Soundtrack of the 80s is the fifth studio album by the Australian singer Jason Donovan, released in October 2010. The album consists of cover versions of Donovan's favourite 1980s hits, as well as three new original tracks. The album peaked at n. 0 in the UK Albums Chart, though it fell to n. 1 in its second week of release, before dropping out of the chart altogether. Everybody Wants to Rule the World" (originally by Tears for Fears).
Jason Donovan Soundtrack of 80s brilliant cd he sings them all extremely well love it. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned. by hursty69 27 Jun, 2018. jason donovan-soundtrack of the 80s cd2010. Jason is fantastic!!!! I Like his voice very much,verdict on the CD young and old will love this CD. Soundtrack of 80S songs like only you,right here wailting,broken wings.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Soundtrack of the 80s (2010). Album by Jason Donovan. Only You. is a cover of. Only You by Yazoo (1982). Drive by The Cars (1984). What Is Love? is a cover of. What Is Love? by Howard Jones (1983). I Just) Died in Your Arms. (I Just) Died in Your Arms by Cutting Crew (1986). Everybody Wants to Rule the World. Everybody Wants to Rule the World by Tears for Fears (1985). Don't Leave Me This Way. Don't Leave Me This Way by The Communards and Sarah Jane Morris (1986). Love Changes Everything.
Jason Donovan 2010 - Soundtrack Of The 80's. Jason Donovan - Soundtrack Of The 80's.
Jason Sean Donovan (born 1 June 1968) is an Australian actor and singer. He initially achieved fame in the Australian soap Neighbours, before beginning a career in music in 1988. In the UK he has sold over 3 million records. His debut album Ten Good Reasons was the highest-selling album in the UK in 1989, with sales of over . million. He has had four UK No. 1 singles, one of which was "Especially for You", his 1988 duet with fellow Neighbours co-star Kylie Minogue.
from Malvern, Victoria, Australia. June 1, 1968 (age 51). Biography. Neighbors, one of the most popular shows in Australia and the . brought Donovan, as well as co-star Kylie Minogue, to the attention of music producers Stock, Aitken Waterman. They turned Donovan into a teen-idol and he had several hits during the late '80s and early '90s. 1993 saw the release of All Around the World, his first album for Polydor Records, but it would be his last studio effort for 15 years, as he shifted his focus almost entirely to acting. After starring in a host of musicals and television programs, Donovan resumed his music career with 2008's Let It Be Me, a collection of cover versions of classic songs from the '50s and '60s.
Greatest Hits is a compilation album by singer Jason Donovan. The album featured all the hit singles by Donovan while he was produced by Stock Aitken Waterman. EMI, the record label, had licensed the songs from PWL Records, but missed lesser hits Donovan had on other labels, such as "Mission of Love" and "All Around the World", although did include the. N. single "Any Dream Will Do" (all originally released.
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|1||Everybody Wants To Rule The World
Backing Vocals – Matt FurmidgeWritten-By – Christopher Merrick Hughes*, Ian Stanley, Roland Orzabal
|2||Don't Leave Me This Way
Backing Vocals – Mark ReadGuitar – Adam PhillipsKeyboards – Paul MeehanProgrammed By [Additional] – Matt FurmidgeWritten-By – Cary "Grant" Hilbert*, Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff
|3||(I Just) Died In Your Arms
Guitar – Adam PhillipsKeyboards – Paul MeehanProgrammed By [Additional] – Matt FurmidgeWritten-By – Nicholas Eede*
|4||Sign Your Name
Backing Vocals – Lauraine McIntosh*Guitar – Adam PhillipsKeyboards – Paul MeehanProgrammed By [Additional] – Matt FurmidgeWritten-By – Terence Trent D'Arby
Backing Vocals – Mark ReadWritten-By – John Ross Lang*, Richard James Page*, Steven P. George*
Backing Vocals – Lauraine McIntosh*Written-By – Vince Clarke
Backing Vocals – Mark ReadWritten-By – Gary Clark
Written-By – Ric Ocasek
|9||Love Changes Everything
Backing Vocals – Mark ReadWritten-By – Dennis Morgan, Rob Fisher, Simon Climie
|10||Right Here Waiting
Backing Vocals – Matt FurmidgeWritten-By – Richard Marx
|11||What Is Love
Backing Vocals – Matt FurmidgeWritten-By – Howard Jones, William Bryant
Accordion – Jez AshurstAcoustic Guitar [Solo], Bass Guitar – Charlie GrantBacking Vocals – Chris MadinDrums, Percussion, Mixed By, Programmed By – Pete WoodroffeGuitar, Mandolin – Charlie Grant, Jez AshurstProducer – Charlie Grant, Pete WoodroffeWritten-By – Charlie Grant, Jez Ashurst, Pete Woodroffe
|13||Talk You Down
Bass Guitar – Charlie GrantGuitar, Mandolin – Charlie Grant, Jez AshurstMixed By – Pete WoodroffeProducer – Charlie Grant, Pete WoodroffeWritten-By – Charlie Grant, Chris Braide, Pete Woodroffe
Guitar – Marcus BonfantiWritten-By – Anna Krantz, Jason Donovan, Marcus Bonfanti
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- Guitar – Adam Phillips
- Keyboards – Paul Meehan
- Mixed By, Programmed By [Additional] – Matt Furmidge
- Producer – Brian Rawling, Paul Meehan
- Vocals – Jason Donovan
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