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Wednesday, 30 December 2015

Pretenders - Pretenders II - 1981

Pretenders II is the  second album from The Pretenders, released in August 1981 on Sire Records. It was produced by Chris Thomas. The album reached No. 7 on the British charts and peaked at No. 10 in the US charts.

Listen to the Full album:

Track listing:

01. The Adultress
02. Bad Boys Get Spanked
03. Message Of Love
04. I Go To Sleep
05. Birds Of Paradise
06. Talk Of The Town
07. Pack It Up
08. Waste Not Want Not
09. Day After Day
10. Jealous Dogs
11. The English Roses
12. Louie Louie

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Thursday, 24 December 2015

Air Suppy - The Christmas Album 1987

The Christmas Album is the 10th album by Australian soft rock band Air Supply released in 1987 on Arista Records.

Listen To the Full Album:


  1. "White Christmas
  2. "The First Noel
  3. "The Little Drummer Boy
  4. "The Eyes of a Child" 
  5. "Silent Night
  6. "The Christmas Song
  7. "Sleigh Ride
  8. "Love Is All" 
  9. "Winter Wonderland
  10. "O Come All Ye Faithful

Wednesday, 23 December 2015

Go West Live Performances The Tube 1985

 Go West Live Performances The Tube 1985 performing:
2 The man in my mirror
3 Eye to Eye
4 Ball of confusion
5 Innocence
6 Don't look down


Friday, 18 December 2015

OMD Greenpeace Concert 1985

OMD Greenpeace Concert 1985

Enola Gay
Tesla girls
Julia's song
Women III
Talking loud and clear
Maid Of Orleans
La femme accident
So in love


Wednesday, 16 December 2015

Simply Red - Picture Book - 1985

Picture Book is the debut album from Simply Red released in October 1985 on Elektra Records. It was produced by Stewart Levine. The album reached No. 2 on the British charts  and peaked at No. 16 in the US charts.

Listen to the Full album:



1.Come To My Aid
2.Sad Old Red
3.Look At You Now
6.Money's Too Tight(Too Mention)
7.Holding Back The Years
8.Red Box
9.No Direction
10.Picture Book

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