Super 20 is the second compilation by French singer Amanda Lear released on BMG-Ariola in 1989. This is also the first compilation available in West Germany and in South Africa.
This was the first collection of Lear's songs from her time with Ariola to be released on new digital format compact disc, and includes songs from "I Am a Photograph", "Sweet Revenge", "Never Trust a Pretty Face", "Diamonds for Breakfast", "Incognito" and the 1982 non-album single "Fever". This Compilation also contains 7" Edit of "Fashion Pack (Studio 54)", "Fabulous, Lover Love Me" and "Diamonds".
Amanda Lear first surfaced in the early '70s as a fetishistically clothed album-cover model for Roxy Music. She was said to be a transsexual but, as she told Interview magazine, that was just a ruse dreamed up by her sponsor, David Bowie, to draw attention. Her importance to disco fans, however, began in 1977, when she recorded I Am a Photograph in Germany with production help from Tony Monn…
Let Me Entertain You is the eighteenth studio album by Amanda Lear, released in May 2016. This new album was conceived as a musical, browsing through new songs and covers her life and personality. What is immediately striking, is the large variation in the songs and the music types on this brand new album. Amanda Lear sings cabaret (Let Me Entertain You), disco (Macho Man), chanson (La Rumeur), Italian pop (Prima Del Tuo Cuore), dance (The Best Is Yet To Come), evergreens (Smile)… There are new tracks (The Actress, Catwalk), there are cover versions of famous songs (Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, For Me Formidable) and there are modern remakes of old Lear hits (Follow Me, Fashion Pack).
The return of Amanda Lear to dance music. An album containing remixes by some top Italian and English DJ, including a special DJ: Boy George! Including a cover of "Back To Black" by Amy Winehouse, "Always On My Mind" by Pet Shop Boys and other very good unreleased tracks.
Secret Passion is the seventh studio album by French singer Amanda Lear, first released on Carrere Records in early 1987. It included single releases "Wild Thing", a dance cover of The Troggs 1965 classic, the romantic pop ditty "Aphrodisiac" and the howlingly vampire-esque rocker "She Wolf".