Title: Living In Oblivion (The Eighties Greatest Hits) Volume 4 (Available at Amazon)
Label   : EMI
Medium  : CD
TTime   : 76:17
Notes   : Pictures and Comments On The Groups/Songs
Reviewer: Charles R. Grosvenor Jr.
Paid    : $12
Rank    : 3 out of 5.

Track Listing
Title                                  Artist(s)
-=-=-                                  -=-=-=-=-
Dance Hall Days                        Wang Chung
One Thing Leads To Another             The Fixx
True                                   Spandau Ballet
Come On Eileen                         Dexy's Midnight Runners
Digging Your Scene                     The Blow Monkeys
Sister of Mercy                        Thompson Twins
Under The Milky Way                    The Church
Lean On Me (Ah-Li-Ayo)                 Red Box
Since Yesterday                        Strawberry Switchblade
You Don't Know                         Scarlett &Black
Some People                            Belouis Some
Shock                                  The Motels
Belly Of The Whale                     Burning Sensations
Tenderness                             General Public
Get Out Of London                      Intaferon
Go                                     Tones On Tail
Slang Teacher                          Wide Boy Awake
Lawnchairs                             Our Daughter's Wedding
Mexican Radio                          Wall Of Voodoo

        The arraignment of songs on this disc was some what poor, the overall
content is not that great.  There are only a few big hits on here, and the
lesser known songs really don't come out and grab you as songs you either
forgot or really wanted to hear.  Also, the version of "Lean On Me" on here
is not the really popluar version (or even a remake of the original as you
might first believe), that version is by Club Noveau which I haven't seen on
a compilation yet.

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