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Now Yearbook ’82 Extra!

New 3CD companion release

Eighties music fans were pleasantly surprised when the Now That’s What I Call Music team stepped back to 1982 for the latest in their Yearbook series, but perhaps will not be shocked to read that a ‘second helping’ of pop hits from that year will follow next month via Now Yearbook ’82 – Extra.

As usual, this is a 3CD set and unlike the ‘main’ Yearbooks there’s no vinyl and no deluxe hardcover option, just a six-panel gatefold card sleeve presentation.

There are 62 tracks in total and it features some big names and big songs, such as Paul McCartney (‘Take It Away’), ABBA (‘Head Over Heels’), Duran Duran (‘Rio’), ABC (‘Poison Arrow’) and Hall & Oates (‘Maneater’).

Of course that’s only half the story and there’s plenty of other great selections from the likes of Japan, Spandau Ballet, Blondie, Culture Club, A Flock of Seagulls, Visage, Roxy Music, Dexys Midnight Runners, Heaven 17, Simple Minds, Thompson Twins, Echo & The Bunnymen, U2, XTC, The Stranglers and many more.

Now Yearbook 1982 – Extra will be released on 18 March 2022.

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Tracklisting

Now Yearbook ’82 Extra Various Artists / 3CD set

    • CD 1
      1. Duran Duran – Rio
      2. ABC – Poison Arrow
      3. Adam Ant – Friend Or Foe
      4. Spandau Ballet – Lifeline
      5. Haircut 100 – Nobody’s Fool
      6. Culture Club – Time (Clock Of The Heart)
      7. Soft Cell – What?
      8. Japan – Life In Tokyo
      9. Blondie – War Child
      10. ABBA – Head Over Heels
      11. Bucks Fizz – Now Those Days Are Gone
      12. Dollar – Give Me Back My Heart
      13. The Kids From “Fame” – Hi-Fidelity
      14. Shalamar – I Can Make You Feel Good
      15. Junior – Mama Used To Say
      16. Paul McCartney – Take It Away
      17. The Maisonettes – Heartache Avenue
      18. Dexys Midnight Runners – Jackie Wilson Said (I’m In Heaven When You Smile)
      19. Madness – Driving In My Car
      20. Captain Sensible – Happy Talk
      21. Chas & Dave – Ain’t No Pleasing You
    • CD 2
      1. Jennifer Holliday – And I’m Telling You I’m Not Going
      2. Hot Chocolate – It Started With A Kiss
      3. Kool & The Gang – Let’s Go Dancin’ (Ooh La, La, La)
      4. Shalamar – There It Is
      5. Modern Romance feat. John Du Prez – Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White
      6. Shakatak – Night Birds
      7. Daryl Hall & John Oates – Maneater
      8. Roxy Music – More Than This
      9. Heaven 17 – Let Me Go
      10. Simple Minds – Glittering Prize
      11. Talk Talk – Today
      12. China Crisis – African And White
      13. A Flock Of Seagulls – I Ran (So Far Away)
      14. Blue Zoo – Cry Boy Cry
      15. Thompson Twins – Lies
      16. Classix Nouveaux – Is It A Dream
      17. Visage – Night Train
      18. Trio – Da Da Da I Don’t Love You You Don’t Love Me Aha Aha Aha
      19. The Human League – Being Boiled
      20. Japan – Nightporter
    • CD 3
      1. The Clash – Should I Stay Or Should I Go
      2. U2 – A Celebration
      3. Echo And The Bunnymen – Back Of Love
      4. XTC – Senses Working Overtime
      5. The Jam – The Bitterest Pill (I Ever Had To Swallow)
      6. The Stranglers – Strange Little Girl
      7. Mobiles – Drowning In Berlin
      8. David Sylvian & Ryuichi Sakamoto – Bamboo Music
      9. The Psychedelic Furs – Love My Way
      10. The Associates – Club Country
      11. Siouxsie And The Banshees – Slowdive
      12. Altered Images – Pinky Blue
      13. Toyah – Be Proud, Be Loud (Be Heard)
      14. The Belle Stars – The Clapping Song
      15. Monsoon – Ever So Lonely
      16. Bow Wow Wow – I Want Candy
      17. The Go-Go’s – Our Lips Are Sealed
      18. Frida – I Know There’s Something Going On
      19. Pat Benatar – Shadows Of The Night
      20. John Mellencamp – Jack & Diane
      21. Electric Light Orchestra – Ticket To The Moon

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