Collection of essential 12" And Extended Mixes Of 80s Pop Classics, featuring Kylie Minogue, Rick Astley, Madness, The Sugarhill Gang and many more.
Collection of essential 12" and extended mixes of 80s Electro Classics, featuring artists such as Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Propaganda, Blancmange and many more.
Warner Music is proud to present 80s Metal Classics, consisting of 25 metal hits from the 1980's. Pantera, Sepultura, Ace Frehley, Foreigner, Dokken, Faith No More and much more!
Early '80s is a part of Time Life's "Solid Gold Soul" series. If You like old school, then this it the one for you. This collection has many years to choose from. Brings back all the old memories.
Famous for the quality of its musicians and the refinement of its music, the Japanese Progressive rock scene provided such prestigious representatives as Gerard (For the symphonic side), Ruins (For the Zeuhl side) or Kenso (For the jazz-rock fusion side). As far as the so-called Canterbury school is concerned, the local reference is Ain Soph. This major instrumental quartet produced some of the best gems in the genre, which is however significantly dominated by Anglo-Saxon outfits. This unique combo plays a music that combines extreme delicacy with a great technical perfection, the whole thing being illuminated by an outstanding melodic and harmonic richness…
Crimson Music is proud to present a 2CD disc of forty Top 40 Hits from the best of the decade featuring great 80s artists such as Cyndi Lauper, Toto, Pointer Sisters and Belinda Carlisle.
Essential: A masterpiece of Progressive-Rock music
Anyone’s Daughter bursts into the scene of German Symphonic-Progressive in the late 70s, with this powerful pressing.
There’s no denying the influence of Genesis, they manage to print their own stamp thanks to their effective vocalist. I’m a fan of the Anyone’s Daughter, there I read an acid criticism towards them for the bad pronunciation of English in this LP … hmm … a matter of taste. In any case, I also defend the mother tongues, but, in the subject of music, it is common knowledge that it is easier to reach everyone with the language of Wilde… hmm, I believe.