Disco music is the sound of hedonism and happiness. Full of seduction and freedom. The 80's was a decade of rebirth that reminds us of our most memorable moments and Back To The Disco Hits Of The 80's is the album that embodies the sound of that era.
No less than 144 lesser known tracks from throughout the 1980s. OK, there are a few big hits on here such as Spandau Ballet's True, Ultravox's Vienna, Blondie's Atomic, Duran Duran's Girls On Film to name a few, but my love of this mega 80s multi CD box set are all the tunes that you won't find on every other 80s compilation album around.
A Collection of superhits of the 80's including such bands as Duran Duran, a-ha, Yes, Erasure and many others.
The British trio Johnny Hates Jazz had Spandau Ballet's striking attire, clean-cut looks, and knack for smooth, glossy pop songs that were more soulful than the critics gave them credit for. Unfortunately, like Spandau Ballet Johnny Hates Jazz were stigmatized in the U.S. by an omnipresent hit that burned out interest in the group before the rest of their discography had the chance to be heard. Johnny Hates Jazz was formed in 1986 by Clark Datchler (vocals, piano), Calvin Hayes (keyboards), and Mike Nocito (bass). Named after a friend who despised jazz, Johnny Hates Jazz released their first single, "Me and My Foolish Heart," on RAK Records that year…
UK 40-track 2-CD album set featuring a collection of 80's Club Classics including hits by Oliver Cheatham, Sister Sledge, Luther Vandross, Shalamar, Gwen Guthrie, Chaka Khan and many more….
This exceptional 3CD set features the biggest hits and most sought after extended mixes that were so special to the 80s. The biggest artists of the era are featured including Wham!, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Human League, Tears For Fears, Soft Cell and Spandau Ballet. It includes many sought after mixes including the Dance Mix of Sledgehammer, the Night Version of Girls On Film, The Extended Version of All Cried Out and the 12inch New York Mix of Relax.