Various - The Best Of '80s Pop: Let's Dance album download
|1||–Madness||One Step Beyond|
|3||–Fine Young Cannibals||She Drives Me Crazy|
|5||–Peter Schilling||Major Tom (Coming Home)|
|6||–Erasure||Chains Of Love|
|7||–Howard Jones||New Song|
|8||–Stacey Q||Two Of Hearts|
|9||–Debbie Gibson||Shake Your Love|
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Let's Dance - David Bowie 49. I'm Coming Out - Diana Ross 50. Heartbeat - Taana Gardner 51. Let It Whip - Dazz Band 52. Kiss - Prince & The New Power Generation 53. Let's Hear It For the Boy - Deniece Williams 54. You Spin Me Around (Like a Record) - Dead or Alive 55. Whip It! . These songs represent the greatest electronic dance and jam (dance-based pop-rock) songs of the 1980s. Billie Jean - Michael Jackson.
Let's Dance is the 15th studio album by David Bowie. It was originally released in April 1983, almost three years after his previous album, Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)
Opener Never Let Me Down Again is a banger with singer David Gahan at his best, meant for high volume and complete with Led Zeppelin drum samples. Guitars and Peter Hook’s signature bass lines remain but the tone is anchored by atmospheric synths that fit the darker emotions of the album.
16. The Beatmasters - "Hey DJ/I Can't Dance (To That Music You're Playing)" (feat Betty Boo). Best music store: 5 time winners. Help & Information.
Track 2-6 named "You Are My World (12" Remix)" on release, but mostly didn't have a remix name or had "Extended Version" on the original 12"s. The 2cd versions of The Very Best Of Jimmy Somerville, Bronski Beat And The Communards had "12" Remix" though. Track 2-7 has been named correctly Track 2-8 is shorter by 50 seconds than the usual "Extended Remix" usually found on the original Owner Of A Lonely Heart 12"s. Track 2-9 has been named correctly
Michael Jackson's seminal "Thriller," David Bowie's effortlessly cool "Let's Dance," and a-ha's epic "The Sun Always Shines on TV" are the highlights from the superior first disc; Soul II Soul's string-soaked "Back to Life," the Pasadenas' Motown-inspired "Tribute (Right On)," and Yazz's joyously uplifting "The Only Way Is Up" are the standouts.
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