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  1. 1100 Bel Air Place

    1100 Bel Air Place (1984)


    1100 Bel Air Place is a 1984 album of love songs performed by Julio Iglesias, and released by Columbia Records. It was the first of Iglesias' albums to be sung largely in English, and it is generally considered his breakthrough album in English speaking markets.

  2. 1917–1987

    1917–1987 (2002)


    1917–1987 is the first studio album by the Leningrad Cowboys, released in 1987.

  3. 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.

  4. 2X45

    2X45 (2009)


    2x45 is the fourth studio album by English band Cabaret Voltaire. It was released in May 1982, through record label Rough Trade.

  5. 7



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

  6. 7000 Danses

    7000 Danses (1905)

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    7000 danses (7000 Dances) is the fourth studio album by French new wave band, Indochine. It was released in 1987 in France, Germany, Canada, Spain and Peru.

  7. 8th Wonder

    8th Wonder (1981)


    8th Wonder is the second album by rap group The Sugarhill Gang. The album was released in 1982 for Sugarhill Records and was once again produced by Sylvia Robinson and James Cullimore. Though not as successful as the group's previous album, the album did feature the minor hits "8th Wonder" and "Apache" and featured an appearance by another Sugar Hill Records rap group, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five.

  8. A Child's Adventure

    A Child's Adventure (1990)


    A Child's Adventure is the tenth album by Marianne Faithfull, released on Island Records in 1983.

  9. 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.

  10. A Drop Of Water

    A Drop Of Water (2003)


    A Drop of Water is the debut album by Keiko Matsui from 1987. The album was also released in 1993 and then 1997 adding a bonus track for the previous album.

  11. A Little Bit of This, a Little Bit of That

    A Little Bit of This, a Little Bit of That (1990)


    A Little Bit Of This, A Little Bit Of That is the debut studio dance album by D Mob. It was released on FFRR Records in 1989. The album features Cathy Dennis on vocals for two songs, one of which, "C'mon And Get My Love" became a top 10 hit in the United States, peaking at number 10. The single was also a hit in the UK where it charted at #15. A Little Bit of This, a Little Bit of That peaked at #46 on the UK Albums Chart and at #82 on the Billboard 200 in the U.S.A.

  12. A Physical Presence

    A Physical Presence (2013)


    A Physical Presence is a two-disc live album by the British jazz-funk pop group Level 42, released in June 1985 and recorded in England during March 1985 at The Coronet Woolwich, The Hexagon, Reading and Goldiggers, Chippenham, Wiltshire. This album is notable for being the first live album by Level 42, and for containing a previously unreleased song ("Follow Me", which was later remixed and issued as part of an E.P.) and a live recording of a non-LP track ("Foundation & Empire", originally B-side of "Starchild", available on the 2000 CD reissue of "Level 42)". "Love Games" is preceded by an extended bass intro, which contains also part of "Dune Tune". Also, the first track ("Almost There") starts with a taped intro which quotes "Hot Water". Originally issued in the UK as a two-album set and long-play cassette, the version issued on CD consisted of a single disc, omitting three tracks ("Turn it On", "Mr Pink" and "88"). Those tracks were restored when the remastered version of the album was issued in a two-CD set in 2000.

  13. a Poke In The Eye With a Sharp Stick

    a Poke In The Eye With a Sharp Stick (1988)


    A Poke in the Eye... With a Sharp Stick is a 1988 album by Raymond Watts under the moniker PIG. It was reissued in Japan in 1998 by Blue Noise. An extremely low-budget promotional video for "Shit for Brains" exists, and was released on the Best Of Berlin Independence Days '88 compilation VHS.

  14. A Question Of Time

    A Question Of Time


    A Question of Time is the tenth studio album by Scottish musician Jack Bruce. The album was released on October 3, 1989, by CBS Records International.

  15. A Salt With A Deadly Pepa

    A Salt With A Deadly Pepa (2000)


    A Salt With A Deadly Pepa is the second album by female rap trio Salt-N-Pepa, released on Next Plateau Records. The album was certified gold in America, reaching #38 on the Billboard 200 and #8 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Album charts. The album spawned three singles, the top ten R&B hit and moderate popular hit "Shake Your Thang"; the top twenty R&B hit "Get Up Everybody (Get Up)"; and "Twist And Shout", a major pop hit in the UK, hitting #4 in that country. "Get Up Everybody (Get Up)" was sampled without permission for "Wonderland (UKS Mix)" in Dance Dance Revolution Extreme.

  16. A tu regreso

    A tu regreso


    A tu regreso, is a Venezuelan music album of 1988, made by Cecilia Todd with the seal Sonográfica, in this album Todd, returns from a retirement of 9 years.

  17. 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.

  18. After God's Own Heart

    After God's Own Heart (2005)


    After God's Own Heart is a Contemporary Christian Music album by Steve Camp and was released by Sparrow Records in 1987. This album is best known for featuring his version of the song Revive Us, O Lord, which he co-wrote with Carman (who recorded the song on his 1985 album, "The Champion")

  19. After the Fire

    After the Fire (1988)


    After the Fire is the fifth studio album by British white power rock band Skrewdriver and was the first to feature John Burnley, brother of Paul Burnley (No Remorse, Public Enemy), on drums. All of the songs were written by Ian Stuart, except where noted.

  20. After the Snow

    After the Snow (1990)


    After the Snow is Modern English's second album, released in 1982 on 4AD Records in the United Kingdom, Vertigo Records in Canada and Sire Records in the United States. It featured the original recording of the now classic tune "I Melt with You," which the band would later re-record in 1990 for their album Pillow Lips. The song "After The Snow" has 2 speed fluctuations on the original LP which may or may not be intentional.

  21. Alas The Madonna Does Not Function

    Alas The Madonna Does Not Function (1988)

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    Alas the Madonna Does Not Function is a 12" EP by Nurse with Wound.

  22. Aliens Ate My Buick

    Aliens Ate My Buick (2003)


    Aliens Ate My Buick is the third studio LP release by new wave/synthpop artist Thomas Dolby. It peaked at #30 in the UK Albums Chart. The album's sales were disappointing and reviews were mixed. The lead single from the album, "Airhead", peaked at #53. Second and third singles, "Hot Sauce" and "My Brain Is Like a Sieve", peaked at #80 and #89 respectively. In the U.S., the album peaked at #70.

  23. Alumbramento



    Alumbramento is the third album by Brazilian singer and composer Djavan. The album features some of his greatest hits, like "Meu Bem Querer", "Lambada de Serpente" e "Tem Boi Na Linha". The album begins a career of Djavan partnerships with other composers, the following partnerships rarely work in the following.

  24. Always Now

    Always Now (2008)


    Always Now is the debut studio album by Section 25. It was released in September 1981, through record label Factory. It was produced by Martin Hannett, best known for producing both of Joy Division's studio albums.

  25. America

    America (1905)


    America is the sixth album by rapper Kurtis Blow, released in 1985 (see 1985 in music). The album includes the song "If I Ruled the World" from the movie Krush Groove, Blow's only hit since "The Breaks" and the last of his musical career. The album was released in an era when old school hip-hop was being overtaken by younger musicians, but the album nevertheless spawned Blow's biggest UK hit single, with "If I Ruled the World", which reached number 24 in the UK Singles Chart in January 1986.

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