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Kim Wilde - The Singles Collection 1981-1993 (1993) Japanese Edition [Re-Up]

Kim Wilde - The Singles Collection 1981-1993 (1993) Japanese Edition
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 437 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 147 Mb | Scans ~ 35 Mb
New Wave, Hi-NRG, Dance Pop, Pop/Rock | Label: MCA Records | # MVCM-415 | 01:04:25

Kim Wilde's number one cover of the Supremes' "You Keep Me Hangin' On" gave her a number one hit back in 1987, but she gained chart life five years earlier with the glitzy bounce of "Kids in America," allied with the new decade's keyboard-laden pop sound and peaking at number 25 on Billboard's Top 40. The Singles Collection 1981-1993 is easily the most opportune avenue available to investigate the rest of Wilde's material. While video may have been her best friend throughout her career, sporting her attractive looks and modest Brit attitude, Wilde's music does contain some pleasing dance hooks and catchy melodies. "Another Step (Closer to You)" and "Love Is Holy" are bright and lively with typical yet congenial pop melodies, while "You Came" mixes a clean, keyboard-aided backdrop to Wilde's sheer vocal style. "Chequered Love" and "Water on Glass" aren't genius, but their arrant pop melodies and simplistic beats are anything but standstill.

Kim Wilde - The Very Best Of Kim Wilde (1984) Japanese Edition  Music

Posted by Designol at Nov. 1, 2017
Kim Wilde - The Very Best Of Kim Wilde (1984) Japanese Edition

Kim Wilde - The Very Best Of Kim Wilde (1984) Japanese Edition
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 439 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 184 Mb | Scans included
Pop/Rock, New Wave, Pop, Synthpop | Label: EMI | # CP21-6066 | Time: 01:02:42

The Very Best of Kim Wilde is a compilation album by Kim Wilde. The album was released in November 1984, after she left the RAK Record label. It featured tracks taken from her first three albums, the non-album singles, "Child Come Away" and "Bitter is Better" (Japan only) and a B-side ("Boys"). Japan edition featuring the Japan-only single "Bitter is Better' making it's first appearence on CD.

Kim Wilde - Close (1988) [Non-Remastered, UK Press] Re-Up  Music

Posted by Designol at March 14, 2019
Kim Wilde - Close (1988) [Non-Remastered, UK Press] Re-Up

Kim Wilde - Close (1988)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 335 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 117 Mb | Scans ~ 65 Mb
New Wave, Hi-NRG, Dance Pop, Pop/Rock | Label: MCA | # DMCG 6030 | Time: 00:51:19

Close is the sixth studio album by Kim Wilde, released in mid 1988. Produced by Ricky Wilde and Tony Swain, Close was the final album on which Marty Wilde had co-writer credits. The album is widely perceived by fans and critics (and Kim herself) as Wilde's most well-balanced, with many kinds of pop represented: dance, ballad, rock and midtempo.
Kim Wilde - Teases & Dares (1984) 2CD Remastered Expanded 2010 [Re-Up]

Kim Wilde - Teases & Dares (1984) 2CD Remastered Expanded 2010
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 891 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 295 Mb | Scans ~ 79 Mb
Pop, Hi-NRG, New Wave | Label: Cherry Pop | # CR POP D54 | Time: 02:08:50

Long overdue Deluxe 2CD revamp for Kim Wilde’s fourth studio album, originally released in 1984 and a UK National Chart No.66 hit and No.22 in Germany (No.84 in the USA Billboard Hot 100) Includes the hit singles The Touch (UK, No 50, Germany No.29 and Holland No.20), The Second Time (UK No.29, Germany No.9, Switzerland No.7, USA No. 65 and Holland No.24) and Rage To Love (UK No.19, Germany No.45) Now comes complete with an incredible 16 bonus tracks including many ultra rare 12 and Extended mixes. Alongside the original LP artwork this release includes lyrics to all the songs, sleeve-notes by Steve Thorpe and the whole thing has been overseen by Kim’s official webmaster Marcel Rijs by the fans for the fans! Totally re-mastered by Tim Turan. Kim was the Most Successful British Solo Female Artist of the 80's (17 hit singles) and in France she is known as the Bridgette Bardot of Rock.
Kim Wilde - Another Step (1986) 2CD Remastered Expanded 2010 [Re-Up]

Kim Wilde - Another Step (1986) 2CD Remastered Expanded 2010
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 1 Gb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 340 Mb | Scans ~ 218 Mb
Pop, Hi-NRG, New Wave | Label: Cherry Pop | # CR POP D55 | Time: 02:28:44

Kim Wilde’s fifth studio album originally released in 1986 finally gets the deluxe 2CD treatment courtesy of Cherry Pop Records. Features the International mega hit 'You Keep Me Hangin On' which reached No.1 in America, Canada, Australia and Norway, No.2 in the UK, Ireland and Switzerland and the Top 10 in Germany, Denmark, France and pretty much every country across Western Europe. Also includes the hit singles 'Schoolgirl', 'Say You Really Want Me' and 'Another Step'. The album itself reached No.40 in the USA, No.42 in Germany and No.73 in the UK. Now comes with 17 bonus tracks including many hard to find 12, 7, Club and Extended versions, all re-mastered by Tim Turan Again overseen by Kim’s webmaster Marcel Rijs, with in-depth liner notes by Steve Thorpe, the booklet contains lyrics to all the songs and pictures of all relevant singles and the whole package comes in its ORIGINAL LP artwork exactly what the fans have been asking for.

Kim Wilde - The Collection (2001)  Music

Posted by popsakov at July 4, 2019
Kim Wilde - The Collection (2001)

Kim Wilde - The Collection (2001)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 565 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 205 Mb
Full Scans | RAR 5% Recovery
Synth-Pop, New Wave, Pop, Pop Rock | Spectrum Music #544 469-2

The Collection is a compilation album for the new wave/dance diva best known for her 1982 hit 'Kids in America'. This collection basically sums up the second half of Kim Wilde's career. Includes 18 tracks: 'You Came', 'Never Trust a Stranger' and more.

Kim Wilde - The Best Of Kim Wilde (1996)  Music

Posted by BlondStyle at Jan. 6, 2019
Kim Wilde - The Best Of Kim Wilde (1996)

Kim Wilde - The Best Of Kim Wilde (1996)
Pop/Rock, Electronic, New Wave | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (JPEG) | 01:13:36 | 520,31 Mb
Label: Disky (EU) | Cat.# DC 867332 | Released: 1996-05-17

This 1996 compilation from Disky combines tracks from Kim Wilde's first two studio albums, out of synchronization order. In the 1980s, Kim scored more hit singles in the UK than any other British female singer. The daughter of '50s rock and roller Marty Wilde, her famous father co-wrote many of her earliest successes with Ricky, her younger brother, who served as producer. This dream-team of talent ensured that pouted Kim was in very safe hands. She began her recording career on Mickey Most's recording label RAK, and her first two studio albums, 1981's 'Kim Wilde', and 82's 'Select' are represented in full here.

Kim Wilde - Here Come The Aliens (2018)  Music

Posted by Designol at March 31, 2018
Kim Wilde - Here Come The Aliens (2018)

Kim Wilde - Here Come The Aliens (2018)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 351 Mb | Scans ~ 70 Mb | 00:49:22
Pop, Pop Rock | Label: Wildeflower/earMUSIC | # 0212742EMU

Here Come The Aliens , produced by Ricky Wilde, contains 12 brand new songs and has been recorded at RAK Studios in London - the very same studios where Kim began her career back in 1981 and recorded such seminal hits as Kids In America , Chequered Love and Cambodia . The album combines Kim s pop roots with her love for rock music, presenting great guitar riffs and drum beats. Here Come The Aliens marks another milestone in Kim Wilde s incredible career. After the album release, she will start her Here Come the Aliens world tour in the UK on March 30th, which will take her to Scandinavia, Holland and the USA in autumn 2018.

Kim Wilde - Kim Wilde (1981) [Non-Remastered] Re-Up  Music

Posted by Designol at May 28, 2017
Kim Wilde - Kim Wilde (1981) [Non-Remastered] Re-Up

Kim Wilde - Kim Wilde (1981) [Non-Remastered]
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 274 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 122 Mb | Scans included
Pop, New Wave, Pop/Rock | Label: Fame/EMI | # CD-FA 3214, CDM 7 90994 2 | 00:37:13

There's no doubt many heard Kim Wilde searching for the beat on "Kids in America," but know now that she finds it – thus, the rest of this sterling debut comes dangerously close in quality to that killer kickoff. The second cut, "Water on Glass," follows the sound from the wild streets to Wilde's brain, maintaining a high level of exuberant class. Weird staccato runs down the streets of "Our Town," while "Everything We Know" chills into an icy groove. Wilde only wants to be free in "Young Heroes," and by side two's single, "Chequered Love," she gives permission to touch her and do anything (surprising, considering her pro-pop dad and brother wrote the whole LP). Hard guitars and xylophones get physical, until horns and ska skip into "2-6-5-8-0"; by this point in the record, Wilde can pull off anything she wants, and ends up sounding like a No Doubt B-side. "You'll Never Be So Wrong" mellows the turgid tempo but not the precise passion, and she just plain gets upset in "Falling Out." From the womb to the end of "Tuning in Turning On," Kim Wilde is one excellent inaugural, one excellent chapter in the evolution of hi-NRG, and one excellent slab everyone should own.

Kim Wilde - Select (1982) [Non-Remastered] Re-Up  Music

Posted by Designol at May 30, 2017
Kim Wilde - Select (1982) [Non-Remastered] Re-Up

Kim Wilde - Select (1982) [Non-Remastered]
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 296 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 128 Mb | Scans included
Pop, New Wave, Hi-NRG, Pop/Rock | Label: EMI Electrola | # 7 92236 2 | Time: 00:40:48

Kim Wilde's second album didn't score any hits on the level of the debut's "Kids in America," although the dramatic "Cambodia" was a sort of cult favorite in some circles. That said, it's a far better album than the patchy debut; the songs, again by brother Rikki Wilde with occasional collaborations by father Marty Wilde, don't have the bubblegum tinge that colored much of 1981's Kim Wilde. The arrangements are more synth-oriented, at times approaching the dark atmospherics of Japan or Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark. The occasionally melodramatic lyrics cover topics like police brutality and paranoia – unsurprisingly, new insights aren't much in evidence – and even the love songs, like the delicate "View from a Bridge," aren't exactly happy. The overall vibe of this album is so chilly that the one basically upbeat song, "Can You Come Over," sounds really out of place, but overall, it works. Wilde sings with a clinical detachment here that suits her voice quite well; whenever Wilde tries to emote musically, the results sound forced and melodramatic, but her icy edge on this album is surprisingly appealing.