Various Artists: NOW – Yearbook Extra 1983 (3CD)

NOW – Yearbook Extra 1983 (3CD)

Various Artists

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  • Release Date 10 December 2021
Product code
CDYBENOW83
Format
Triple CD Album
Label
NOW Music

NOW Music are delighted to present NOW – Yearbook Extra 1983 featuring 60 additional tracks from the stellar pop goldmine that was 1983. Released as a limited edition 3-disc set, we hope the collectors will find it a great compliment to their collection – and the more casual pop lovers will enjoy re-visiting some of the lesser-compiled hits from the year. Huge hits from legendary artists including Wham!, Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson, Elton John, The Police, and Eurythmics are followed by pop gems from Paul Young, Spandau Ballet, Culture Club, Tears For Fears and The Kinks. Blockbuster albums produced multiple hit singles, and ‘Extra’ allows us to include ‘Tell Her About It’ from Billy Joel, ‘Please Don’t Make Me Cry’ from UB40, and ‘Rosanna’ from Toto. Disc 2 includes some of the alternative artists who were becoming chart regulars - The Cure, Echo And The Bunnymen, and U2, and synth-pop stars including Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark, Japan, Soft Cell, and Heaven 17, plus New Order’s genre defying ‘Confusion’… before concluding with electro-dance from Shalamar, and ‘Maniac’ from the years’ huge soundtrack ‘Flashdance’. It’s all about pure pop to begin disc 3, with Agnetha Fältskog’s first solo single since ABBA, alongside Kim Wilde, Thompson Twins, Shakin' Stevens, Jo Boxers, Tracie, and Donna Summer’s collaboration with Musical Youth. Kenny Everett made us laugh in 1983, and two of his well-loved characters feature on his Top 10 single from the year which is also included. We wrap things up with some pop-rock hits from Status Quo, Meat Loaf, Big Country and a big year-end smash from Slade. 60 fabulous moments in pop history – to be filed alongside NOW - Yearbook 1983, enjoy this EXTRA helping!

Tracks
CD 1
1 Wham! – Wham Rap! (Enjoy What You Do?)  
2 Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson – Say Say Say  
3 Elton John – I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues  
4 The Police – Wrapped Around Your Finger  
5 Eurythmics, Annie Lennox, Dave Stewart - Who's That Girl?  
6 Paul Young – Come Back And Stay  
7 Spandau Ballet – Communication  
8 Culture Club – Church Of The Poison Mind  
9 Tears For Fears ¬– Change  
10 Nick Heyward – Blue Hat For A Blue Day  
11 Billy Joel – Tell Her About It  
12 The Kinks – Come Dancing  
13 The Style Council – Speak Like A Child  
14 Madness – The Sun And The Rain  
15 UB40 – Please Don't Make Me Cry  
16 Elvis Costello & The Attractions – Everyday I Write The Book  
17 Patti Austin & James Ingram – Baby, Come To Me  
18 Daryl Hall & John Oates – Family Man  
19 Toto – Rosanna  
20 Yes – Owner Of A Lonely Heart  
Tracks
CD 2
1 U2 – Two Hearts Beat As One  
2 Echo And The Bunnymen – Never Stop  
3 Aztec Camera – Walk Out To Winter  
4 The Creatures – Right Now  
5 The Cure – The Walk  
6 New Order – Confusion  
7 Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark – Genetic Engineering  
8 Thompson Twins – Love On Your Side  
9 Kajagoogoo – Ooh To Be Ah  
10 Heaven 17 – Come Live With Me  
11 H2O – Dream To Sleep  
12 Japan – All Tomorrow’s Parties  
13 Tears For Fears – The Way You Are  
14 Annabel Lamb – Riders On The Storm  
15 Kissing The Pink – The Last Film  
16 Soft Cell – Soul Inside  
17 Michael Sembello – Maniac  
18 Shalamar – Disappearing Act  
19 David Joseph – You Can't Hide (Your Love From Me)  
20 Level 42 – The Sun Goes Down (Living It Up)  
Tracks
CD 3
1 Agnetha Fältskog – The Heat Is On  
2 Donna Summer & Musical Youth – Unconditional Love  
3 Tracey Ullman – Breakaway  
4 Jo Boxers – Boxerbeat  
5 Roman Holliday – Don't Try To Stop It  
6 Tracie – The House That Jack Built  
7 Shakin' Stevens – Cry Just A Little Bit  
8 Kim Wilde – Love Blonde  
9 Nick Heyward – Take That Situation  
10 Limahl – Only For Love  
11 Modern Romance – Walking In The Rain  
12 Toyah – The Vow  
13 Thompson Twins – We Are Detective  
14 Bucks Fizz – When We Were Young  
15 The Kids From "Fame" – Friday Night  
16 Kenny Everett – Snot Rap  
17 Status Quo – Marguerita Time  
18 Meat Loaf – Midnight At The Lost And Found  
19 Big Country – Fields Of Fire (400 Miles)  
20 Slade – My Oh My