1985 albums

Here are the albums of 1985. The good, the bad, the rock, the roll, the classical and the heavy. It's all about the music and the albums, and it's all about what was around in 1985.
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  1. 1985 Christmas albums

    1985 Christmas albums

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  2. 1985 compilation albums

    1985 compilation albums

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  3. 1985 EPs

    1985 EPs

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  4. 1985 live albums

    1985 live albums

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  5. 1985 remix albums

    1985 remix albums

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  6. 1985 soundtracks

    1985 soundtracks

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  7. 1985 video albums

    1985 video albums

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  8. 1985 debut albums

    1985 debut albums

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  1. 003

    003 (1905)

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    003 is the third studio album released by Serbian and former Yugoslav singer-songwriter Đorđe Balašević.

  2. 20/20

    20/20 (1990)


    20/20 is a studio album by George Benson, released on the Warner Bros. record label in 1985. The lead single by the same name reached #48 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA. "You Are the Love of My Life" was a duet with Roberta Flack. Also included on 20/20 is the original version of the song "Nothing's Gonna Change My Love for You" which would later become a smash hit for Hawaiian singer Glenn Medeiros.

  3. 2WO

    2WO (2013)


    2WO is the second album by Strange Advance released in early 1985. It featured two hit Canadian singles, "We Run" and "The Second That I Saw You". Along with their first album, this was a Canadian gold record for the band.

  4. 3

    3 (1905)


    3 is the third studio album by French new wave band, Indochine. It was released in 1985 in France, Germany, Canada, Japan and Sweden.

  5. 3-Way Tie

    3-Way Tie


    3-Way Tie (For Last) is the fourth and final full-length album recorded by the American punk band Minutemen. It is particularly notable for featuring several covers of songs by bands such as the Urinals, Meat Puppets, Blue Öyster Cult, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Roky Erickson and the Aliens. It was released very shortly before the death of D. Boon who also painted the cover. Watt collaborated with Black Flag bassist Kira Roessler on three tracks ("No One", "Stories", and "What Is It?"). Around the time that the album was recorded, Watt and Roessler formed Dos. The last song, a cover of Roky Erickson's "Bermuda" was sung over the phone by Mike Watt.

  6. 40 Hour Week

    40 Hour Week (1985)


    40-Hour Week is the ninth studio album from country music band Alabama. Released in 1985, the album included three songs that topped the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart and continued the band's dominance during the 1980s.

  7. 7



    7, sometimes called Seven, is the seventh album by artist David Meece.

  8. 7 Day Weekend

    7 Day Weekend (2001)


    7 Day Weekend was released in 1985 on Jive Records. It was The Comsat Angels' fifth album. The album was reissued on CD with bonus tracks in 2001 for Jive's "Connoisseur Collection".

  9. 7800 Fahrenheit

    7800 Fahrenheit (2010)


    7800° Fahrenheit is the second studio album by American hard rock band Bon Jovi, released on March 27, 1985 through Mercury Records. The album's title was a reference to the supposed melting point of rock. The album introduced the classic '80s Bon Jovi logo that would later on be used in Slippery When Wet and New Jersey.

  10. a Cappella

    a Cappella (1985)


    A Cappella is a 1985 album by Todd Rundgren. The album is one of Rundgren's most unusual in that every sound is the product of the artist's voice. Rundgren employed overdubbing techniques and an E-mu Emulator (an early sampler), electronically manipulating the sound of his voice in order to mimic conventional rock instruments, handclaps, and other sounds. This unique approach to music making was later explored by artists such as Mike Patton and Björk.

  11. A Classic Case

    A Classic Case


    A Classic Case (1985) is an album by Jethro Tull, playing with the London Symphony Orchestra, released in 1985. The music was arranged and conducted by David Palmer. The album features band members Ian Anderson, Martin Barre, Dave Pegg and Peter-John Vettese.

  12. A donde vas

    A donde vas (2006)

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    A Donde Vas (Where are you Going) is the ninth studio album released by Los Bukis in 1985. The album reached number-one on the Billboard Regional Mexican Albums.

  13. A Far Out Disc

    A Far Out Disc


    A Far Out Disc is a full-length album by the punk band Toy Dolls.

  14. A Feather on the Breath of God

    A Feather on the Breath of God


    A Feather on the Breath of God is an award-winning album of sacred vocal music written in the 12th century by the German abbess Hildegard of Bingen and recorded by the English soprano Emma Kirkby and Gothic Voices that was released by the Hyperion Records label in April 1985.

  15. A Long Time Coming

    A Long Time Coming (1985)


    A Long Time Coming (A Change Is Gonna Come) is the eighth album released by R&B singer Evelyn "Champagne" King on the RCA label in 1985. It was produced by Theodore Life, Hawk, René & Angela, Bobby Watson, Allen George, and Fred McFarlane.

  16. A Memory Like You

    A Memory Like You (1985)


    A Memory Like You is the seventh studio album by American country music artist John Schneider. It was released in 1985 via MCA Records. The album peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.

  17. A Secret Wish

    A Secret Wish

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    A Secret Wish was the 1985 debut album of synthpop band Propaganda. Released by ZTT Records, it was produced by Stephen Lipson and label boss Trevor Horn. The singles "Duel" and "Dr. Mabuse" were both Top 30 UK chart hits. The track "p:Machinery" was also released as a single and was featured in an episode of the 80's TV show Miami Vice and also on the video "Drum" by Duran Duran's Simon Le Bon for his Whitbread Round the World Race in 1985.

  18. A Sense of Wonder

    A Sense of Wonder (2008)


    A Sense of Wonder is the fifteenth studio album by Northern Irish singer/songwriter Van Morrison released in 1985. When first released original pressings had to be recalled when the W. B. Yeats estate refused to allow Morrison's musical version of the poem, "Crazy Jane on God" to be included on the album, as they believed his poems should only be set to classical music. Morrison substituted "If You Only Knew" for the Yeats' recording. (Later, perhaps due to Morrison's efforts, Yeats poems would be put to rock settings on a whole album).

  19. A Time of Changes

    A Time of Changes (2002)


    A Time of Changes is the debut studio album by the British heavy metal band Blitzkrieg, released in 1985.

  20. Aabshar-e-Ghazal



    Aabshar-e-Ghazal is a ghazal album by Indian legendary singers Hariharan and Asha Bhonsle. It was released in the year 1985. The album featured 8 songs, all of them composed by Hariharan and sung by both Asha Bhonsle and Hariharan. After many years, Aabshar-e-Ghazal was re-released as Kuch Door Hamare Saath, in which all tracks were sung by Hariharan alone.

  21. Absolutely

    Absolutely (2011)


    Absolutely is the third studio album by Australian Indie pop, rock band Eurogliders, released in October 1985. It peaked at #7 on the Australian Kent Music Report albums chart and remained in the charts for 47 weeks; it spawned three top ten hit singles, "We Will Together" in April, "The City of Soul" in September and "Can't Wait to See You" in November. Two further singles appeared in 1986.

  22. Across a Crowded Room

    Across a Crowded Room (2002)


    Across a Crowded Room is the third solo album by Richard Thompson released in 1985.

  23. Acts of Love

    Acts of Love


    Acts of Love is an album of 50 poems by Penny Rimbaud of the anarchist punk band Crass, set to classical music composed and arranged by Penny Rimbaud and Paul Ellis, and performed by Steve Ignorant and Eve Libertine. Released in 1985 on Crass Records, the record was accompanied by a book of 50 paintings by artist Gee Vaucher.

  24. Afterburner

    Afterburner (1990)


    Afterburner is the ninth studio album by the American blues rock band ZZ Top, released in 1985 (see 1985 in music). Afterburner was a financial success, going several times platinum and launching several hit singles, the most successful of which was "Sleeping Bag" which peaked at No. 1 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks and at No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100.

  25. Ain't Love Grand

    Ain't Love Grand


    Ain't Love Grand is the fifth album by X. This album was their first not produced by Ray Manzarek. It was reissued with four bonus tracks by Rhino Records in 2002.

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