary Numan, Midge Ure & Mick Karn, The Human League, Japan, Heaven 17, Thomas Dolby, and Soft Cell, before Post-Punk hits from The Undertones, Siouxsie And The Banshees, XTC and Adam & The Ants. Pop nuggets from Toyah, Marilyn, and Nik Kershaw lead into the Funk of 'Hot Water' from Level 42, Shakatak, and the rarely compiled 'Venceremos' from Working Week. The final disc opens with the massive No. 1 'It's My Party' from Dave Stewart & Barbara Gaskin, alongside Pop gold from Kim Wilde, Ultravox and Spandau Ballet. Sophisticated ballads from Tina Turner and Lionel Richie lead toward Soul-Pop from Windjammer and Kool & The Gang before a final run of heavenly Pop including Cliff Richard, Liquid Gold, and Bucks Fizz before closing with easy-listening Pop from Julio Iglesias and a winter classic from David Essex. 'NOW - Yearbook Extra 1980 - 1984: The Final Chapter' - a further and final celebration of the diversity and magic of Pop between 1980 and 1984.
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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 02/17/2023
UPC: 196587757922

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

1. Queen - I Want to Break Free
2. The Police - Spirits in the Material World
3. Eurythmics, Annie Lennox, Dave Stewart - Right By Your Side
4. The Smiths - This Charming Man
5. Dexys Midnight Runners - The Celtic Soul Brothers (More, Please, Thank You)
6. Madness - Tomorrow's (Just Another Day)
7. Tracey Ullman - My Guy
8. The Specials - Do Nothing
9. UB40 - My Way of Thinking
10. David Sylvian - Pulling Punches
11. Tom Robinson - Atmospherics: Listen to the Radio
12. Elton John - Cold As Christmas (In the Middle of the Year)
13. Elvis Costello ; The Attractions - I Wanna Be Loved
14. Squeeze - Another Nail in My Heart
15. The Pretenders - Middle of the Road
16. Journey - Don't Stop Believin'
17. Slade - Run Runaway
18. Robert Palmer - Some Guys Have All the Luck
19. Daryl Hall ; John Oates - Out of Touch
20. The World's Famous Supreme Team - Hey DJ
21. Debbie Harry - Backfired
22. The Waitresses - Christmas Wrapping
23. Gary Numan - Music for Chameleons
24. Midge Ure ; Mick Karn - After a Fashion
25. The Human League - Boys and Girls
26. Japan - European Son (Steve Nye 7" Remix 1982)
27. Heaven 17 - Penthouse and Pavement
28. Thomas Dolby - Windpower
29. A Flock of Seagulls - The More You Live, the More You Love
30. Soft Cell - Numbers
31. Siouxsie and the Banshees - Melt
32. The Undertones - Wednesday Week
33. XTC - Sgt. Rock (Is Going to Help Me)
34. Adam ; The Ants - Car Trouble
35. Toyah - Good Morning Universe
36. The Associates - Love Hangover
37. Marilyn - Cry and Be Free
38. Kajagoogoo - Big Apple
39. Nik Kershaw - Dancing Girls
40. Howard Jones - Pearl in the Shell
41. Level 42 - Hot Water
42. Shakatak - Easier Said Than Done
43. Working Week - Venceremos
44. Dave Stewart ; Barbara Gaskin - It's My Party
45. Kim Wilde - Cambodia
46. Dave Stewart ; Barbara Gaskin - Love's Great Adventure
47. Spandau Ballet - Highly Strung
48. Nick Heyward - On a Sunday
49. Thompson Twins - Sister of Mercy
50. Tina Turner - Help
51. Lionel Richie - Penny Lover
52. The Pointer Sisters - I Need You
53. Shalamar - Over and Over
54. Windjammer - Tossing ; Turning
55. Kool ; the Gang - (When You Say You Love Somebody) in the Heart
56. Hot Chocolate - Girl Crazy
57. Cliff Richard - Dreamin'
58. Liquid Gold - Substitute
59. Bucks Fizz - If You Can't Stand the Heat
60. The Nolans - Don't Make Waves
61. Belle and the Devotions - Love Games
62. Julio Iglesias - Quiereme Mucho (Yours)
63. David Essex - A Winter's Tale

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NOW is proud to present 63 more essential pop memories: 'NOW - Yearbook Extra 1980 - 1984: The Final Chapter' - an epilogue to the 'Final Chapter' collection. We would have respected the word 'final'! - but these years were so rich for pop gems, these tracks had to be included in our celebration of the era! Disc One kicks off with the iconic 'I Want To Break Free' from Queen, before moving on to The Police, Eurythmics and 'This Charming Man' from The Smiths. Huge Pop hits from Madness, Dexys Midnight Runners, The Specials and UB40 lead into fantastic lesser compiled songs from David Sylvian, Elton John, Elvis Costello & The Attractions, and Tom Robinson, before some rock from Pretenders, Slade and the timeless 'Don't Stop Believin' from Journey - and signing off with classics from The World's Famous Supreme Team, Debbie Harry, and the sublime seasonal favourite from Waitresses. The second disc opens with a stellar run of Synth-Pop including from Gary Numan, Midge Ure & Mick Karn, The Human League, Japan, Heaven 17, Thomas Dolby, and Soft Cell, before Post-Punk hits from The Undertones, Siouxsie And The Banshees, XTC and Adam & The Ants. Pop nuggets from Toyah, Marilyn, and Nik Kershaw lead into the Funk of 'Hot Water' from Level 42, Shakatak, and the rarely compiled 'Venceremos' from Working Week. The final disc opens with the massive No. 1 'It's My Party' from Dave Stewart & Barbara Gaskin, alongside Pop gold from Kim Wilde, Ultravox and Spandau Ballet. Sophisticated ballads from Tina Turner and Lionel Richie lead toward Soul-Pop from Windjammer and Kool & The Gang before a final run of heavenly Pop including Cliff Richard, Liquid Gold, and Bucks Fizz before closing with easy-listening Pop from Julio Iglesias and a winter classic from David Essex. 'NOW - Yearbook Extra 1980 - 1984: The Final Chapter' - a further and final celebration of the diversity and magic of Pop between 1980 and 1984.
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