'Youthquake' is the second and breakthrough album by the British pop group Dead or Alive. At the time the album was underrated by the critics but nowadays this is an absolute must for the synthpop lovers. Released in 1985 catches all the good vibrations of the 80's blended with rhythm and youth. It was Dead or Alive's first collaboration with the famous Stock, Aitken & Waterman production team. While the "Youthquake" album is perhaps best known for "You Spin Me Round", it also features club favorites that are just as energetic, like "D.J. Hit That Button", "Lover Come Back To Me", and "It's Been A Long Time". They all have that 80's disco-club feel that gets you up and dancing.
'Youthquake' is the second and breakthrough album by the British pop group Dead or Alive. At the time the album was underrated by the critics but nowadays this is an absolute must for the synthpop lovers. Released in 1985 catches all the good vibrations of the 80's blended with rhythm and youth. It was Dead or Alive's first collaboration with the famous Stock, Aitken & Waterman production team. While the "Youthquake" album is perhaps best known for "You Spin Me Round", it also features club favorites that are just as energetic, like "D.J. Hit That Button", "Lover Come Back To Me", and "It's Been A Long Time". They all have that 80's disco-club feel that gets you up and dancing.
8718627233177

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Format: CD
Rel. Date: 06/18/2021
UPC: 8718627233177

Youthquake
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. You Spin Me Around (Like A Record)
2. I Wanna Be A Toy
3. DJ Hit That Button
4. In Too Deep
5. Big Daddy Of The Rhythm
6. You Spin Me Round (Like A Record) (Performance Mix)
7. Cake And Eat It
8. Lover Come Back (To Me)
9. My Heart Goes Bang (Get Me To The Doctor)
10. It's Been A Long Time
11. Lover Come Back (To Me) (Extended Version)

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'Youthquake' is the second and breakthrough album by the British pop group Dead or Alive. At the time the album was underrated by the critics but nowadays this is an absolute must for the synthpop lovers. Released in 1985 catches all the good vibrations of the 80's blended with rhythm and youth. It was Dead or Alive's first collaboration with the famous Stock, Aitken & Waterman production team. While the "Youthquake" album is perhaps best known for "You Spin Me Round", it also features club favorites that are just as energetic, like "D.J. Hit That Button", "Lover Come Back To Me", and "It's Been A Long Time". They all have that 80's disco-club feel that gets you up and dancing.