Monday, February 13, 2017

Best of 1987- The Album List

Time to roll with the 1987 Albums campaign! Another interesting year which was still sort of a crossover year in which some music styles from the first half of the decade started to transform into new genres raising new musical opportunities and opening stages for new kids.
This year was also a quite an innovative one, MTV Europe was launched, "I Wanna Dance with Somebody" is the first single being released on CD and the cassette tape was becoming more and more popular.
As for the synthpop, Ersaure and Pet Shop Boys were still keeping the mainstream afloat with it as were the the pop hits form the emerging Stock Atiken Watermen pop factory. Rick Astley's single "Never Gonna Give You up", became the best selling single of the year.
As for the other music tendencies, House music was growing slowly and taking over the danclefloors. On the different side indie pop/rock was in bloom giving more diverse and alternative forms.
Kate Bush and Peter Gabriel were honored the Brit Awards for best male and female.

As in every year, we would kindly ask you to submit your top ten albums and as always we are offering the selection of albums to ease the process.

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44.Curiosity Killed the Cat- Keep Your Distance
45. Bryan Ferry- Bête Noire
46. Mick Karn- Dreams of Reason Produce Monsters
47. Wire- Ideal Copy
48. ABC- Alphabet City
49. Bruce Springsteen- Tunnel of Love
50. Lloyd Cole And The Commotions ‎– Mainstream