- Performer:The Chart Mixers
- Title:Cover Up The Smash Hits
- Style:Synth-pop, Pop Rock
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1806 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1661 megabytes
- Size WMA version1200 megabytes
- Formats:VQF VOC DTS MOD AC3 MP1 MP2
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Smash Hits Cover Band, 90s Party People, Tubes des années 90 17-06-2019. Kompozytorzy: Shania Twain - Robert John Lange - Brian McKnight - Kevin Cadogan - Arion Gabriel Salazar - Stephan Douglas Jenkins - Lauryn Hill - William Hart - Roma Shane Ryan - Enya Brennan - Nelust Wyclef Jean - Samuel Prakazrel Michel - Nicky Ryan - Thom Bell - James Baker - Nara.
Now That's What I Call Music, Smash Hits was a compilation album released in 1987. The album is part of the (UK) Now! series, and is a collaboration with Smash Hits magazine, a successful pop music based magazine at the time. It was conceived, written and designed by the Smash Hits staff, and the liner notes are written in the magazine's offbeat style.
Smash Hits N. s (2017) - download mp3 or listen online. Smash Hits N. s (2017) - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Smash Hits N. s (2017).
Also take note that these top hits, hot hits, ‘smash hits, etc. often weren’t even currently on the charts. These record companies weren’t above using the track list + sexy girl template on some tired moldy oldies as well. Disco was perfectly suited for the top hits album. The top hits girls were like an extension of Page 3. Nothing wrong with that. At that point, it became a war between MFP (Hot Hits) and TOTP. TOTP was the first to instigate the cheesecake template (up until ’68, MFP had been using bland covers akin to K-Tel) and ultimately TOTP would emerge victorious. You might have noticed that this whole top hits phenomenon was as white as the wind-driven snow. European covers rarely featured women of color.
Smash Hits is a compilation of singles by the Jimi Hendrix Experience, and the first compilation album for Jimi Hendrix, released in re-channeled stereo "Enhanced for stereo from original mono recordings" in the United Kingdom in 1968 on Track Records 612004, and a year later in stereo in the United States on Reprise Records, catalogue MS 2025. It peaked at number four on the British album chart and number six on the Billboard 200, and has been certified double platinum by the RIAA. A stereo version of "Fire" issued as a single in April 1969 missed the chart. As no new studio album was on the horizon in 1969, partly owing to the disbanding of the Experience by Hendrix exacerbated by tensions with Noel Redding, the label decided to issue a different compilation with the same title.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Exhale (Shoop Shoop)
Written-By – Edmonds*
Written-By – Mortimer*
Written-By – Bono, The Edge
Written-By – Barlow*
|5||Power Of A Woman
Written-By – Sturken*, Rogers*
Written-By – John-Taupin*
|7||Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me
Written-By – Noble*
|8||Out Of Tears
Written-By – Jagger-Richards
Written-By – Hill*, Sinfield*
|10||For Your Love
Written-By – Wonder*
|11||Diggin' On You
Written-By – Edmonds*
|12||You Are Not Alone
Written-By – Kelly*
Written-By – Gudmundsdottir*, De Vries*, Hooper*
|14||A Girl Like You
Written-By – Collins*
|15||1492 - Conquest Of Paradise
Written-By – Vangelis
Written-By – Clark*, Pellow*, Mitchell*, Cunningham*
Written-By – Belew*, Frantz*, Hall*, Carey*, Stanley*, Weymouth*
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