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1. Mott The Hoople -All TheYoung Dudes
2. The Lounge Lizards-Harlem Nocturne
3. Alice Cooper -I'm Eighteen
4. New York Dolls-Personality Crisis
5. Zager ; Evans- In The Year2525
6. Iggy Pop -Nightclubbing
7. Roxy Music -Do The Strand
8. Kim Fowley -Motorboat
9. Lou Reed -Vicious
10. Wayne County ; The Electric Chairs- Berlin
11. Nina Hagen Tv-Glotzer (White Punks On Dope)
12. La Düsseldorf -Viva
13. Mick Ronson -Only After Dark
14. Rah Band- The Crunch
15. Fox S-S-S-Single Bed
16. The Warlord- The Ultimate Warlord
17. Donna Summer -Love To Love You Baby
18. Grace Jones- La Vie En Rose
19. Giorgio Moroder -Chase
20. The Sweet -The Ballroom Blitz
21. Gary Miller With The Barry Gray Orchestra-Stingray
22. Tubeway Army -Down In The Park
23. The Cure -A Forest
24. The Human League -Being Boiled
25. The Normal- Warm Leatherette
26. Suicide- Ghost Rider
27. Orchestral Manoeuvres
28. In The Dark- Electricity
29. John Foxx- Underpass
30. Thomas Dolby --She Blinded Me With Science
31. Visage -Visage
32. Simple Minds- Changeling
33. Landscape Einstein- A Go Go
34. The Flying Lizards -Money
35. Telex- Moskow Diskow
36. Throbbing Gristle- Hot
37. On The Heels Of Love
38. Japan- Life In Tokyo
39. Yello- Bostich
40. Nightmares In Wax -BlackLeather
41. Heaven 17- (We Don't Need This) Fascist Groove Thang
42. Spandau Ballet- To Cut A
43. Long Story Short
44. Magazine- Shot By Both Sides
45. Siouxsie And The Banshees- Hong Kong Garden
46. Marianne Faithfull-Broken English
47. The Associates- Club Country
48. Abc- Tears Are Not Enough
49. M M- Factor
50. Tom Tom Club- Genius Of Love
51. Blue Rondo A La Turk-Klactoveesedstein
52. A Certain Ratio- Shack Up
53. New Order- Everything's Gone Green
54. Glaxo Babies- Shake (The Foundations)
55. Heat Exchange- Shake Down
56. Chaz Jankel -Ai No Corrida
57. Don Armando's Second Avenue Rhumba Band- I'm An Indian Too
58. Coati Mundi Me- No Pop I
59. Gina X- Performance No G.D.M
60. Sister Sledge- Lost In Music
61. Lipps Inc- Funky Town
62. The Barry Gray-Orchestra Captain Scarlet

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3-CD SET CELEBRATING THE MUSIC PLAYED AT LEGENDARY LATE 70s AND EARLY 80s CLUBS SUCH AS THE WAG IN LONDON, PIPS IN MANCHESTER AND THE RUM RUNNER IN BIRMINGHAM - A NIGHT- TIME CULTURE CENTRED AROUND FASHION-OBSESSED INDIVIDUALS, WHICH INSPIRED A YOUTH MOVEMENT, THE NEW ROMANTICS. FROM THE GLAM, ROCK AND PRE-PUNK OF THE 1970S THROUGH SYNTH POP, PUNK FUNK, DISCO AND OTHER GROOVY DANCEFLOOR FAVOURITES. FEATURING IGGY POP, LOU REED, ROXY MUSIC, DONNA SUMMER, JAPAN, GARY NUMAN, HUMAN LEAGUE, OMD, GRACE JONES, SPANDAU BALLET, TOM TOM CLUB, VISAGE, A CERTAIN RATIO, NEW ORDER AND MANY MORE! COMPILED IN ASSOCIATION WITH CHRIS SULLIVAN (BLUE RONDO A LA TURK, HELL DJ, WAG CLUB MAINMAN AND FOUNDER), WITH EXTENSIVE ESSAY AND ARTIST BIOGS AND RECOLLECTIONS. COMPILED AND PRODUCED BY THE TEAM BEHIND THE 'MUSIK MUSIC MUSIQUE' SERIES AND 'SHAKE THE FOUNDATIONS (MILITANT FUNK & THE POST-PUNK DANCEFLOOR 1978-1984)'. In The Aftermath Of Punk, And Inspired By The Glamour Of The Likes Of David Bowie, Young Elites In England's Major Cities Threw Off The Shackles Of Damp And Dreary Turn-Of-The-80s Britain And Sought Something More Refined And Cultured Than Punk's Primal Howl. Armed With Wardrobes Full Of Colourful And Outrageous Second-Hand Clothes, Cheap Make-Up, Extensive Record Collections, Their Own Extroverted Imaginations And An Urge To Dance (Not Pogo), A Collection Of Djs, Dancers And Junkshop Fashionistas Would Frequent Clubs Such As The Wag In London, Pips In Manchester And The Rum Runner In Birmingham. The Resulting Scene Would Famously Go On To Spawn Countless 80s Pop Scene Faces And Trigger What Became The New Romantic Movement. Curated With Help From London Boy-About-Town And DJ Chris Sullivan, And Featuring A Smorgasbord Of Glam Rock, Proto-Punk, Electronica, Disco, Funk And Camp 60s Curios, 'Music For New Romantics' Captures Something Of The Spirt Of A Night Out At That Remarkable, Unique Nightspot. From The Pre-Punk Rock Of Alice Cooper, Iggy And Lou Reed, Through The Futuristic Sound Of The Normal, John Foxx, New Order And Visage And Into The Imported New York Cool Of Tom Tom Club, Coati Mundi And Co, This Is A Deep Dive Into The Eclectic And Eccentric Listening Habits Of A Group Of People Determined Not To Be Swallowed By Punk's Gloomy Reflections Of British Society, And To Create A Fantastical And Improbable World All Of Their Own.