Tracklist

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Cassette 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1No More Lonely Nights
recording of:
No More Lonely Nights
lyricist and composer:
Paul McCartney (The Beatles)
publisher:
MPL Communications Ltd. (not for release label use! Paul McCartney-related, London-based company)
Paul McCartney34:43
2Together in Electric DreamsPhilip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder23:53
3WhyBronski Beat3.54:00
4Never Ending Story
producer:
Giorgio Moroder
background vocals:
Beth Andersen
lead vocals:
Limahl
performer:
Limahl
recording of:
Never Ending Story (theme from the 1984 film “The NeverEnding Story”)
lyricist:
Keith Forsey
composer:
Giorgio Moroder
publisher:
ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label), ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部, WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (until 2019-05-28) and WC Music Corp. (from 2019-05-28 to present)
Limahl3.353:30
5Warning Sign
recording of:
Warning Sign
writer:
Nick Heyward
Nick Heyward23:45
6Missing You
producer:
Gary Gersh, David Thoener and John Waite
phonographic copyright by:
EMI Records USA (formerly EMI USA, renamed since early 1990s) (in 1984)
recording of:
Missing You
lyricist:
John Waite
composer:
Mark Leonard, Chas Sandford and John Waite
publisher:
Everpop Songs, Fallwater Music, Markmeem, Quartet Music Inc., Sony Music Publishing (worldwide except Japan, ended 1995) and WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
John Waite3.253:33
7Farewell My Summer Love
recording of:
Farewell My Summer Love
lyricist and composer:
Keni St. Lewis
publisher:
Jobete Music Ltd
Michael Jackson24:24
8Hello
phonographic copyright by:
Motown Records (not for label use; use “Motown” instead) (in 1983)
recording of:
Hello
lyricist and composer:
Lionel Richie
publisher:
Warner Brothers Music Ltd. (UK subsidiary, so named between 1970/01/23–1971/04/26 and 1972/04/25–1988/08/23)
Lionel Richie3.84:12
9The War Song
assistant engineer:
Peter Lees
engineer:
Gordon Milne (engineer)
producer:
Steve Levine
mixer:
Steve Levine and Jon Moss
bass guitar:
Mikey Craig (in 1984)
electric sitar, guitar, keyboard, piano and sitar:
Roy Hay (Member of Culture Club and composer for film and television) (in 1984)
guest keyboard:
Phil Pickett (in 1984)
guest saxophone:
Steve Grainger (saxophonist) (in 1984)
guest trombone:
Kenneth McGregor (in 1984)
guest trumpet:
Ron Williams (Trumpeter) (in 1984)
guest background vocals:
Imogen Exton (in 1984), Derek Green (in 1984), Alice Kemp (in 1984), Andriana Loizou (in 1984), Alanda Marchant (in 1984), Nancy Peppers (in 1984), Phil Pickett (in 1984), Chris Rainbow (in 1984), Louis Rogers (in 1984), Martin Sunley (in 1984), Helen Terry (in 1984), Tara Thomas ("when you’re in love") (in 1984) and Clare Torry (in 1984)
vocals:
Boy George (in 1984)
recorded at:
Red Bus Studios in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1984)
recording of:
The War Song (in 1984)
writer:
Mikey Craig, George O’Dowd, Roy Hay (Member of Culture Club and composer for film and television) and Jon Moss
Culture Club3.54:17
10Passengers
recording engineer:
Renate Blauel
producer:
Chris Thomas (UK record producer / remixer)
drums (drum set):
Nigel Olsson
electric bass guitar:
Dee Murray
guitar:
Davey Johnstone
keyboard and lead vocals:
Elton John (English singer, songwriter, pianist, and composer)
recorded at:
AIR Studios Montserrat in Saint Peter, Montserrat
recording of:
Passengers
lyricist:
Bernie Taupin
composer:
Elton John (English singer, songwriter, pianist, and composer), Davey Johnstone and Phineas McHize
publisher:
Universal‐Songs of PolyGram International, Inc.
Elton John2.353:27
11Too Late for Goodbye
recording of:
Too Late for Goodbyes
lyricist and composer:
Julian Lennon
Julian Lennon2.53:30
12Shout to the Top
producer:
Paul Weller and Peter Wilson (UK Producer)
recording of:
Shout to the Top
lyricist and composer:
Paul Weller
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
The Style Council24:14
13Doctor! Doctor!
engineer and mixer:
Phil Thornalley
producer:
Tom Bailey (Thompson Twins) and Alex Sadkin
recording of:
Doctor! Doctor!
writer:
Tom Bailey (Thompson Twins), Alannah Currie and Joe Leeway
Thompson Twins2.54:40
14Sunset Now
drum machine programming:
Martyn Ware
synthesizer programming:
Greg Walsh
synthesizer:
Ian Craig Marsh
background vocals:
Afrodiziak, Ian Craig Marsh and Martyn Ware
background vocals and lead vocals:
Glenn Gregory
mixed at:
Air Studios (Oxford Street, London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom
recording of:
Sunset Now
writer:
Glenn Gregory, Ian Craig Marsh and Martyn Ware
publisher:
Sound Diagrams Ltd., Virgin Music (publisher and label, only for releases with Virgin MUSIC logo) and Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
Heaven 1723:38
15Respect Yourself
cover recording of:
Respect Yourself
lyricist and composer:
Luther Ingram and Sir Mack Rice
publisher:
Irving Music (BMI)
The Kane Gang24:05
16Private Dancer
producer:
Carter
solo guitar:
Jeff Beck
lead vocals:
Tina Turner
remixer:
Humberto Gatica
phonographic copyright by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (in 2004)
recording of:
Private Dancer
lyricist and composer:
Mark Knopfler
publisher:
Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Shinko Music Entertainment Co., Ltd., Straitjacket Songs Ltd., Universal Music Publishing France (not for release label use!) and Universal Music Publishing, Synch Division
Tina Turner3.54:01
Cassette 2
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1It’s a Hard Life
additional recording engineer:
Mike Beiriger
assistant recording engineer:
Eddie DeLena and Stephan Wissnet
recording engineer, programming and engineer:
Mack (German rock producer/engineer Reinhold Mack)
producer:
Mack (German rock producer/engineer Reinhold Mack) and Queen (UK rock group)
bass guitar:
John Deacon (from 1983-08 until 1984-01)
drums (drum set):
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (from 1983-08 until 1984-01)
guitar:
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (from 1983-08 until 1984-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Freddie Mercury (from 1983-08 until 1984-01)
background vocals:
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (from 1983-08 until 1984-01), Freddie Mercury (from 1983-08 until 1984-01) and Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (from 1983-08 until 1984-01)
phonographic copyright by:
Queen Productions Ltd. (company and copyright holder, do not use as an imprint or release label) (in 1984, in 2011) and Raincloud Productions Ltd. (in 1984)
recorded at:
Musicland Studios (Munich) in Munich, Bayern, Germany (from 1983-08 until 1984-01) and The Record Plant (aka “Record Plant” Los Angeles) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1983-08 until 1984-01)
produced at:
Musicland Studios (Munich) in Munich, Bayern, Germany (from 1983-08 until 1984-01) and The Record Plant (aka “Record Plant” Los Angeles) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1983-08 until 1984-01)
recording of:
It’s a Hard Life (from 1983-08 until 1984-01)
lyricist and composer:
Freddie Mercury
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. and Queen Music Ltd.
Queen3.64:11
2The Wanderer
engineer:
Steve Churchyard and Tim Summerhayes
producer:
Status Quo (UK boogie rock band) and Pip Williams (producer)
cover recording of:
The Wanderer
lyricist and composer:
Ernie Maresca
Status Quo33:21
3East of Eden
producer:
Steve Lillywhite
publisher:
Mercury Records (or just “Mercury”. A UMG imprint, do not use it for ©/℗ credits) (in 1984)
recording of:
East of Eden
lyricist:
Stuart Adamson
composer:
Stuart Adamson, Mark Brzezicki, Tony Butler (English rock bassist with Big Country) and Bruce Watson
publisher:
Mercury Records (or just “Mercury”. A UMG imprint, do not use it for ©/℗ credits) (in 1984)
Big Country24:15
4Pride (In the Name of Love)
additional engineer:
Kevin Killen
assistant engineer:
Randy Ezratty (engineer)
engineer and producer:
Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois (Canadian record producer, guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter)
lead vocals:
Bono (singer of U2)
phonographic copyright by:
Island Records Ltd. (in 1984)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 378)
recording of:
Pride (In the Name of Love)
lyricist:
Bono (singer of U2)
composer:
Bono (singer of U2), Adam Clayton, The Edge (U2 guitarist David Evans) and Larry Mullen, Jr.
publisher:
Blue Mountain Music Ltd, Mother Music, PolyGram International Music Publishing B.V., Taiyo Music Inc. and Universal Music Publishing B.V. (Benelux subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group)
U243:52
5Listen to Your Father
recording of:
Listen to Your Father
lyricist and composer:
Carl Smyth
Feargal Sharkey23:12
6Tesla Girls
engineer:
Brian Tench
producer:
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark and Brian Tench
recording of:
Tesla Girls
lyricist and composer:
Paul Humphreys (Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark) and Andy McCluskey
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark2.653:36
7The Second TimeKim Wilde33:55
8Human Racing
recording of:
Human Racing
lyricist and composer:
Nik Kershaw
Nik Kershaw24:22
9Ghostbusters
producer:
Ray Parker Jr.
phonographic copyright by:
RCA Records (not for release label use! for the imprint, please use “RCA” instead) (from 2016 to present)
recording of:
Ghostbusters
lyricist and composer:
Ray Parker Jr.
publisher:
EMI Golden Torch Music Corp., EMI Music Publishing Ltd., IQ Music Ltd. and Raydiola Music
is based on:
I Want a New Drug
Ray Parker Jr.4.154:09
10If It Happens Again
engineer:
Howard Gray
producer:
Howard Gray and UB40
bass guitar:
Earl Falconer
drums (drum set) and electronic drum set:
Jim Brown (UB40 drummer)
guitar:
Robin Campbell
keyboard:
Michael Virtue
trumpet:
Astro (UB40 toast, trumpet & percussion)
vocals:
Ali Campbell (UB40’s former vocalist)
recording of:
If It Happens Again
lyricist and composer:
Jim Brown (UB40 drummer), Ali Campbell (UB40’s former vocalist), Robin Campbell, Earl Falconer, Norman Hassan, Terrence Oswald Wilson (aka Astro of UB40), Brian Travers and Michael Virtue
UB403.353:46
11Jump (For My Love)
recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (in 1983)
drum machine and synthesizer programming:
Stephen Mitchell
electronic drum set programming:
Reek Havoc
engineer:
Gary Skardina
associate producer:
Stephen Mitchell and Gary Skardina
producer:
Richard Perry (producer)
additional synthesizer and electronic drum set and Minimoog:
Howie Rice (in 1983)
bass:
Louis Johnson (bass, member of Brothers Johnson) (in 1983)
drum machine and synthesizer:
Stephen Mitchell (in 1983)
percussion:
Paulinho da Costa (in 1983)
lead vocals:
June Pointer (in 1983)
remixer:
Michael Brooks (sound engineer and remixer, notably associated with The Pointer Sisters) and James C. Tract
recording of:
Jump (for My Love) (in 1983)
writer:
Stephen Mitchell, Marti Sharron and Gary Skardina
The Pointer Sisters2.754:31
12Hot Water
engineer and producer:
Ken Scott (UK record producer & engineer)
recording of:
Hot Water
writer:
Wally Badarou, Phil Gould, Mark King and Mike Lindup
Level 4233:40
13Sex Crime
additional engineer:
Steven Stanley (Producer)
engineer:
Eric Thorngren
producer:
Dave Stewart (UK guitarist/singer for Eurythmics)
mixer:
Dave Stewart (UK guitarist/singer for Eurythmics) and Eric Thorngren
performer:
Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart (UK guitarist/singer for Eurythmics)
recording of:
Sexcrime (Nineteen Eighty-Four)
writer:
Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart (UK guitarist/singer for Eurythmics)
publisher:
Universal Music Careers
Eurythmics2.53:56
14Somebody’s Watching Me
background vocals:
Jermaine Jackson (soul/pop singer, of Jackson 5)
guest vocals:
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”)
phonographic copyright by:
Motown Record Corporation (company credits only; do NOT use as release label) (in 1983)
recording of:
Somebody’s Watching Me
lyricist and composer:
Rockwell (R & B – “Somebody’s Watching Me”)
publisher:
EMI Music (do not use as release label! this is a music publisher) and Jobete Music
Rockwell43:52
15Madam Butterfly
recording of:
Madam Butterfly
writer:
Malcolm McLaren and Giacomo Puccini (Italian composer)
arranger:
Stephen Hague and Walter Turbitt
is based on:
Madama Butterfly (complete standard version)
Malcolm McLaren25:50
16Gotta Get You Home TonightEugene Wilde25:20