Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Young Guns
Wham! 3:40
2 Gold
Spandau Ballet 4 3:52
3 Chant No 1
Spandau Ballet 4:06
4 True
Spandau Ballet 3.8 5:39
5 Do You Really Want to Hurt Me
Culture Club 4.3 4:23
6 Karma Chameleon
Culture Club 4:11
7 Victims
Culture Club 4:54
8 Dont You Want Me
The Human League 4 3:59
9 Love Action
The Human League 3:51
10 Together in Electric Dreams
Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder 3:53
11 It Aint What You Do
Fun Boy Three & Bananarama 2:48
12 Venus
Bananarama 4 3:38
13 Temptation
Heaven 17 3 3:07
14 Blue Monday '88
New Order 7:23
15 Cars
Gary Numan 4.75 3:56
16 Enola Gay
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark 3.2 3:31
17 Today
Talk Talk 3:12
18 Christian
China Crisis 5:41
19 Only You
Yazoo 5 3:08
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Rio
Duran Duran 5:36
2 Girls on Film
Duran Duran 3:29
3 Relax
Frankie Goes to Hollywood 3.65 3:55
4 Two Tribes
Frankie Goes to Hollywood 4 3:57
5 The Look of Love, Part 1
ABC 4.5 3:30
6 Tainted Love
Soft Cell 4 2:39
7 Say Hello, Wave Goodbye
Soft Cell 5:20
8 Vienna
Ultravox 2 4:38
9 Forbidden Colours
Ryuichi Sakamoto & David Sylvian 4:43
10 The Art of Parties
Japan 4:11
11 Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
The Smiths 3:35
12 The Charming Man
The Smiths 2:44
13 Geno
Dexys Midnight Runners 3 3:29
14 Come On Eileen
Dexys Midnight Runners 5 4:09
15 There There My Dear
Dexys Midnight Runners 3:14
16 The Prince
Madness 3:24
17 Baggy Trousers
Madness 2:40
18 Night Boat to Cairo
Madness 3:27
19 Too Much Too Young
The Specials 2:06
20 Cant Get Used to Losing You
The Beat 3:02
21 Red Red Wine
UB40 4 3:02

Credits

CD 1

drumset:
Jon Moss (track 6)
bass guitar:
Mikey Craig (tracks 5–6)
Paul Gardiner (track 15)
drums:
Linn 9000 (drum machine, aka A. Linn) (track 12)
John Keeble (1982) (track 2)
drums and tambourine:
Cedric Sharpley (track 15)
drums and percussion:
Malcolm Holmes (track 16)
Jon Moss (track 5)
synthesizer:
Jo Callis (track 8)
Ian Burden (track 8)
Philip Oakey (track 8)
guitar:
Roy Hay (Member of Culture Club and composer for film and television) (track 6)
Gary Kemp (1982) (track 2)
bass:
Martin Kemp (UK actor, musician, bassist for Spandau Ballet) (1982) (track 2)
bass and synthesizer:
Andy McCluskey (track 16)
percussion:
Jon Moss (track 6)
Steve Norman (UK saxophonist/percussionist for Spandau Ballet) (1982) (track 2)
percussion [synthetic percussion]:
Gary Numan (track 15)
keyboard:
Roy Hay (Member of Culture Club and composer for film and television) (track 6)
Chris Payne (UK keyboards/viola for Gary Numan/Visage/Dramatis) (track 15)
Gary Numan (track 15)
Jess Bailey (1982) (track 2)
keyboard and synthesizer:
Paul Humphreys (Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark) (track 16)
saxophone:
Steve Norman (UK saxophonist/percussionist for Spandau Ballet) (1982) (track 2)
additional producer:
Daniel Miller (founder of Mute Records) (track 19)
additional vocals:
Helen Terry (track 5)
assistant engineer:
David M. Allen (UK producer/engineer/remixer (mainly new-wave/synth-pop/goth)) (track 8)
assistant programming:
David M. Allen (UK producer/engineer/remixer (mainly new-wave/synth-pop/goth)) (track 8)
background vocals:
Joanne Catherall (track 8)
Susanne Sulley (track 8)
composer:
Simon Brenner (track 17)
Jo Callis (track 8)
Vince Clarke (songwriter) (track 19)
Lee Harris (track 17)
Mark Hollis (track 17)
Eddie (track 18)
George Michael (track 1)
Giorgio Moroder (track 10)
Dave (track 18)
Paul Webb (UK bassist for Talk Talk/O.rang, aka Rustin Man) (track 17)
Philip Adrian Wright (Human League) (track 8)
Ian Burden (track 9)
Gary Daly (track 18)
Gary Kemp (tracks 2–4)
Robbie van Leeuwen (track 12)
Andy McCluskey (track 16)
Gary Numan (track 15)
Philip Oakey (tracks 8–9)
engineer:
Steve Levine (track 5)
Laurence Diana (track 16)
Simon Frith (track 6)
John Fryer (track 19)
Max Norman (track 16)
Eric Radcliffe (track 19)
guest harmonica:
Judd Lander (track 6)
guest keyboard:
Phil Pickett (track 6)
guest choir vocals:
Helen Terry (track 6)
lead vocals:
George O’Dowd (tracks 5–6)
Philip Oakey (track 8)
Susanne Sulley (track 8)
Tony Hadley (1982) (track 2)
lyricist:
Vince Clarke (songwriter) (track 19)
Mark Hollis (track 17)
George Michael (track 1)
Ian Burden (track 9)
Gary Daly (track 18)
Gary Kemp (tracks 2–4)
Robbie van Leeuwen (track 12)
Andy McCluskey (track 16)
Gary Numan (track 15)
Philip Oakey (tracks 8–10)
mixer:
Steve Levine (tracks 5–6)
Jon Moss (tracks 5–6)
performer:
Spandau Ballet (track 4)
Spandau Ballet (1982) (track 2)
producer:
B.E.F. (track 13)
Steve Brown (engineer/music producer) (track 1)
Mike Howlett (track 16)
The Human League (tracks 8–9)
Steve Jolley (tracks 2, 4)
Steve Levine (tracks 5–7)
George Michael (track 1)
Martin Rushent (tracks 8–9)
Spandau Ballet (tracks 2, 4)
Tony Swain (tracks 2, 4)
Greg Walsh (track 13)
Peter Walsh (UK producer) (track 18)
Yazoo (80s British synthpop duo, aka Yaz) (track 19)
Gary Numan (track 15)
Eric Radcliffe (track 19)
programming:
Martin Rushent (track 8)
vocals:
Bananarama (track 12)
Paul Humphreys (Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark) (track 16)
Carol Kenyon (track 13)
Andy McCluskey (track 16)
Alison Moyet (track 19)
Gary Numan (1979) (track 15)
writer:
George O’Dowd (tracks 5–7)
Mikey Craig (tracks 5–7)
Gillian Gilbert (track 14)
Glenn Gregory (track 13)
Roy Hay (Member of Culture Club and composer for film and television) (tracks 5–7)
Peter Hook (track 14)
Ian Craig Marsh (track 13)
Stephen Morris (New Order) (track 14)
Jon Moss (tracks 5–7)
Sy Oliver (track 11)
Phil Pickett (track 6)
Bernard Sumner (track 14)
Martyn Ware (track 13)
Trummy Young (track 11)
phonographic copyright by:
Virgin Records Ltd. (not for release label use!) (track 8)
Virgin Records Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1981) (track 9)
Virgin Records Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1982) (track 5)
Virgin Records Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1983) (track 7)
London Records Ltd. (not release label) (1986) (track 12)
Virgin Records Ltd. (not for release label use!) (2003) (track 7)
publisher:
Dinsong Limited (track 9)
EMI Virgin Music Ltd. (do not use this as a release label!) (tracks 5, 9)
Momentum Music Ltd. (track 15)
BMG VM Music Ltd. (2013-05 –) (track 6)
mixed at:
recorded at:
mash-ups:
music videos:
remasters:
Don't You Want Me (2012 remaster) by The Human League (track 8)
remixes:
Love Action (part of a “FabricLive 47: Toddla T” DJ‐mix) by Philly (track 9)
sampled by:
Come Back Down by Trevor Something (tracks 8, 15)
Koochy by Armand van Helden (track 15)
Wanna Hurt Mase? by Mase (track 5)
cover recording of:
Venus (Shocking Blue (I'm Your Venus)) (track 12)
is the basis for:
Shoot the Dog (track 9)
later parody versions:
later translated parody versions:
Dummi Du (Only You) (track 19)
Minus (track 12)
later translated versions:
Blue Monday (track 14)
Kolos Srey Chaom (track 12)
Veenus (track 12)
Venus (Finnish) (track 12)
ヴィーナス (Hiromi Mori translation) (track 12)
ヴィーナス (Hitoshi Shinohara translation) (track 12)
袛有你 (track 19)
later versions:
Do You Really Want to Hurt Me? (Violent Femmes version) (track 5)
recording of:
Blue Monday (track 14)
Cars (track 15)
Christian (track 18)
Don’t You Want Me (Human League song) (track 8)
Enola Gay (track 16)
Gold (track 2)
Karma Chameleon (track 6)
Only You (track 19)
Temptation (track 13)
Today (track 17)
True (track 4)
Victims (track 7)
referred to in medleys:
Medley (Stars on 45) (track 12)
Stars on 45 (Beatles Medley 7" Mix) (track 12)
Stars on 45 (12" single) (track 12)
Polka Party! (track 12)

CD 2

written in:
Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom (1982 – 1983) (track 4)
drumset:
Peter Gill (UK drummer for Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 3)
bass guitar:
Mark Lickley (track 5)
Mark William O'Toole (former bassist of Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 3)
drums:
Warren Cann (track 8)
guitar:
Brian Nash (track 3)
Midge Ure (track 8)
bass:
Chris Cross (track 8)
keyboard:
Mark White (ABC/Vice Versa) (track 5)
keyboard and violin:
Billy Currie (track 8)
electronic instruments and other instruments:
Dave Ball (UK electronic musician, part of Soft Cell) (track 6)
additional producer:
Stephen Lipson (track 3)
composer:
Dave Ball (UK electronic musician, part of Soft Cell) (track 7)
Warren Cann (track 8)
Ed Cobb (track 6)
Chris Cross (track 8)
Billy Currie (track 8)
Peter Gill (UK drummer for Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (tracks 3–4)
Johnny Marr (UK guitarist; founding member of The Smiths) (tracks 11–12)
Jerry Dammers (track 19)
William Johnson (tracks 3–4)
Mark William O'Toole (former bassist of Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (tracks 3–4)
David Sylvian (track 10)
Midge Ure (track 8)
Neil Diamond (1967) (track 21)
conductor:
Stuart Bruce (track 3)
creative direction:
Clive Langer (track 14)
Alan Winstanley (track 14)
engineer:
Barry Hammond (track 13)
Paul Hardiman (track 6)
Gary Langan (track 5)
guest percussion:
Luis Jardim (track 3)
guest keyboard:
Anne Dudley (track 3)
Andrew Richards (Strawbs keyboard player/record producer) (track 3)
lead vocals:
Martin Fry (track 5)
William Johnson (track 3)
Mark William O'Toole (former bassist of Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 3)
Paul Rutherford (Member of Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 3)
lyricist:
Warren Cann (track 8)
Ed Cobb (track 6)
Billy Currie (track 8)
Peter Gill (UK drummer for Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 4)
Marc Almond (English pop singer and songwriter) (track 7)
Jerry Dammers (track 19)
William Johnson (tracks 3–4)
Morrissey (UK singer; vocalist of The Smiths) (tracks 11–12)
Mark William O'Toole (former bassist of Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 4)
David Sylvian (track 10)
Midge Ure (track 8)
Neil Diamond (1967) (track 21)
mixer:
Harvey Goldberg (track 6)
producer:
Trevor Horn (tracks 3–5)
Conny Plank (German producer and sound engineer) (track 8)
Mike Thorne (UK producer & keyboardist) (track 6)
UB40 (track 21)
Ultravox (track 8)
Pete Wingfield (tracks 13, 15)
vocals:
Marc Almond (English pop singer and songwriter) (track 6)
Midge Ure (track 8)
writer:
Kevin Adams (track 14)
Al Archer (tracks 13, 15)
Mike Barson (track 18)
Chris Foreman (track 17)
Martin Fry (track 5)
Simon Le Bon (Singer for Duran Duran) (track 2)
Graham McPherson (tracks 17–18)
David Palmer (drummer (ABC/The The)) (track 5)
Nick Rhodes (track 2)
Kevin Rowland (tracks 13–15)
Stephen Singleton (track 5)
Andy Taylor (of Duran Duran) (track 2)
John Taylor (UK bassist for Duran Duran) (track 2)
Roger Taylor (Duran Duran drummer) (track 2)
Mark White (ABC/Vice Versa) (track 5)
phonographic copyright by:
Mercury Records Ltd. (London) (for copyrights use only) (1981) (track 6)
Mercury Records Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1982) (track 5)
Phonogram Ltd. (1982) (track 5)
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks 13–18)
Mood Music Ltd. (track 8)
Neutron Music Ltd. (track 5)
Perfect Songs Ltd. (tracks 3–4)
Bang Records (US disco) (1968) (track 21)
mixed at:
Sarm Studios in London, England, United Kingdom (1982) (track 5)
mash-ups:
sampled by:
Mope by Bloodhound Gang (track 3)
SOS by Rihanna (track 6)
part of:
cover recording of:
Red Red Wine (track 21)
Tainted Love (track 6)
is the basis for:
later parody versions:
Faithless Love (track 6)
Read Acts (track 3)
Tainted Pub (track 6)
later translated versions:
Cet homme charmant ("This Charming Man" in French/English) (track 12)
Falso amor (track 6)
Klere zooitje (track 17)
This Charming Man (track 12)
Vamos Eileen (track 14)
partial recording of:
The Look of Love (track 5)
recording of:
Baggy Trousers (track 17)
Come On Eileen (track 14)
Geno (track 13)
Girls on Film (track 2)
Night Boat to Cairo (track 18)
Relax (track 3)
The Art of Parties (track 10)
The Prince (track 16)
This Charming Man (track 12)
Too Much Too Young (track 19)
Two Tribes (track 4)
Vienna (track 8)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Polkas (track 3)

Release Group

Discogs: https://www.discogs.com/master/332755 [info]