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New Wave Hits of the 80's: Just Can't Get Enough Vol. 2 (1994)



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Credited cast:
Herself (archive footage)
Big Country ...
Themselves (archive footage)
The Fixx ...
Themselves (archive footage)
A Flock of Seagulls ...
Themselves (archive footage)
Roman Holiday ...
Themselves (archive footage)
Herself (archive footage) (as Berlin)
Taco Ockerse ...
Himself (archive footage) (as Taco)
Spandau Ballet ...
Themselves (archive footage)
Themselves (archive footage)


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Edited from Devo: Whip It (1981) See more »


Written by Gary Kemp
Performed by Spandau Ballet
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new wave classics
9 September 2007 | by (CZECH REPUBLIC) – See all my reviews

I've listed all the videos below because I always like to know what's on a disc before I rent it. I figure it should help in your rental decision.

This particular DVD contains an "original sound" option and an "enhanced sound" option. Total: 18 Videos China Crisis - Black Man Ray Heaven 17 - Temptation Duran Duran - Save A Prayer Culture Club - Do You Really Want To Hurt Me? Kim Wilde - Cambodia Kajagoogoo - Too Shy Spandau Ballet - Only When You Leave Ultravox - Vienna Climie Fisher - Rise To The Occasion Living In A Box - Living In A Box Jesus Loves You (Boy George) - Generations Of Love Thomas Dolby - She Blinded Me With Science Marc Almond - Tears Run Rings Dexy's Midnight Runners - Geno Go West - We Close Our Eyes Hue & Cry - Looking For Linda Fun Boy Three - Tunnel Of Love Human League - Human So many highlights on this disc! Ultravox is easily my favorite here, followed very closely by Duran Duran. Though Save A Prayer is classic, it's not a very inspired choice, and that comes from a huge fan of them too. Also great to see on this disc are Heaven 17, Marc Almond, Fun Boy Three and amazing... a Dexy's Midnight Runner's video that's not "Come On Eileen"? That was pretty unexpected! The other videos are quite fun as well, though Human League's "Human" wouldn't exactly be my first choice, as I much prefer their earlier output. Perhaps "Mirror Man" can make it onto a future compilation? Oh, and more Ultravox, please! All in all, I can heartily recommend this disc to anyone nostalgic for new wave classics.

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