Details about The Hit List. (2 Album Set - Gatefold) 33 LP RECORD ALBUMSee original listing
28 Oct, 2014 08:52:34 AEDST
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
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Rock and Pop Compilation
1980 to 1985
On offer is a 33 LP album,
"THE HIT LIST"
All original songs performed by the original artists.
This compilation album's release date is UNKNOWN.
This album comes as a two record set.
Label: K-tel Records.
Serial No. NA679
The record's cover and gatefold are in good to very-good condition showing some signs of wear on the corners, along the edges and across both surfaces. A great cover for its age.
The records' themselves are in very-good condition. Upon playing, there was no skipping and some minor scratch noise which in no way diminished the excellent sound quality of the music. In general, the whole album is very clean and presentable.
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Side One: (In order) Relax (Frankie goes to Hollywood); Run runaway (Slade); To Sir with love (Vicki Sue Robinson); Hold me now (Thompson Twins); Message to my girl (Split Enz); Listening (Pseudo Echo); Here comes the rain again (Eurythmics); I send a message (INXS).
Side Two: (In order) Eyes without a face (Billy Idol); Computer One (Dear Enemy); Baby I lied (Deborah Allen); Streetdance (Break Machine); When we make love (Alabama); Say it isn't so (Hall & Oates); Politics of dancing (Reflex).
Side One: (In order) Big girls (Electric Pandas); People are people (Depeche Mode); Taking the town (Icehouse); Safety Dance (Men Without Hats); Love somebody (Rick Springfield); We're coming to get you (Glen Shorrock); Love and affection (Allniters); Love is a battlefield (Pat Benatar).
Side Two: (In order) Wouldn't it be good (Nik Kershaw); Two hearts beat as one (U2); Soldier of fortune (John Paul Young); Find a way out (Mother Goose); Puttin' on the Ritz (Taco); Tonight, I celebrate my love (Peabo Bryson & Roberta Flack); Catch me I'm falling (Real Life).
Postage and packing $14.00 within Australia. Total weight is over 500g.
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