20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Wang Chung
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||Everybody Have Fun Tonight||Wang Chung||4:47||$1.29||Ver en iTunes|
||Dance Hall Days||Wang Chung||3:59||$1.29||Ver en iTunes|
||Don't Let Go||Wang Chung||4:21||$0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||Don't Be My Enemy||Wang Chung||4:22||$0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||Wait||Wang Chung||4:23||$0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||To Live and Die in L.A. (From "To Live and Die in L.A.)||Wang Chung||4:52||$1.29||Ver en iTunes|
||Hypnotize Me (From "Innerspace")||Wang Chung||4:40||$0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||Let's Go!||Wang Chung||4:28||$1.29||Ver en iTunes|
||Praying to a New God||Wang Chung||3:57||$0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||What's so Bad About Feeling Good?||Wang Chung||4:10||$0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||Space Junk (Wang Chung '97)||Wang Chung||4:00||$1.29||Ver en iTunes|
Reseña de álbum
20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Wang Chung gathers 11 of the English synth pop group's definitive songs, including their biggest hits "Everybody Have Fun Tonight," "Dance Hall Days," and "To Live and Die in LA," their last big single, 1989's "Praying to a New God," and the trip-hoppy "Space Junk," a track they recorded for the 1997 retrospective Everybody Wang Chung Tonight: Wang Chung's Greatest Hits. This compilation doesn't try to compete with the depth and breadth of Everybody Wang Chung Tonight, though it does offer several interesting album tracks like "Wait," "Don't Be My Enemy," and "Let's Go!," as well as the single "Hypnotize Me" from the Innerspace soundtrack. Overall, 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Wang Chung works as a concise time capsule of the group's best work and is ideal for casual fans.
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EVERYBODY WANG CHUNG TONIGHT!!
C'mon people! After reading that sort of small minded review up above, it makes me think that people take things wayyy too seriously. For God's sake, it was the 80's! Wang Chung, and thier songs like "Everybody Have Fun Tonight" "Dance Hall Days" "Let's Go!" were guilty pleasures one would have to admit. Who cares what VH1 says? Who the hell watches VH1 to begin with I ask of you? Like I said people take this stuff way too seriously. Everybody was grovin' to this song (Everybody Have Fun Tonight) when it came out, whether you like to admit it or not, it was a huge hit and hey! what do you care, it WAS/IS a catchy song. Once again it bears repeating "IT WAS THE 80'S!!" Groups like Wang Chung and thier music had thier 15 minutes or more of fame and that's that. Even today you can still enjoy the songs when they come on the radio or better yet, download the best of off iTunes now. Yes, it is what it is, and I'm not pretending it was anything other, than sugary, bubblegum pop, most of it was as catchy as a jingle and it was timely for it's time, but not the worst as some critics would have you believe. Anyone who has seen music/bands come and go through the years knows what I'm talking about. Peace people, and don't take this crap too, too seriously. Later
Wang Chung--Misunderstood by the small-minded
Just because the lyric "everybody wang chung tonight" has freaked out a generation doesn't mean that their body of work should be discounted! This duo delivered some of the most consistent yet varied up tempo music of the 80's. People need to jump off the consensus cultural bandwagon and open their minds. Listen to their whole body of work before turning off. Much of their best work is on their deeper cuts and not the popular pop hits.
The Ultimate Wang Chung Collection for Casual Listeners
Unless if you are a Wang Chung fanatic (such as myself), then this CD will cover the entire band's career for you in about 52 minutes. No filler, just the hits. From their first big hit in 1984, "Dance Hall Days", to their 1986 zeitgeist, "Everybody Have Fun Tonight", to their final single from 1989, "Praying to a New God", and to a new song recorded by the band in 1997, "Space Junk", this album does not fall flat. Plus, the sound is impecabble. You can virtually feel (not just hear) every strum of the guitar and the magic vocals of Jack Hues (plus Nick Feldman on "Let's Go"). If you want this soundtrack and more, I recommend buying their 1997 compilation, "Everybody Wang Chung Tonight: Wang Chung's Greatest Hits". If you still want more of the band, then either download their two studio albums ("Points on the Curve" and "To Live and Die in L.A.") here on iTunes and/or buy their studio albums from Amazon.com. and upload them to your music library. But, if you don't want to spend the money or if you are not a big fan of Wang Chung, then just buy the album. So long as you are a casual listener, then this album will suffice.
Fecha de formación: 1979
Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s