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NOW Music are proud to present the ultimate journey through the 80s' biggest floor-fillers... NOW That's What I Call 80s: Dancefloor. Kicking off with the massive soundtrack smash from Irene Cara, 'Flashdance... What A Feeling', followed by the defining 'I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)' from Whitney Houston, the pure joy of Lionel Richie's 'All Night Long (All Night)', and the massive 'Teardrops' from Womack & Womack - Disc One features the best in Soul and the changing shape of Disco during the decade. Irresistable tracks from Shalamar, Alexander O'Neal, Joyce Sims, Princess, Boogie Box High and KC & The Sunshine Band will take you straight back to the 80s dance floor - plus anthems from Jocelyn Brown, Aretha Franklin and Gwen Guthrie lead toward the soulful beats that close this disc with Will Downing's 'A Love Supreme', and Loose Ends' 'Hangin' On A String (Contemplating)'. Disc Two pays tribute to the 80s dancefloor classics that fused genres to create breath-taking originality and new styles - often reflecting changes in new technology and capturing the fashion of the era. Electro-Pop from Freeez ('I.O.U.') and Rockers Revenge feat. Donnie Calvin ('Walking On Sunshine') introduce the disc. Electro & Hip-Hop beats fused for Malcolm McLaren and The World's Famous Supreme Team's 'Buffalo Gals'. Rock Steady Crew and Break Machine had huge hits with Electro based, Breakbeat & Hip-Hop inspired tracks. Two of the most influential Hip-Hop tracks ever follow with 'White Lines (Don't Do It)' and 'Hey DJ', leading into the massive Electro charged chart and club hits from Chaka Khan, Shannon, Jellybean, and Exposé. Timeless tracks from The S.O.S Band and Nu Shooz are also featured alongside freestyle Hip-Hop and Pop infused beats from Whistle and Lisa Lisa And Cult Jam With Full Force. #1 for 5 weeks in 1985 - the ground-breaking '19' from Paul Hardcastle signs off Disc Two. Our third disc starts in high gear with the defining remix of 'Lost In Music' by Sister Sledge - re-visioned for the 1984 dancefloor five years after they produced the original version by Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers of Chic. Frankie Goes To Hollywood, The Communards and Dead Or Alive delivered three of the decades' biggest #1 hits by fusing irresistible Synth-Pop with a relentless Hi-NRG beat. Dead Or Alive's 'You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)' was the first #1 for production powerhouse Stock Aitken & Waterman - and their success is also celebrated here with hits for Hazell Dean, Donna Summer and the peerless Divine. High Tempo Dance and Hi-NRG found mainstream success in the mid-80s with floor-fillers from Evelyn Thomas, Miquel Brown, Man 2 Man, Boys Town Gang and Patrick Cowley feat. Sylvester... and we've also included some huge club tracks from Barbara Pennington and Sheryl Lee Ralph, along with the catchiest Dance-Pop from London Boys and Laura Branigan. To close the disc, the collaboration between Pet Shop Boys and Liza Minnelli remains one the 80s' most iconic pairings, producing epic Pop. By the late 80s, club culture informed and popularised a huge number of new styles of dance music including House, Eurodance, Jack-Swing, Techno, and an evolution in Soul... The final disc highlights some of the best from the end of the decade. The 3 #1's that begin, Black Box's 'Ride On Time', S'Express' 'Theme From S'Express', and 'Pump Up The Volume' from M/A/R/R/S, introduced sampling to the mainstream and the greatest new party anthems to a generation, alongside Bomb The Bass, The Beatmasters feat. The Cookie Crew, Coldcut feat. Lisa Stansfield and 49ers. The evolution of House music produced a new take on Disco and floor-fillers from Inner City, Steve "Silk" Hurley, Adventures Of Stevie V and a further remix of a Chic classic are all featured - as is one of the biggest and celebratory anthems ever - the #1 'The Only Way Is Up' from Yazz & The Plastic Population. Soul II Soul & Caron Wheeler re-defined Soul and that would inspire musicians in the next decade across multiple genres - and as the decade drew to a close, we finish with two tracks that signpost the rise in club culture that would dominate the dancefloor and the charts in the early 90s - from 808 State, and the perfect sign-off from The Beloved with 'The Sun Rising'. Over 80 tracks - across 4 discs - a true journey through the dance music of a decade - NOW That's What I Call 80s: Dancefloor.
NOW Music are proud to present the ultimate journey through the 80s' biggest floor-fillers... NOW That's What I Call 80s: Dancefloor. Kicking off with the massive soundtrack smash from Irene Cara, 'Flashdance... What A Feeling', followed by the defining 'I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)' from Whitney Houston, the pure joy of Lionel Richie's 'All Night Long (All Night)', and the massive 'Teardrops' from Womack & Womack - Disc One features the best in Soul and the changing shape of Disco during the decade. Irresistable tracks from Shalamar, Alexander O'Neal, Joyce Sims, Princess, Boogie Box High and KC & The Sunshine Band will take you straight back to the 80s dance floor - plus anthems from Jocelyn Brown, Aretha Franklin and Gwen Guthrie lead toward the soulful beats that close this disc with Will Downing's 'A Love Supreme', and Loose Ends' 'Hangin' On A String (Contemplating)'. Disc Two pays tribute to the 80s dancefloor classics that fused genres to create breath-taking originality and new styles - often reflecting changes in new technology and capturing the fashion of the era. Electro-Pop from Freeez ('I.O.U.') and Rockers Revenge feat. Donnie Calvin ('Walking On Sunshine') introduce the disc. Electro & Hip-Hop beats fused for Malcolm McLaren and The World's Famous Supreme Team's 'Buffalo Gals'. Rock Steady Crew and Break Machine had huge hits with Electro based, Breakbeat & Hip-Hop inspired tracks. Two of the most influential Hip-Hop tracks ever follow with 'White Lines (Don't Do It)' and 'Hey DJ', leading into the massive Electro charged chart and club hits from Chaka Khan, Shannon, Jellybean, and Exposé. Timeless tracks from The S.O.S Band and Nu Shooz are also featured alongside freestyle Hip-Hop and Pop infused beats from Whistle and Lisa Lisa And Cult Jam With Full Force. #1 for 5 weeks in 1985 - the ground-breaking '19' from Paul Hardcastle signs off Disc Two. Our third disc starts in high gear with the defining remix of 'Lost In Music' by Sister Sledge - re-visioned for the 1984 dancefloor five years after they produced the original version by Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers of Chic. Frankie Goes To Hollywood, The Communards and Dead Or Alive delivered three of the decades' biggest #1 hits by fusing irresistible Synth-Pop with a relentless Hi-NRG beat. Dead Or Alive's 'You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)' was the first #1 for production powerhouse Stock Aitken & Waterman - and their success is also celebrated here with hits for Hazell Dean, Donna Summer and the peerless Divine. High Tempo Dance and Hi-NRG found mainstream success in the mid-80s with floor-fillers from Evelyn Thomas, Miquel Brown, Man 2 Man, Boys Town Gang and Patrick Cowley feat. Sylvester... and we've also included some huge club tracks from Barbara Pennington and Sheryl Lee Ralph, along with the catchiest Dance-Pop from London Boys and Laura Branigan. To close the disc, the collaboration between Pet Shop Boys and Liza Minnelli remains one the 80s' most iconic pairings, producing epic Pop. By the late 80s, club culture informed and popularised a huge number of new styles of dance music including House, Eurodance, Jack-Swing, Techno, and an evolution in Soul... The final disc highlights some of the best from the end of the decade. The 3 #1's that begin, Black Box's 'Ride On Time', S'Express' 'Theme From S'Express', and 'Pump Up The Volume' from M/A/R/R/S, introduced sampling to the mainstream and the greatest new party anthems to a generation, alongside Bomb The Bass, The Beatmasters feat. The Cookie Crew, Coldcut feat. Lisa Stansfield and 49ers. The evolution of House music produced a new take on Disco and floor-fillers from Inner City, Steve "Silk" Hurley, Adventures Of Stevie V and a further remix of a Chic classic are all featured - as is one of the biggest and celebratory anthems ever - the #1 'The Only Way Is Up' from Yazz & The Plastic Population. Soul II Soul & Caron Wheeler re-defined Soul and that would inspire musicians in the next decade across multiple genres - and as the decade drew to a close, we finish with two tracks that signpost the rise in club culture that would dominate the dancefloor and the charts in the early 90s - from 808 State, and the perfect sign-off from The Beloved with 'The Sun Rising'. Over 80 tracks - across 4 discs - a true journey through the dance music of a decade - NOW That's What I Call 80s: Dancefloor.
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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 04/29/2022
UPC: 194399982525

Now That's What I Call 80's: Dancefloor [Import]
Artist: Now That's What I Call Music!
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Irene Cara - Flashdance...What a Feeling
2. Whitney Houston - I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)
3. Lionel Richie - All Night Long (All Night)
4. Womack ; Womack - Teardrops
5. Shalamar - A Night to Remember
6. Sharon Redd - Can You Handle It
7. Alexander O'Neal - Fake
8. Aretha Franklin - Who's Zoomin' Who?
9. Jocelyn Brown - Somebody Else's Guy
10. Gwen Guthrie - Ain't Nothin' Goin' On But the Rent
11. Joyce Sims - Come Into My Life
12. Princess - Say I'm Your Number One
13. Mel ; Kim - Respectable
14. Boogie Box High - Jive Talkin'
15. Indeep - Last Night a D.J. Saved My Life
16. KC and the Sunshine Band - Give It Up
17. Pebbles - Girlfriend
18. Paula Abdul - Straight Up
19. Will Downing - A Love Supreme
20. Loose Ends - Hangin' On a String (Contemplating)
21. Freeez - I.O.U.
22. Rockers Revenge - Walking On Sunshine (Feat. Donnie Calvin)
23. Malcolm McLaren ; World's Famous Supreme Team - Buffalo Gals
24. Rock Steady Crew - (Hey You) the Rock Steady Crew
25. Break Machine - Street Dance
26. The World's Famous Supreme Team - Hey DJ
27. Grandmaster Flash ; Melle Mel - White Lines (Don't Do It)
28. Chaka Khan - I Feel for You
29. Shannon - Let the Music Play
30. Expose - Point of No Return
31. Jellybean - Just a Mirage
32. Taylor Dayne - Tell It to My Heart
33. The Pointer Sisters - Jump (For My Love)
34. Maria Vidal - Body Rock
35. The S.O.S. Band - Just Be Good to Me
36. Nu Shooz - I Can't Wait
37. Colonel Abrams - Trapped
38. Whistle - (Nothing Serious) Just Buggin'
39. Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam With Full Force - I Wonder If I Take You Home
40. Flash and the Pan - Waiting for a Train
41. Paul Hardcastle - 19
42. Sister Sledge - Lost in Music (1984 Bernard Edwards ; Nile Rodgers Remix)
43. Frankie Goes to Hollywood - Relax
44. The Communards - Don't Leave Me This Way
45. Dead Or Alive - You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)
46. Divine - You Think You're a Man
47. Hazell Dean - Whatever I Do (Wherever I Go)
48. Evelyn Thomas - High Energy
49. Miquel Brown - So Many Men, So Little Time
50. Man 2 Man - Male Stripper
51. Patrick Cowley - Do You Wanna Funk (Feat. Sylvester)
52. Boys Town Gang - Can't Take My Eyes Off You
53. Sheryl Lee Ralph - In the Evening
54. Barbara Pennington - All American Boy
55. The Weather Girls - It's Raining Men
56. Sinitta - So Macho
57. Sabrina - Boys (Summertime Love)
58. London Boys - Requiem
59. Donna Summer - This Time I Know It's for Real
60. Laura Branigan - Gloria
61. Liza Minnelli - Losing My Mind
62. Black Box - Ride On Time
63. S'Express - Theme from 'S'Express'
64. M/A/R/R/S - Pump Up the Volume
65. Bomb the Bass - Beat Dis
66. Soul II Soul ; Caron Wheeler - Back to Life
67. Neneh Cherry - Buffalo Stance
68. Inner City - Good Life
69. Kym Mazelle and Robert Howard - Wait
70. Yazz ; The Plastic Population - The Only Way Is Up
71. 49ers - Touch Me
72. Coldcut - People Hold On (Feat. Lisa Stansfield)
73. The Adventures of Stevie V - Dirty Cash
74. Steve "Silk" Hurley - Jack Your Body
75. Chic - Jack Le Freak
76. Double Trouble ; The Rebel MC - Street Tuff
77. Beatmasters ; The Cookie Crew - Rock Da House
78. Rob 'N' Raz - Got to Get (Feat. Leila K)
79. New Order - Blue Monday '88
80. 808 State - Pacific - 707
81. The Beloved - The Sun Rising

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NOW Music are proud to present the ultimate journey through the 80s' biggest floor-fillers... NOW That's What I Call 80s: Dancefloor. Kicking off with the massive soundtrack smash from Irene Cara, 'Flashdance... What A Feeling', followed by the defining 'I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)' from Whitney Houston, the pure joy of Lionel Richie's 'All Night Long (All Night)', and the massive 'Teardrops' from Womack & Womack - Disc One features the best in Soul and the changing shape of Disco during the decade. Irresistable tracks from Shalamar, Alexander O'Neal, Joyce Sims, Princess, Boogie Box High and KC & The Sunshine Band will take you straight back to the 80s dance floor - plus anthems from Jocelyn Brown, Aretha Franklin and Gwen Guthrie lead toward the soulful beats that close this disc with Will Downing's 'A Love Supreme', and Loose Ends' 'Hangin' On A String (Contemplating)'. Disc Two pays tribute to the 80s dancefloor classics that fused genres to create breath-taking originality and new styles - often reflecting changes in new technology and capturing the fashion of the era. Electro-Pop from Freeez ('I.O.U.') and Rockers Revenge feat. Donnie Calvin ('Walking On Sunshine') introduce the disc. Electro & Hip-Hop beats fused for Malcolm McLaren and The World's Famous Supreme Team's 'Buffalo Gals'. Rock Steady Crew and Break Machine had huge hits with Electro based, Breakbeat & Hip-Hop inspired tracks. Two of the most influential Hip-Hop tracks ever follow with 'White Lines (Don't Do It)' and 'Hey DJ', leading into the massive Electro charged chart and club hits from Chaka Khan, Shannon, Jellybean, and Exposé. Timeless tracks from The S.O.S Band and Nu Shooz are also featured alongside freestyle Hip-Hop and Pop infused beats from Whistle and Lisa Lisa And Cult Jam With Full Force. #1 for 5 weeks in 1985 - the ground-breaking '19' from Paul Hardcastle signs off Disc Two. Our third disc starts in high gear with the defining remix of 'Lost In Music' by Sister Sledge - re-visioned for the 1984 dancefloor five years after they produced the original version by Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers of Chic. Frankie Goes To Hollywood, The Communards and Dead Or Alive delivered three of the decades' biggest #1 hits by fusing irresistible Synth-Pop with a relentless Hi-NRG beat. Dead Or Alive's 'You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)' was the first #1 for production powerhouse Stock Aitken & Waterman - and their success is also celebrated here with hits for Hazell Dean, Donna Summer and the peerless Divine. High Tempo Dance and Hi-NRG found mainstream success in the mid-80s with floor-fillers from Evelyn Thomas, Miquel Brown, Man 2 Man, Boys Town Gang and Patrick Cowley feat. Sylvester... and we've also included some huge club tracks from Barbara Pennington and Sheryl Lee Ralph, along with the catchiest Dance-Pop from London Boys and Laura Branigan. To close the disc, the collaboration between Pet Shop Boys and Liza Minnelli remains one the 80s' most iconic pairings, producing epic Pop. By the late 80s, club culture informed and popularised a huge number of new styles of dance music including House, Eurodance, Jack-Swing, Techno, and an evolution in Soul... The final disc highlights some of the best from the end of the decade. The 3 #1's that begin, Black Box's 'Ride On Time', S'Express' 'Theme From S'Express', and 'Pump Up The Volume' from M/A/R/R/S, introduced sampling to the mainstream and the greatest new party anthems to a generation, alongside Bomb The Bass, The Beatmasters feat. The Cookie Crew, Coldcut feat. Lisa Stansfield and 49ers. The evolution of House music produced a new take on Disco and floor-fillers from Inner City, Steve "Silk" Hurley, Adventures Of Stevie V and a further remix of a Chic classic are all featured - as is one of the biggest and celebratory anthems ever - the #1 'The Only Way Is Up' from Yazz & The Plastic Population. Soul II Soul & Caron Wheeler re-defined Soul and that would inspire musicians in the next decade across multiple genres - and as the decade drew to a close, we finish with two tracks that signpost the rise in club culture that would dominate the dancefloor and the charts in the early 90s - from 808 State, and the perfect sign-off from The Beloved with 'The Sun Rising'. Over 80 tracks - across 4 discs - a true journey through the dance music of a decade - NOW That's What I Call 80s: Dancefloor.
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