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  • Performer: Various
  • Album: The Seventies Album - The Album Of The Decade
  • Label: Warner Music TV
  • Catalog #: 0825646946266
  • MP3: 2218 mb | FLAC: 1841 mb
  • Released: 2015
  • Country: Europe
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 576
  • Category: Rock / Reggae / Soul and Funk / Pop
Various - The Seventies Album - The Album Of The Decade Album FLAC

Tracklist

1T. Rex20th Century Boy
2CCSWhole Lotta Love
3The HolliesHe Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother
4Ian Dury And The BlockheadsHit Me With Your Rhythm Stick
5The DriftersKissin' In The Back Row Of The Movies
6The PretendersKid
7MadnessThe Prince
8David EssexRock On
9Gerry RaffertyBaker Street
10Al GreenTired Of Being Alone
11John Paul YoungLove Is In The Air
12Chaka KhanI'm Every Woman
13Chicago If You Leave Me Now
14David BowieGolden Years
15Steve Harley & Cockney RebelMake Me Smile (Come Up And See Me)
16PilotJanuary
17Bee GeesHow Deep Is Your Love
18Bellamy BrothersIf I Said You Had A Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me
19Van McCoyThe Hustle
20Warren ZevonWerewolves of London
21Alice Cooper School's Out
22BreadBaby I'm A Want You
23America A Horse With No Name
24Dr. FeelgoodMilk & Alcohol
25Bad Company Can't Get Enough
26Norman GreenbaumSpirit In The Sky
27Suzi QuatroDevil Gate Drive
28Sweet Sensation Sad Sweet Dreamer
29Frankie Valli And The Four SeasonsDecember '63 (Oh, What A Night!)
30The Real ThingYou To Me Are Everything
31Rose RoyceLove Don't Live Here Anymore
32Kate BushWuthering Heights
33ChicI Want Your Love
34Daryl Hall & John OatesShe's Gone
35Gilbert O'SullivanAlone Again (Naturally)
36Chris ReaFool (If You Think It's Over)
37Ace How Long
38Hot ChocolateYou Sexy Thing
39The CarsJust What I Needed
40La Belle EpoqueBlack Is Black
41Dave EdmundsI Hear You Knocking
42The TouristsI Only Want To Be With You
43Tami LynnI'm Gonna Run Away From You
44Susan CadoganHurt So Good
45Wizzard See My Baby Jive
46Desmond DekkerIsraelites
47The English CongregationSoftly Whispering I Love You
48Gordon Lightfootif You Could Read My Mind
49The Doobie BrothersLong Train Runnin'
50Ram JamBlack Betty
51The StranglersNo More Heroes
52Sister SledgeWe Are Family
53SpinnersCould It Be I'm Falling In Love
54Chicory TipSon Of My Father
55MudOh Boy
56Billy OceanLove Really Hurts Without You
57Faces Stay With Me
58CloutSubstitute
59Chairman Of The BoardGive Me Just A Little More Time
60Boney M.Rivers Of Babylon
61The SpecialsA Message To You Rudy
62Marshall HainDancing In The City
63Fleetwood MacDon't Stop
64Candi StatonYoung Hearts Run Free
65Sugarhill GangRapper's Delight
66M Pop Muzik

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
0825646946266Various The Seventies Album - The Album Of The Decade ‎(3xCD, Comp)Warner Music TV0825646946266Europe2015

Notes

Double plastic sleeve; 3 CDr's and 2 single-sided inserts.

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Music TV
  • Copyright (c) – Warner Music TV

Info

Love Really Hurts Without You. Chairman Of The Board. Give Me Just A Little More Time. Candi Staton. Young Hearts Run Free. Rose Royce. The Greatest Seventies Album. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: Various artists. 2018 pop. In 1969, Robert Christgau began reviewing contemporary album releases in his Consumer Guide column, which was published more-or-less monthly in The Village Voice an alternative weekly newspaper local to New York City and for brief periods in Newsday and Creem magazine during the 1970s. His method was to select about 20 albums to review in capsule format, averaging approximately. He began to pitch Christgau's Record Guide to publishers in early 1979 and received a publishing deal shortly thereafter. Sittin' On The Dock of the Bay. Otis Redding. Most often on , compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information. Let us know what you think of the website. Leave feedback. API Calls. Following the huge success of The Sixties Album, The Seventies Album is the next album of the decade, the ultimate Seventies collection from pop, soul & disco via rock & glam to new wave & two tone. A mammoth musical celebration of the decade that brought you The Range Rover, Saturday Night Fever, the Compact Cassette, Kevin Keegan, Star Wars and The Wombles, amongst other amazing iconic moments and artefacts The tracklist tops out at 66 huge Seventies hits & classics from The Bee Gees, The Drifters, Frankie Valli, Kate Bush, T-Rex, Chaka Khan, Chic, David Bowie, Fleetwood Mac. On her fifth album, Lana Del Rey came for the best opening line of the decade crown with Goddamn man childYou fucked me so good I almost said I love you. But NFR certainly didnt peak in its opening seconds, growing in beauty as LDR darted across California, falling into lovers arms and out of wide-eyed romanticism over a thrilling mix of witchy dub, Laurel Canyon folk and epic psych explorations. Their breakthrough sixth studio album had the riffs and the vintage flair and it ultimately laid the foundations of an arena-ready juggernaut. The decades second great Solange album churns several deformed, jazzy aesthetics including Brainfeeders gloopy electro-funk and the concoctions of DJ Screw into a lustrous cloud of R&B. The result hints at Seventies soul voyagers like Stevie Wonder yet retains its future-shock, celebrating Houston futurism without pandering to fans of its explicitly political predecessor. 3950 12 PJ Harvey Let England Shake 2011. The spooky piano and PJ Harveys keening howls on the opening, title track of her eighth studio album are enough to signal this album isnt a barrel of laughs. One could view this album and his 2004 debut, The College Dropout, as bookends for the arc of his first five years, with the debut setting the tone for the happy, melodic Kanye and Fantasy being the ambitious end point - and he reinvented himself yet again with Yeezy, which was equally influential but, to me anyway, less likeable. Was Golden Hour really my favorite country album of the decade My favorite pure pop album My favorite stoner-folk-rock record Can it properly be called any of those things Who the hell knows