Lear, previously known as a Roxy Music album cover model and a protégé of Salvador Dali, appears here as a cabaret countess. She enunciates sexually naughty suggestions in a smoke-and-velvet rasp. Her best subversions hit a dancer's most salacious fantasies dead on. Most of these songs support their studied lewdness with absurdly different music, creating tangible friction (e.g., "Alligator" – funk bottom, frothy violins on top) that makes Lear's tape-loop voice feel even naughtier. All of Lear's tempos assault disco norms, either as sleaze or ultra-fast high-energy. An album not to be missed…
This album is so cool and Amanda Lear is always involved in great projects, be it music, theatre, art, fashion, movies, tv, fiction. She and Dolly Parton are way beyond divadom, they both have given so much to this planet that, frankly, is kinda a strange one…
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".
Tam-Tam is the sixth studio album by French singer Amanda Lear, released in December, 1983 by West German label Ariola-Eurodisc. It became Lear's final Munich recordings for Ariola.
This edition includes five bonus tracks.
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".
Heart is the twelfth studio album by French singer Amanda Lear, released on October 2001 by Marais Prod. The album was first issued in late 2001, her first full-length release since 1995's Alter Ego, and also her first ever album to be recorded entirely in France.