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NOW Music is proud to present 58 more essential singles from the incredible year in Pop that was 1990, 'NOW - Yearbook Extra 1990'. Opening with a defining anthem 'Freedom! '90' from George Michael, Disc One features a blend of Pop gems and soulful ballads. The B-52's 'Roam', Duran Duran's 'Serious', Belinda Carlisle with 'Runaway Horses' along with hits from Jane Child, Deacon Blue, Tears For Fears, and Robert Palmer feat. UB40 on their cover of 'I'll Be Your Baby Tonight' are included in the Pop gems category - whilst the pace slows for great vocal performances including for Roxette, Eurythmics, Oleta Adams, Tina Turner, Gloria Estefan, Paul Young and Elton John. and the first disc closes with the instrumental smash 'Lily Was Here' from David A. Stewart and Candy Dulfer. Disc 2 kicks off with great lyrical Pop of the era from Aztec Camera and the remix version of The Cure's 'Close To Me' making the song a hit again five years after it's first chart run. Alternative club tracks that crossed over to become hits from The Farm, The Soup Dragons, The Beloved and Primal Scream are joined by soul influenced beats from Innocence, Soul II Soul with stellar vocalist Kym Mazelle and The Chimes with their hit reading of a U2 classic. and SNAP! #had a huge year and 'Ooops Up', included here was a pan-European smash. Pop & Hip-Hop/Rap crossover sees LL Cool J, M.C. Hammer and MC Tunes & 808 State included before switching gears to some of year's Rock tracks from Poison, Billy Idol, Cher and the Pretenders. Kicking off the final disc, a #1 from Kylie and Pop gold from Jason Donovan, Craig McLachlan, Bros and New Kids On The Block before dancefloor-fillers from Paula Abdul, Technotronic, and Big Fun. Legendary vocalists also feature including Liza Minnelli, Dusty Springfield and Deborah Harry. along with fantastic Soul-Pop ballads from Lonnie Gordon and Sybil. The energetic pure Pop of Betty Boo, and Sinitta lead into a #1 for children's TV presenter Timmy Mallett with Bombalurina with their cover of the '60s smash 'Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini' - and another '60s cover; 'End Of The World' from Sonia gives way to a '60s original from The Righteous Brothers who enjoyed a Top 3 hit with 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' 26 years after it went to #1 originally. and the last word goes to 1990's Christmas chart-topper - 'Saviour's Day' from Cliff Richard. A mix of hits and lesser compiled singles - an essential addition to any Pop collection. NOW - Yearbook Extra 1990 - a further celebration of the diversity and magic of the year in Pop.
NOW Music is proud to present 58 more essential singles from the incredible year in Pop that was 1990, 'NOW - Yearbook Extra 1990'. Opening with a defining anthem 'Freedom! '90' from George Michael, Disc One features a blend of Pop gems and soulful ballads. The B-52's 'Roam', Duran Duran's 'Serious', Belinda Carlisle with 'Runaway Horses' along with hits from Jane Child, Deacon Blue, Tears For Fears, and Robert Palmer feat. UB40 on their cover of 'I'll Be Your Baby Tonight' are included in the Pop gems category - whilst the pace slows for great vocal performances including for Roxette, Eurythmics, Oleta Adams, Tina Turner, Gloria Estefan, Paul Young and Elton John. and the first disc closes with the instrumental smash 'Lily Was Here' from David A. Stewart and Candy Dulfer. Disc 2 kicks off with great lyrical Pop of the era from Aztec Camera and the remix version of The Cure's 'Close To Me' making the song a hit again five years after it's first chart run. Alternative club tracks that crossed over to become hits from The Farm, The Soup Dragons, The Beloved and Primal Scream are joined by soul influenced beats from Innocence, Soul II Soul with stellar vocalist Kym Mazelle and The Chimes with their hit reading of a U2 classic. and SNAP! #had a huge year and 'Ooops Up', included here was a pan-European smash. Pop & Hip-Hop/Rap crossover sees LL Cool J, M.C. Hammer and MC Tunes & 808 State included before switching gears to some of year's Rock tracks from Poison, Billy Idol, Cher and the Pretenders. Kicking off the final disc, a #1 from Kylie and Pop gold from Jason Donovan, Craig McLachlan, Bros and New Kids On The Block before dancefloor-fillers from Paula Abdul, Technotronic, and Big Fun. Legendary vocalists also feature including Liza Minnelli, Dusty Springfield and Deborah Harry. along with fantastic Soul-Pop ballads from Lonnie Gordon and Sybil. The energetic pure Pop of Betty Boo, and Sinitta lead into a #1 for children's TV presenter Timmy Mallett with Bombalurina with their cover of the '60s smash 'Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini' - and another '60s cover; 'End Of The World' from Sonia gives way to a '60s original from The Righteous Brothers who enjoyed a Top 3 hit with 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' 26 years after it went to #1 originally. and the last word goes to 1990's Christmas chart-topper - 'Saviour's Day' from Cliff Richard. A mix of hits and lesser compiled singles - an essential addition to any Pop collection. NOW - Yearbook Extra 1990 - a further celebration of the diversity and magic of the year in Pop.
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Now Yearbook Extra 1990 / Various - Now Yearbook Extra 1990 / Various

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Format: CD
Label: Universal Uk
Rel. Date: 03/22/2024
UPC: 196588728020

Now Yearbook Extra 1990 / Various
Artist: Now Yearbook Extra 1990 / Various
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Freedom! '90 - George Michael
2. Roam - the B-52's
3. Serious - Duran Duran
4. Runaway Horses - Belinda Carlisle
5. Angel - Eurythmics, Annie Lennox, Dave Stewart
6. Listen to Your Heart - Roxette
7. Don't Wanna Fall in Love - Jane Child
8. Queen of the New Year - Deacon Blue
9. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (Feat. Ub40) - Robert Palmer
10. I Promised Myself - Nick Kamen
11. Heaven Give Me Words - Propaganda
12. Advice for the Young at Heart - Tears for Fears
13. Rhythm of Life - Oleta Adams
14. Look Me in the Heart - Tina Turner
15. You Gotta Love Someone - Elton John
16. Softly Whispering I Love You - Paul Young
17. Here We Are - Gloria Estefan
18. Lily Was Here (Feat. Candy Dulfer) - David a. Stewart
19. Good Morning Britain - Aztec Camera
20. Close to Me (Closest Mix) - the Cure
21. Groovy Train - the Farm
22. I'm Free - the Soup Dragons
23. Come Together (Farley Mix 7") - Primal Scream
24. Hello - the Beloved
25. Let's Push It - Innocence
26. Missing You (The Healer Mix) - Soul II Soul ; Kym Mazelle
27. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking for - the Chimes
28. Ooops Up - Snap!
29. Have You Seen Her - M.C. Hammer
30. Around the Way Girl - LL Cool J
31. The Only Rhyme That Bites - MC Tunes Vs. 808 State
32. Unskinny Bop - Poison
33. Cradle of Love - Billy Idol
34. I Go to Extremes - Billy Joel
35. How Am I Supposed to Live Without You - Michael Bolton
36. Heart of Stone - Cher
37. Sense of Purpose - the Pretenders
38. Tears on My Pillow - Kylie Minogue
39. Another Night - Jason Donovan
40. Mona - Craig McLachlan ; Check 1-2
41. Madly in Love (Joe Smooth Mix) - Bros
42. Step By Step - New Kids on the Block
43. Knocked Out - Paula Abdul
44. Two to Make It Right - Seduction
45. Deep in Vogue - Malcolm McLaren ; the Bootzilla Orchestra
46. Rockin' Over the Beat - Technotronic
47. Sweet and Low (Phil Harding Single Version) - Deborah Harry
48. Handful of Promises - Big Fun
49. Love Pains - Liza Minnelli
50. Arrested By You - Dusty Springfield
51. Beyond Your Wildest Dreams - Lonnie Gordon
52. Walk on By - Sybil
53. Doin' the Do - Betty Boo
54. Hitchin' a Ride - Sinitta
55. Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini - Bombalurina ; Timmy Mallett
56. End of the World - Sonia
57. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - the Righteous Brothers
58. Saviour's Day - Cliff Richard

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NOW Music is proud to present 58 more essential singles from the incredible year in Pop that was 1990, 'NOW - Yearbook Extra 1990'. Opening with a defining anthem 'Freedom! '90' from George Michael, Disc One features a blend of Pop gems and soulful ballads. The B-52's 'Roam', Duran Duran's 'Serious', Belinda Carlisle with 'Runaway Horses' along with hits from Jane Child, Deacon Blue, Tears For Fears, and Robert Palmer feat. UB40 on their cover of 'I'll Be Your Baby Tonight' are included in the Pop gems category - whilst the pace slows for great vocal performances including for Roxette, Eurythmics, Oleta Adams, Tina Turner, Gloria Estefan, Paul Young and Elton John. and the first disc closes with the instrumental smash 'Lily Was Here' from David A. Stewart and Candy Dulfer. Disc 2 kicks off with great lyrical Pop of the era from Aztec Camera and the remix version of The Cure's 'Close To Me' making the song a hit again five years after it's first chart run. Alternative club tracks that crossed over to become hits from The Farm, The Soup Dragons, The Beloved and Primal Scream are joined by soul influenced beats from Innocence, Soul II Soul with stellar vocalist Kym Mazelle and The Chimes with their hit reading of a U2 classic. and SNAP! #had a huge year and 'Ooops Up', included here was a pan-European smash. Pop & Hip-Hop/Rap crossover sees LL Cool J, M.C. Hammer and MC Tunes & 808 State included before switching gears to some of year's Rock tracks from Poison, Billy Idol, Cher and the Pretenders. Kicking off the final disc, a #1 from Kylie and Pop gold from Jason Donovan, Craig McLachlan, Bros and New Kids On The Block before dancefloor-fillers from Paula Abdul, Technotronic, and Big Fun. Legendary vocalists also feature including Liza Minnelli, Dusty Springfield and Deborah Harry. along with fantastic Soul-Pop ballads from Lonnie Gordon and Sybil. The energetic pure Pop of Betty Boo, and Sinitta lead into a #1 for children's TV presenter Timmy Mallett with Bombalurina with their cover of the '60s smash 'Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini' - and another '60s cover; 'End Of The World' from Sonia gives way to a '60s original from The Righteous Brothers who enjoyed a Top 3 hit with 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' 26 years after it went to #1 originally. and the last word goes to 1990's Christmas chart-topper - 'Saviour's Day' from Cliff Richard. A mix of hits and lesser compiled singles - an essential addition to any Pop collection. NOW - Yearbook Extra 1990 - a further celebration of the diversity and magic of the year in Pop.
        
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