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Jul 24, 2015 | Tenor Saxophonist James Brandon Lewis Releases Days Of FreeMan, A Tribute To His Hip-Hop Roots -- Album Available Now

"I didn't grow up a hip-hop head, but where I grew up in Buffalo, New York, on Freeman Street, the sound of 1990s hip-hop was ubiquitous," James Brandon Lewis says. "I decided to go back and explore that time through music."

Jul 24, 2015

NEW YORK, July 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Visionary composer and tenor saxophonist James Brandon Lewis's bravest, yet most palpable artistic feat, Days Of FreeMan, opens with a poignant and profound introductory monologue from a maternal sage. She says: "The best thing of living is living who you are. You can't be somebody else; you gotta be what God gave you to be and who you are. You look in the mirror and see yourself and say 'I'm James Brandon Lewis."' Next, bass and drums congeal around the sapphire melodic motif of "Brother 1976," recalling one of those jazzy jewel-like hooks from a 1990s Native Tongue hip-hop jam. The effect is like 1990s hip-hop's fascination with jazz being spit back by a prodigious jazz innovator. Welcome to Days Of FreeMan (OKeh) available July 24, 2015.

For his third album, James uses ideas from 1990s hip-hop to masterfully weave together threads of cultural identity, cross-generational identity, and personal reflection.

Days Of FreeMan is imaginatively organized in chapters with classic hip-hop style breaks and interludes functioning as chapter breathers. Like the cross cultural and generational mosaic on Freeman Street proper, the album invites the listener into many dialogues. It is a nod to 1990s hip-hop, and explores rhyme-scapes and the musical conventions of that golden age of hip-hop in a revolutionary way. The album also explores hip-hop as a culture through taking inspiration from the original four pillars of hip-hop: dance, rapping, graffiti, and DJ-ing.

The album also loosely functions as a memoir with an underlay of nostalgia for the carefree boyhood days of fly nicknames, basketball, and those first encounters with the transformative power of music. Adding to the power and emotionality of this thread on growing up, are pontifications on love, identity, and God peppered throughout the album, culled from informal conversations James recorded with his grandmother, Pearl Lewis.

James's immersive creative process to realize his vision for Days Of FreeMan include pouring over hip-hop documentaries for up to eight hours a day, and dissecting albums by KRS-One, Digable Planets, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, A Tribe Called Quest, Medeski, Martin & Wood, along with fearless jazz trumpeter Don Cherry's 1985 album Home Boy and Lauryn Hill's 1998 masterpiece the Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill.

How all of this preparation plays out musically is stunning. For years instrumentalists held fast to the lofty notion of "singing through the instrument," but on Days Of FreeMan, James aspires to MC through his tenor. The album's title track perfectly captures the clipped cadence of a master MC with speech-like phrases and a long flowing solo that conjures up a blazing freestyle battle rap session. "Black Ark" traces the legacy of hip-hop from the balmy and pioneering dub explorations of Lee "Scratch" Perry in Jamaica ("Black Ark" is the name of his famed studio) to the burgeoning sounds of hip-hop blaring out in the Bronx.  On "Lament for JLew," in five vigorous minutes James ties together the dual lineages of classical music to hip-hop and classical music to rock using original classical-flavored motifs to illustrate the overlaps.

The second to last track of Days Of FreeMan is the political and timely "Unarmed With A Mic" and is a reminder of hip-hop's power as a form of protest music. On this track, James plays with seething sentimentality. The album concludes with "Epilogue," a reprise of the infectious melody of the opening track "Brother 1976."

On the album, James is accompanied by drummer Rudy Royston. Both took the weighty undertaking of album deeply, researching 1990s hip-hop jams for inspiration and vision. Their attention to the vocabulary of the era James sought to explore, and their panoramic musicality and sympathetic musical skills, match James's artistic ideal to authentically and thoroughly fuse genres and cultures without pandering to trends in jazz-groove records. The record also features a guest spot from the gifted freestyle rapper Supernatural on the track "Days Of FreeMan."

Days of FreeMan is one of James Brandon Lewis's most ambitious works and his most accessible. Reflecting on this intriguing duality he says: "The artist is charged with taking creative risks, but the universe lined up this time and I was able to connect with my audience conversationally."

About James Brandon Lewis
James Brandon Lewis is one of the modern titans of the tenor sax. Hailed by Ebony Magazine as one of "7 Young Players to Watch," James has shared stages with such icons as Benny Golson, Geri Allen, Wallace Roney, Grammy® Award-winning singer Dorinda Clark Cole, and the late "Queen of Gospel Music," Albertina Walker. In bold contrast, James has also worked with such intrepid artists as Weather Report bassist Alphonso Johnson, William Parker, Gerald Cleaver, Charles Gayle, Ed Shuller, Kirk Knuffke, Jason Hwang, Marilyn Crispell, Ken Filiano, Cooper Moore, Darius Jones, Eri Yamamoto, Federico Ughi, Kenny Wessel, Marvin "Bugalu" Smith, and Sabir Mateen. In addition, he has collaborated with the dance company CircuitDebris under the direction of Mersiha Mesihovic. James attended Howard University and holds an MFA from California Institute of the Arts.

Currently, James resides in New York City where he actively gigs as a sideman and leads his own ensembles. In NYC, he is a co-founder of "Heroes Are Gang Leaders" with poet Thomas Sayers Ellis—a collective of poets and musicians—and he is a member of the collective "Dark Matter," a conceptual musical collaboration exploring that which is invisible but is detected by it's gravitational effects. Outside NYC, James is an active national and international touring artist. Some career highlights are playing such esteemed festivals as Winter Jazz Festival/OKeh Records showcase with William Parker and Gerald Cleaver; The Eric Dolphy Festival with an ensemble featuring Grachan Moncur III, Richard Davis, Andrew Cyrille, Angelica Sanchez, Ted Daniel, and Alfred Patterson; and Princeton University as part of Fred Ho's "Journey to the West," an interdisciplinary dance and music project.


1. Foreword

8. Break II

15. Break IV

2. Brother 1976

9. Wilson

16. Able Souls Dig Planets

3. Of Dark Matter

10. Lament for JLew

17. Speaking from Jupiter

4. Black Ark

11. Break III

18. Unarmed with a Mic

5. Break I

12. Bamako Love

19. Epilogue (Brother 1976)

6. Days of FreeMan

13. Boom Bap Bop

7. Bird of Folk Cries

14. Steelo



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Jul 16, 2015 | Record Company Swag Never Looked So Good!

Legacy Recordings Offers Music Fans Historic Artist and Label Merchandise Online at Shop.LegacyRecordings.Com

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Jul 16, 2015

NEW YORK, July 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, is opening up the SME archives to access 125 years-worth of creative artwork, photos and graphics to serve as source material for the most exciting line of historic record label merchandise to ever be made available to the public.

Legacy Recordings logo. Division of SONY Music Entertainment., Legacy's new online emporium, presents music fans with a variety of practical and aesthetically-pleasing merchandise offerings incorporating and/or inspired by historic label designs, logos, album covers, promotional swag, artist biographies and more.

The exclusive merchandise lines offered through incorporate artwork and design elements from contemporary and historic labels in the Sony Music family--including Columbia Records, Epic Records, Groove, Kama Sutra Records, OKeh Records, RCA Victor and Silvertone Records. 

Branded high-quality merchandise items offered include: cell phone cases for iPhone and Galaxy phones; T-shirts (adult sizes in 100% super soft combed cotton); messenger bags; mugs; magnets; journals and more.

In addition to its current offerings, will soon be making available a variety of fashionably branded home decor products including decorative pillow cases, sheets, shower curtains, duvets and fleece blankets. is currently showcasing a special Johnny Cash store offering T-shirts, mugs, magnets, photo prints, Galaxy and iPhone cases, silky fabric covered journals and messenger bags emblazoned with iconography bearing the unmistakable look of the Man In Black.

New artist collections will be regularly added to to keep music fans coming back for the best record label merchandise ever.

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Jul 16, 2015 | David Gilmour To Release New Album, "Rattle That Lock" Friday, September 18, 2015


Jul 16, 2015

NEW YORK, July 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --  David Gilmour has announced that his new solo album Rattle That Lock will be released worldwide on Friday, September 18, 2015 on Columbia Records.  The album will be available for preorder and the first single, also titled "Rattle That Lock" will be released on Friday, July 17, 2016.


Additionally David Gilmour's first North American dates in ten years were announced today.  The "David Gilmour Live 2016" concert  appearances will take place in March & April with stops in Los Angeles, Toronto, Chicago and New York. Ticket buyers will be among the first to receive the new album, as every ticket purchased online will include a Rattle That Lock CD.

The "Live 2016" appearances will be David Gilmour's first live concert dates since the "On An Island" tour in 2006, and will follow his UK and European tour this September/October. All tickets for the North American Tour dates go on sale Friday, July 17, 2015 (exact times listed below).

March 24, 2016 – Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles – on sale 12pm (PST)

March, 31 2016 – Air Canada Center, Toronto – on sale 10am (EST)

April 8, 2016 – United Center, Chicago – on sale 12pm (CST)

April 11, 2016Madison Square Garden, New York – on sale 10am (EST)

Tickets can be purchased at, at all Ticketmaster outlets, or by phone.

Rattle That Lock is David Gilmour's fourth solo album and follows his 2006 #1 in the UK record On An Island. The primary lyricist for the new album is Gilmour's long-term writing partner, Polly Samson, and it is co-produced by David Gilmour and Roxy Music's Phil Manzanera.  Rattle That Lock's striking cover has been art directed by Dave Stansbie from The Creative Corporation under the creative directorship of Aubrey Powell from Hipgnosis.

RATTLE THAT LOCK tracklisting:

  1. 5 A.M. (Gilmour)
  2. Rattle That Lock (Gilmour/Samson/Boumendil)
  3. Faces Of Stones (Gilmour)
  4. A Boat Lies Waiting (Gilmour/Samson)
  5. Dancing Right In Front Of Me (Gilmour)
  6. In Any Tongue (Gilmour/Samson)
  7. Beauty (Gilmour)
  8. The Girl In The Yellow Dress (Gilmour/Samson)
  9. Today (Gilmour/Samson)
  10. And Then.....(Gilmour)

The title track, "Rattle That Lock", will be heard for the first time on BBC Radio 2 in the UK on Friday, July 17 and will be available immediately to download and stream worldwide. The song begins with the four notes, created by Michael Boumendil, which precede announcements at French SNCF railway stations which Gilmour recorded on his iPhone at Aix-en-Prevence station.  Samson's lyrics are inspired by Book II of John Milton's Paradise Lost, which is also featured in her recent acclaimed novel, The Kindness.  The single also features The Liberty Choir and singers Mica Paris and Louise Marshall.

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Jul 15, 2015 | Legacy Recordings Set to Release 'Simon & Garfunkel - The Complete Columbia Albums Collection' on 180gram Audiophile Vinyl and 'Simon & Garfunkel: The Concert in Central Park' on CD/DVD for the First Time and 12" Vinyl

PBS to Air "Simon & Garfunkel: The Concert in Central Park" Film in August 2015

Jul 15, 2015

NEW YORK, July 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, will commemorate five decades of Simon & Garfunkel's extraordinary sound with two special career-defining collections to be released on August 7, 2015. Simon & Garfunkel - The Complete Columbia Albums Collection features six 12" LPs, newly remastered and struck on 180gram audiophile vinyl, with a 20-page booklet and photo poster, housed in a deluxe collectible library box. The long out-of-print Simon & Garfunkel: The Concert in Central Park will be available for the first time on DVD as part of a collectible CD/DVD set, as well as a 12" 180gram audiophile vinyl LP.

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Simon & Garfunkel's The Complete Columbia Albums Collection vinyl and The Concert in Central Park CD/DVD are now available for preorder:

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PBS has announced that it will air "The Concert in Central Park" (a full-length film originally broadcast on HBO in 1982) during its August Pledge Week (please check local listings).

The most comprehensive 12" vinyl Simon & Garfunkel anthology ever assembled, The Complete Columbia Albums Collection includes the duo's five Columbia Records studio masterpieces (first released between 1964 and 1970) as well as Simon and Garfunkel's Greatest Hits, their all-time best-selling title. Originally released in June 1972, two years after the duo split up, Simon and Garfunkel's Greatest Hits--a mix of 10 studio tracks (nine of them singles) and four (then) previously unreleased live recordings--sold more than 14 million copies in the US alone.

The new CD/DVD and 12" vinyl release of The Concert in Central Park (recorded in 1981) has been remastered for its CD/DVD and 12" vinyl release. Simon & Garfunkel's historic 1981 reunion concert drew more than half a million fans to New York's Central Park and was originally released as an album for Warner Bros. in February 1982.

Each of the discs housed in the Simon & Garfunkel - Complete Columbia Albums Collection comes in a 12" sleeve replicating the original album artwork. Each of the albums in the boxed collection has been remastered and struck on 180gram audiophile vinyl.

These six Columbia Records albums are the essential recordings which defined Simon & Garfunkel's distinctive harmonic sound and Paul Simon's probing lyrical sensibilities for a succession of generations who've come of age listening to the duo's culturally transformative music.

Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel, each born in 1941, grew up three blocks away from each other in Kew Garden Hills, Queens, New York and met in grade school in 1953 when they were both cast in the same school play. Simon, a guitarist and aspiring songwriter, and Garfunkel, an extraordinary singer with a pure tenor range and uncanny intonation, began performing together as "Tom and Jerry" in the mid-1950s, releasing their first professional recording in 1957.

The duo's original sound, initially influenced by the harmonies of the Everly Brothers and the insistent rockin' rhythms and poetic swing of Chuck Berry, made a quantum leap during the Greenwich Village folk music scene of the early 1960s. Paul Simon's songwriting developed along provocative and topical lines when the pair recorded Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.--their first album as "Simon & Garfunkel" and their first for Columbia Records--in 1964.

Though S&G's debut reached only a small audience when first released, one of its tracks, "The Sound of Silence"--a haunting acoustic recording illuminated by the signature solo and harmony vocal blends S&G invented and perfected--had been overdubbed with electric instruments and released to radio, unbeknownst to either Simon or Garfunkel. The electrified version of "The Sound of Silence" became a massive hit, one of the archetypal anthems of an emerging folk-rock movement. Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M. was re-released in January 1966, alongside Simon & Garfunkel's second studio album, Sounds of Silence, which included the electric hit single version of the song.

"The Sound of Silence" launched a long unbroken chain of hits and album successes for Simon & Garfunkel. "I Am a Rock," a song that first appeared on The Paul Simon Songbook, became an enormous smash in its Simon & Garfunkel incarnation.

Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme, S&G's third studio album, was released in October 1966 and generated five singles.

"Mrs. Robinson," another anthemic Paul Simon composition, became the centerpiece for the soundtrack to "The Graduate," the iconic generational film directed by Mike Nichols.

"Mrs. Robinson" was also included on Simon & Garfunkel's fourth studio album, Bookends, which hit #1 in the US and the UK, becoming the pair's first #1 album. Simon and Garfunkel upped the ante once again with Bridge Over Troubled Water, an album that hit #1 all over the world following its release in January 1970. Their fifth, and last full studio album, Bridge Over Troubled Water featured a title track that ranks with the most beautiful songs ever written, made unforgettable through one of the most emotionally uplifting vocal performances ever recorded. "Bridge Over Troubled Water" brought the two partners' gifts to their highest expression. The album has sold more than 25 million copies worldwide.

Going out on the high note of Bridge Over Troubled Water, Simon & Garfunkel broke up their musical partnership to pursue individual musical, artistic and personal directions.

Simon and Garfunkel have reunited periodically for special musical events, notably a free concert in New York's Central Park in 1981, captured in The Concert in Central Park and a select series of "Old Friends" shows in 2004.

When Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel reunited for a one-off performance on the Great Lawn of New York's Central Park in 1981, the high-profile event drew one of the largest audiences ever assembled for a single concert. The show incorporated breath-taking full-band arrangements of Simon & Garfunkel's best-loved songs into a fan's dream set-list featuring incredible selections from Paul Simon's and Art Garfunkel's solo repertoires.

The 1981 Simon & Garfunkel reunion came into being when New York City officials decided to hold a free public concert to help the nonprofit Central Park Conservancy raise awareness and money for desperately needed renovations to the park, then in a state of serious decline. The right choice to headline the concert would have an enormous impact on the future of the city and the rebirth of Central Park.

Simon & Garfunkel, quintessential New Yorkers, embodied the spirit of the city, the times and generations of music lovers. "Unlike many of the Gotham-bred pop stars of their generation who made it big," wrote Stephen Holden in his review of the concert for Rolling Stone. "[Simon and Garfunkel] stayed around the city, continuing to assimilate its cultural resources, recycle them and give them back."

Simon & Garfunkel took to the Great Lawn on September 19, 1981, with a diverse set that drew upon their classic works as well as selections from Paul and Art's solo catalogs, many performed with dramatic new arrangements augmented with an expanded, 11-man band including notable session players Pete Carr (guitar), Anthony Jackson (bass), Richard Tee (piano), Rob Mounsey (synthesizers) and Steve Gadd (drums). An early rainfall did not deter audiences; an estimated 500,000 people were in attendance, exceeding initial expectations and becoming one of the largest concert audiences of all time.

In 1982, The Concert In Central Park was released as a double album and broadcast on HBO. Fans and critics were unanimous in their praise of the concert, while the duo would be inspired to embark on a world tour in the spring of that year. As the decade continued, donations inspired by the concert helped restore the park to its current state, with concerts still regularly held on the Great Lawn in the spirit of Simon & Garfunkel's magical night more than three decades ago.

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Simon & Garfunkel created one of pop music's most distinctive vocal harmony signature sounds and their biggest hits--including "The Sound of Silence" (1964), "I Am a Rock" (1965), "Homeward Bound" (1965), "Scarborough Fair/Canticle" (1966), "A Hazy Shade of Winter" (1966), "Mrs. Robinson" (1968), "Bridge over Troubled Water" (1969), "The Boxer" (1969), and "Cecilia" (1969)--have topped the charts all over the world. Simon & Garfunkel are the recipients of several Grammy Awards. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990.

Simon & Garfunkel - The Complete Columbia Albums Collection
Wednesday Morning, 3.A.M. (originally released October 19, 1964, Columbia Records)
Sounds Of Silence (originally released January 17, 1966, Columbia Records)
Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme (originally released October 10, 1966, Columbia Records)
Bookends (originally released April 3, 1968, Columbia Records)
Bridge Over Troubled Water (originally released January 26, 1970, Columbia Records)
Simon and Garfunkel's Greatest Hits (originally released June 14, 1972, Columbia Records)

Simon & Garfunkel: The Concert in Central Park (recorded September 19, 1981; originally released February 16, 1982, Warner Bros.)

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Jul 10, 2015 | NOW That's What I Call Music! Presents the Summer's Hottest Playlists with Today's Biggest Hits on NOW That's What I Call Music! Vol. 55 and Classic Pop/Rock Tracks on First-Ever NOW That's What I Call New Wave 80s!

Two New NOW! Collections Coming Friday, August 7, 2015

Jul 10, 2015

NEW YORK, July 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- NOW That's What I Call Music!, the world's best-selling multi-artist album series, is proud to announce all the major hits chosen for NOW That's What I Call Music! Vol.55 and the simultaneous release of NOW That's What I Call New Wave 80s!, the NOW brand's first foray into the post-punk alt-rock New Wave pop music universe of the 1980s featuring the songs, artists and bands that defined the look, sound and style of that era.

NOW 55 and NOW New Wave 80s, the ultimate summer playlist collections, will be available on Friday, August 7, 2015.

NOW 55 and NOW New Wave 80s, the ultimate summer playlist collections, will be available on Friday, August 7, 2015.

NOW New Wave 80s is being offered in both a standard 18-track edition and an expanded deluxe digital-only package showcasing 40 classic songs.

NOW That's What I Call Music! Vol. 55 features 16 major current hits from today's hottest artists including Ellie Goulding, Tove Lo, Jason Derulo, Fifth Harmony (featuring Kid Ink), David Guetta (featuring Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha & Afrojack), OMI, Major Lazer (with MO & DJ Snake), Skrillex & Diplo (with Justin Bieber), Pitbull (featuring Chris Brown), DJ Snake & AlunaGeorge, Nick Jonas, Maroon 5, Andy Grammer, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, and Little Big Town.

In addition, NOW 55 continues the "NOW What's Next" bonus track program with five free up-and-coming New Music Preview tracks from stars of tomorrow including Conrad Sewell, Clairity, Jidenna (featuring Roman GianArthur), All Time Low and Smallpools.

The NOW New Wave 80s standard CD and digital edition features 18 essential 80s New Wave tracks by artists including INXS, Billy Idol, The Romantics, The B-52's, Adam Ant, The Go-Go's, Thompson Twins, Berlin, General Public, The Cure, Psychedelic Furs, Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark, Echo & the Bunnymen, Big Country, R.E.M., Tears For Fears, Eurythmics, and Human League.

The expanded 40-track digital-only NOW New Wave 80s Deluxe Edition includes all the material from the standard edition with the addition of songs by Duran Duran, ABC, Scritti Politti, The Icicle Works, Dead Or Alive, Yaz, Heaven 17, Bow Wow Wow, Soft Cell, A Flock Of Seagulls, Erasure, Howard Jones, Paul Young, The Church, The Alarm, The Fixx, Wall Of Voodoo, Violent Femmes, After The Fire, Romeo Void, Missing Persons, and Scandal.

NOW That's What I Call Music! debuted in the U.S. in 1998, following 15 years of multi-platinum international success. The series has generated sales exceeding 250 million albums worldwide, including more than 96 million in the U.S. alone. All 54 previous releases in NOW's numeric U.S. series have reached Billboard's Top 10, and 19 volumes have reached No. 1.

NOW That's What I Call Music! is a joint venture from Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment.
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NOW That's What I Call Music! Vol. 55
1.         Ellie Goulding - Love Me Like You Do

2.         Tove Lo - Talking Body

3.         Jason Derulo - Want To Want Me

4.         Fifth Harmony feat. Kid Ink  - Worth It

5.         David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha & Afrojack - Hey Mama 

6.         OMI - Cheerleader

7.         Major Lazer w/MO & DJ Snake -  Lean On

8.         Skrillex & Diplo w/Justin Bieber - Where Are Ü Now

9.         Pitbull feat. Chris Brown - Fun

10.       DJ Snake & AlunaGeorge   - You Know You Like It

11.       Nick Jonas   - Chains

12.       Maroon 5   - This Summer's Gonna Hurt Like A Mother...

13.       Andy Grammer - Honey, I'm Good

14.       Taylor Swift - Style

15.       Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud

16.       Little Big Town - Girl Crush

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5 FREE tracks from hot up and coming artists!

17.       Conrad Sewell - Hold Me Up

18.       Clairity - Scarecrow

19.       Jidenna feat. Roman GianArthur - Classic Man

20.       All Time Low - Something's Gotta Give

21.       Smallpools - Dreaming

NOW That's What I Call New Wave 80s! (standard edition)

  1.       INXS  - The One Thing

  2.       Billy Idol - Rebel Yell

  3.       The Romantics - What I Like About You

  4.       The B-52's - Private Idaho

  5.       Adam Ant - Desperate But Not Serious

  6.       The Go-Go's - We Got The Beat

  7.       Thompson Twins - Lies

  8.       Berlin - The Metro

  9.       General Public - Tenderness

10.       The Cure - Just Like Heaven

11.       Psychedelic Furs - Love My Way

12.       Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark - If You Leave

13.       Echo & the Bunnymen - Lips Like Sugar

14.       Big Country - In A Big Country

15.       R.E.M. - The One I Love

16.       Tears For Fears - Mad World

17.       Eurythmics - Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) 

18.       Human League - Don't You Want Me

NOW That's What I Call New Wave 80s! (Deluxe Edition, Digital-Only)

  1.       INXS  - The One Thing

  2.       Billy Idol  -  Rebel Yell

  3.       The Romantics  -  What I Like About You

  4.       The B-52's  -  Private Idaho

  5.       Adam Ant  -  Desperate But Not Serious

  6.       The Go-Go's  -  We Got The Beat

  7.       Thompson Twins  -  Lies

  8.       Berlin  -  The Metro

  9.       General Public  -  Tenderness

10.       The Cure  -  Just Like Heaven

11.       Psychedelic Furs  -  Love My Way

12.       Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark  -  If You Leave

13.       Echo & the Bunnymen  -  Lips Like Sugar

14.       Big Country  -  In A Big Country

15.       R.E.M.  -  The One I Love

16.       Tears For Fears  -  Mad World

17.       Eurythmics  -  Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) 

18.       Human League  -  Don't You Want Me

19.       Duran Duran  -  Planet Earth

20.       ABC  - The Look of Love

21.       Scritti Politti  -  Perfect Way

22.       The Icicle Works  -  Whisper to a Scream

23.       Dead Or Alive  -  You Spin Me Round

24.       Yaz  - Don't Go

25.       Heaven 17  -  Let Me Go

26.       Bow Wow Wow  -  I Want Candy

27.       Soft Cell  -  Tainted Love

28.       A Flock Of Seagulls  -  I Ran

29.       Erasure  - Chains of Love

30.       Howard Jones  -  What Is Love

31.       Paul Young  -  Come Back and Stay

32.       The Church  -  Under the Milky Way

33.       The Alarm  -  Rain in the Summertime

34.       The Fixx  -  Are We Ourselves?

35.       Wall Of Voodoo  -  Mexican Radio

36.       Violent Femmes  -  Blister In the Sun

37.       After The Fire  -  Der Kommissar

38.       Romeo Void  -  Never Say Never

39.       Missing Persons  -  Words

40.       Scandal  - Goodbye to You


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