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Various - Street Level (20 New Wave Hits) mp3 album
  • Performer: Various
  • Title: Street Level (20 New Wave Hits)
  • Genre: Electronic / Rock / Pop
  • Country: UK
  • Date of release: 1980
  • Music style: New Wave, Punk, Disco, Pub Rock, Synth-pop
  • MP3 size: 1391 mb
  • FLAC size 1156 mb
  • Formats RA MPC AUD WMA MMF AHX MP4

Street Life: 20 Great Hits is a compilation album by Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music, released in 1986 (see 1986 in music). The album is a recurring feature within the plot of the first episode of Life Begins

VA - Street Level-20 New Wave Hits (1980) 01 The Sex Pistols - Pretty Vacant. mp3 02 The Stranglers - No More Heroes. 18 The Members - The Sound Of The Suburbs. 19 The Dickies - Banana Splits. 20 Jona Lewie - You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50. Downloads.

Note- These songs are not necessarily the artists all-time greatest, but their best of the 'New Wave' sound

New Wave music meant a lot of things in the late 1970s. It encompassed pretty much everything that followed the punk movement that still served as an alternative to mainstream pop and rock. There was power-pop, neo-psychedelia, acid-punk, art rock and lots and lots of keyboards. 37. The Jam – All Mod Cons (1978) At the tender age of 20, Paul Weller was already burned out. All Mod Cons, the Jam’s third album, was fraught with uncertainty, despite the fact that its young wunderkind was already earning kudos as the once and future Modfather

Album · 2008 · 24 Songs. Roaring 20s Revue, Vol. 1. Various Artists.

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Various ‎– 12"/80s New Wave. Label: Universal UMC ‎– 5355044. Series: 12"/80s –. Format: Box Set 3 CD, Compilation. I haven't cranked or remotely enjoyed listening to 'call me' in twenty years. I am bouncing around my living room like i'm 16 years old. Reply Notify me Helpful. WHO REMASTERED THIS? these tracks sound fucking AMAZING my wife and I can't get over it - whomever remastered this material clearly did it with LOVE my goodness I can't get over how good Ultravox and Altered Images sound - absolutely brilliant.

The lowest-priced, brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable). Get it by Fri, 26 Apr - Sat, 27 Apr from Brighton, United Kingdom.

Tracklist

The Sex Pistols* Pretty Vacant
The Stranglers No More Heroes
Pretenders* Brass In Pocket
Ian Dury Reasons To Be Cheerful Part III
The Skids* Circus Games
The Buzzcocks* Have You Ever Fallen In Love
Magazine Sweetheart Contract
The Plasmatics* Butcher Baby
Public Image Ltd.* Public Image
Blondie Denis Denis
Boomtown Rats* Someone's Looking At You
Tom Robinson Band 2, 4, 6, 8, Motorway
Gary Numan We Are Glass
John Foxx Underpass
Nick Straker Band A Walk In The Park
XTC Making Plans For Nigel
Generation X Valley Of The Dolls
The Members The Sound Of The Suburbs
The Dickies Banana Splits
Jona Lewie You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RTL 2048 Various Street Level (20 New Wave Hits) ‎(LP, Comp) Ronco RTL 2048 UK 1980
4C/RTL 2048 Various Street Level (20 New Wave Hits) ‎(Cass, Comp) Ronco 4C/RTL 2048 UK 1980


Comments: (2)
Zbr
Ronco’s Street Level was marketed under the “20 New Wave Hits” tagline. I vaguely remember the television advert sometime during the middle of 1980. They didn’t mention the slight drop in volume 30 seconds into No More Heroes. Or the slightly muffled edge to Brass In Pocket. Or the edits to a selected number of tracks:“To ensure the highest quality reproduction the running times of some of the titles as originally released have been changed“.All things I didn’t notice at the time.Back then I found punks scary and intimidating. But I was curious about the aggressive music and why it annoyed my parents and other adults. I wore badges from Madness and The Exploited to my weekly badminton session. People get sniffy about Street Level now – you see hipsters with raised eyebrows being condescending and referring to it as “edgy”. But back in early 1983, this was a gateway drug, a way into the forbidden punk and new wave sounds. Naturally I had to make do with a third generation taped copy; it would be some years before I finally picked up the vinyl. Or was it fourth generation?It starts with an assault; the nihilistic war cries of Pretty Vacant. The Sex Pistols were finished before I knew them; deader than Bambi’s bloodied corpse. The uneasy menace of the Stranglers’ No More Heroes – big and bouncy like the soft- porn magazines on the top shelf of Moran Brothers. Brass In Pocket, the first new number one of 1980 – all tough on the outside, heart-breaking within. And a lovely jazzy vibe on Reasons To Be Cheerful Part III before the desperate yet doomed melody of The Skids’ Circus Games. Meanwhile Ever Fallen In Love gatecrashes in; a furious and fast slice of pop thrash.Things get deep with Magazine’s brooding Sweetheart Contract before the wild squall of Wendy O. Williams and The Plasmatics on their 1978 pounder Butcher Baby. Also from the Year of the Three Popes comes the caustic Public Image and Blondie’s sarky Denis. “Public imageTwo sides to every storySomebody had to stop meI’m not the same as when I beganI will not be treated as property”Side 2: try a little tenderness on the Boomtown Rats’ thoughtful Someone’s Looking At You, all Bruced-up where anything goes but phone wreckers are idiots. By 1983 War Baby was a favourite of mine but 2, 4, 6, 8 Motorway was Tom Robinson’s Band at full tilt. It’s a synth selection to spoil us: Gary Numan and the hypnotic We Are Glass followed by ex-Ultravox man John Foxx’s Underpass. What makes Street Level so memorable is the next tune; A Walk In The Walk from the Nick Straker Band. In cahoots – former roadie, Tony Mansfield from New Musik. It’s an electronic drum delight; a misfire in 1979, a top 20 hit the following year. The home stretch continues with XTC’s angular Making Plans For Nigel and Generation X’s snotty-nosed Valley Of The Dolls.The Members’ Sound Of The Suburbs lent its name to a famous compilation for a slightly younger generation – Columbia’s fine effort from 1991 with shares a number of common tracks. Sound… was produced by Steve Lillywhite and is a slammer. There’s just time for the manic / thrilling cover of the Banana Splits theme by The Dickies. And lastly it’s Jona Lewie with the shimmering shuffle of You Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties.“Then I met this debutante, I said that I like new wave rockShe was into French cuisine but I ain’t no Cordon Bleu”
shustrik
As a ten year old kid this was a great introduction to popular punk and new wave music of 1980. Can't believe these artists were regular on TOTP - today (2018); nowt but manufactured tripe. At ten my favourite tracks were The Skids, The Plasmatics, PiL, Gary Numan, XTC, The Members and John Lewie...but I learned to appreciate them all over time (except Nick Straker Band - why was this on this album?).
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