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Seven Year Itch: 1982-1989


Download links and information about Seven Year Itch: 1982-1989 by Platinum Blonde. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 59:42 minutes.

Artist: Platinum Blonde
Release date: 1999
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 16
Duration: 59:42
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No. Title Length
1. Doesn't Really Matter 4:03
2. Holy Water 3:14
3. Automatic Drive 3:47
4. Animal 4:11
5. Not In Love 4:04
6. Sad Sad Rain 3:49
7. Crying Over You 3:36
8. Contact 3:57
9. Chaperone Sally 3:34
10. Somebody Somewhere 4:05
11. All Fall Down 4:14
12. Lost In Space 4:03
13. Situation Critical 3:27
14. Standing In the Dark 3:17
15. Hungry Eyes 4:28
16. Cinderella Story 1:53



Fueled by a mingling of new wave and rock and doused with the sounds of keyboards and electronic drums, Toronto's Platinum Blondes scorched '80s radio in Canada, at times neck and neck with Bryan Adams in popularity. Their debut album, 1984's Standing in the Dark, posted four strong singles, looking and sometimes sounding like Duran Duran but distinct enough to gain a modest crowd following in their country. Seven Year Itch is a greatest-hits package that covers all of their singles, and is the only material that's available from Platinum Blonde on CD. The cuts from their first album are the sturdiest, especially both "Standing in the Dark" and "Doesn't Really Matter," each brimming with '80s rock spiritedness, even if their cold war threats are outdated. Alien Shores, from 1985, gave them a number-one hit on the Canadian charts with "Crying Over You," which also put the album in the number-one spot for a week. "Somebody Somewhere" and "Hungry Eyes" had the band sounding less edgy and more polished, caught in limbo during a rapidly changing music scene. The three songs from their last album, the uninspired and flavorless Contact release from 1987, represents a last-ditch effort at maintaining their survival with the band trying to push their formula, only coming off weak and overly thin. Not only is Seven Year Itch the only source of Platinum Blonde that's out there, it's also a worthy summation of their five year existence.