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    HAZELL DEAN - heart first (Deluxe Edition) (2 CD) LABEL: Cherry Pop RELEASE: 31/01/20

    We are delighted to present a new double CD Deluxe Edition of “Heart First”, the classic 1984 debut album from perennial pop icon and dance floor diva, Hazell Dean.

    • The first album project for legendary production and songwriting powerhouse Stock Aitken Waterman, “Heart First” features the classic hits ‘Whatever I Do (Wherever I Go)’ (UK #4), ‘Back in My Arms (Once Again)’ and ‘No Fool (For Love)’ (both UK #41) alongside the previous signature smash ‘Searchin’’ (UK #6), a collaboration with another mainstay of the Hi-NRG scene, Ian Anthony Stephens.

    • Given a sparkling new remaster from the original analogue tapes, this definitive edition of the album also features extensive bonus material. Included here is a comprehensive collection of sought-after full-length mixes of all the singles, several of them long out-of-print or previously unissued on CD.

    • At Hazell’s request, the standout title track “Heart First” has been remixed for 2020 by acclaimed producer Matt Pop. Using the original 1984 multi track parts, this fabulous new version of a long-time fan favourite is made available exclusively on this release.

    • Hazell’s very first Top 75 success came in early 1984 with the double A-side single release of her sterling dance floor interpretation of the Barbra Streisand classic ‘Evergreen’, together with one of her own compositions, ‘Jealous Love’. Both 7” and extended 12” versions of each track feature here.

    • Hazell’s self-penned 1984 Song for Europe entry ‘Stay in My Life’ (intended for single release but eclipsed by the runaway success and eventual reissue of ‘Searchin’’) is also included, alongside the B-sides ‘Young Boy In The City’ and ‘Take Me Home’.

    • This Deluxe Edition also boasts a expanded 20-page booklet including an brand new track-by-track commentary from Hazell, an illustrated discography, additional photos and lyrics.

    A doyenne of the dance floor for over four decades, Hazell Dean is the pivotal artist who gave SAW their first Top Ten smash with the cutting-edge Hi-NRG sound of ‘Whatever I Do (Wherever I Go)’ – thereby paving the way for their hits with Dead Or Alive, Bananarama, Kylie and countless others. In the wake of three recent studio albums, Hazell has a busy calendar of live dates scheduled throughout 2020. Cherry Pop are delighted to be continuing our successful partnership with the undisputed Queen of Hi-NRG!






    CD 1:

    1. BACK IN MY ARMS (ONCE AGAIN)

    2. SEARCHIN’

    3. BREAK THE RULES

    4. WHATEVER I DO (WHEREVER I GO)

    5. YOU’RE TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE

    6. BACK IN MY ARMS (ONCE AGAIN)[REPRISE]

    7. HEART FIRST

    8. NO FOOL (FOR LOVE)

    9. HARMONY

    10. DEVIL IN YOU

    11. EVERYTHING I NEED

    BONUS TRACKS:

    12. EVERGREEN

    13. JEALOUS LOVE

    14. STAY IN MY LIFE

    15. YOUNG BOY IN THE CITY

    16. TAKE ME HOME

    17. NO FOOL (FOR LOVE) [7” MIX]

    18. YOU’RE TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE [EXTRA BEAT BOYS REMIX]

    19. SEARCHIN’ [12” VERSION]

    20. EVERGREEN [EXTENDED VERSION]

    CD 2:

    1. HEART FIRST [MATT POP CLUB MIX]

    2. WHATEVER I DO (WHEREVER I GO) [DANCE MIX]

    3. BACK IN MY ARMS (ONCE AGAIN) [DANCE MIX]

    4. NO FOOL (FOR LOVE) [DANCE VERSION]

    5. JEALOUS LOVE [EXTENDED VERSION]

    6. SEARCHIN’ [MEGAMIX]

    7. WHATEVER I DO (WHEREVER I GO) [EXTENDED REMIX]

    8. NO FOOL (FOR LOVE) [THE MURRAY MIX]

    9. SEARCHIN’ [INSTRUMENTAL]

    10. NO FOOL (FOR LOVE) [PART TWO INSTRUMENTAL]

    11. WHATEVER I DO (WHEREVER I GO) [DUB MIX]

    12. NO FOOL (FOR LOVE) [DUBAJOKER MIX]

    Aufgrund der vielen Re-releses und Fälschungen bitte ich sobald wie möglich um die konkrete EAN Nummer !!!

    Ich warne an dieser Stelle vor illegalen Nachpressungen auf dem Gebraucht CD Markt !!!
    Ich habe eine "Made in Japan"-Cd, die aber eine russsiche Fälschung ist aus ENGLAND bekommen.
    Da wäre ich wirklich zuletzt drauf gekommen ... weggeschmissen ...

    Bitte passt auf !!!

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    Stranglers
    Aural Sculpture Marble Stone/Black Double Vinyl






    35th ANNIVERSARY 2LP ON 180g HEAVYWEIGHT VINYL

    - ONE BLACK LP; ONE MARBLED STONE

    - REMASTERED

    - BONUS TRACKS - INCLUDING PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED

    - UNIQUE SIGNED 10”x10” ART PRINT

    - INDIVIDUALLY NUMBERED & LIMITED TO JUST 1000

    Originally released in November 1984, AURAL SCULPTURE was The STRANGLERS’ eighth studio LP and second for the Epic label.

    A new producer and engineer, Laurie Latham (who was coming off the back of the massive success of Paul Young’s No Parlez) injected another commercial direction. For the first time, a brass section was used to enrich the overall sound of tracks like ICE QUEEN, PUNCH & JUDY and MAD HATTER and the soulful larynxes of the trio who would later form London Beat added a “Stax” feel to LET ME DOWN EASY, NO MERCY and MAD HATTER. First single SKIN DEEP has a particularly rich production which remains powerful and contemporary. It was the first track Latham worked on. He took Dave to the studio in Brussels in early 1984 to develop the keyboard sound and the result was inspiring. On its release in October, six weeks ahead of the album, SKIN DEEP set a marker for what was to follow. One of the band’s finest songs, it still breaks up the radio play monopoly of staples NO MORE HEROES & GOLDEN BROWN to this day. NO MERCY and LET ME DOWN EASY made up the album’s trio of UK single releases into 1985, although SPAIN was additionally released in the country from which it takes its name. It deals with the nation’s development post-dictator General Franco and includes a passage from a speech - in Spanish - made by his daughter, Carmen, when she was eight. Other key songs include the haunting Cold War chill of NORTH WINDS - the only song on the album written and sung by JJ; the bouncy UPTOWN, with its classic Stranglers’ double-meaning lyric which, prima facie sounds like it’s about horse racing, complete with commentary excerpt but is, in fact, New York slang for someone high on cocaine; LAUGHING, an arguably surprising tribute to Marvin Gaye, who had been shot dead by his own father, himself a man of the cloth, on April 1st that year and SOULS, a first foray into Mayan culture that would re-surface and go deeper on next album, DREAMTIME.

    AURAL SCULPTURE, with all its horns and backing singers, was regarded at the time as a further - controversial - shift in style for the band. It peaked in the UK Album Chart at a relatively disappointing #14, though the 10 weeks it spent there were around the busy festive period, so sales were healthy. Elsewhere, it proved to be a bit of a break-through album: in Germany, it was the band’s first to crack the Top 20 and it also performed well in Australia. The album title had been knocking around the band for a while. The track of that name had been a free single with FELINE at the start of 1983 and its adoption here was designed to not only wind people up in that Stranglers-do-dark-humour kind of way but was also a protest against all the real pretentious music around at the time. Again, it was another play on words; “oral” being connected with the mouth, whilst “aural”, the ears. Hence the giant 12’ tall Ear sculpture. This was created by Hugh’s brother-in-law, a then-north London art teacher, who got one of his classes to make it. It’s fibreglass, so they could cart it about. Hence the cover, which was shot in London’s Trafalgar Square in February, 1984, to the bemusement, if not indifference, of the tourists. The deeper photoshoot, as seen on the exclusive new inner bags, had the band dressed up: Hugh as Lord Nelson, down from his column; Dave as Biggles; JJ as Joseph Chamberlain and Jet as a country vicar. Fortunately, they stuck to the Meninblack look for the cover itself...

    The bonus LP on this 35th Anniversary release is another first for this series of re-issues; it being cut on STONE GREY MARBLED VINYL. Sub-titled SHROUDED IN BLACK, this references a lyric from arguably the album’s finest track, NORTH WINDS. Side 3 kicks off with four tracks lifted from a particularly good night at Zurich Volkhaus in Switzerland. Recorded on the European leg of the AURAL SCULPTURE Tour on 14th April, 1985, these tracks have never been officially released until now. SPAIN was recorded live at the band’s co-headline slot at Reading Festival on 30th August, 1987 and made it onto the ALL LIVE & ALL OF THE NIGHT album, released in 1988. HERE & THERE & HOT CLUB (Instrumental) were, respectively, the B-side for SKIN DEEP and the 12” bonus track for NO MERCY. The former, produced by Laurie Latham, so possibly an early contender for the album, is JJ in full-on Euroman mode; the latter, named in tribute to the Hot Club de Paris, is possibly a left-over composition from Dave & JJ’s Fire & Water with some Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Grappelli-style acoustic guitars and jazz violin added for good measure (the pair founded the Hot Club de Paris) - along with a frantic drum machine.

    Side 4 continues with three further B-sides. IN ONE DOOR (from NO MERCY), which possibly deals with all the various relationship issues in and around the band at the time; HEAD ON THE LINE (from the NO MERCY EP), which is an anti-drug song and ACHILLES HEEL (from LET ME DOWN EASY), which remains one of the best and liveliest tracks from this fruitful and fertile song-writing period. The last four tracks are all live. NORTH WINDS was recorded acoustically in November 2007 and was previously released on THEMENINBLACKINBRUGGE CD, whilst SKIN DEEP is from London’s Hammersmith Apollo in March 2010. It was previously released on the LIVE AT THE APOLLO DVD but this is the first time either track has been released on vinyl. ICE QUEEN (Brighton Dome) and UPTOWN (Bristol Academy) were both recorded in March, 2019 on the band’s UK tour and feature Jim on drums. They were added to the set specifically so they could appear on this 35th Anniversary 2LP. Again, both are previously unreleased and exclusive here.

    The whole package is contained in a wide-spine sleeve. The Ear sculpture and band logo have been picked out in spot varnish to add a new gloss to the cover. Both LPs run at 331⁄3 RPM and are presented in newly-created inner bags. An art print of the Ear sculpture, measuring roughly 10”x10” with each one individually signed by Jet, JJ, Dave & Baz is also included.

    ORIGINAL LP: AURAL SCULPTURE

    SIDE 1:

    1. ICE QUEEN
    2. SKIN DEEP
    3. LET ME DOWN EASY
    4. NO MERCY
    5. NORTH WINDS

    SIDE 2:

    1. UPTOWN
    2. PUNCH & JUDY
    3. SPAIN
    4. LAUGHING
    5. SOULS
    6. MAD HATTER

    BONUS LP: STONE GREY MARBLED VINYL - AURAL SCULPTURE - SHROUDED IN BLACK

    SIDE 3:

    1. NO MERCY*
    2. SOULS*
    3. LET ME DOWN EASY*
    4. PUNCH & JUDY*
    5. SPAIN
    6. HERE & THERE
    7. HOT CLUB (INSTRUMENTAL)

    SIDE 4:

    1. IN ONE DOOR
    2. HEAD ON THE LINE
    3. ACHILLES HEEL
    4. NORTH WINDS*
    5. SKIN DEEP*
    6. ICE QUEEN*
    7. UPTOWN*

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    Hazell Heart First ist jetzt als Expanded vorbestellbar bei Amazon direkt, ebenso vorbestellbar sind die beiden Kim Wilde Alben "Kim Wilde" und "Select" (die dritte Catch as catch can war noch nicht drinn) - bei Kim Wilde "WALLET" oder "WALLET-EDITION"

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    Street Fighting Years, released in May 1989 and produced by Trevor Horn (and Stephen Lipson), wasSimple Minds' eighth studio album. Recorded in Scotland between 1988 and 1989, during a period of personnel changes within the band, Street Fighting Years was a departure from the band's previous sound. While still maintaining the Arena Rock sound the band were known for, they moved away from the Soul influences on the previous records and embraced a new Celtic/Folk sound. The lyrics built on the more political themes which the band had introduced with "Ghost Dancing", covering topics such as the poll taxand the Irish 'Troubles', and political activists including Nelson Mandela and Steven Biko. The album became the band's fourth successive number one album in the UK. It was released on the back of the chart-topping single "Belfast Child", which was released three months earlier and had reached number one in the singles chart. This version released in multiple formats and fully endorsed by the band, has been remastered at Abbey Road studios by Andrew Walters and contains the album as well as a bonus disc of B-sides, edits and 12 remixes, and most of the previously unissued Verona show from 1989. The booklet was designed by long time contributor Stuart Crouch and contains sleeve notes by Daryl Easlea who interviewed the band and producer Trevor Horn extensively for the set. These provide an insight into how the album was recorded and produced, as well as what was going on in the band at the time. This new album comes as a deluxe 4CD box with bonus discs containing remixes and B-sides, plus 2 discs of the band live in Verona. DISC ONE: Street Fighting Years DISC TWO: B-Sides / Remixes DISC THREE: Live in Verona DISC FOUR: Live in Verona Remastered at Abbey Road Notes by Daryl Easlea Housed in a Fairport Convention style box with booklet











    CD1
    1 Street Fighting Years
    2 Soul Crying Out
    3 Wall of Love
    4 This Is Your Land
    5 Take A Step Back
    6 Kick It In
    7 Let it All Come Down
    8 Mandela Day
    9 Belfast Child
    10 Biko
    11 When Spirits Rise
    CD2
    1 Belfast Child - Edit
    2 Mandela Day - Edit
    3 This Is Your Land - Edit
    4 Saturday Girl - B-Side
    5 Year of The Dragon - B-Side
    6 This Is Your Land - DJ Version
    7 Kick It IN - Edit
    8 Waterfront - '89 Remix
    9 Big Sleep - Live
    10 Kick it In - Unauthorized Mix
    11 Sign O' The Times - Edit
    12 Let It All Come Down - Edit
    13 Sign O' The Times - B Side
    14 Jerusalem B-Side
    15 Sign O' The Times - C.J. Mackintosh Remix
    CD3
    1 Them for Great Cities '90
    2 When Spirits Rise
    3 Street Fighting Years
    4 Mandela Day
    5 This Is Your Land
    6 Soul Crying Out
    7 Waterfront - '89 Remix
    8 Ghost Dancing
    9 Book of Brilliant Things
    10 Don't You (Forget About Me)
    CD4
    1 Gaelic Melody
    2 Kick It In
    3 Let It All Come Down
    4 Belfast Child
    5 Sun City
    6 Biko
    7 Sanctify Yourself
    8 East at Easter
    9 Alive and Kicking

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