ChuckyG's List of 80's Compilation Disks, Main List, J-R

This list consists of compilations that have fewer than 3 CD's reviewed for a series. Compilations can be discs that are marketed as strictly eighties songs or compilations that came out during the eighties that consist of popular music at the time. Please no country/rap/classical or other non-mainstream compilations.

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Title   : ... Just Can't Get Enough - Original Hits Frome the 80's
Label   : EMI-Medley    2CD - EMI 8328532  c1995 EMI-Medley, Denmark
TTime   : CD-1: 75:38   CD-2: 69:28
Notes   : Excellent notes and photos.
Reviewer: James M. Miller  KCWU 88.1 FM
Paid    : $6.85 Used, Mint Condition!
Rank    : 5 out of 5

Track Listing
Title                                  Artist(s)
-=-=-                                  -=-=-=-=-
Living In Another World                Talk Talk
Tainted Love / Where Did Our Love Go (12") Soft Cell
Feels Like Heaven                      Fiction Factory
Shout                                  Tears For Fears
Gold                                   Spandau Ballet
The Look Of Love                       ABC
Wham Rap                               Wham
Temptation                             Heaven 17
Fade To Grey                           Visage
You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)      Dead Or Alive
Maria Magdalena                        Sandra
She Drives Me Crazy                    Fine Young Cannibals
The Model                              Kraftwerk
The Sound Of The Crowd                 Human League
Blue Monday (12")                      New Order
Why                                    Bronski Beat
Situation                              Yazoo
Kids In America                        Kim Wilde
Stand And Deliver                      Adam And The Ants
99 Luftballons                         Nena
Our House                              Madness
I Don't Like Mondays                   Boomtown Rats
Come On Eileen                         Dexy's Midnight Runners
Visions Of China                       Japan
Living On Video (12")                  Trans X
Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of These)       Eurythmics
Maid Of Orleans                        O.M.D.
Vienna                                 Ultravox
Do You Really Want To Hurt Me          Culture Club
Too Shy                                Kajagoogoo
Doctor Doctor                          Thompson Twins
Puttin'On The Ritz                     Taco

NOT to be confused with the US 'Just Can't Get Enough' Series!!! Thirty-two
great tracks from the eighties. Remember the 'Wham Rap'? My favorite all-time
group, Kraftwerk is included in this totally-awesome CD. A nice blend of pop
and wave songs make this CD great for parties. The booklet is crammed with
lots of pictures of staple 80's nostalgia such as: unisex dance shoes
(Fluevog's &Creepers), posing, badges, lip gloss, heavy gel, and fishnet
tanktops. There's even instructions for make-up which can transport you 'back
to the future' with a look that's right out of 1984. If you can locate this
CD, do not hesitate to pick it up.

Title   : The No. 1 Eighties Album
Label   : Polygram (Set No. 525 683-2)
Medium  : CD
TTime   : Disk 1 - 78:30  Disk 2 - 77:00
Notes   : Lists artists, songwriter, date of release and original label for
each song
Reviewer: Michael Elliot
Paid    : $31.95CDN (Import from the UK)
Rank    : 4.5 of 5

TITLE                                   ARTIST
-=-=-                                   -=-=-=-
Pride (In The Name Of Love)             U2
Wishing I Was Lucky                     Wet Wet Wet
Let's Dance                             David Bowie
Don't You (Forget About Me)             Simple Minds
Money For Nothing                       Dire Straits
Rio                                     Duran Duran
Everybody Wants To Rule The World       Tears For Fears
Life's What You Make It                 Talk Talk
I'm Still Standing                      Elton John
Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go             Wham!
Relax                                   Frankie Goes To Hollywood
Mirror Man                              The Human League
Call Me                                 Blondie
Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)         Eurythmics
Dancing With Tears In My Eyes           Ultravox
Only You                                Yazoo
Souvenir                                Orchestral Manouvres In The Dark
Sometimes                               Erasure
Wouldn't It Be Good                     Nik Kershaw
True Faith                              New Order

TITLE                                   ARTIST
-=-=-                                   -=-=-=-
Take On Me                              A-HA
Road To Nowhere                         Talking Heads
Beat Surrender                          The Jam
Rebel Yell                              Billy Idol
Fields Of Fire                          Big Country
Let My People Go-Go                     The Rainmakers
Living In A Box                         Living In A Box
The Killing Moon                        Echo And The Bunnymen
She Drives Me Crazy                     Fine Young Cannibals
Oblivious                               Aztec Camera
This Charming Man                       The Smiths
Tainted Love                            Soft Cell
Kiss Me                                 Steven "Tin Tin" Duffy
The Model                               Kraftwerk
Walk Like An Egyptian                   Bangles
Centrefold                              J. Geils Band
Time (Clock Of The Heart)               Culture Club
Slave To Love                           Bryan Ferry
(I Just) Died In Your Arms              Cutting Crew
Little Lies                             Fleetwood Mac
True                                    Spandau Ballet


The two discs in this set provide an excellent overview of pop music in
the '80's.  From technopop (Yazoo) to the new romantics (Spandau Ballet),
from one hit wonders (Living In A Box) to artists who are still putting
out hits today (U2), its all here.  It gets a special mention for using
more obscure songs from bands whose biggest hits already turn up on other
compilation discs.  For example, they feature Big Country's hard to find
Fields of Fire rather than In A Big Country.  I was especially glad to
find Nik Kershaw's "Wouldn't It Be Good" and the song I feel is most
definitive of the sounds of the Eighties, Soft Cell's "Tainted Love", in
this set.  If these discs had featured 3 more songs (Howard Jones' "New
Song", The Psychedelic Furs' "Heaven" and The Smiths "How Soon Is Now"  I
would have rated it 5 out of 5, and declared it to be the best
compilation album yet.

Title: Now Hear This
Label: Cema Special Markets
TTime: 36:03
Notes: None at all.
Paid : $7
Rank : 1 out of 5.

Track Listing

Title                                  Artist(s)
-=-=-                                  -=-=-=-=-
We Have The Technology                 Pere Ubu
From This World                        East of Eden
Turning Of The Tide                    Richard Thompson
Streets Of Your Town                   The Go-Betweens
Pictures Of Matchstick Men             Camper Van Beethoven
Deep Blue                              Fetchin' Bones
Knock Me Down                          The Red Hot Chili Peppers
Downtown                               Lloyd Cole
Alice                                  Hugh Harris
You're Still Beautiful                 The Church

Not truly an 80's compilation since it contains two songs
from 1990 on it, but close enough for government work.  It contains one
redeeming song, the remake of "Pictures of Matchstick Men" but otherwise
a basically boring compilation of the most bland "alternative" releases
of the end of the eighties.  If you like the Camper Van Beethoven song,
it's the only compilation I know of currently with it, I'd buy their album
instead, since the artists will see more money, and the other losers
on this disc don't deserve squat.

Title: The Obscurity File
Label: OGLIO
TTime: 50:06
Notes: A few paragraphs on each song/group.
Paid : $11
Rank : 4 out of 5.

Track Listing
Title                                  Artist(s)
-=-=-                                  -=-=-=-=-
Kinko The Clown                        Ogden Edsl
Teenage Enema Nurses In Bondage        Killer Pussy
Funky Poodle                           Wild Horses
Pajama Party                           Unit 3 With Venus
The Earthquake File                    Little Girls
Dwarf Tossin'                          Bouquet Of Veal
Buffy Come Back                        Angel &The Reruns
Time Is A Ticky Talk                   Klondike Karl
See You On The Other Side              Brian Briggs
Harley David                           Bollock Brothers
Ronnies Song                           LAX
Urban Struggle                         Vandals
Cowpunk                                Scott Goddard
The Rodeo Song                         Bird &Mac Donald
Kinko Returns                          Ogden Edsl

        The opening paragraph of the liner notes mentions that it was the
author's intent to find the most politically backward tunes for this
compilation.  He succeeded.  "Kinko the Clown," a Dr. Demento staple of the
eighties opens the disc, and closes the disc with the follow up sequel.  Only
the eighties could give us a song about a pedophile clown, and then he
follows it up with tunes like "Teenage Enema Nurses in Bondage", "Dwarf
Tossing", "Harley David (Son of A Bitch)", and other songs I'd never play in
front of my pastor.  In other words, a great disc.  I was a little
disappointed "Gidget Goes to Hell" didn't make the cut, especially since
"Buffy Come Back" is on here, it would seem to be a perfect match.  This is
of course more of a novelty album than a dance album, but all this music saw
airplay on the radio stations (in addition to Dr. Demento) and it's pretty
K001 to own, glad I bought it.

Title   : Only Rock and Roll! 1980-1984
Label   : JCI, A Division of Essex Entertainment,Inc. by Warner Special Products
Medium  : CD
TTime   : 76:49
Notes   : Just songwriting credits and label information
Reviewer: R.T. Jackson
Paid    : $9
Rank    : 2 out of 5

Track Listing
Title                                   Artist
-=-=-                                   -=-=-=-=-
Shake It Up                             The Cars
Owner Of A Lonely Heart                 Yes
Celebration                             Kool &The Gang
Harden My Heart                         Quarterflash
Bette Davis Eyes                        Kim Carnes
Do You Really Want To Hurt Me           Culture Club
I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)         Hall and Oates
Gloria                                  Laura Branigan
Centerfold                              J. Geils Band
Electric Avenue                         Eddy Grant
Heartbreaker                            Pat Benatar
Call Me                                 Blondie
I Can Dream About You                   Dan Hartman
Funkytown                               Lipps, Inc.
Take It On The Run                      REO Speedwagon
The Glamorous Life                      Sheila E.
Christopher Cross                       Ride Like The Wind
Jump (For My Love)                      The Pointer Sisters

        This is one of the longest single record compilations I've ever
bought. This particular CD is part of a set which spans four decades. The
only word that comes to mind as I listen to it is "weak". We have good,
decent songs like "Harden my Heart", and "I Can Dream About You" (one of
my favorites) intertwined with pure crap like "Celebration", one of the
songs that gives the Eighties a bad name, and the Hall and Oates. JCI
apparently wanted to make an album covering all the bases (R & B, Pop,
Dance, Rock, New Wave, et. al.); and ended up with seventy-five minutes
of mediocrity.

Title   : Only Rock and Roll! 1985-1989
Label   : JCI, A Division of Essex Entertainment,Inc. by Warner Special Products
Medium  : CD
TTime   : 77:03
Notes   : Just songwriting credits and label information
Reviewer: R.T. Jackson
Paid    : $9
Rank    : 3 out of 5

Track Listing
Title                                   Artist
-=-=-                                   -=-=-=-=-
Freeway Of Love                         Aretha Franklin
California Girls                        David Lee Roth
Broken Wings                            Mr. Mister
Walk Like An Egyptian                   The Bangles
St. Elmo's Fire (Man In Motion)         John Parr
Head to Toe                             Lisa Lisa &Cult Jam
When The Children Cry                   White Lion
Keep Your Hands To Yourself             Georgia Satellites
Wild, Wild West                         The Escape Club
Tonight She Comes                       The Cars
My Perogative                           Bobby Brown
Obsession                               Animotion
I Want To Know What Love Is             Foreigner
Life In A Northern Town                 Dream Academy
Sea Of Love                             The Honeydrippers
When Smokey Sings                       ABC
La Bamba                                Los Lobos
Lean On Me                              Club Noveau
With Every Beat Of My Heart             Taylor Dane
Little Lies                             Fleetwood Mac

        You don't get much longer than this. This CD is better
than the previous one, but suffers from the same problem which
doomed the previous one: Poor song selection. There are only a
few bad songs on this one, in my opinion. "Head To Toe" is one
of those songs which you can't remember hearing, but once you
listen to it, you see why you forgot it in the first place.
"Freeway Of Love" is forgettable. "My Prerogative"...uh, no.
Songs 16, 17, 18, and 19 are just plain nauseating; 16 perhaps
more than the others. A long, painful slide from "Poison Arrow";
that's for sure.
        Put the White Lion song on at a party, and watch the
guests run for their cars.

From Greg:
JCI/Warner's first entry in the compilation category. Pulling from a good
sized library of eighties hits this one shows strong collectability. Strong
cuts include: Los Lobos "La Bamba", David Lee Roth "Calif. Girls", Escape
Club "Wild Wild West". Rating: 4.75

Title   : #1 Radio Hits, Only Rock and Roll! 1985-1989
Label   : JCI, A Division of Essex Entertainment,Inc. by Warner Special Products
Medium  : CD
TTime   : 76:00
Notes   : Just songwriting credits and label information
Reviewer: Greg
Paid    : $9
Rank    : 5 out of 5

Track Listing
Title                                   Artist
-=-=-                                   -=-=-=-=-
Need You Tonight                        INXS
Midnight Blue                           Lou Gramm
Mad About You                           Belinda Carlisle
Rock On                                 Michael Damian
Point Of No Return                      Expose
Only In My Dreams                       Debbie Gibson
Axel F                                  Harold Faltermeyer
Looking For A New Love                  Jody Watley
Tell It To My Heart                     Taylor Dayne
At This Moment                          Billy Vera And The Beaters
Miami Vice Theme                        Jan Hammer
Talk To Me                              Stevie Nicks
Say You Will                            Foreigner
Move Away                               Culture Club
Lost In Emotion                         Lisa Lisa &Cult Jam
I Think We're Alone Now                 Tiffany
Loverboy                                Billy Ocean
Kyrie                                   Mr. Mister
Can't Fight This Feeling                REO Speedwagon
Everytime You Go Away                   Paul Young

Very rarely do I find a compilation that I consider a "must buy" This is
JCI/Warner's second compilation series (see next) As a eighties nut this
one hits just about all the mainstream you can handle. Bonus points for
including not one, but two instrumentals: Axel F &Miami Vice Themes. Very
surprising after the 1980-1984 disk showed a very poor playlist (Not revued)

Title   : Our Friends Electric: The Sound of the '80s
Label   : Telstar (London, 1996) #tcd2814 (also available on mc-stac2814)
TTime   : 72:55 (Disc 1), 67:49 (Disc 2)
Notes   : Short production details (copyright/licensing, etc)
          Highest (British) chart positions denoted.
Paid    : around $25 at Media Play
Rank    : 4.5 out of 5.

Track Listing (1)
Title                                  Artist(s)
-=-=-                                  -=-=-=-=-
Planet Earth                           Duran Duran
Love Action (I Believe in Love)        The Human League
Blue Monday                            New Order
Chant No. 1                            Spandau Ballet
Enola Gay                              Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
Tainted Love                           Soft Cell
(We Don't Need This) Fascist           Heaven 17
   Groove Thing
Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)        Eurythmics
The Model                              Kraftwerk
Don't Go                               Yazoo
Tears Are Not Enough                   ABC
Living on the Ceiling                  Blancmange
Quiet Life                             Japan
Fade to Grey                           Visage
Are "Friends" Electric?                Tubeway Army
Hyperactive                            Thomas Dolby
It's My Life                           Talk Talk
Wood Beez (Pray Like Arethra Franklin) Scritti Politti

A good portion of standard fare mixed up with some real gems ("Love
Action," "The Model," "Living On The Ceiling").  I'm not particularly
thrilled with the sequence, but the inclusion of "It's My Life" makes my

Track Listing (1)
Title                                  Artist(s)
-=-=-                                  -=-=-=-=-
Reward                                 The Teardrop Explodes
Sometimes                              Erasure
Time (Clock of the Heart)              Culture Club
Smalltown Boy                          Bronski Beat
King in a Catholic Style (Wake Up)     China Crisis
Making Plans for Nigel                 XTC
Together in Electric Dreams            Philip Oakey/Giorgio Moroder
Love on Your Side                      Thompson Twins
Einstein A Go-Go                       Landscape
Planet Claire                          The B-52's
Party Fears Two                        The Associates
Video Killed the Radio Star            Buggles
Is It A Dream                          Classix Nouveau
Wishing (If I Had A Photograph of You) A Flock of Seagulls
Imagination                            Belouis Some
Brilliant Mind                         Furniture
Driving Away From Home (Jim's Tune)    It's Immaterial
Vienna                                 Ultravox

Another even mix of romantic, synth, and more hard-driving songs, with
its strongest points in the romantic/synth category.  For me the CD
doesn't really get into its element til "Smalltown Boy," but the 4 to 10
sequence is simply perfect.  "Vienna" is a most excellent ending to this
worthy 2-cd set.

Title   : Punk Rock and New Wave
Label   : AILE
Medium  : CD
TTime   : 41:12
Notes   : None
Reviewer: Charles R. Grosvenor Jr.
Paid    : $5
Rank    : 3 out of 5.

Track Listing
Title                                  Artist(s)
-=-=-                                  -=-=-=-=-
Anarchy in the U.K.                    Sex Pistols
Clash City Rockers                     Clash
In The City                            The Jam
Welcome to the Working Week            Elvis Costello
Sheena is a Punk Rocker                Ramones
See No Evil                            ?
Something Better Change                ?
Psycho Killer                          Talking Heads
X Offender                             Blondie
Hong Kong Garden                       Siouxsie and the Banshees
Young Savage                           ?
Showroom Dummies                       ?

The Stranglers sing one of the ? songs

	This disc is labeled for the most part in Japanese, only the song
titles are in English (like all the songs).  I don't recognize all the songs
on here, so there's a lot of question marks here. Overall, this is a fun disc,
with a lot of punk standards ("Anarchy in the UK" and "Clash City Rocker")
and this is the first disc I've bought with the classic new wave song "Pyscho
Killer" by the Talking Heads.  I recommend picking it up if you find it,
which I doubt you will unless you're in Japan.

Title: Punk University Volume 1
Label: OGLIO
TTime: 34:54
Notes: Song listing and copywrite dates.
Paid : $11
Rank : 5 out of 5.

Track Listing
Title                                  Artist(s)
-=-=-                                  -=-=-=-=-
Institutionalized                      Suicidal Tendencies
Orgasm Addict                          Buzzcocks
Homicide                               999
Beat On The Brat                       The Ramones
Ladykiller                             Vandals
Amoeba                                 Adolescents
Wild In The Streets                    Circle Jerks
Annette's Got The Hits                 Redd Kross
Los Angeles                            X
New York's Allright If You Like Sax.   Fear
Lust For Life                          Iggy Pop
Eighties                               Killing Joke

        Beat on the brat, beat on the brat, beat on the brat, WITH A BASEBALL
BAT!  Ok, now you know why I bought this compilation, and it's the only
non-eighties tune on here, but I'm willing to forgive them as it fits
perfectly on here.  The disc is kinda short, but let's face it, the Ramones
never wrote a song over 3 minutes, and well, most punk groups tend not to
generate 8 minute long ballads, so this is to be expected when there's 12
songs on the disc.  This disc has all the classic groups on it, if you
listened to any punk during the eighties, you'll be familar with the whole
disc.  I didn't listen to much punk myself, and even I recognize almost all
these tunes.  I highly recomend this to anyone, especially if they're big
into today's punk groups like Green Day, now you'll know where they get their

Title   : Radio Daze: Pop Hits of the '80s, Volume One
Label   : Rhino
Medium  : CD
TTime   : 43:24
Notes   : Excellent notes with a few pictures
Reviewer: Charles R. Grosvenor Jr.
Paid    : $10
Rank    : 2 out of 5.

Track Listing
Title                                  Artist(s)
-=-=-                                  -=-=-=-=-
Escape (The Pina Colada Song)          Rupert Holmes
You're Only Lonely                     J.D. Souther
Heaven Must Have Sent You              Bonnie Pointer
This Night Won't Last Forever          Michael Johnson
Rolene                                 Moon Martin
An American Dream                      The Dirt Band
Do That To Me One More Time            Captain &Tennille
Romeo's Tune                           Steve Forbert
Set Me Free                            Utopia
Pretty Girls                           Melissa Manchester
Gee Whiz                               Bernadette Peters
Please Don't Leave                     Lauren Wood

        Wow, this disc is truly bad.  If you want the "Pina Colada Song"
then I recomend buying the original disc, since the rest of the songs on
here are enough to put even the biggest soft rock fans to sleep.  Later
discs in this series even go on to have remakes of the Dukes of Hazard
theme song, which makes this a really poor series that just got off to
bad start and progressed even further downhill.

Title   : Read the Hits/Best of the 80s
Label   : Risky Business
Medium  : CD
TTime(1): 52:51
TTime(2): 51:43
Notes   : Song listing with copywrite info.
Reviewer: Charles R. Grosvenor Jr.
Paid    : $12
Rank    : 3 out of 5.

Track Listing(1)
Title                                  Artist(s)
-=-=-                                  -=-=-=-=-
And We Danced                          Hooters
Voices Carry                           'Til Tuesday
Love My Way                            Psychedelic Furs
Burnin' For You                        Blue Oyster Cult
Total Eclipse of the Heart             Bonnie Tyler
Goodbye to You                         Scandal
Cum on Feel the Noize                  Quiet Riot
(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right
  (To Party)                           Beastie Boys
Walk On Water                          Eddie Money
The Flame                              Cheap Trick
Talking In Your Sleep                  The Romantics
Keep On Loving You                     R.E.O. Speedwagon

Track Listing(2)
Title                                  Artist(s)
-=-=-                                  -=-=-=-=-
Rosanna                                Toto
99 Luftbaloons                         Nena
867-5309/Jenny                         Tommy Tutone
You're a Friend of Mine                Clarence Clemons and Jackson Browne
Goody Two Shoes                        Adam Ant
When I See You Smile                   Bad English
Walk Like An Egyptian                  Bangles
Your Love                              The Outfield
Let's Groove                           Earth, Wind, and Fire
Slipping Away                          Dave Edmunds
Hot Girls In Love                      Loverboy
Run Runaway                            Slade

        Not bad, it's got a lot of songs on it that others
compilations already have.  The inclusions of the Cheap Trick song was good,
the version of 99 Luftbaloons is the English version, I would have probably
left the Earth, Wind and Fire tune off this disc though.  It's basically an
ok compilation, not bad, not great.

Title   : Rock of the 80's
Label   : CBS
Medium  : Cassette
TTime   : 40 minutes apprx.
Notes   : Track Listing
Reviewer: Charles R. Grosvenor Jr.
Paid    : $5
Rank    : 4 out of 5.

Track Listing
Title                                  Artist(s)
-=-=-                                  -=-=-=-=-
Open Arms                              Journey
Talking In Your Sleep                  The Romantics
Rosanna                                Toto
Let's Groove                           Earth Wind &Fire
I'm Alright (Theme From Caddy Shack)   Kenny Loggins
Goody Two Shoes                        Adam Ant
Total Eclipse of the Heart             Bonnie Tyler
Eye Of The Tiger                       Survivor
Hold On                                Kansas
Working For the Weekend                Loverboy
Keep On Loving You                     REO Speedwagon
Cum On Feel The Noise                  Quiet Riot

        One of the first compilation I ever bought, in a truck stop in
the middle of nowhere, this has a lot of top 40 songs you just can't
find elsewhere.  If you liked arena rock of the seventies, you probably
liked these songs too.  The biggest reason to own this tape is for the
themesong from Caddy Shack by Kenny Logins, which is one of those great
feel good songs of the early eighties.  What's really nice about this
collection is that all the songs are big hits and most people will
instantly recognize the artists as well as the songs presented.  If you
can find it, grab it.

Title:  Rock Of the 80s, Volume One
Label: Cema Special Products
TTime: 44:21
Notes: None
Paid : $6
Rank : 4 out of 5.

Track Listing
Title                                  Artist(s)
-=-=-                                  -=-=-=-=-
Tenderness                             General Public
A Girl Like You                        The Smithereens
Always Something There To Remind Me    Naked Eyes
True                                   Spandau Ballet
Rapture                                Blondie
Too Shy                                Kajagoogoo
Let's Go All The Way                   Sly Fox
Suddenly Last Summer                   The Motels
She's A Beauty                         The Tubes
Missing You                            John Waite

        Not a bad disc, certainly worth the six dollars I paid for it,
				the inclusion of Sly Fox was certainly appreciated. The selections
are primarily based more on what's fashonable to look back on now (like
most compilations actually), my only complaint is the length of the CD,
though for six dollars, I'm not complaining much.

Title: Rock Of The 80s Volume Two
Label: Cema Special Products
TTime: 42:20
Notes: None
Paid : $6
Rank : 2 out of 5.

Track Listing
Title                                  Artist(s)
-=-=-                                  -=-=-=-=-
Destination Unknown                    Missing Persons
Really Saying Something                Fun Boy Three
Turning Japanese                       The Vapors
The Politics Of Dancing                Re-Flex
I'm Not Perfect                        Grace Jones
(What) In The Name Of Love             Naked Eyes
Let's Go All The Way                   Sly Fox
The Mexican                            Jellybean
Bette Davis Eyes                       Kim Carnes
Walk The Dinosaur                      Was (Not Was)

        A lot of crap fills out this disc.  The biggest insult is the
inclusion of Sly Fox after they already had it on the first disc, which
had I realized at the time, I wouldn't have purchased this disc.  The
songs by the recognizable groups on here weren't really popular (and for
a reason).  The only bright light on here is the song "Walk The Dinosaur"
which hardly, if ever, appears on compilations (why I don't know).

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