This brilliant CD series entitled "Didn't It Blow Your Mind, Soul Hits Of The 70s" is a 20-volume anthology of excellent R&B music from the 1970s. Each CD features several artists of the R&B genre, performing songs that helped to shape their generation. This is like having your very own 70s Soul Music party. Great R&B classics don't get any better than this, and Rhino brings it to you in one amazing, top-knotch series.
3 CD Set, 60 great tracks. Mott The Hoople, Roxy Music, Electric Light Orchestra, The Sweet, Bay City Rollers, Smokie, Mud, Suzi Quatro, Steeleye Span, Madness, XTC, Blondie, The Hollies, Deep Purple, Hot Chocolate, The Isley Brothers, Earth Wind & Fire, Boney M, David Essex, Middle Of The Road, Dr. Hook, Gladys Knight & The Pips, T-Connection and more, and more.
Bravo Hits is a series of music compilations with the latest hits from the European charts and is published regularly on CD since 1992. The "founder" of the series was the popular youth magazine Bravo. In addition to the main series Bravo Hits, with currently 84 release in the series also appeared on the Bravo: The Hits (before - Bravo: Best Of) and Bravo Black Hits. During 1994-2003 there was a third branch - Bravo Super Show. Bravo Hits collections are always popular among music lovers in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Czech Republic… Each new release is automatically in first place in the charts of assorted albums of these countries.
120 hits in funk, soul, disco is an 8-disc edition released by Dutch label Disky.
100 Hits begins with some songs that might be termed new romantic, then shifts into non-romantic synth pop, then sophisti-pop, and then, suddenly, it looks more like a compilation more accurately classified as "'80s pop, alternative, and mainstream." Like the other sets in the 100 Hits series from the U.K.'s EMI-funded Demon label, 100 Hits: The New Romantics features 20 songs on each one of its five discs and provides a big chunk of music for a small price. This is ideal for hoarders who care more about obtaining a wide swath of songs on a budget than focused track lists with nice packaging. Most of the tracks were, indeed, hits, new romantic or not. Duran Duran's "Planet Earth," Japan's "Ghosts," the Human League's "Sound of the Crowd," and Thomas Dolby's "Hyperactive!" are among the highlights.