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Triple Album Collection

Kim Wilde CD3

Triple Album Collection (2015)

Format: CD3

Code: 825646183982

CD1 KIM WILDE

  1. Water On Glass
  2. Our Town
  3. Everything We Know
  4. Young Heroes
  5. Kids In America
  6. Chequered Love
  7. 2 6 5 8 0
  8. You'll Never Be So Wrong
  9. Falling Out
  10. Tuning In Tuning On

CD2 SELECT

  1. Ego
  2. Words Fell Down
  3. Action City
  4. View From a Bridge
  5. Just A Feeling
  6. Chaos At The Airport
  7. Take Me Tonight
  8. Can You Come Over
  9. Wendy Said
  10. Cambodia (Reprise)

CD3 CATCH AS CATCH CAN

  1. House Of Salome
  2. Back Street Joe
  3. Stay Awhile
  4. Love Blonde
  5. Dream Sequence
  6. Dancing In The Dark
  7. Shoot To Disable
  8. Can You Hear It
  9. Sparks
  10. Sing It Out For Love
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Kim Wilde

Kim Wilde is a pop musician (born Kim Smith on 18 November 1960 in Hertfordshire, UK) that’s the daughter of 50s singer Marty Wilde. She released her debut single, “Kids in America”, in 1981 at the age of 21. The song was written by both her father and her brother, Ricky. Ironically, Kim had never been to America at the time. “Kids in America” was a huge success in the United Kingdom and around the world, being a U.K. #2 hit. Her debut album, ‘Kim Wilde’, (released on RAK records) came out in July 1981 and stayed in the U.K. album charts for 14 weeks, peaking at number 3 and getting much acclaim. Two more hits from her debut were released: “Chequered Love” and “Water on Glass”. Picking up fame as a part of the popular ‘new wave’ movement, her second album, ‘Select’, was released in May 1982. It contained the hits “Cambodia” and “View from a Bridge”. Her third album (and last album with RAK), was ‘Catch As Catch Can’, which came out in November 1983. Sadly, it wasn’t much of a success, though tracks “Love Blonde” and “Dancing ...

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