Kim Wilde - More of the Best mp3 downloadPerformer: Kim Wilde
Title: More of the Best
Released: February 2, 1998
Size MP3 version: 1685 mb
Size FLAC version: 1895 mb
Size WMA version: 1627 mb
Format: AUD AHX RA VOX MP4 MP3
Genre: Pop Rock
Kim Wilde - More of the Best mp3 download
Kim Wilde - Debut Album by Kim Wilde. Released in 1981 here is the full album.
1998 Родился сын Гарри Тристэн.
2001 13 января Ким Уайлд впервые за долгие годы выступила вживую, в качестве гостя она была приглашена на благотворительный концерт, организованный.
Kim Wilde is the eponymous debut studio album by British singer Kim Wilde, released on June 29, 1981 via the RAK label. The songs on the album were all written by Kim's father, the successful 1950s rock and roll singer Marty Wilde, and her younger brother Ricky Wilde and most of the music was played by the then current line-up of the symphonic rock band The Enid. Production duties were fulfilled by Ricky Wilde. The cover portraits were taken by renowned British photographer Gered Mankowitz.
The Very Best of Kim Wilde is a compilation album by British singer Kim Wilde. It was released in November 2001 and contained 15 Top 20 hits from the UK and German charts and was virtually identical to her 1993 hits collection. Also included was a new song, "Loved", which was released as a single in a number of countries - her first in six years, reaching the Top 10 in Belgium and Top 20 in Finland
In the 1980s, Kim scored more hit singles in the UK than any other British female singer. The daughter of '50s rock and roller Marty Wilde, her famous father co-wrote many of her earliest successes with Ricky, her younger brother, who served as producer. This dream-team of talent ensured that pouted Kim was in very safe hands. She began her recording career on Mickey Most's recording label RAK, and her first two studio albums, 1981's 'Kim Wilde', and 82's 'Select' are represented in full here. Collectors should note that this 'Best of' has a follow-up, More of the Best, which emphasises on her third album, 'Catch As Catch Again'. Kim Wilde - The Best Of Kim Wilde (1996). Release of this CD: 1996, May, 17 Tracks licensed from EMI Int.
An expanded version of the Rak Very Best of Kim Wilde released in 1985, EMI's version adds on to her post-1984 best including her only American Top 40 hit, "You Keep Me Hangin On" (which reached Number One in 1987). Beginning with her chart debut, 1981's "Kids in America," Very Best of Kim Wilde compiles most but not all of her hits; "Say You Really Want Me" isn't found here, though "You Came" and "If I Can't Have You" are present
The Hits Collection (Kim Wilde album). The Hits Collection is a compilation album by Kim Wilde. The album was released on March 6, 2006. Originally the album was intended to be a repackaged version of the 1996 compilation Best of Kim Wilde. When the album was announced, the webmaster of Wilde's fansite contacted EMI and asked if it would be a better idea to release a new compilation of Wilde's EMI "first" years 1981-1983 instead.
Kim Wilde – The Very Best Of Kim Wilde. Label: RAK – CARAK 9128, Jugoton – CARAK 9128.
Album, 1981, RAK. Tracklist. Album, 1983, RAK. 2. Back Street Joe. 3. Stay a While. 6. Dancing in the Dark.
The previous incarnation of The Very best of Kim Wilde (released in 1984) contained material recorded between 1981 and 1983, while Kim was under contract with EMI, only. This album contains the greatest hits as recorded between 1981 and 1993, as well as one new track (Loved) and two new remixes. It was released to coincide with the Here & Now Tour 2001 that took Kim and six other artists all around the UK in November 2001. The sleeve photograph, which was taken in 1995, was chosen by Kim. The sleeve was designed by the team at EMI. The compilation took about three months to put together
Kim Wilde (born Kim Smith; 18 November 1960) is an English pop singer, author, DJ and television presenter. She first saw success in 1981 with her debut single "Kids in America", which reached number two in the UK. In 1983, she received the Brit Award for Best British Female solo artist. In 1986, she had a UK number two hit with a reworked version of the Supremes' song "You Keep Me Hangin' On", which also topped the US Billboard Hot 100 in 1987. Between 1981 and 1996, she had 25 singles reach the Top 50 of the UK singles chart.