Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Two Tribes
Frankie Goes to Hollywood 5 3:23
2 Every Breath You Take
The Police 4.1 4:13
3 Who's That Girl
Eurythmics 4.35 3:45
4 Sometimes
Erasure 3.5 3:38
5 Girls on Film
Duran Duran 4 3:29
6 Shout
Tears for Fears 5 4:46
7 Call Me
Blondie 4.4 3:25
8 Don't Go
Yazoo 5 2:54
9 I Go to Sleep
The Pretenders 2:55
10 How Soon Is Now
The Smiths 4.75 6:42
11 Geno
Dexys Midnight Runners 3 3:27
12 Ghost Town
The Specials 3.65 3:39
13 Our Lips Are Sealed
Fun Boy Three 3.5 2:51
14 House of Fun
Madness 4 2:49
15 Do You Really Want to Hurt Me
Culture Club 4.3 4:23
16 Golden Brown
The Stranglers 4.75 3:28
17 It's My Life
Talk Talk 3.5 3:52
18 The Look of Love
ABC 4.5 3:28
19 Gold
Spandau Ballet 4 3:50
20 Love Plus One
Haircut One Hundred 5 3:34
21 No More I Love You's
The Lover Speaks 4:03
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Blue Monday
New Order 3.35 7:25
2 The Model
Kraftwerk 3:38
3 Temptation
Heaven 17 5 4:38
4 I Second That Emotion
Japan 3:56
5 Enola Gay
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark 3.2 3:31
6 Echo Beach
Martha and the Muffins 3.5 3:34
7 The Sound of the Crowd
The Human League 3:56
8 Pop Muzik
M 3 3:18
9 Somewhere in My Heart
Aztec Camera 3:53
10 I Don't Want to Talk About It
Everything but the Girl 4:14
11 You're the Best Thing
The Style Council 4:34
12 Is Vic There?
Department S 3:06
13 Go Wild in the Country
Bow Wow Wow 2:59
14 Crash
The Primitives 5 2:31
15 The Killing Moon
Echo & The Bunnymen 5 5:47
16 Down in the Tube Station at Midnight
The Jam 4:04
17 I Can't Stand Up
Elvis Costello & The Attractions 2:06
18 Einstein a Go-Go
Landscape 2:59
19 Vienna
Ultravox 2 4:38

Credits

CD 1

written in:
Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom (1982 – 1983) (track 1)
electric bass guitar:
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 2)
drumset:
Peter Gill (UK drummer for Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 1)
bass guitar:
Mikey Craig (track 15)
Mark Lickley (track 18)
Mark William O'Toole (former bassist of Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 1)
trumpet:
Guy Barker (track 4)
drums:
Stewart Copeland (track 2)
John Keeble (1982) (track 19)
drums and percussion:
Jon Moss (track 15)
guitar:
Brian Nash (track 1)
Gary Kemp (1982) (track 19)
bass:
Martin Kemp (UK actor, musician, bassist for Spandau Ballet) (1982) (track 19)
electric guitar:
Andy Summers (track 2)
percussion:
Steve Norman (UK saxophonist/percussionist for Spandau Ballet) (1982) (track 19)
keyboard:
Mark White (ABC/Vice Versa) (track 18)
Jess Bailey (1982) (track 19)
saxophone:
Steve Norman (UK saxophonist/percussionist for Spandau Ballet) (1982) (track 19)
trombone:
Rico Rodriguez (Jamaican trombonist) (track 12)
additional producer:
Stephen Lipson (track 1)
additional vocals:
Helen Terry (track 15)
co-producer:
Steve Churchyard (track 16)
composer:
Vince Clarke (songwriter) (track 8)
Jerry Dammers (track 12)
Nick Heyward (track 20)
William Johnson (track 1)
Johnny Marr (UK guitarist; founding member of The Smiths) (track 10)
Mark William O'Toole (former bassist of Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 1)
Dave Stewart (UK guitarist/singer for Eurythmics) (track 3)
Ray Davies (UK singer/songwriter, member of The Kinks) (track 9)
Peter Gill (UK drummer for Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 1)
Gary Kemp (track 19)
Annie Lennox (track 3)
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 2)
conductor:
Stuart Bruce (track 1)
engineer:
Jon Bavin (track 3)
John Fryer (track 8)
Barry Hammond (track 11)
Gary Langan (track 18)
Steve Levine (track 15)
Eric Radcliffe (track 8)
John A. Rivers (track 12)
Stephen Street (track 10)
Colin Thurston (track 5)
guest percussion:
Luis Jardim (track 1)
guest keyboard:
Anne Dudley (track 1)
Andrew Richards (Strawbs keyboard player/record producer) (track 1)
lead vocals:
George O’Dowd (track 15)
Martin Fry (track 18)
William Johnson (track 1)
Mark William O'Toole (former bassist of Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 1)
Paul Rutherford (Member of Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 1)
Tony Hadley (1982) (track 19)
lyricist:
Vince Clarke (songwriter) (track 8)
Jerry Dammers (track 12)
Nick Heyward (track 20)
William Johnson (track 1)
Mark William O'Toole (former bassist of Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 1)
Dave Stewart (UK guitarist/singer for Eurythmics) (track 3)
Ray Davies (UK singer/songwriter, member of The Kinks) (track 9)
Peter Gill (UK drummer for Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 1)
Gary Kemp (track 19)
Annie Lennox (track 3)
Morrissey (UK singer; vocalist of The Smiths) (track 10)
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 2)
mastering:
Dave Collins (US mastering engineer) (track 2)
Ian Cooper (UK mastering engineer) (track 3)
mixer:
Daniel Miller (founder of Mute Records) (track 4)
Jon Moss (track 15)
Steve Levine (track 15)
Flood (British producer Mark Ellis) (track 4)
Mike Pela (track 4)
Tony Visconti (track 16)
performer:
Spandau Ballet (1982) (track 19)
producer:
Steve Churchyard (track 16)
Vince Clarke (songwriter) (track 8)
Tim Friese-Greene (track 17)
Trevor Horn (tracks 1, 18)
Chris Hughes (Producer. aka Merrick) (track 6)
Steve Jolley (track 19)
Clive Langer (track 14)
Daniel Miller (founder of Mute Records) (track 8)
Giorgio Moroder (track 7)
Hugh Padgham (track 2)
The Police (British rock band) (track 2)
John Porter (producer) (track 10)
Bob Sargeant (track 20)
Spandau Ballet (track 19)
Dave Stewart (UK guitarist/singer for Eurythmics) (track 3)
The Stranglers (track 16)
Tony Swain (track 19)
Chris Thomas (UK record producer / remixer) (track 9)
Pete Wingfield (track 11)
Alan Winstanley (track 14)
Steve Levine (track 15)
Colin Thurston (track 5)
Flood (British producer Mark Ellis) (track 4)
vocals:
Alison Moyet (track 8)
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 2)
writer:
Al Archer (track 11)
Mike Barson (track 14)
Andy Bell (singer / songwriter for Erasure) (track 4)
Jet Black (UK drummer Brian Duffy, member of The Stranglers) (track 16)
George O’Dowd (track 15)
Vince Clarke (songwriter) (track 4)
Hugh Cornwell (track 16)
Mikey Craig (track 15)
David Freeman (track 21)
Tim Friese-Greene (track 17)
Martin Fry (track 18)
Dave Greenfield (track 16)
Terence Edward Hall (track 13)
Deborah Harry (track 7)
Roy Hay (Member of Culture Club and composer for film and television) (track 15)
Mark Hollis (track 17)
Joseph Hughes (track 21)
Simon Le Bon (Singer for Duran Duran) (track 5)
Giorgio Moroder (track 7)
Jon Moss (track 15)
Roland Orzabal (track 6)
David Palmer (drummer (ABC/The The)) (track 18)
Nick Rhodes (track 5)
Kevin Rowland (track 11)
Stephen Singleton (track 18)
Ian Stanley (track 6)
Andy Taylor (of Duran Duran) (track 5)
John Taylor (UK bassist for Duran Duran) (track 5)
Roger Taylor (Duran Duran drummer) (track 5)
Mark White (ABC/Vice Versa) (track 18)
Jane Wiedlin (track 13)
phonographic copyright by:
BMG Eurodisc Ltd. (1982) (track 20)
Mercury Records Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1982) (track 18)
Phonogram Ltd. (1982) (track 18)
Virgin Records Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1982) (track 15)
A&M Records (1983) (track 2)
Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.) (1998) (track 7)
A&M Records (2016) (track 2)
publisher:
Chrysalis Music (music publisher - NOT for release labels) (track 7)
Complete Music Ltd. (track 16)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 16)
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks 11, 14, 16)
EMI Songs Ltd. (track 16)
EMI Virgin Music Ltd. (do not use this as a release label!) (track 15)
Neutron Music Ltd. (track 18)
Perfect Songs Ltd. (track 1)
Plumbshaft-Ltd. (track 16)
mixed at:
Sarm Studios in London, England, United Kingdom (1982) (track 18)
DJ-mixes:
Live From WLION by The Lions (2012) (track 12)
mash-ups:
Stand By Me by ccc (track 2)
remaster of:
remixes:
Every Breath You Take (5.1 mix) by The Police (track 2)
sampled by:
Wanna Hurt Mase? by Mase (track 15)
[untitled] by Circulation (track 16)
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 3) (track 10)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 84) (track 2)
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 217) (track 12)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 486) (track 10)
cover recording of:
I Go to Sleep (track 9)
Our Lips Are Sealed (track 13)
is the basis for:
Llamame (Call Me) (track 7)
later parody versions:
Every Step to Take (track 2)
later translated parody versions:
Humppaleski 45 (track 2)
Sua vartioin (track 2)
later translated versions:
Morgengrauen (track 16)
Soita mulle (track 7)
later versions:
Do You Really Want to Hurt Me? (Violent Femmes version) (track 15)
partial recording of:
The Look of Love (track 18)
recording of:
Call Me (track 7)
Don’t Go (track 8)
Geno (track 11)
Ghost Town (track 12)
Girls on Film (track 5)
Gold (track 19)
Golden Brown (track 16)
House of Fun (track 14)
How Soon Is Now? (track 10)
It’s My Life (track 17)
Love Plus One (track 20)
Shout (track 6)
Sometimes (track 4)
Two Tribes (track 1)
Who's That Girl? (track 3)
Every Breath You Take (1983) (track 2)
referred to in medleys:
Polka Party! (track 6)
Polkas on 45 (track 2)

CD 2

drums:
Warren Cann (track 19)
drums and percussion:
Malcolm Holmes (track 5)
guitar:
Midge Ure (track 19)
bass:
Chris Cross (track 19)
bass and synthesizer:
Andy McCluskey (track 5)
keyboard and violin:
Billy Currie (track 19)
keyboard and synthesizer:
Paul Humphreys (Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark) (track 5)
additional translator:
Ralf Hütter (track 2)
Emil Schult (track 2)
assistant engineer:
Laurence Diana (track 6)
composer:
Matthew Ashman (track 13)
Dave Barbarossa (track 13)
Karl Bartos (track 2)
Ian Burden (track 7)
Chris Cross (track 19)
Billy Currie (track 19)
Roddy Frame (track 9)
Leigh Gorman (track 13)
Landscape (80s British synthpop) (track 18)
Malcolm McLaren (track 13)
Midge Ure (track 19)
John L. Walters (track 18)
Warren Cann (track 19)
Mark Gane (track 6)
Ralf Hütter (track 2)
Andy McCluskey (track 5)
Philip Oakey (track 7)
Robin Scott (track 8)
Paul Weller (tracks 11, 16)
Danny Whitten (track 10)
engineer:
Laurence Diana (track 5)
Richard Manwaring (track 6)
Max Norman (track 5)
lyricist:
Ian Burden (track 7)
Billy Currie (track 19)
Roddy Frame (track 9)
Midge Ure (track 19)
Warren Cann (track 19)
Mark Gane (track 6)
Ralf Hütter (track 2)
Andy McCluskey (track 5)
Philip Oakey (track 7)
Emil Schult (track 2)
Robin Scott (track 8)
Paul Weller (tracks 11, 16)
Danny Whitten (track 10)
mixer:
Echo & The Bunnymen (track 15)
Gil Norton (British record producer) (track 15)
producer:
Mike Howlett (tracks 5–6)
Landscape (80s British synthpop) (track 18)
David Lord (British composer, engineer and producer) (track 15)
New Order (track 1)
Conny Plank (German producer and sound engineer) (track 19)
Ultravox (track 19)
vocals:
Midge Ure (track 19)
Paul Humphreys (Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark) (track 5)
Andy McCluskey (track 5)
writer:
Tracy Cattell (track 14)
Al Cleveland (track 4)
Paul Court (track 14)
Steve Dullaghan (track 14)
Pete de Freitas (track 15)
Gillian Gilbert (track 1)
Glenn Gregory (track 3)
Mike Herbage (track 12)
Peter Hook (track 1)
Ian Craig Marsh (track 3)
Ian McCulloch (Echo & The Bunnymen) (track 15)
Malcolm McLaren (track 13)
Stephen Morris (New Order) (track 1)
Les Pattinson (track 15)
Smokey Robinson (track 4)
Will Sergeant (track 15)
Bernard Sumner (track 1)
Vaughn Toulouse (track 12)
Martyn Ware (track 3)
Robin Scott (track 8)
phonographic copyright by:
RCA Ltd. (UK arm of RCA) (1981 –) (track 18)
publisher:
BMG Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks 8, 16)
Chrysalis Music Ltd. (music publisher) (track 10)
Hot Food Music Ltd. (track 19)
Jobete Music Ltd (track 4)
Jump Jet Music Ltd. (track 19)
Mood Music Ltd. (track 19)
Stylist Music Ltd. (track 16)
Sunbury Music Ltd. (track 18)
Virgin Music (publisher only, do not use as a label) (1980) (track 6)
mixed at:
recorded at:
The Manor in Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom (1979-08) (track 6)
edit of:
mash-ups:
remixes:
sampled by:
Dein Vampyr (live) by Die Ärzte (track 14)
Shut Up and Drive by Rihanna (track 1)
samples:
Uranium by Kraftwerk (track 1)
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 61) (track 1)
cover recording of:
is the basis for:
STP (track 4)
later translated versions:
Blue Monday (track 1)
Égoïste (track 6)
情難自控 (track 10)
找一個地方 (track 10)
later versions:
The Model (Big Black) (track 2)
recording of:
Blue Monday (track 1)
Crash (track 14)
Echo Beach (track 6)
Einstein a Go-Go (track 18)
Enola Gay (track 5)
Is Vic There? (track 12)
Pop Muzik (track 8)
Temptation (track 3)
The Killing Moon (track 15)
The Model (Kraftwerk) (track 2)
Vienna (track 19)
translated version of:
Das Modell (track 2)