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NOW is proud to present the next instalment in our ongoing 'Yearbook' series - NOW - Yearbook 1988 with 45 tracks on 3 LPs, pressed on stunning translucent blue vinyl, to celebrate this eclectic year in Pop. LP 1 opens with George Michael's stellar smash 'Father Figure', followed by classic hits from a-ha, Duran Duran, and Eurythmics, before leading into Pet Shop Boys' #1 'Heart', and New Order's revisited 'Blue Monday '88'. The flip side opens with massive Dance Pop #1s - S'Express's 'Theme From S-Express', and Yazz & The Plastic Population's 'The Only Way Is Up' before Kylie Minogue's #1 debut 'I Should Be So Lucky', plus Pop gold from Bananarama, Dollar, The Timelords and Bros. Established Rock greats returned to the charts in '88, and Bon Jovi with 'Bad Medicine' and Iron Maiden with 'Can I Play With Madness' open LP2. Chart veterans Siouxsie And The Banshees' peerless 'Peek-A-Boo' is featured alongside new-comers Tanita Tikaram and Fairground Attraction who both enjoyed great success with their chart debuts 'Good Tradition' and 'Perfect', and side A closes with two gorgeous ballads; Everything But The Girl's version of 'I Don't Want To Talk About It' and 'Martha's Harbour' from All About Eve. Side B begins with Bruce Springsteen's classic 'Tougher Than The Rest' and the beautiful live version of 'Candle In The Wind' from Elton John, plus huge hits from Aztec Camera, Deacon Blue, The Adventures, and Scritti Politti before closing with one of Sting's most enduring tracks 'Fragile'. Kim Wilde continued her chart success with the smash hit 'You Came' and was joined by No.1 debuts from Tiffany and Belinda Carlisle. Up next are hit covers from Cher '(Found Someone') and Aswad ('Don't Turn Around') and more Pop Reggae from Maxi Priest. Kicking off the final side, Pet Shop Boys make their second appearance with 'Left To My Own Devices', as well as producing the smash 'I'm Not Scared' for Eighth Wonder. A fabulous run of top 5 singles from Desireless, Hazell Dean, Inner City, and Womack & Womack follow before Whitney Houston closes this Yearbook edition with her exceptional vocals on the #1 'One Moment In Time'. 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 45 tracks on 3 LPs, pressed on stunning translucent blue vinyl, to celebrate this eclectic year in Pop. LP 1 opens with George Michael's stellar smash 'Father Figure', followed by classic hits from a-ha, Duran Duran, and Eurythmics, before leading into Pet Shop Boys' #1 'Heart', and New Order's revisited 'Blue Monday '88'. The flip side opens with massive Dance Pop #1s - S'Express's 'Theme From S-Express', and Yazz & The Plastic Population's 'The Only Way Is Up' before Kylie Minogue's #1 debut 'I Should Be So Lucky', plus Pop gold from Bananarama, Dollar, The Timelords and Bros. Established Rock greats returned to the charts in '88, and Bon Jovi with 'Bad Medicine' and Iron Maiden with 'Can I Play With Madness' open LP2. Chart veterans Siouxsie And The Banshees' peerless 'Peek-A-Boo' is featured alongside new-comers Tanita Tikaram and Fairground Attraction who both enjoyed great success with their chart debuts 'Good Tradition' and 'Perfect', and side A closes with two gorgeous ballads; Everything But The Girl's version of 'I Don't Want To Talk About It' and 'Martha's Harbour' from All About Eve. Side B begins with Bruce Springsteen's classic 'Tougher Than The Rest' and the beautiful live version of 'Candle In The Wind' from Elton John, plus huge hits from Aztec Camera, Deacon Blue, The Adventures, and Scritti Politti before closing with one of Sting's most enduring tracks 'Fragile'. Kim Wilde continued her chart success with the smash hit 'You Came' and was joined by No.1 debuts from Tiffany and Belinda Carlisle. Up next are hit covers from Cher '(Found Someone') and Aswad ('Don't Turn Around') and more Pop Reggae from Maxi Priest. Kicking off the final side, Pet Shop Boys make their second appearance with 'Left To My Own Devices', as well as producing the smash 'I'm Not Scared' for Eighth Wonder. A fabulous run of top 5 singles from Desireless, Hazell Dean, Inner City, and Womack & Womack follow before Whitney Houston closes this Yearbook edition with her exceptional vocals on the #1 'One Moment In Time'. 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
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $51.30
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1. George Michael - Father Figure
2. a-ha - Stay On These Roads
3. Duran Duran - I Don't Want Your Love
4. Eurythmics, Annie Lennox, Dave Stewart - You Have Placed A Chill In My Heart
5. Pet Shop Boys - Heart
6. New Order - Blue Monday '88
7. Yello - The Race
8. S'Express - Theme From S-Express
9. Yazz ; The Plastic Population - The Only Way Is Up
10. Kylie Minogue - I Should Be So Lucky
11. Bananarama - I Want You Back
12. Dollar - O L'Amour
13. Debbie Gibson - Only In My Dreams
14. Bros - When Will I Be Famous?
15. The Timelords - Doctorin' The Tardis
16. Bon Jovi - Bad Medicine
17. Iron Maiden - Can I Play With Madness
18. Pat Benatar - All Fired Up
19. Siouxsie And The Banshees - Peek-A-Boo
20. Tanita Tikaram - Good Tradition
21. Fairground Attraction - Perfect
22. Everything But The Girl - I Don't Want To Talk About It
23. All About Eve - Martha's Harbour
24. Bruce Springsteen - Tougher Than The Rest
25. Elton John - Candle In The Wind (Live)
26. Aztec Camera - Somewhere In My Heart
27. Deacon Blue - Real Gone Kid
28. The Adventures - Broken Land
29. Scritti Politti - Oh Patti (Don't Feel Sorry For Loverboy)
30. Sting - Fragile
31. Kim Wilde - You Came
32. Tiffany - I Think We're Alone Now
33. Belinda Carlisle - Heaven Is A Place On Earth
34. Cher - I Found Someone
35. Heart - These Dreams
36. Aswad - Don't Turn Around
37. Maxi Priest - Wild World
38. UB40 ; Chrissie Hynde - Breakfast In Bed
39. Pet Shop Boys - Left To My Own Devices
40. Eighth Wonder - I'm Not Scared
41. Desireless - Voyage Voyage (PWL Britmix)
42. Hazell Dean - Who's Leaving Who
43. Inner City - Good Life
44. Womack ; Womack - Teardrops
45. Whitney Houston - One Moment In Time

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NOW is proud to present the next instalment in our ongoing 'Yearbook' series - NOW - Yearbook 1988 with 45 tracks on 3 LPs, pressed on stunning translucent blue vinyl, to celebrate this eclectic year in Pop. LP 1 opens with George Michael's stellar smash 'Father Figure', followed by classic hits from a-ha, Duran Duran, and Eurythmics, before leading into Pet Shop Boys' #1 'Heart', and New Order's revisited 'Blue Monday '88'. The flip side opens with massive Dance Pop #1s - S'Express's 'Theme From S-Express', and Yazz & The Plastic Population's 'The Only Way Is Up' before Kylie Minogue's #1 debut 'I Should Be So Lucky', plus Pop gold from Bananarama, Dollar, The Timelords and Bros. Established Rock greats returned to the charts in '88, and Bon Jovi with 'Bad Medicine' and Iron Maiden with 'Can I Play With Madness' open LP2. Chart veterans Siouxsie And The Banshees' peerless 'Peek-A-Boo' is featured alongside new-comers Tanita Tikaram and Fairground Attraction who both enjoyed great success with their chart debuts 'Good Tradition' and 'Perfect', and side A closes with two gorgeous ballads; Everything But The Girl's version of 'I Don't Want To Talk About It' and 'Martha's Harbour' from All About Eve. Side B begins with Bruce Springsteen's classic 'Tougher Than The Rest' and the beautiful live version of 'Candle In The Wind' from Elton John, plus huge hits from Aztec Camera, Deacon Blue, The Adventures, and Scritti Politti before closing with one of Sting's most enduring tracks 'Fragile'. Kim Wilde continued her chart success with the smash hit 'You Came' and was joined by No.1 debuts from Tiffany and Belinda Carlisle. Up next are hit covers from Cher '(Found Someone') and Aswad ('Don't Turn Around') and more Pop Reggae from Maxi Priest. Kicking off the final side, Pet Shop Boys make their second appearance with 'Left To My Own Devices', as well as producing the smash 'I'm Not Scared' for Eighth Wonder. A fabulous run of top 5 singles from Desireless, Hazell Dean, Inner City, and Womack & Womack follow before Whitney Houston closes this Yearbook edition with her exceptional vocals on the #1 'One Moment In Time'. 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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