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We Are the '80s album for sale by Rick Springfield was released Jul 18, 2006 on the BMG label. Rick Springfield made several very good records in the '70s and also had a handful of hits, most notably 1972's "Speak to the Sky," which climbed to number 14 on the Billboard chart, and he continued to record into the new millennium, but for most listeners, he will be forever identified with the streak of hits he had in the early '80s. We Are the '80s CD music After over a decade of hard work, he finally had a huge hit in 1981 with the terrific "Jessie's Girl," a tense power pop classic that turned into a number one hit and turned Springfield into a huge star. Over the next five years, he had 14 Top 40 singles in America, the great majority of which are collected on VH1 Classic/Legacy's 2006 release We Are the '80s. As the title suggests, this 14-track compilation focuses entirely on Springfield's '80s work -- those looking for a more comprehensive retrospective should turn to Legacy's excellent 2005 double-disc set Written in Rock -- and it does a good job of rounding up the biggest singles, including "Don't Talk to Strangers," "What Kind of Fool Am I?," "I Get Excited," "Love Somebody," "State of the Heart," "I've Done Everything for You," and the single versions of "Love Is Alright Tonight," "Affair of the Heart," "Human Touch," "Don't Walk Away," and "Bop Til You Drop." We Are the '80s buy CD music. Not every single is here -- most regrettably, the very funny "I'm not Springsteen" single "Bruce" is once again left off a domestic Springfield comp, and "Souls," "Don't Walk Away," and "Taxi Dancing" are also missing -- but those absences are for those fans who know the catalog very well. We Are the '80s CD music contains a single disc. ...See Full Description
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|CD Universe Part number||8629833|
|Release Date||Jul 18, 2006|
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