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40 - Worlds Greatest 80's Hits- the only 80's hits album you'll ever need (MP3 Album) £1.99 @ Play
40 - Worlds Greatest 80's Hits- the only 80's hits album you'll ever need (MP3 Album) £1.99 @ Play

40 - Worlds Greatest 80's Hits- the only 80's hits album you'll ever need (MP3 Album) £1.99 @ Play

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That's 5p a track for some retro sounds.

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1. Ain't Nothin' Goin' On But The Rent (Originally Performed by Gwen Guthrie)
2. Going Back To My Roots (Originally Performed by Odyssey)
3. Shame (Originally Performed by Evelyn 'Champagne' King)
4. Stomp (Originally Performed by The Brothers Johnson)
5. I Wonder If I Take You Home (Originally Performed by Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam with Full Force)
6. Got To Have Your Love (Originally Performed by Mantronix)
7. Last Night a DJ Saved My Life (Originally Performed by Indeep)
8. Let's Groove (Originally Performed by Earth, Wind & Fire)
9. Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now (Originally Performed by McFadden & Whitehead)
10. Somebody Else's Guy (Originally Performed by Jocelyn Brown)
11. You Know How To Love Me (Originally Performed by Phyllis Hyman)
12. Somebody's Watching Me (Originally Performed by Rockwell)
13. Midas Touch (Originally Performed by Midnight Star)
14. Word Up! (Originally Performed by Cameo)
15. I'm Every Woman (Originally Performed by Chaka Kahn)
16. Funky Cold Medina (Originally Performed by Tone Loc)
17. White Lines (Don't Do It) (Originally Performed by Grandmaster Flash & Grandmaster Melle Mel)
18. Rapper's Delight (Originally Performed by Sugarhill Gang)
19. Ice Ice Baby (Originally Performed by Vanilla Ice)
20. Ride On Time (Originally Performed by Black Box)
21. Beat It (Originally Performed by Michael Jackson)
22. Dancing on the Ceiling (Originally Performed by Lionel Richie)
23. Funkytown (Originally Performed by Lipps, Inc.)
24. Nightshift (Originally Performed by Commodores)
25. Back To Life (However Do You Want Me) (Originally Performed by Soul II Soul)
26. Purple Rain (Originally Performed by Prince & The Revolution)
27. Father Figure (Originally Performed by George Michael)
28. Sign Your Name (Originally Performed by Terence Trent D'Arby)
29. Two People (Originally Performed by Tina Turner)
30. Upside Down (Originally Performed by Diana Ross)
31. Pump Up The Volume (Originally Performed by M/A/R/S/S/S/S)
32. Straight Up (Originally Performed by Paula Abdul)
33. Do You Wanna Funk? (Originally Performed by Sylvester)
34. Manchild (Originally Performed by Neneh Cherry)
35. Can You Feel It (Originally Performed by Jacksons)
36. Get Down On It (Originally Performed by Kool & The Gang)
37. I Feel For You (Originally Performed by Chaka Kahn)
38. Sexual Healing (Originally Performed by Marvin Gaye)
39. Boogie Nights (Originally Performed by Heatwave)
40. Good Life (Originally Performed by Inner City)

16 Comments

So these are all sung by cover artists, not the real bands? looks like it by the "originally performed by..." thing

I don't think this will be the only 80s album you'll ever need, as by the looks of it, none of these are the original tracks, but re-performed by 'The 80s Allstars', shame as there would've been some good tracks there.

So, sorry, cold from me, as you can by those 100 hits 80s collections with 100 'original' tracks for £5 most of the time, such as this one posted last week...

100 hits 80s Rewind £5 @ Play.com
Edited by: "HAL2000" 21st Mar 2011

Any OP that starts with "Word Up!" deserves to get heat, 80s Allstars or no 80s Allstars.





Except this one.

Cold from me as well.

ice ice baby was released in 1990. 80's album fail and cold from me.

Anyone remember the glory days of K-tel?

UncleWilly

Anyone remember the glory days of K-tel?




K-Tel, yeah, they did loads of compilation albums (still got some of my 70s/80s ones on vinyl), but if you didn't have enough pocket money, you could always buy one of those cheap Top of the Pops albums out of Woolworths, which were usually on bright coloured vinyl, and like this album, by cover artists, hence cheaper.And then of course, you needed your classic RONCO record cleaner to look after them all!
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3440/3243578306_93540ea90f.jpg

Original Poster

Hey..... my first love was the cover of a Top of the Pops album ;-)

HAL2000

K-Tel, yeah, they did loads of compilation albums (still got some of my … K-Tel, yeah, they did loads of compilation albums (still got some of my 70s/80s ones on vinyl), but if you didn't have enough pocket money, you could always buy one of those cheap Top of the Pops albums out of Woolworths, which were usually on bright coloured vinyl, and like this album, by cover artists, hence cheaper.And then of course, you needed your classic RONCO record cleaner to look after them all!


Hey..... my first love was the cover of a Top of the Pops album ;-)

I know what you mean, this is just for you...
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/b/b3/Top_of_the_Pops_79_album.JPG

Edited by: "HAL2000" 21st Mar 2011

forest2002

ice ice baby was released in 1990. 80's album fail and cold from me.



Of course. cold for that very reason!

Jumpingphil

Are you sure where the fail is here?



may well have been released in '89 but this is most definitely a 90's tune, plus your wiki link says released august '90. Certainly should never appear on a top 40 80's tracks, duran duran, a-ha perhaps.

Edited by: "forest2002" 27th Mar 2011

did you even read my post, forget it

why are you arguing this point? As I said I know its was recorded and first released in 89 but It IS known by everyone as a song from the 90's as it only became famous after its te-release. This place really grates on me when you have ***** like you that feel they need to argue every needless point for the sake of getting one up on people, take a day off.

its deffo you

Not the best selection hence price but lack of original artists means this is Cold
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