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NOW Music is proud to present 60 more essential gems from the incredible year in Pop that was 1992 with NOW - Yearbook Extra 1992. The first disc opens with giants of their genres - Freddie Mercury and Montserrat Caballé and their incredible collaboration 'Barcelona' - which reached it's peak No. 2 position in 1992. Alt Rock from R.E.M. and Crowded House follow, together with the Gary Barlow-written 'A Million Love Songs' from Take That and Kylie Minogue's 'Finer Feelings' remixed for single release by Brothers In Rhythm. 'Connected' gave Stereo MC's their first top 20 hit, while The Temptations' 'My Girl' enjoyed a resurgence upon it's re-release. Up next are ballads from Lionel Richie with 'Do It To Me' and Tori Amos with her gorgeous track 'Silent All These Years'. Sade's 'Feel No Pain' leads into the disc's closing track, Elton John's poignant 'The Last Song'. Brian May's 'Too Much Love Will Kill You' begins disc 2, followed by Mike Oldfield's 'Sentinel', plus fantastic covers from Cher ('Could've Been You'), KISS ('God Gave Rock 'N' Roll To You II'), and Manic Street Preachers ('Theme From M*A*S*H (Suicide Is Painless)'). The lead single from The Cure's ninth album (Wish) 'High' is here, together with Suede's debut single 'The Drowners'. Billy Ray Cyrus' signature Country hit 'Achy Breaky Heart' is included, plus Billy Joel, who recorded Elvis Presley's 'All Shook Up' for the film 'Honeymoon In Vegas'. Crowded House have their second appearance on this album with 'Four Seasons In One Day' and the disc comes to a close with two beautiful ballads from Belinda Carlisle and Gloria Estefan. en Vogue open the last disc with their acclaimed hit 'Free Your Mind'. 1992 saw different genres of Dance music find Chart success - Felix's 'Don't You Want Me', Urban Hype's 'A Trip To Trumpton', and Doctor Spin's 'Tetris' were all Pop-Trance hits. Dina Carroll and Cece Peniston enjoyed House crossover hits, and Kylie Minogue, Take That, and Undercover produced Pop floor-fillers. Covers from The Pasadenas, Curiosity, and Nick Berry lead into Boney M.'s celebratory 'Megamix', and the album rounds of with Darlene Love's 'All Alone On Christmas', taken from the Home Alone 2 Soundtrack. NOW - Yearbook Extra 1992 - a further celebration of the diversity and magic of the year in Pop.
NOW Music is proud to present 60 more essential gems from the incredible year in Pop that was 1992 with NOW - Yearbook Extra 1992. The first disc opens with giants of their genres - Freddie Mercury and Montserrat Caballé and their incredible collaboration 'Barcelona' - which reached it's peak No. 2 position in 1992. Alt Rock from R.E.M. and Crowded House follow, together with the Gary Barlow-written 'A Million Love Songs' from Take That and Kylie Minogue's 'Finer Feelings' remixed for single release by Brothers In Rhythm. 'Connected' gave Stereo MC's their first top 20 hit, while The Temptations' 'My Girl' enjoyed a resurgence upon it's re-release. Up next are ballads from Lionel Richie with 'Do It To Me' and Tori Amos with her gorgeous track 'Silent All These Years'. Sade's 'Feel No Pain' leads into the disc's closing track, Elton John's poignant 'The Last Song'. Brian May's 'Too Much Love Will Kill You' begins disc 2, followed by Mike Oldfield's 'Sentinel', plus fantastic covers from Cher ('Could've Been You'), KISS ('God Gave Rock 'N' Roll To You II'), and Manic Street Preachers ('Theme From M*A*S*H (Suicide Is Painless)'). The lead single from The Cure's ninth album (Wish) 'High' is here, together with Suede's debut single 'The Drowners'. Billy Ray Cyrus' signature Country hit 'Achy Breaky Heart' is included, plus Billy Joel, who recorded Elvis Presley's 'All Shook Up' for the film 'Honeymoon In Vegas'. Crowded House have their second appearance on this album with 'Four Seasons In One Day' and the disc comes to a close with two beautiful ballads from Belinda Carlisle and Gloria Estefan. en Vogue open the last disc with their acclaimed hit 'Free Your Mind'. 1992 saw different genres of Dance music find Chart success - Felix's 'Don't You Want Me', Urban Hype's 'A Trip To Trumpton', and Doctor Spin's 'Tetris' were all Pop-Trance hits. Dina Carroll and Cece Peniston enjoyed House crossover hits, and Kylie Minogue, Take That, and Undercover produced Pop floor-fillers. Covers from The Pasadenas, Curiosity, and Nick Berry lead into Boney M.'s celebratory 'Megamix', and the album rounds of with Darlene Love's 'All Alone On Christmas', taken from the Home Alone 2 Soundtrack. NOW - Yearbook Extra 1992 - a further celebration of the diversity and magic of the year in Pop.
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Yearbook Extra 1992 / Various (Uk)
Artist: Yearbook Extra 1992 / Various
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DISC: 1

1. Freddie Mercury ; Montserrat Caballé - Barcelona
2. R.E.M. - Man on the Moon
3. Crowded House - It's Only Natural
4. Take That - a Million Love Songs
5. Kylie Minogue - Finer Feelings (Brothers in Rhythm 7" Mix)
6. Cicero - Love Is Everywhere
7. Stereo MC's - Connected
8. Was (Not Was) - Shake Your Head
9. Simply Red - Your Mirror
10. The Temptations - My Girl
11. Lionel Richie - Do It to Me
12. Dina Carroll - So Close
13. Sophie B. Hawkins - California Here I Come (Remix)
14. Suzanne Vega - in Liverpool
15. Tori Amos - Silent All These Years
16. Annie Lennox - Cold
17. Sade - Feel No Pain
18. Ryuichi Sakamoto ; David Sylvian - Heartbeat (Tainai Kaiki II) Returning to the Womb (Remix)
19. Elton John - the Last Song
20. Brian May - Too Much Love Will Kill You
21. Mike Oldfield - Sentinel
22. Richard Marx - Take This Heart
23. Cher - Could've Been You
24. Tina Turner - Love Thing
25. Kiss - God Gave Rock 'N' Roll to You II
26. Manic Street Preachers - Theme from M*A*S*H (Suicide Is Painless)
27. The Cure - High
28. Suede - the Drowners
29. Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine - the Only Living Boy in New Cross
30. Suzanne Vega - 9
31. F
32. Annie Lennox - Precious
33. Aztec Camera - Spanish Horses
34. Billy Ray Cyrus - Achy Breaky Heart
35. Billy Joel - All Shook Up (From 'Honeymoon in Vegas' Ost)
36. Curtis Stigers - I Wonder Why
37. Michael Bolton - to Love Somebody
38. Crowded House - Four Seasons in One Day
39. Belinda Carlisle - Half the World
40. Gloria Estefan - Always Tomorrow
41. En Vogue - Free Your Mind
42. Bobby Brown - Humpin' Around
43. Dina Carroll - Special Kind of Love
44. Cece Peniston - We Got a Love Thang
45. Soul II Soul - Joy
46. Rozalla - Are You Ready to Fly
47. Felix - Don't You Want Me
48. Urban Hype - a Trip to Trumpton
49. Doctor Spin - Tetris
50. The B-52's - Good Stuff
51. Kylie Minogue - What Kind of Fool? (Heard All That Before)
52. Sonia - Boogie Nights
53. Take That - I Found Heaven
54. Undercover - Never Let Her Slip Away
55. Roxette - Church of Your Heart
56. Simply Red - Thrill Me
57. The Pasadenas - I'm Doin' Fine Now
58. Curiosity - Hang on in There Baby
59. Nick Berry - Heartbeat
60. Boney M. - Megamix
61. Darlene Love - All Alone on Christmas

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NOW Music is proud to present 60 more essential gems from the incredible year in Pop that was 1992 with NOW - Yearbook Extra 1992. The first disc opens with giants of their genres - Freddie Mercury and Montserrat Caballé and their incredible collaboration 'Barcelona' - which reached it's peak No. 2 position in 1992. Alt Rock from R.E.M. and Crowded House follow, together with the Gary Barlow-written 'A Million Love Songs' from Take That and Kylie Minogue's 'Finer Feelings' remixed for single release by Brothers In Rhythm. 'Connected' gave Stereo MC's their first top 20 hit, while The Temptations' 'My Girl' enjoyed a resurgence upon it's re-release. Up next are ballads from Lionel Richie with 'Do It To Me' and Tori Amos with her gorgeous track 'Silent All These Years'. Sade's 'Feel No Pain' leads into the disc's closing track, Elton John's poignant 'The Last Song'. Brian May's 'Too Much Love Will Kill You' begins disc 2, followed by Mike Oldfield's 'Sentinel', plus fantastic covers from Cher ('Could've Been You'), KISS ('God Gave Rock 'N' Roll To You II'), and Manic Street Preachers ('Theme From M*A*S*H (Suicide Is Painless)'). The lead single from The Cure's ninth album (Wish) 'High' is here, together with Suede's debut single 'The Drowners'. Billy Ray Cyrus' signature Country hit 'Achy Breaky Heart' is included, plus Billy Joel, who recorded Elvis Presley's 'All Shook Up' for the film 'Honeymoon In Vegas'. Crowded House have their second appearance on this album with 'Four Seasons In One Day' and the disc comes to a close with two beautiful ballads from Belinda Carlisle and Gloria Estefan. en Vogue open the last disc with their acclaimed hit 'Free Your Mind'. 1992 saw different genres of Dance music find Chart success - Felix's 'Don't You Want Me', Urban Hype's 'A Trip To Trumpton', and Doctor Spin's 'Tetris' were all Pop-Trance hits. Dina Carroll and Cece Peniston enjoyed House crossover hits, and Kylie Minogue, Take That, and Undercover produced Pop floor-fillers. Covers from The Pasadenas, Curiosity, and Nick Berry lead into Boney M.'s celebratory 'Megamix', and the album rounds of with Darlene Love's 'All Alone On Christmas', taken from the Home Alone 2 Soundtrack. NOW - Yearbook Extra 1992 - a further celebration of the diversity and magic of the year in Pop.
        
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