This collection is exactly what its title promises: the third volume of MCA hits of the 80's. Each song was a record in the "Billboard" country singles chart between 1986 and 1988. CD master tape prepared using the JVC Digital Audio Mastering System. Tracks 1, 2, 5 to 7, 9 produced for Lynwood Productions. Track 1 produced for George Strait Productions. Tracks 2, 7 produced for Reba McEntire Productions. Contains previously released material.
Album · 2011 · 12 Songs. OPM Hits of the 70's, Vol. 2. Various Artists. OPM Artists Sing Songs of Inspiration.
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Exclusive Prime pricing. Lost Hits Of The 80's (All Original Artists & Versions). Included in the mix here is just one top-10 song, Glass Tiger's "Someday", something of an anolomy in a "lost hits" collection as this group had two other lesser-charting songs that would have been a better fit. Otherwise, there is a wealth of seldom-found minor hit singles here along with a few that did not even crack the top-100.
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Laid-Back/Mellow Carefree Cheerful Light Relaxed Smooth Soft/Quiet Warm Gentle Lively Playful Romantic Sentimental Soothing Sweet. Not much to recommend on this weak collection of mostly one-hit wonder throwaways (who have more to do with the '70s than the '80s). Tellingly, the worst songs here - Rupert Holmes' "Escape (The Pina Colada Song)" and Captain & Tennille's "Do That to Me One More Time" - were also the biggest hits.
|1||–Limahl||Never Ending Story|
|2||–Kelly Marie||Feels Like I'm In Love|
|3||–Matchbox||When You Ask About Love|
|4||–Odyssey||Going Back To My Roots|
|6||–Billy Griffin||Hold Me Tighter In The Rain|
|7||–Bucks Fizz||My Camera Never Lies|
|8||–Pauline Black||Missing Words|
|9||–Ashaye||Don't Stop Till You Get Enough (Medley)|
|10||–Dollar||Mirror Mirror (Mon Amour)|
|11||–Ranking Roger||Hands Off She's Mine|
|12||–Toto Coelo||I Eat Cannibals|
|13||–Sabrina||All Of Me|
|14||–The Three Degrees||The Heaven I Need|
|15||–Jimmy Ruffin||Young Heart (Hang on)|
|16||–Simon Harris||Here Comes That Sound|
|17||–Limahl||The Big Apple|
|18||–Kool & The Gang||Tonight|
|19||–The Nolans||Gonna Pull Myself Together|
|20||–Rose Royce||Magic Touch|