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The Gold Collection

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Download links and information about The Gold Collection by Kim Wilde. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, New Wave, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:17:15 minutes.

Artist: Kim Wilde
Release date: 1996
Genre: Electronica, Rock, New Wave, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:17:15
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Kids In America 3:26
2. Chequered Love 3:21
3. Water On Glass 3:29
4. Everything We Know 3:42
5. Young Heroes 3:15
6. 2 6 5 8 0 3:11
7. You'll Never Be So Wrong 4:11
8. Falling Out 4:03
9. Tuning In Tuning On 4:24
10. Ego 4:10
11. View From a Bridge 3:30
12. Words Fell Down 3:31
13. Action City 3:21
14. Just a Feeling 4:08
15. Chaos At the Airport 3:18
16. Take Me Tonight 3:52
17. Can You Come Over 3:35
18. Wendy Said 3:47
19. Our Town 3:47
20. Cambodia (Reprise) 7:14

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Those who are into irony have to appreciate the fact that Kim Wilde, England's top female pop-rocker of the 1980s, enjoyed her first major hit with the anthemic "Kids in America" — for someone who was born and raised in the U.K., she sang quite convincingly about American youth. But Wilde had a lot more than a taste for the ironic going for her in the early to mid-1980s; the singer was very much in her prime when the recordings on this CD came out in 1981 and 1982. At the time, Wilde's forte was synthesizer-minded new wave — an approach that serves her well on "Kids in America," "Water on Glass," "View from a Bridge" and other melodic yet exuberant hits found on Greatest Hits. Other high points of this collection, which EMI put out in 1996, range from the ska-influenced "2-6-5-8-0" to the angry "Ego" and the gutsy "Words Fell Down." As much as Greatest Hits has going for it, however, it's far from the last word on Wilde; essential hits like "Love Blonde" and "Child Gone Away" are missing. Nonetheless, Greatest Hits can serve as a rewarding introduction to her Rak output of the early 1980s.