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NOW is proud to present the next instalment in our ongoing 'Yearbook' series - NOW - Yearbook 1988 with 82 tracks across 4CDs, celebrating this eclectic year in Pop. CD 1 opens with George Michael's stellar smash 'Father Figure', followed by huge hits from Kim Wilde, Belinda Carlisle, Duran Duran, and Eurythmics. A top year for Synth-driven Pop magic is showcased in the next run of hits, including the #1 from Pet Shop Boys ('Heart'), New Order's revisited 'Blue Monday '88', a-ha's 'Stay On These Roads', and Yello's smash 'The Race'. Aztec Camera's 'Somewhere In My Heart' leads into timeless radio-friendly Pop from Danny Wilson, The Communards, and Scritti Politti, and includes debut successes for Fairground Attraction and Tanita Tikaram. Reggae-Pop from UB40 & Chrissie Hynde and a gorgeous cover from Everything But The Girl ('I Don't Want To Talk About It') prelude two of the year's most sophisticated tracks from Sade and Sting. CD 2 kicks off with a stunning line up of pure Pop gold from Kylie Minogue with her debut 'I Should Be So Lucky', along with Bananarama, Rick Astley, Jason Donovan, Bros and The Timelords. Huge Dance tunes follow, including the #1s from S'Express ('Theme From S-Express'), and Yazz & The Plastic Population ('The Only Way Is Up'), and floor-fillers from Inner City and Womack & Womack, plus U.S. Power Pop from Jane Wiedlin, The Beach Boys, The Bangles, and a huge ballad from Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine, before the disc comes to a close with one of Elton John's most loved classics; 'Candle In The Wind' - a hit again in 1988 as a live recording. Established chart greats and Rock legends returned to the charts in '88; Bruce Springsteen, Cher, Bon Jovi, Iron Maiden, Billy Idol, and Siouxsie And The Banshees, with their peerless 'Peek-A-Boo', are all featured on CD 3, plus the introductory hit 'Mandinka' from Sinéad O'Connor. Up next are Pop-Reggae favourites from Maxi Priest ('Wild World') and Aswad ('Don't Turn Around'), followed by exceptional soulful vocals from Will Downing with 'A Love Supreme' and Mica Paris' 'My One Temptation', before Whitney Houston closes with her #1 'One Moment In Time'. Pet Shop Boys, Kylie Minogue, Kim Wilde, and Bananarama make their second appearance on CD 4, as well as the Pet Shop Boys-produced smash for Eighth Wonder 'I'm Not Scared', together with Desireless' worldwide hit 'Voyage Voyage', Hazell Dean's Hi-NRG cover of 'Who's Leaving Who', infectious Pop from Dollar and Transvision Vamp, rap from Wee Papa Girl Rappers, and Salt-N-Pepa's 'Push It' - which sounds just as fresh today as it did in '88. Wet Wet Wet's chart-topping cover of The Beatles' 'With A Little Help From My Friends', follows, and successful chart debuts are celebrated here with Sabrina's 'Boys (Summertime Love)', Taylor Dayne's floor-filler 'Tell It To My Heart', Debbie Gibson's 'Only In My Dreams', and not forgetting Tiffany topping the chart with her first UK single aged 16 with 'I Think We're Alone Now'. The Yearbook closes with two massive hits: Angry Anderson's anthemic 'Suddenly', which soundtracked the tv wedding of the year on 'Neighbours', and Cliff Richard's Christmas #1, 'Mistletoe And Wine'. NOW - Yearbook 1988 - the perfect addition to every music collection - a celebration of the diversity and wonderful creativity of a truly stellar year in Pop
NOW is proud to present the next instalment in our ongoing 'Yearbook' series - NOW - Yearbook 1988 with 82 tracks across 4CDs, celebrating this eclectic year in Pop. CD 1 opens with George Michael's stellar smash 'Father Figure', followed by huge hits from Kim Wilde, Belinda Carlisle, Duran Duran, and Eurythmics. A top year for Synth-driven Pop magic is showcased in the next run of hits, including the #1 from Pet Shop Boys ('Heart'), New Order's revisited 'Blue Monday '88', a-ha's 'Stay On These Roads', and Yello's smash 'The Race'. Aztec Camera's 'Somewhere In My Heart' leads into timeless radio-friendly Pop from Danny Wilson, The Communards, and Scritti Politti, and includes debut successes for Fairground Attraction and Tanita Tikaram. Reggae-Pop from UB40 & Chrissie Hynde and a gorgeous cover from Everything But The Girl ('I Don't Want To Talk About It') prelude two of the year's most sophisticated tracks from Sade and Sting. CD 2 kicks off with a stunning line up of pure Pop gold from Kylie Minogue with her debut 'I Should Be So Lucky', along with Bananarama, Rick Astley, Jason Donovan, Bros and The Timelords. Huge Dance tunes follow, including the #1s from S'Express ('Theme From S-Express'), and Yazz & The Plastic Population ('The Only Way Is Up'), and floor-fillers from Inner City and Womack & Womack, plus U.S. Power Pop from Jane Wiedlin, The Beach Boys, The Bangles, and a huge ballad from Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine, before the disc comes to a close with one of Elton John's most loved classics; 'Candle In The Wind' - a hit again in 1988 as a live recording. Established chart greats and Rock legends returned to the charts in '88; Bruce Springsteen, Cher, Bon Jovi, Iron Maiden, Billy Idol, and Siouxsie And The Banshees, with their peerless 'Peek-A-Boo', are all featured on CD 3, plus the introductory hit 'Mandinka' from Sinéad O'Connor. Up next are Pop-Reggae favourites from Maxi Priest ('Wild World') and Aswad ('Don't Turn Around'), followed by exceptional soulful vocals from Will Downing with 'A Love Supreme' and Mica Paris' 'My One Temptation', before Whitney Houston closes with her #1 'One Moment In Time'. Pet Shop Boys, Kylie Minogue, Kim Wilde, and Bananarama make their second appearance on CD 4, as well as the Pet Shop Boys-produced smash for Eighth Wonder 'I'm Not Scared', together with Desireless' worldwide hit 'Voyage Voyage', Hazell Dean's Hi-NRG cover of 'Who's Leaving Who', infectious Pop from Dollar and Transvision Vamp, rap from Wee Papa Girl Rappers, and Salt-N-Pepa's 'Push It' - which sounds just as fresh today as it did in '88. Wet Wet Wet's chart-topping cover of The Beatles' 'With A Little Help From My Friends', follows, and successful chart debuts are celebrated here with Sabrina's 'Boys (Summertime Love)', Taylor Dayne's floor-filler 'Tell It To My Heart', Debbie Gibson's 'Only In My Dreams', and not forgetting Tiffany topping the chart with her first UK single aged 16 with 'I Think We're Alone Now'. The Yearbook closes with two massive hits: Angry Anderson's anthemic 'Suddenly', which soundtracked the tv wedding of the year on 'Neighbours', and Cliff Richard's Christmas #1, 'Mistletoe And Wine'. NOW - Yearbook 1988 - the perfect addition to every music collection - a celebration of the diversity and wonderful creativity of a truly stellar year in Pop
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Now Yearbook 1988 / Various (Uk)
Artist: Now Yearbook 1988 / Various
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DISC: 1

1. George Michael - Father Figure
2. Belinda Carlisle - Heaven Is A Place On Earth
3. Kim Wilde - You Came
4. Duran Duran - I Don't Want Your Love
5. Eurythmics, Annie Lennox, Dave Stewart - You Have Placed A Chill In My Heart
6. Pet Shop Boys - Heart
7. New Order - Blue Monday '88
8. Yello - The Race
9. a-ha - Stay On These Roads
10. The Adventures - Broken Land
11. Aztec Camera - Somewhere In My Heart
12. Tanita Tikaram - Good Tradition
13. Fairground Attraction - Perfect
14. Danny Wilson - Mary's Prayer
15. The Communards - There's More To Love (Than Boy Meets Girl)
16. Scritti Politti - Oh Patti (Don't Feel Sorry For Loverboy)
17. UB40 ; Chrissie Hynde - Breakfast In Bed
18. Everything But The Girl - I Don't Want To Talk About It
19. Sade - Love Is Stronger Than Pride
20. Sting - Fragile
21. Kylie Minogue - I Should Be So Lucky
22. Bananarama - I Want You Back
23. Rick Astley - Together Forever
24. Jason Donovan - Nothing Can Divide Us
25. Brother Beyond - The Harder I Try
26. Bros - I Owe You Nothing
27. The Timelords - Doctorin' The Tardis
28. Bomb The Bass - Beat Dis
29. Yazz ; The Plastic Population - The Only Way Is Up
30. S'Express - Theme From S-Express
31. Inner City - Good Life
32. Womack ; Womack - Teardrops
33. Climie Fisher - Love Changes (Everything)
34. Breathe - Hands To Heaven
35. Glenn Medeiros - Nothing's Gonna Change My Love For You
36. The Beach Boys - Kokomo
37. Belinda Carlisle - Circle In The Sand
38. Jane Wiedlin - Rush Hour
39. The Bangles - Hazy Shade Of Winter
40. Gloria Estefan / Miami Sound Machine - Anything For You
41. Elton John - Candle In The Wind (Live)
42. Bruce Springsteen - Tougher Than The Rest
43. Deacon Blue - Real Gone Kid
44. Bon Jovi - Bad Medicine
45. Iron Maiden - Can I Play With Madness
46. Pat Benatar - All Fired Up
47. Billy Idol - Hot In The City
48. Sinéad O'Connor - Mandinka
49. Siouxsie And The Banshees - Peek-A-Boo
50. The Mission - Tower Of Strength
51. All About Eve - Martha's Harbour
52. Cher - I Found Someone
53. Heart - These Dreams
54. Robin Beck - First Time
55. Maxi Priest - Wild World
56. Aswad - Don't Turn Around
57. Will Downing - A Love Supreme
58. Mica Paris - My One Temptation
59. Sananda Maitreya - Sign Your Name
60. Brenda Russell - Piano In The Dark
61. Whitney Houston - One Moment In Time
62. Pet Shop Boys - Left To My Own Devices
63. Eighth Wonder - I'm Not Scared
64. Dollar - O L'Amour
65. Desireless - Voyage Voyage
66. Sabrina - Boys (Summertime Love)
67. Hazell Dean - Who's Leaving Who
68. Kylie Minogue - The Loco-Motion
69. Debbie Gibson - Only In My Dreams
70. Tiffany - I Think We're Alone Now
71. Kim Wilde - Never Trust A Stranger
72. Transvision Vamp - I Want Your Love
73. Bros - When Will I Be Famous?
74. Wet Wet Wet - With A Little Help From My Friends
75. Wee Papa Girl Rappers - Wee Rule
76. Salt-N-Pepa - Push It
77. Pebbles - Girlfriend
78. Natalie Cole - Pink Cadillac
79. Taylor Dayne - Tell It To My Heart
80. Bananarama - Love, Truth ; Honesty
81. Angry Anderson - Suddenly (7" Mix)
82. Cliff Richard - Mistletoe And Win

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NOW is proud to present the next instalment in our ongoing 'Yearbook' series - NOW - Yearbook 1988 with 82 tracks across 4CDs, celebrating this eclectic year in Pop. CD 1 opens with George Michael's stellar smash 'Father Figure', followed by huge hits from Kim Wilde, Belinda Carlisle, Duran Duran, and Eurythmics. A top year for Synth-driven Pop magic is showcased in the next run of hits, including the #1 from Pet Shop Boys ('Heart'), New Order's revisited 'Blue Monday '88', a-ha's 'Stay On These Roads', and Yello's smash 'The Race'. Aztec Camera's 'Somewhere In My Heart' leads into timeless radio-friendly Pop from Danny Wilson, The Communards, and Scritti Politti, and includes debut successes for Fairground Attraction and Tanita Tikaram. Reggae-Pop from UB40 & Chrissie Hynde and a gorgeous cover from Everything But The Girl ('I Don't Want To Talk About It') prelude two of the year's most sophisticated tracks from Sade and Sting. CD 2 kicks off with a stunning line up of pure Pop gold from Kylie Minogue with her debut 'I Should Be So Lucky', along with Bananarama, Rick Astley, Jason Donovan, Bros and The Timelords. Huge Dance tunes follow, including the #1s from S'Express ('Theme From S-Express'), and Yazz & The Plastic Population ('The Only Way Is Up'), and floor-fillers from Inner City and Womack & Womack, plus U.S. Power Pop from Jane Wiedlin, The Beach Boys, The Bangles, and a huge ballad from Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine, before the disc comes to a close with one of Elton John's most loved classics; 'Candle In The Wind' - a hit again in 1988 as a live recording. Established chart greats and Rock legends returned to the charts in '88; Bruce Springsteen, Cher, Bon Jovi, Iron Maiden, Billy Idol, and Siouxsie And The Banshees, with their peerless 'Peek-A-Boo', are all featured on CD 3, plus the introductory hit 'Mandinka' from Sinéad O'Connor. Up next are Pop-Reggae favourites from Maxi Priest ('Wild World') and Aswad ('Don't Turn Around'), followed by exceptional soulful vocals from Will Downing with 'A Love Supreme' and Mica Paris' 'My One Temptation', before Whitney Houston closes with her #1 'One Moment In Time'. Pet Shop Boys, Kylie Minogue, Kim Wilde, and Bananarama make their second appearance on CD 4, as well as the Pet Shop Boys-produced smash for Eighth Wonder 'I'm Not Scared', together with Desireless' worldwide hit 'Voyage Voyage', Hazell Dean's Hi-NRG cover of 'Who's Leaving Who', infectious Pop from Dollar and Transvision Vamp, rap from Wee Papa Girl Rappers, and Salt-N-Pepa's 'Push It' - which sounds just as fresh today as it did in '88. Wet Wet Wet's chart-topping cover of The Beatles' 'With A Little Help From My Friends', follows, and successful chart debuts are celebrated here with Sabrina's 'Boys (Summertime Love)', Taylor Dayne's floor-filler 'Tell It To My Heart', Debbie Gibson's 'Only In My Dreams', and not forgetting Tiffany topping the chart with her first UK single aged 16 with 'I Think We're Alone Now'. The Yearbook closes with two massive hits: Angry Anderson's anthemic 'Suddenly', which soundtracked the tv wedding of the year on 'Neighbours', and Cliff Richard's Christmas #1, 'Mistletoe And Wine'. NOW - Yearbook 1988 - the perfect addition to every music collection - a celebration of the diversity and wonderful creativity of a truly stellar year in Pop
        
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