The Reissue Thread!

Don't know if this has been mentioned already... they could have done better with the artwork, but it's a near flawless tracklist, and always great to see the lesser used but no less brilliant Amazulu, Princess, Spagna et al being remembered!

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Release date: 10 May, 2024

Ladies Of The 80s Collected highlights the best of the Eighties with groups and artists scoring #1 hits all over the world. Tracks include the #1 hit “How Will I Know” by Whitney Houston, Pat Benatar’s “Love Is A Battefield”, Kylie Minogue’s sing-a-long “I Should Be So Lucky”, Prince protégé Sheila E.’s “The Glamorous Life”, teenage popstars songs by Debbie Gibson’s “Only In My Dreams” , Tiffany’s “I Think We’re Alone Now” next to pop- songs by The Bangles’ “Manic Monday”, Propaganda’s “Duel” plus 19 more tracks from the “Ladies Of The 80s”.
Ladies Of The 80s Collected is available as a limited edition of 2000 copies on red coloured vinyl and includes an insert.

Tracklist:

SIDE A
1. Pat Benatar - Love Is A Battefield
2. Eurythmics - There Must Be An Angel (Playing With My Heart)
3. Whitney Houston - How Will I Know
4. Kylie Minogue - I Should Be So Lucky
5. Kim Wilde - You Came
6. The Pointer Sisters - Automatic

SIDE B
1. Sheila E. - The Glamorous Life
2. Debbie Gibson - Only In My Dreams
3. Sandra - Maria Magdalena
4. The Bangles - Manic Monday
5. Sister Sledge - Frankie
6. Samantha Fox - Touch Me (I Want Your Body)
7. Martika - Toy Soldiers

SIDE C
1. Mel & Kim - Respectable
2. Propaganda - Duel
3. Laura Branigan - Self Control
4. Tracey Ullman - They Don’t Know
5. Alison Moyet - All Cried Out
6. Mary Jane Girls - In My House
7. Taylor Dayne - Tell It To My Heart

SIDE D
1. Tiffany - I Think We’re Alone Now
2. Pepsi & Shirlie - Heartache
3. Princess - Say I’m Your Number One
4. Paula Abdul - Straight Up
5. T’Pau - Heart And Soul
6. Amazulu - Too Good To Be Forgotten
7. Spgana - Call Me
 
Don't know if this has been mentioned already... they could have done better with the artwork, but it's a near flawless tracklist, and always great to see the lesser used but no less brilliant Amazulu, Princess, Spagna et al being remembered!

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Release date: 10 May, 2024

Ladies Of The 80s Collected highlights the best of the Eighties with groups and artists scoring #1 hits all over the world. Tracks include the #1 hit “How Will I Know” by Whitney Houston, Pat Benatar’s “Love Is A Battefield”, Kylie Minogue’s sing-a-long “I Should Be So Lucky”, Prince protégé Sheila E.’s “The Glamorous Life”, teenage popstars songs by Debbie Gibson’s “Only In My Dreams” , Tiffany’s “I Think We’re Alone Now” next to pop- songs by The Bangles’ “Manic Monday”, Propaganda’s “Duel” plus 19 more tracks from the “Ladies Of The 80s”.
Ladies Of The 80s Collected is available as a limited edition of 2000 copies on red coloured vinyl and includes an insert.

Tracklist:

SIDE A
1. Pat Benatar - Love Is A Battefield
2. Eurythmics - There Must Be An Angel (Playing With My Heart)
3. Whitney Houston - How Will I Know
4. Kylie Minogue - I Should Be So Lucky
5. Kim Wilde - You Came
6. The Pointer Sisters - Automatic

SIDE B
1. Sheila E. - The Glamorous Life
2. Debbie Gibson - Only In My Dreams
3. Sandra - Maria Magdalena
4. The Bangles - Manic Monday
5. Sister Sledge - Frankie
6. Samantha Fox - Touch Me (I Want Your Body)
7. Martika - Toy Soldiers

SIDE C
1. Mel & Kim - Respectable
2. Propaganda - Duel
3. Laura Branigan - Self Control
4. Tracey Ullman - They Don’t Know
5. Alison Moyet - All Cried Out
6. Mary Jane Girls - In My House
7. Taylor Dayne - Tell It To My Heart

SIDE D
1. Tiffany - I Think We’re Alone Now
2. Pepsi & Shirlie - Heartache
3. Princess - Say I’m Your Number One
4. Paula Abdul - Straight Up
5. T’Pau - Heart And Soul
6. Amazulu - Too Good To Be Forgotten
7. Spgana - Call Me
Bananarama???
 
Bananarama???
...Madonna??? Cyndi??? Belinda??? Grace??? etc

It is a shame to not have them, but the Nana exclusion does not make this any less a near flawless tracklist. One of the many great things about the '80's was the number of amazing female artists, so perhaps we'll get a volume 2 someday and if excluding some of the ever-present means we get some airtime for artists who rarely get a look in, then I'm all for it! Justice for Audrey Hall! Free Taffy! Mai Tai rights! etc
 
Oasis - Supersonic - 30th Anniversary CD Single. Out Apr 12
Released to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Oasis’ seminal debut single Supersonic – limited-edition collector’s formats including a replica of the original CD single and a pearl coloured, numbered 7”.

1. Supersonic
2. Take Me Away
3. I Will Believe (Live)
4. Columbia (White Label Demo)
 
Dolby Atmos mixes in physical Blu-ray format
Alanis and Hootie out now.
Fleetwood Mac and Doors out on April 26.

Alanis Morissette, Jagged Little Pill
  1. "All I Really Want"
  2. "You Oughta Know"
  3. "Perfect"
  4. "Hand In My Pocket"
  5. "Right Through You"
  6. "Forgiven"
  7. "You Learn"
  8. "Head Over Feet"
  9. "Mary Jane"
  10. "Ironic"
  11. "Not The Doctor"
  12. "Wake Up"
Hootie & The Blowfish, Cracked Rear View
  1. "Hannah Jane"
  2. "Hold My Hand"
  3. "Let Her Cry"
  4. "Only Wanna Be With You"
  5. "Running From An Angel"
  6. "I'm Goin' Home"
  7. "Drowning"
  8. "Time"
  9. "Look Away"
  10. "Not Even The Trees"
  11. "Goodbye"
  12. "Motherless Child"
Fleetwood Mac, Rumours
  1. "Second Hand News"
  2. "Dreams"
  3. "Never Going Back Again"
  4. "Don't Stop"
  5. "Go Your Own Way"
  6. "Songbird"
  7. "The Chain"
  8. "You Make Loving Fun"
  9. "Oh Daddy"
  10. "Gold Dust Woman"
  11. "Silver Springs"
The Doors, The Best of The Doors
  1. "Break On Through (To The Other Side)"
  2. "Light My Fire"
  3. "The Crystal Ship"
  4. "People Are Strange"
  5. "Strange Days"
  6. "Love Me Two Times"
  7. "Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)"
  8. "Five To One"
  9. "Waiting For The Sun"
  10. "Spanish Caravan"
  11. "When The Music's Over"
  12. "Hello, I Love You"
  13. "Roadhouse Blues"
  14. "L.A. Woman"
  15. "Riders On The Storm"
  16. "Touch Me"
  17. "Love Her Madly"
  18. "The Unknown Soldier"
  19. "The End"
 
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