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1. Blondie - Call Me
2. Madness - My Girl
3. Kate Bush - Army of Dreamers
4. Roxy Music - Oh Yeah!
5. Grace Jones - Private Life
6. Siouxsie and the Banshees - Christine
7. Judas Priest - Breaking the Law
8. Motorhead - Ace of Spades
9. Donna Summer - on the Radio
10. Diana Ross - I'm Coming Out
11. Change - Searching
12. Stephanie Mills - Never Knew Love Like This Before
13. Odyssey - If You're Lookin' for a Way Out
14. The Korgis - Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime
15. Andrew Lloyd Webber ; Marti Webb - Take That Look Off Your Face
16. Jona Lewie - Stop the Cavalry
17. Adam and the Ants - Antmusic
18. Toyah - I Want to Be Free
19. Kim Wilde - Chequered Love
20. The Human League - Open Your Heart
21. Visage - Mind of a Toy
22. Altered Images - I Could Be Happy
23. Fun Boy Three - the Lunatics (Have Taken Over the Asylum)
24. Shakin' Stevens - Green Door
25. The Police - Invisible Sun
26. The Pretenders - Message of Love
27. The Teardrop Explodes - Reward
28. Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark - Joan of Arc
29. Gary Numan - She's Got Claws
30. Freeez - Southern Freeez
31. Kiki Dee - Star
32. Cliff Richard - Wired for Sound
33. Duran Duran - Hungry Like the Wolf
34. Haircut 100 - Fantastic Day
35. Adam Ant - Friend or Foe
36. Soft Cell - Torch
37. A Flock of Seagulls - Wishing (If I Had a Photograph of You)
38. Japan - Nightporter
39. ABC - All of My Heart
40. The Clash - Should I Stay or Should I Go
41. The Jam - Beat Surrender
42. Bucks Fizz - the Land of Make Believe
43. Tight Fit - Fantasy Island
44. Dollar - Videotheque
45. Imagination - Just An Illusion
46. Shalamar - There It Is
47. Daryl Hall ; John Oates - I Can't Go for That (No Can Do)
48. Wham! - Wham Rap! (Enjoy What You Do)
49. Spandau Ballet - Gold
50. Bananarama - Cruel Summer
51. Billy Joel - Tell Her About It
52. Paul Young - Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home)
53. Carmel - Bad Day
54. Culture Club - Victims
55. Paul McCartney ; Michael Jackson - Say Say Say
56. KC and the Sunshine Band - Give It Up
57. The Cure - the Walk
58. Tears for Fears - Change
59. Heaven 17 - Come Live with Me
60. Elton John - I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues
61. Robert Plant - Big Log
62. Queen - Radio Ga Ga
63. Thompson Twins - Doctor! Doctor!
64. Nik Kershaw - I Won't Let the Sun Go Down on Me
65. John Konesky - Like to Get to Know You Well
66. Sandie Shaw - Hand in Glove
67. Alison Moyet - All Cried Out
68. Tina Turner - Private Dancer
69. Lionel Richie - Stuck on You
70. Rufus and Chaka Khan - Ain't Nobody
71. Billy Ocean - Caribbean Queen (No More Love on the Run)
72. Hazell Dean - Whatever I Do (Wherever I Go)
73. Shakatak - Down on the Street
74. Frankie Goes to Hollywood - the Power of Love
75. Band Aid - Do They Know It's Christmas?

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LP box set featuring an album per year for the period 1980-1984, each including an incredible line-up of tracks taken from either the 'NOW Yearbook' or 'NOW Yearbook Extra', that haven't been included on a 'Yearbook' vinyl edition before; 75 moments of Pop magic in a numbered limited-edition box set, with each vinyl pressed in the colour of the years' original 'Yearbook'. 1980: The stellar track list kicks off with Blondie's No. 1 'Call Me', before a line-up including Madness, Kate Bush, Roxy Music, and Siouxsie and The Banshees. Classic Rock from Motorhead and Judas Priest, Soulful Disco from Diana Ross and Donna Summer, and a perennial Christmas favourite from Jona Lewie are all featured. 1981: Side A reflects the explosion of artists enjoying their huge early hits in this incredible year for Pop; Adam & The Ants, Toyah, Kim Wilde, The Human League, and Fun Boy Three are all included - and on the flip side, The Police open an equally dynamic listing featuring Pretenders, Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark, Gary Numan, and closes with the Pop gem 'Wired For Sound' from Cliff Richard. 1982: Duran Duran, Haircut 100, Soft Cell, Japan, ABC, The Clash, and The Jam represent some of the greatest artists of all-time, as well as the era - plus pure Pop heaven from Bucks Fizz, Tight Fit and Dollar. 1983: Opening with Wham! And featuring a run of huge hits from '83's contemporary chart stars Spandau Ballet, Bananarama, Paul Young, Culture Club, The Cure and Tears for Fears - plus global smashes from long-established chart legends Elton John, Billy Joel, Robert Plant and 'Say Say Say', the collaboration between Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson. 1984: An amazing year for pop is reflected here with a line-up that kicks off with Queen's iconic 'Radio Ga Ga' and finishes with the biggest selling single of the decade, 'Do They Know It's Christmas?' from Band Aid. Between these are massive hits from Lionel Richie, Rufus and Chaka Khan, Tina Turner, Alison Moyet, Howard Jones and Frankie Goes to Hollywood.