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Hits 93 Volume 1 is a compilation album released by Telstar Records and BMG in February 1993. The original Hits Album compilation series had effectively been retired in 1991 by the original partners in the series CBS (now Sony BMG) and WEA (now WSM), and this release saw BMG, who originally joined CBS and WEA in 1986, revive the Hits brand with specialist TV marketing company Telstar.
The Best Eighties Album contains the defining tracks of the decade features some of the biggest hits from artists including Belinda Carlisle, Kim Wilde, Bonnie Tyler, Toto, Adam & The Ants, KC & The Sunshine Band, The Bangles, Billy Ocean, James Brown and many more. Extra information about this release.
Producers Jesse Lauter and Sean O'Brien's pet project for ATO Records, 'Bob Dylan In The Eighties: Volume One', is a curious proposition. A cut above the usual covers compilation, it's an ambitious attempt to reclaim lost gems from Dylan's much maligned career low point. While many listeners may not realise it, the eighties were also a prolific period for Dylan.
This has been the first rock & roll decade without revolution, or true revolutionaries, to call its own. The Fifties witnessed nothing less than the birth of the music. The Sixties were rocked by Beatlemania, Motown, Phil Spector, psychedelia and Bob Dylan. The Seventies gave rise to David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen, heavy metal, punk and New Wave. In comparison, the Eighties have been the decade of, among other things, synth pop, Michael Jackson, the compact disc, Sixties reunion tours, the Beastie Boys and a lot more heavy metal
|1-1||–The Sports||Strangers On A Train|
|1-2||–The Boys Next Door||Shivers|
|1-3||–James Freud||Modern Girl|
|1-4||–Meo 245||Lady Love|
|1-5||–The Swingers||Counting The Beat|
|1-7||–Jo Kennedy||Body And Soul|
|1-8||–The Runners*||Sure Fire Thing|
|1-9||–Jo Jo Zep and the Falcons||Taxi Mary|
|1-10||–Hunters & Collectors||Talking To A Stranger|
|1-11||–Wendy & The Rocketts||Play The Game|
|1-12||–Renee Geyer||Say I Love You|
|1-13||–Globos||The Beat Goes On|
|1-15||–Tim Finn||Fraction Too Much Friction|
|1-16||–Split Enz||Message To My Girl|
|1-18||–Jimmy Barnes||No Second Prize|
|1-19||–Dynamic Hepnotics*||Soul Kind Of Feeling|
|1-20||–Uncanny X-Men||50 Years|
|2-1||–Models||Out Of Mind Out Of Sight|
|2-2||–Rose Tattoo||Born To Be Wild|
|2-3||–Kids In The Kitchen||Current Stand|
|2-4||–The Saints||Just Like Fire Would|
|2-5||–The Johnnys||(There's Gonna Be A) Showdown|
|2-6||–Paul Kelly||Darling It Hurts|
|2-7||–The Triffids||Wide Open Road|
|2-8||–Big Pig||Hungry Town|
|2-9||–The Angels||We Gotta Get Outta This Place|
|2-10||–Carol Hitchcock||Get Ready|
|2-12||–The Stems||At First Sight|
|2-13||–The Church||Under The Milky Way|
|2-14||–Choirboys||Boys Will Be Boys|
|2-15||–Chantoozies*||Wanna Be Up|
|2-16||–Ian Moss||Tucker's Daughter|
|2-17||–Paul Norton||Stuck On You|
|2-18||–Jason Donovan||Too Many Broken Hearts|
|2-20||–Nick Barker And The Reptiles||Make Me Smile|