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  • Performer: Blank & Jones
  • Album: So80s (Soeighties) 9
  • MP3: 1700 mb | FLAC/APE: 1348 mb | WMA: 1457 mb
  • Released: 2015
  • Country: Europe
  • Style: New Wave, Europop, Synth-pop
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 311
  • Format: MMF MP4 VQF MP3 MOD VOX MP1
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Tracklist Hide Credits

67:41 Unmixed Compiled By Blank & Jones
1-01 John Waite Missing You (Extended Version)
Remix – John Luongo
1-02 Fleetwood Mac Little Lies (12" Version)
Remix – Jellybean*
1-03 Gino Vannelli Wild Horses (Remix) 6:22
1-04 The Kane Gang Closest Thing To Heaven (Full Version) 5:03
1-05 Latin Quarter Radio Africa (Extended Version) 6:32
1-06 Sade Paradise (Extended Remix) 5:34
1-07 Simply Red Money’s Too Tight (To Mention) (12" Version) 6:13
1-08 The Cars Hello Again (Remix Version)
Remix – Arthur Baker
1-09 Madness Our House (Special Remix - Extended Dance Version)
Remix – Mark Kamins
1-10 Fox The Fox Precious Little Diamond (Dub)
Remix – Shep Pettibone
1-11 Debbie Harry* French Kissin’ In The USA (Dance Mix)
Remix – The Latin Rascals
64:24 Unmixed Compiled By Blank & Jones
2-01 The Cure Pictures Of You (Extended Re-Mix) 8:06
2-02 Steve Jones Mercy (Long Version) 5:03
2-03 Ellis, Beggs & Howard Big Bubbles, No Troubles (Final Mix) 9:04
2-04 Georgie Red Help The Man (Save Ya Mix) 7:18
2-05 Seona Dancing More To Lose (Extended Mix) 6:05
2-06 Animotion Obsession (Dance Mix) 6:00
2-07 Duran Duran All She Wants Is (US Master Dub)
Remix – Shep Pettibone
2-08 Matthew Wilder Break My Stride (Remix/Club Version) 5:04
2-09 Joe Cocker You Can Leave Your Hat On (Extended Dressed Mix) 6:21
2-10 Al Jarreau Moonlighting (Extended Remix) 4:17
73:11 Unmixed Compiled By Blank & Jones
3-01 Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force Planet Rock (Long Version)
Remix – Arthur Baker
3-02 Paul Hardcastle 19 (The Final Story) 8:33
3-03 Ultravox One Small Day (US Club Mix)
Remix – François Kevorkian
3-04 Jimmy Cliff Treat The Youths Right (Special Mix)
Remix – François Kevorkian
3-05 Boulevard Rainy Day In London (Full Length Version) 4:22
3-06 Spagna* Call Me (Special Viva Mix) 5:41
3-07 Glen Goldsmith Dreaming (Extended Dance Mix) 6:07
3-08 New Order Touched By The Hand Of Dub 5:33
3-09 Saâda Bonaire Invitation (Full Length Version) 5:24
3-10 Yello Live At The Roxy, N.Y. Dec.’83 15:03

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Soundcolours GmbH & Co. KG
  • Copyright (c) – Soundcolours GmbH & Co. KG


  • Liner Notes – Piet & Jaspa*
  • Presenter, Compiled By [Unmixed Compiled By] – Blank & Jones

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 814281010425
  • Barcode (Text): 8 14281 01042 5
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): so80s9 - CD1 - www.soundcloud.com
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI LYZZ
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI CO5
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 Scratched By XXXX XXXX): IFPI 00010
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): so80s9 - CD2 - www.soundcloud.com
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI LYZZ
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): none
  • Matrix / Runout (CD3): so80s9 - CD3 - www.soundcloud.com
  • Mastering SID Code (CD3): IFPI LYZZ
  • Mould SID Code (CD3): IFPI CO5
  • Mould SID Code (CD3 Scratched By XXXX XXXX): IFPI 00019
  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 15651

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Blank & Jones So80s (Soeighties) 9 ‎(31xFile, FLAC, Comp) Soundcolours none Europe 2015
Picked a copy of this up for cheap at a record fair a few weeks ago, gave it a spin, didn't have high expectations as it was a 21st century release, and yep, same ol same ol brickwalled garbage. Can't get away from this loudness war. Wanted to hear the extended version of the Cars "hello", but it's squashed as all hell and unlistenable. Too many nutters in the record industry today who know nothing about sound physics and dynamics. Looking at the waves in Sound Forge, each drum beat should look like a diamond with a natural decay, but because it's been pissed over so hard, each of the beats in the waveform visually look like a triangle. When listening to the flacs on my sennheiser headphones, each drum beat is like an explosion to the ear, it's just bloody awful.
Compared to So80s 8, this one is a step behind in sound quality. In the previous compilation of this series they said that they had worked in the loudness war, and they made a nice job to fix that issue. Unfortunately, in the ninth volume we can see (again) a lot of overly compressed tracks. DR9 to DR11 are the most with poor RMS values, so you have to turn down the volume of your amplifier if you don't want to get deaf, just the same highly criticised sympthoms they showed in the previous volumes before the number 8. As a result of this the sound is agressive, lacks transparency and has equalisation issues as people have mentioned in Paul Hardcastle's "19 (The Final Story)". The key is not just using mastertapes, but how you work with them!! I hope they can correct these issues in the forthcoming volume 10.
+ pcf they used a master tape for 19, they displayed it on their Facebook timeline few weeks before the official release of the CD. I even pressed "like" on it, because like many fans, I've been waiting for the release of that mix in its full length for quite sometime, however, I really don't know what has happened somehow they managed to ruin it or maybe the master tape was damaged. We need explanation from them.Cheers.
that's Obviously a vinyl and clearly not a master tape.
Because of the track 'More To Lose' of the band Seona Dancing, a track that was very popular in the Philippines but made it nowhere else in the 80s, this 9th volume is my favorite. It has indeed a lot of rare extended tracks. Very happy with this one! No mixed versions, just unmixed as I think we don't need more mixes of the 80s when the 80s themselves offer so much of that.Some tracks truly are nowhere else on cd but here (as far as I could see in my collection), like Duran Duran and New Order dub versions. I did not listen to the Paul Hardcastle song since I have enough master of that, so the dubious quality (according to some reviews) did not bother me.Truly great initiative this series, like Dance Classics of Rodeo Media and the Ben Liebrand verions. Hope it will be continued!
It's strange that they used a vinyl source for "19 (The Final Story)" (and then processed it too much), since it already exists digitally:http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0013F22LG/ref=dm_ws_sp_ps_dpI mean, it's on Spotify - surely they could have gotten a clean master from Chrysalis or Hardcastle.
Another good compilation from Blank & Jones, but I do agree with Rock Ranger's comment about Paul Hardcastle's "19 (The Final Story)".My only other gripe is about the following track, Ultravox's "One Small Day (US Club Mix)"... After hearing of it's existence back in my youth, I've been waiting over 30 years to hear this version and being an Ultravox groupie it was one of the major reasons for buying this compilation; so I pre-ordered it and waited with eager anticipation... When it finally arrived, "One Small Day" was the first track I listened to and I felt like it was a bit of an anti-climax.This version of "One Small Day" is not a bad track, but it's not great either, and like the previous song, "19", the two major drum attacks in the latter half of the song sound barely audible. I don't know if that was deliberately intentional or not (you can never tell with some remixes), but in my opinion it doesn't compliment the song.All that said, the compilation as a whole is great and is a nice addition to all the other "So80s" compilations that I own. Also, I'm glad Blank & Jones kept the first CD unmixed like their previous release; I never saw the inspiration for the DJ mixed versions on the first 7 compilations... I look forward to future releases.
On my edition of Ultravox's "Extended Ultravox" that version of "One Small Day" is from the original UK & European 12" Single release known as the "Special Re-Mix". It's NOT the "US Club Mix" !!!
You can find this track (like all other their tracks) in this release: http://www.discogs.com/Ultravox-Extended-Ultravox/release/234993.
Got my copy today, after stepping thru the tracks I noticed that the master of 19 (The Final Story) has been messed up unfortunataly. It sounds heavily filtered so the Attack of the 808 Bass Drum is barely hearable.Just compared it to my 12" which sounds much better.This is very sad as the rest of the compilation seems to be fine. Have all of the 9 Sets plus most of the others...
Indeed, the sound of this track is what is fast becoming a scourge in vinyl transfers. Someone blindly applied a declicker plug-in to the whole file and didn't notice that they utterly killed the percussion attacks. TR-808 kicks and hats are severely affected. The same kind of thing happened on '90s CDs with the horrible CEDAR system. What's sad is it is not that hard to "manually" declick the sections of audio in between each percussion hit; it just takes time. When I rip vinyl it takes about an hour to clean up about 20 minutes of music. I don't understand why people who are supposedly expert engineers cannot do as well as amateurs in this regard.
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