Recorded on their first concert tour, this is the first release by Dave Bainbridge's new band Celestial Fire. Featuring a mix of IONA music (some rarely played live, such as 'Brendan's Voyage/Return'), music from Dave's solo albums and even a Yes cover or two, this recording shows the astonishing breadth of talent and stunning musical sensitivity in this new line up…
The fifth in a series of 8 simultaneously released sets celebrating the most iconic British pop show of all time takes a journey back in time to a time of goths, stadium rockers, the acid house revolution and funky dreads. Marking the period 1985-1989 this 3-CD collection includes Simple Minds, The Cure, Soul II Soul, Fleetwood Mac, Duran Duran, Simply Red and many more.
Music for the Masses is the sixth studio album by Depeche Mode. It was released by Mute Records on 28 September 1987. The album became the band's highest-charting in the US upon its release, reaching #35 on the Billboard 200. It also contained more hit singles than any of their previous releases. While there was no extremely popular single from the album ("People Are People" from Some Great Reward reached #13 on the Billboard Hot 100), the three singles that were released all made it onto the Hot 100, a feat that hadn't been achieved by any Depeche Mode single after those from Some Great Reward. Moreover, all three singles achieved modest success on the chart.
Referred to as "the great white hope of progressive rock" by Rolling Stone; UK were one of the most influential and acclaimed supergroups of the 1970s. Originally formed in England in 1977 by keyboardist and electric-violinist Eddie Jobson (Roxy Music, Frank Zappa); vocalist and bassist John Wetton (King Crimson); guitarist Allan Holdsworth (Soft Machine); and drummer Bill Bruford (Yes, King Crimson, Genesis), UK represented the final statement of the classic progressive-rock era…
Afterburner is the ninth studio album by the American rock band ZZ Top, released in 1985. Afterburner was a financial success, going several times platinum and launching several hit singles, the most successful of which was "Sleeping Bag" which peaked at No. 1 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks and at No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100. In the UK, it was the band's second album to be certified by the British Phonographic Industry, attaining Gold in 1985. In 1990, it was certified Platinum in the UK.
Hitlist UK is a weekly UK chart series which airs on MTV Europe. Its format has changed over the years. Originally airing in July 1992 as a two-hour television program that aired the official UK Top 40 singles chart. This week was replaced by the leader - Justin Bieber with his track "Sorry" pushed Adele with her hit "Hello".
2010 TOP 100 Five CD set. The recording of "Roll Over Lay Down" was the studio version from the "Hello!" album and the version of "Tommy's In Love" was from the "Rock 'Til You Drop" album. The album versions of "Caroline", "Down Down", "Mystery Song", "Accident Prone", "Going Down Town Tonight", "In The Army Now", "Dreamin'", "Burning Bridges" and "Sherri Don't Fail Me Now!" were used. The compilation also included the Manchester United Football Squad "Come On You Reds" single and the collaboration single with Scooter. Released on the 25th. June 2010. The album peaked number 23 on the Dutch Albums Top 100.