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1985 - Now that’s what I call music 6

This is a series of CD’s, VHS and DVD. The First one was released in 1983.
Tina Turner is on VHS and album nr. 6.

These ageless songs represent many styles including rock, pop, dance, folk, reggae and soul. My favorites include Kirsty MacColl's poignant protest song A New England, Kate Bush's Running Up That Hill, Talking Head's Road To Nowhere, DeBarge's infuriatingly catchy Rhythm Of The Night and Stephen Duffy's (later of The Lilac Time) catchy Kiss Me.

There's also the interesting vocal work of Fine Young Cannibals with
Johnny Come Home, the great rock sound of U2 with Unforgettable Fire, and Paul Hardcastle's eerie dance track Nineteen with its atmospheric production and simple
but effective lyrics, Brian Ferry's smooth Slave To Love and Elton John's yearning Nikita.

The club and soul genres are represented by The Commodores (Nightshift), Kool And
The Gang (Cherish) and Ashford and Simpson with Solid, while there's real rock aplenty
in the shape of Queen, Huey Lewis & The News, Tina Turner and U2.

There's enough here of every musical style to please the listener; this album represents some of the most melodic and memorable songs of a great year and a very fruitful era in popular music.

Tina sings "We don’t need another hero".

Running Time: 77 Minutes

Disc: 1 1985 - Now that's what I call music1985 - Now that's what I call music
1. One Vision
2. White Wedding
3. The Power of Love
4. Johnny Come Home
5. A View to a Kill
6. Everybody Wants to Rule the World
7. The Unforgettable Fire
8. Alive and Kicking
9. Running up That Hill
10. Road to Nowhere
11. A Good Heart
12. Nineteen
13. If I Was
14. Kayleigh
15. St. Elmo's Fire (Man in Motion)
16. Walking on Sunshine
17. A New England
18. The Riddle

Disc: 2
1. West End Girls 1985 - Now that's what I call music
2. Nikita
3. We Don't Need Another Hero
4. Slave to Love
5. One More Night
6. Move Closer
7. Solid
8. Don't Break My Heart
9. Nightshift
10. Cherish
11. Could It Be I'm Falling in Love
12. Rhythm of the Night
13. Trapped
14. Something About You
15. I Can Dream About You
16. We Close Our Eyes
17. Kiss Me
18. Love Don't Live Here Anymore

There is also the normal 6 version.
On that one Tina Turner sings "We don't need another hero" and together with Brian Adams "It's only love".

1985 - Now that's what I call music1985 - Now that's what I call music

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1966 - The Big T.N.T. Show
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