Various - Electric Level 2 The Very Best Of Electronic, New Wave & Synth album FLAC
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Various Artists - Electric Level 2 - The Very Best of Electric, New Wave & Synth. Title:Various Artists - Electric Level 2 - The Very Best of Electric, New Wave & Synth. Artist:Various Artists. Your item will be previously owned but still in great condition. New Wave, Punk/New Wave, Dance Pop, Electro/Synth, Electronica, Europop, Disco, Electro.
Electric Level 2 - The Very Best of Electric, New Wave & Synth. Audio CD. Various Artists. Audio CD (30 Mar. 2002). Love almost every track on this album.
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As we look at the best New Wave albums of the '70s and '80s, we're focused both on the early records that overlap with our 50 Best Post-Punk Albums list through the New Romantics, left-of-center power-pop and synth rock of the '80s. The 50 Best New Wave Albums. By Josh Jackson September 8, 2016 12:58pm. Music Lists New Wave. New Wave music meant a lot of things in the late 1970s.
While this is by no means a thorough compendium of the best that early electronic, new wave, and synth pop had to offer, there are definitely some choice moments on this compilation that would be an excellent purchase to fill the holes in a CD collection. Kicking off very obviously with the Gary Numan classic "Cars" and working its way through some of the biggest synth hits of the era (from the Thompson Twins, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, et., this is a solid two-disc workout
Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965. Lyricapsule: Nirvana Drop ‘Bleach’; June 15, 1989.
Best audio interfaces. Best electronic drum kits. Best electric guitars. The inclusion of the new classic oscillator bank and new modulation options take this plugin in new and exciting directions, building on its spectral foundations to deliver more 'music- friendly' sounds. It can be a little demanding on the host CPU, but when a synth sounds this good, that's to be expected.
This entire album is a treasure that exemplifies Minimal Wave. The fact that it has remained relatively obscure and didn’t get much attention or distribution at the time is incredible. It came out in 1982 on a Canadian label called Manhattan-Formula. He started out making minimal synth wave stuff and then called it quits in 1989 with an album called The Beat Is Over. Between 1981 and 1989, he released four LPs, four 7 s and five 12 s. These songs are very well produced and could even have entered the mainstream alongside OMD and Depeche Mode in 1982. The painting on the cover is fantastic – an alien playing records in outer space, featuring the caricatures of the Stereo guys’ faces on the bottom.
|1-01||–Soft Cell||Tainted Love||2:38|
|1-02||–New Order||True Faith||5:03|
|1-03||–The Human League||Love Action (I Believe In Love)||3:50|
|1-04||–Howard Jones||Like To Get To Know You Well||3:59|
|1-05||–Jean Michel Jarre*||Oxygene IV||4:04|
|1-06||–Gary Numan||Are 'Friends' Electric?||5:20|
|1-09||–Nik Kershaw||The Riddle||3:52|
|1-11||–Alison Moyet||Love Resurrection (Album Version)||3:51|
|1-12||–Thompson Twins||Doctor! Doctor!||3:45|
|1-15||–Alphaville||Big In Japan||4:21|
|1-16||–Blancmange||Living On The Ceiling||4:00|
|1-17||–Blow Monkeys*||It Doesn't Have To Be That Way||4:02|
|1-18||–Daryl Hall & John Oates||One On One||3:11|
|2-01||–Frankie Goes To Hollywood||Welcome To The Pleasuredome||4:39|
|2-04||–Tears For Fears||Shout (Album Version)||6:01|
|2-05||–Spandau Ballet||To Cut A Long Story Short||3:20|
|2-06||–Daryl Hall & John Oates||I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)||3:42|
|2-07||–Culture Club||Karma Chameleon||4:11|
|2-08||–Adam & The Ants*||Antmusic||3:36|
|2-09||–A-Ha*||The Sun Always Shines On T.V.||5:03|
|2-10||–Falco||Rock Me Amadeus||3:20|
|2-11||–Buggles*||Video Killed The Radio Star||3:17|
|2-12||–Rockwell||Somebody's Watching Me||3:56|
|2-13||–Herbie Hancock||Rockit (Album Version)||3:41|
|2-14||–Thompson Twins||We Are Detective||3:03|
|2-16||–Shannon||Let The Music Play||3:28|
|2-17||–Lotus Eaters*||The First Picture Of You||3:38|
|2-18||–Japan||Life In Tokyo||3:30|
|2-19||–ABC||All Of My Heart||4:45|
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Telstar
- Copyright (c) – BMG
- Copyright (c) – Telstar
NotesThis compilation ℗ 2003 BMG/Telstar © 2003 BMG/Telstar.
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