Platinum Blonde 7 Year Itch 1982 1989 (Greatest Hits) [FLAC] [h33t] Kitlope

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Name:Platinum Blonde 7 Year Itch 1982 1989 (Greatest Hits) [FLAC] [h33t] Kitlope

Total Size: 432.04 MB

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Torrent Files List

01. Platinum Blonde - It Doesn't Really Matter.flac (Size: 403.84 MB) (Files: 19)

 01. Platinum Blonde - It Doesn't Really Matter.flac

28.75 MB

 02. Platinum Blonde - Holy Water.flac

24.38 MB

 03. Platinum Blonde - Automatic Drive.flac

28.26 MB

 04. Platinum Blonde - Animal.flac

31.89 MB

 05. Platinum Blonde - Not in Love.flac

28.30 MB

 06. Platinum Blonde - Sad Sad Rain.flac

26.26 MB

 07. Platinum Blonde - Crying Over You.flac

27.97 MB

 08. Platinum Blonde - Contact.flac

29.47 MB

 09. Platinum Blonde - Chaperone Sally.flac

26.94 MB

 11. Platinum Blonde - All Fall Down.flac

28.47 MB

 12. Platinum Blonde - Lost in Space.flac

29.29 MB

 13. Platinum Blonde - Situation Critical.flac

26.31 MB

 14. Platinum Blonde - Standing in The Dark.flac

22.62 MB

 15. Platinum Blonde - Hungry Eyes.flac

32.57 MB

 16. Platinum Blonde - Cinderella Story.flac

12.34 MB

 Platinum Blonde - Seven Year Itch 1982 - 1989.log

6.81 KB

 Platinum Blonde - Seven Year Itch 1982 - 1989.m3u

1.40 KB

 Seven Year Itch 1982 - 1989.cue

2.59 KB


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Torrent description

File Type: FLAC Compression 6
Cd recorder: Plextor PX-716SA
Cd Ripper: Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 4
EAC Log: Yes
EAC Cue Sheet: Yes
Torrent Hash: 41B2E65505E3FAC94CA5538A7D7E653D215E9E48
File Size: 432 Mb
Year: 1999
Label: CBS Records

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From Wiki:

Platinum Blonde was a Canadian New Wave group in the 1980s. The band originally consisted of Manchester-born ex-pat Mark Holmes (vocals, bass), Sergio Galli (guitar) and Chris Steffler (drums). Scottish musician Kenny MacLean later joined the group. The name of the band was inspired by the 1931 Jean Harlow movie Platinum Blonde. They were known also for their stylish glam rock-like appearance dressing in pastel colour outfits and their music videos.

In 1983, with the release of the album Standing in the Dark, the band invaded the airwaves in Canada with four hit singles, a double platinum album, and two Juno (Canada's national music awards) nominated songs: "Standing in the Dark" and "It Doesn't Really Matter". Their music videos were placed into high rotation on the newly created Much Music, Canada's national music video network. Within months some were calling Platinum Blonde "Canada's Duran Duran" because of their similar glamorous image and cutting-edge, futuristic New Wave videos. Lyrics in their early hits dealt with political themes, such as police state repression (It Doesn't Really Matter) and nuclear war (Standing in the Dark). The Standing in the Dark video was more overt in its political overtones, with the central setting being a war situation room, presumably on the verge of a nuclear war, that is eventually stormed by a group of civilians.

In 1985, the band released a second album called Alien Shores, featuring the addition of a fourth member, Kenny MacLean. "Alien Shores" went quintuple platinum, the group's high-water mark of success. Hits from the second album included "Situation Critical", "Crying Over You", "Somebody Somewhere", and "Hungry Eyes".

The band's next album, Contact, though an unsuccessful breakthrough attempt in the United States, was still a hit in Canada in 1988, going platinum (though just barely). The title track charted well, and the video for "Fire" grabbed attention by featuring the Canadian pop duo Tu as back-up singers.

Renaming themselves "The Blondes" for their last release, 1990's Yeah Yeah Yeah, the group switched to their own label, "Justin Entertainment". By 1991 the effort was deemed a failure and the band decided to venture into solo projects.

Mark Holmes went on to an acting career, appearing as guitarist Quinn Quinley in Eddie and the Cruisers II: Eddie Lives!. The entire group had also appeared as alien bikers in the 1988 episode Eye for an Eye of the television series War of the Worlds. Holmes played the aliens' leader, Red.

In 1999 and 2001, Mark Holmes toured again with Dave Barrett and Sasha Tukatch to promote the release of Seven Year Itch: 1982-1989, a Platinum Blonde best-of compilation.

Rumors of a reunion of the original band, and possibly some new material, have continued to swirl. As of July, 2006, the band has played a few charity concerts only. A DVD video compilation entitled Platinum Blonde: The Complete DVD Collection which was originally scheduled for release in 2005 has now been shelved for more production. According to the band's official website, the compilation consists of nine music videos as well as several bonus features.


It Doesn’t Really Matter
Holy Water
Automatic Drive
Not In Love
Sad Sad Rain
Crying Over You
Chaperone Sally
Somebody Somewhere
All Fall Down
Lost in Space
Situation Critical
Standing in the Dark
Hungry Eyes

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