Nik Kershaw - Collected (Blk) [Limited Edition] [180 Gram] (Numb) (Hol) | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. I Won't Let the Sun Go Down on Me
2. Wouldn't It Be Good
3. Dancing Girls
4. Dark Glasses
5. The Riddle
6. Wide Boy
7. Don Quixote
8. When a Heart Beats
9. Nobody Knows
10. Radio Musicola
11. James Cagney
12. One Step Ahead
13. Elisabeth's Eyes
14. One World
15. Somebody Loves You
16. What Do You Think of It So Far?
17. Billy
18. Wounded
19. One Day
20. Oh You Beautiful Thing
21. Can't Get Arrested
22. Lost in You
23. Love Conquers All (Feat. Kim Wilde)
24. The Sky's the Limit (Robbie Bronniman Mix)
25. You're the Best
26. The Wind Will Blow
27. I Won't Let the Sun Go Down on Me (Extended Version)
28. Wouldn't It Be Good (Special Extended Remix)
29. Dancing Girls (Special Extended Version)
30. Human Racing (Extended 12" Mix)
31. The Riddle (Extended Riddle)
32. Wide Boy (Extended Version)
33. Don Quixote (Extra Special Long Mix)
34. When a Heart Beats (Extended Mix)

More Info:

Exclusive 3LP edition including third bonus LP featuring eight 12" versions strictly limited to 1000 individually numbered copies on black vinyl. Nik Kershaw came to prominence after releasing his solo debut album Human Racing in February 1984, Kershaw's career went into hyper overdrive. He released eight singles that entered the Top 40 of the UK Singles Chart during the decade, including "Wouldn't It Be Good", "Dancing Girls", "I Won't Let the Sun Go Down on Me", "Human Racing", "The Riddle", "Wide Boy", "Don Quixote" and "When a Heart Beats". Kershaw follow-up album The Riddle came out only nine months later and he appeared at the dual-venue concert Live Aid in 1985.