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Kim Wilde - Kim Wilde  (2 CD & 1 DVD) 
Kim Wilde - Select  (2 CD & 1 DVD) 
Kim Wilde - Catch As Catch Can (2 CD & 1 DVD) 

Cherry Pop
Release date: 31/01/2020

On the back of Kim Wilde’s recent studio album 'Here Come The Aliens' (and companion live collection), her first three albums 'Kim Wilde', 'Select' and 'Catch As Catch Can' are being re-released by Cherry Pop on January 31, 2020.

Each album is being presented as a plush 2CD+DVD expanded gatefold wallet boasting a raft of previously unissued tracks and new remixes, as well as new coloured vinyl editions. All of the tracks have been remastered by Tom Parker from fresh transfers of the original analogue tapes. All of the new and previously unheard material has been given the blessing of Kim Wilde herself. Additionally, each package includes lyrics, rare photos and memorabilia plus new sleeve notes written by Kim Wilde expert Marcel Rijs.


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Automatic Call is the lead single for Nina's 2nd album. 

It includes some amazing remixes from the strongest referents of the Synthwave and Retrowave scene including Morgan Willis, Absolute Valentine, Makeup And Vanity Set, The New Division and Le Cassette.

Written by Nina Boldt, Laura Fares, J. Wide

Produced by Oscillian

Mastered by Mike Marsh

Release date: November 29, 2019

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Finally the fourth Daybehavior album is released.
Based On A True Story
 

The album is available at major services:

iTunes | GooglePlay | Spotify

Daybehavior also released a new video: Tears That Dry



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In the latest 132-page Classic Pop Presents special, you will find the flamboyant and colourful world of the New Romantics.

From the scene's origins as an underground movement borne out of the Blitz Club in Soho through to the worldwide surge of popularity that led to mainstream success for some of the major players who made their indelible musical mark, such as Boy GeorgeSpandau BalletVisage and Duran Duran.

Inside you'll find the story of the Godfather of the scene, Steve Strange, and explore his pioneering band Visage with the help of Blitz DJ and band member Rusty Egan and fellow band-mate Midge Ure, who moved on to front Ultravox.

Spandau Ballet's Steve Norman talks about the making of Spandau Ballet's game-changing debut album Journeys To Glory. Read about the Rum Runner Club, that gave rise to yet another of the scene's major success stories, Duran Duran

This issue has plenty more to be enjoyed, including an exploration of David Bowie's influence on the movement and Japan's Gentlemen Wear Polaroids album  – plus eye-opening interviews with some of the scene's faces to get their side of this fascinating era, including ToyahPrincess Julia and Mark Shaw

Chris Sullivan shares his hilarious memories of the times and Blitz Kids fashion designer Judith Franklin and photographer Graham Smith talk about the New Romantic fashion.

Also inside, there's the Top 40 Essential New Romantic playlist, the design styles and artwork of the scene's many fine releases, and all with stunning photos throughout!

Order your copy here: Classic Pop Presents the New Romantics

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