72 Songs, 4 Hours, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

New Wave’s electronic innovations bathed the ‘80s in sparkles. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the bright, ebullient synth-pop of a-ha’s “Take On Me” or the punchy digital textures of Scritti Politti’s “Perfect Way.” Even rock fell under technology’s sway: Prog titans Yes turned out a wildly futuristic sound on “Owner of a Lonely Heart,” while The Cars swapped guitars for lush keys on the slow-dance classic “Drive.” Los Lobos’ “La Bamba,” on the other hand, saluted the old-fashioned roots of rock ‘n’ roll.

EDITORS’ NOTES

New Wave’s electronic innovations bathed the ‘80s in sparkles. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the bright, ebullient synth-pop of a-ha’s “Take On Me” or the punchy digital textures of Scritti Politti’s “Perfect Way.” Even rock fell under technology’s sway: Prog titans Yes turned out a wildly futuristic sound on “Owner of a Lonely Heart,” while The Cars swapped guitars for lush keys on the slow-dance classic “Drive.” Los Lobos’ “La Bamba,” on the other hand, saluted the old-fashioned roots of rock ‘n’ roll.

TITLE TIME
1 3:58
2 3:46
3 4:14
4 4:59
4:47
6 3:45
7 3:29
8 3:57
9 3:24
10 3:57
11 4:02
12 3:23
13 3:17
14 2:37
15 3:57
16 5:37
3:35
18 3:42
19 3:52
3:25
21 3:30
5:46
4:51
4:16
25 2:56
26 3:40
3:02
4:27
29 3:21
30 3:23
3:49
3:05
33 4:19
34 3:55
2:42
36 3:26
37 4:19
38 3:56
4:55
40 5:37
41 3:42
42 3:58
4:26
44 3:31
3:31
4:12
3:33
3:33
49 4:20
50 3:30
51 4:05
52 4:45
2:54
54 3:36
55 3:48
56 4:10
57 3:49
3:39
3:53
60 2:45
61 3:13
3:35
5:13
64 3:42
65 3:39
3:34
67 4:03
68 3:49
69 3:51
3:54
71 3:52
4:51

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