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WILDE, DANNY - The Boyfriend (digitally remastered)

WILDE, DANNY - The Boyfriend (digitally remastered)

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US singer and songwriter Danny Wilde began his career during the mid 70s in Los Angeles as a founding member of the power pop band The Quick which only released one album „Mondo Deco“ (1976). Short after Danny landed in another LA power pop outfit called Great Buildings, where he first met his later Rembrandts partner Phil Solem. GB released two albums „Apart From The Crowd“ (1981) and „Extra Epic Everything“ (1982) before splitting up. He got signed by Island Records for his solo debut „The Boyfriend“ (1986), a superb slice of classy mid 80s AOR next to Bryan Adams, Glen Burtnick and Jude Cole. First time ever on CD this is simply a must have for every serious AOR collector ! Bad Reputation records re-issue.

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US singer and songwriter Danny Wilde began his career during the mid 70s in Los Angeles as a founding member of the power pop band The Quick which only released one album „Mondo Deco“ (1976). Short after Danny landed in another LA power pop outfit called Great Buildings, where he first met his later Rembrandts partner Phil Solem. GB released two albums „Apart From The Crowd“ (1981) and „Extra Epic Everything“ (1982) before splitting up. He got signed by Island Records for his solo debut „The Boyfriend“ (1986), a superb slice of classy mid 80s AOR next to Bryan Adams, Glen Burtnick and Jude Cole. First time ever on CD this is simply a must have for every serious AOR collector ! Bad Reputation records re-issue. Tracklist: 1.ISN’T IT ENOUGH . 2BODY TO BODY 3. RESTLESS HEART 4. ANGEL (THIS MUST BE HEAVEN) 5. HOLD OUT FOR ME 6. THE SOUND OF MY HEART BREAKING 7. KATHERINE 8. HE CAN HAVE YOU 9. CRIMINAL MIND 10. THE BOYFRIEND

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