The Steps where from Singapore or Malaysia or someplace and here they play instrumental medleys of 60s hits by The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Wilson Pickett, 1910 Fruitgum Company and others. Total 60s cheese
Cricket and stand up comedy don't necessarily mix but here we have former England spearhead Freddie Trueman going at it. Sadly tthe rude words are bleeped, but if you understand the broad Yorkshire accent, the laws of cricket and are over 40 you may get a giggle
Alexei Sayle is a uk surrealist comedian and political commentator know for shows like the young ones and Alexei Sayle's stuff. This is a twelve inch remake of his hit plus the older track Pop Up Toasters
the 80s provided a number of highly successful all girl bands that dominated the charts. Bananarama, the Bengles, The go go's. American Girls sadly wasn't one. Though this album is still pretty good. Sounds a bit like a grown up Debbie Gibson with a touch of Prince influence
tracks: american girls, Androgynous, one last prayer, stay with me, out on my own, Goodbye Amen, blind ambition, take the night, sharkskin suit, Pratice What You Preach
A second lp (as far as I can tell) for the woman who wanted to be a rolling stone. Sophisticated disco and pop with French flair and cheek.
tracks: it's up to you, all the goodbyes, i don't wanna sleep alone, i'm satisfied tonight, made in France, question mark, the on no one cares for, let me play with my doll, i did with the rock and roll, miss you (The rolling stones cover), funky piano player