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Electric Light Orchestra / Olivia Newton-John - Xanadu Great Hits Vol.2 flac album
Title:

Electric Light Orchestra / Olivia Newton-John - Xanadu Great Hits Vol.2 flac album

Performer:
Electric Light Orchestra / Olivia Newton-John
Album:
Xanadu Great Hits Vol.2
Released:
Genre:
Style:
Disco, Soundtrack, Prog Rock, Ballad
MP3 archive size:
1156 mb
FLAC archive size:
1847 mb
Other formats:
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Rating:
4.1
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305

Tracklist

1 Magic
2 Suddenly
3 Dancin'
4 Suspended In Time
5 Whenever You're Away From Me
6 I'm Alive
7 The Fall
8 Don't Walk Away
9 All Over The World
10 Xanadu

Notes

Complete different artwork

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: ICD26277 CDD50995 MADE IN MEXICO

Xanadu" is the title song from the soundtrack album Xanadu, and is the title song from the 1980 film of the same name. The song is performed by the Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) and Olivia Newton-John. Newton-John sings the primary vocals, with ELO lead singer Jeff Lynne adding "parenthetic" vocals in the style of their other songs on the Xanadu soundtrack, along with ELO providing the instrumentation. It is Jeff Lynne's favourite song of all that he has written.

Xanadu is the soundtrack of the 1980 musical film of the same name, featuring the Australian singer Olivia Newton-John and the British group Electric Light Orchestra (ELO). It was released in June 1980 on MCA Records in the United States and July 1980 by Jet Records in the United Kingdom.

A-side: From the forthcoming soundtrack album "Xanadu" JETLX 526 Issued in a 'Jet Records' company sleeve. The version with the same labels and cat. in a picture sleeve is here Xanadu. Original sound recording made by Jet Holdings In. MCA Records, Inc. Jet Records are the exclusive licensees for the UK. A: ℗ 1980 JET In. MCA Records Inc. B: ℗ 1980 MCA Records Inc.

Olivia Newton-John, Electric Light Orchestra Xanadu (From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) P. I 1980. The Karaoke Channel Xanadu (In the Style of Olivia Newton-John & Electric Light Orchestra). Electric Light Orchestra & Olivia Newton-John - Xanadu (1980) I'm Alive. Electric Light Orchestra & Olivia Newton-John All Over The World.

Electric Light Orchestra & Olivia Newton John. Electric Light Orchestra & Olivia Newton John Xanadu.

Olivia Newton-John has had many greatest-hits compilations over the years. Olivia's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 was first released in 1982 (and on CD in 1988) and obviously followed Olivia Newton-John's Greatest Hits (MCA). But by that time the world had already seen two such albums. In fact, MCA released an album simply titled Greatest Hits in 1977 and then Olivia Newton-John's Greatest Hits in 1982. Those who have Xanadu, Physical, and the soundtrack to Grease basically have all the songs here, in which case they should go for the good Newton-John material they don't have. And if deciding between the two first volumes, listeners should choose the out-of-print Greatest Hits.

Olivia Newton John, Electric Light Orchestra - Xanadu - OST - UK CD album 1980. Xanadu ost - electric light orchestra - olivia newton john turkey rare turkish. Still sealed ost, xanadu electric light orchestra olivia newton john. OST XANADU 7" Japan OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN,ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA. The second low point of ELO's career was contributing to a disco soundtrack with Olivia Newton-John right in the middle of the "disco sucks" era. Although the songs ELO contributed weren't necessarily in the disco vein, they were sickly sweet while smelling of rotting cheese. Take the worst of Discovery and use them as backdrops for a film with a dreadfully stupid dialogue, a nonsensical plot, and hilariously bad acting.