This 1989 UK release from Simple Minds is entitled “The Amsterdam EP”. It features their cover of Prince’s “Sign O’ The Times” mixed by C.J. Mackintosh.
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The Rolling Stones’ 7″ vinyl Extended Play (originally released in 1964) now available in its original format for the first time since the original release.
Prince and The Revolution’s “1999 The New Master” was a stand-alone single re-recorded and released to coincide with the calendar year 1999.
The ‘Action Replay’ EP from 1986 was released in the US and Canada in support of the single “No One Is To Blame” from the Howard Jones LP ‘Dream Into Action’. The EP contained remixes and tracks that had previously been released only in the UK. In 2011 the UK trumped North America by reissuing the EP on CD. It has never been released in the US on CD.
This Japanese EP features Billboard Hot 100 hits “Manic Monday” #2, “Walk Like An Egyptian” #1 and “Walking Down Your Street” #11. The singles came from The Bangles smash hit album ‘Different Light’ released 1986.
Whenever you call me, I’ll be there, Whenever you want me, I’ll be there, Whenever you need me, I’ll be there, I’ll be around, yeah.
Whenever you call me, I’ll be there, Whenever you want me, I’ll be there, Even if I have to call, I’ll be there, I’ll be around.
“House Calls” by World Class Wreckin’ Cru features the title cut, cover of Secret Weapon’s “Must Be The Music” and “Cabbage Patch”. B-side is instrumentals.
Released in 1983 on Quincy Jones’ Qwest Records, this EP marked the debut of Dreamboy. Lead singer Jeffrey Stanton co-produced and wrote all of the songs.
“Beat Box” by Art of Noise spent 2 weeks at #1 on Billboard’s Dance/Disco Top 80 chart in 1984. It came from the EP “Into Battle with the Art of Noise”.