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NOW That’s What I Call 12” 80s

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Celebrated hits from Tina Turner and Blondie precede legendary Pop from Sinitta, Hazell Dean, Tight Fit and Baltimora, before Stars On 45’s salute to ABBA and bringing the disc to a close with UB40’s enduring ‘Red Red Wine’. In November 2017, NOW 80s and NOW 90s (then broadcasting as NOW Christmas) were added to the GMAN Freeview multiplex broadcasting to Greater Manchester. NOW – 80s Alternative – A celebration of a different view of the decade’s charts – the lesser-compiled 1980’s singles.

Completing the disc is Pop gold from The Bangles, Kim Wilde, Matthew Wilder, and finishing with the epic ‘If I Could Turn Back Time’ from Cher.I cannot use app a secure connection is recommended to use the app, unable to establish a secure connection and recommend that you try again later. CD3 has a disco/funk/soul vibe with hits from Shalamar (‘A Night To Remember’), The Boys Town Gang (‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’), Patrick Cowley feat. The epic ‘This Corrosion’ from Sisters Of Mercy starts CD3 in grandiose style – and is followed with atmospheric masterpieces from Siouxsie And The Banshees, Bauhaus, The Cure and a second appearance from Joy Division – before some late-80s Alternative essentials, including Bjork’s band The Sugarcubes, Act, The Mission, All About Eve, The Cult’s ‘Edie (Ciao Baby)’, ‘This Is England’ from The Clash, and The Fall’s version of ‘There’s A Ghost In My House’, before closing with two more great examples of U. Each album release represents a year of music, with the Now Yearbook programme following suit and featuring a month by month video playlist of tracks, from the year featured on the Now Yearbook album, with Bruno Brookes presenting. On 22 September 2022, Now 80s was added as a streamed channel to Samsung TV Plus, which can be accessed on most Samsung TVs, Smartphones and Tablets, on channel 4717.

Post-Punk Pop exploded on the charts of the early 80s, and The Associates and The Stranglers feature, as do The Adventures ‘Broken Land’ and Marc Almond’s ‘Stories Of Johnny’ – both amazing songs. The channel launched in its current form on 27 December 2016, initially as a temporary pop-up rebrand of Now Music, previously a contemporary pop channel.

Apart from episodes of the 1980s American drama Fame [12] (billed as Fame - The Original TV Series on the channel's EPG), the channel usually sticks to a back-to-back video format with radio presenters such as Pat Sharp, Mark Goodier and Simon Bates [13] presenting, appearing either as a voice-over or on-screen. On 2 March 2023, Now 80s reappeared on Freeview as a FAST channel on Channelbox channel 271 alongside Now 70s and Now 90s. Devotion, Diana Ross and Sister Sledge all enjoyed massive success with production and writing from Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards from Chic and Pop smashes became Disco gold from Liquid Gold, Village People, Kelly Marie and the aptly titled ‘D. The epic ‘This Corrosion’ from Sisters Of Mercy starts LP 2 in grandiose style, followed by atmospheric masterpieces from Siouxsie And The Banshees, Bauhaus and The Cure. NOW Music proudly presents NOW – 80s Alternative: 30 tracks across 2 LPs, pressed on stunning pink vinyl and 80 tracks across 4 CDs – encapsulating the era and celebrating an incredibly diverse decade for ‘Alternative’ music.

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