Wishing I Was Lucky - Various - The Power Of The 80s (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Wishing I Was Lucky - Various - The Power Of The 80s (CD, Album)

  1. Released in March , "Blue Monday" is one of the best-selling twelve-inch singles in British history. (It was later included on cassette and CD versions of Power, Corruption & Lies but not the LP.).
  2. Wishing I Was Lucky (Live Version) This song is by Wet Wet Wet and appears on the album Popped In Souled Out (). Maybe it's something completely wrong, Something you can try. I was living in a world of make believe. When my best friend wrote and told me. That there may be a job in the city.
  3. May 06,  · Last week, we brought you the 90s album covers riebrilcinleditithedemaltelali.coinfo week, it's back to the 80s to see if you can recognise the following sleeve artwork.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Picture Disc CD release of Wishing I Was Lucky on Discogs.
  5. But the sound here is also quite different – supported by arrangements and production by David Donnelly – who provides just the right blend of modes to push Malik's music boldly forward – using light keys, snapping rhythms, and a really rich tapestry of sound to fill up the spaces, and give the album a really majestic sound!
  6. For fans of the late great musician, singer and songwriter Robert Palmer. This cd is a must have in your RP collection. Admittedly, I didn't know what to expect from the Power Station but, now I can't stop playing it. Robert Palmer's voice is very evident on all the tracks. It's an amazing cd and I'm so glad I /5().
  7. This album has great songs on it but alot of the songs are not even the original artists. I wish I would've paid more attention to the the "artists" names beside each song before purchasing. With that being said, it's alot of songs for a cheap price if you don't mind who's singing them/5(19).
  8. Like its predecessor, Living in Oblivion, Vol. 2 is an entertaining but frustrating collection of new wave and MTV hits from the early '80s. A number of great new wave singles are here -- "Mickey," "Love Plus One," "Just Got Lucky," "88 Lines About 44 Women," "Church of the Poison Mind" -- but the album loses momentum by placing slick late-'80s MTV hits like T'Pau's "Heart and Soul" and the.

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