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9 thoughts on “ Love Action (I Believe In Love) - Various - Electric - High Voltage Hits From The 80s (CD) ”

  1. Feb 11,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Hard Times/Love Action (I Believe in Love) · The Human League Dare/Fascination! ℗ Virgin Records Ltd .
  2. Check out I Love 80's Hits - All the Best Eighties Hits You've Always Loved by 80s Chartstarz on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on
  3. Jan 28,  · Pure 80’s Love is the mellow volume of the series, though being the 80’s some of the love songs are power ballads. In fact the collection begins and ends with the bigger, uptempo numbers while having a very soft center/5().
  4. 16 track collection of love songs with a decidedly 80's twist for lovers of freestyle, dance and soulful pop music. Featured artists are freestyle stars Stevie B, Meg, L'Trimm, Connie, Trinere and Left Lane alongside the soul pop of Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, Joanna Gardner and Major Harris - joined with the dance pop of 80's stars Company B, Cashmere, Veronica Underwood and more.
  5. The song is titled after Lou Reed's Rock and Roll Heart track "I Believe in Love". The lyric, "I believe what the old man said", is also a reference the former Velvet Underground singer. Oakey, speaking to Smash Hits in said, "no one ever asks me who the old man is it's Lou (Reed).".
  6. The best disco songs ever were largely produced by Giorgio Moroder, so it's only fitting for the Italian legend to be the one to pick them. Billboard Dance reached out to disco's greatest producer.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about I Love Music - It's Electric at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection.
  8. The Official BBC Album of the Royal Wedding – Various Artists (2) Time – Electric Light Orchestra (2) Dead Ringer – Meat Loaf (2) Abacab – Genesis (2) Ghost in the Machine – The Police (3) Dare – The Human League (1) Shaky – Shakin' Stevens (1) Greatest Hits – Queen (4) Chart Hits '81 – Various Artists (1) The Visitors.
  9. "I Love the 80s" came about thanks to a BBC series of the same name that aired in The success of the show would encourage VH1 to produce two other series based on the '70s and '90s decades that aired around that same time. The '80s series would also spawn two sequels, "I Love the 80s Strike Back" and "I Love the 80s 3-D".

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