Saturday, 7 February 2015

CAFE SOCIETY - The Maxis Collection [Greatest Hits] (Album) Hi-NRG Italo Disco Eurobeat Electro Dance 80s [expanded edition] 2015


TRACKLISTING
1. SOMEBODY TO LOVE (EXTENDED VERSION) 7:18
2. I'M ON THE LOOSE (EXTENDED VERSION) 6:42
3. TAKE ME (EXTENDED VERSION) 5:26
4. RELIGHT MY FIRE (EXTENDED VERSION) 8:05
5. WOODPECKERS FROM SPACE (EXTENDED VERSION) 7:07
6. KNIGHT RIDER (EXTENDED VERSION) 6:56
7. SO MUCH IN LOVE (EXTENDED VERSION) 6:54
08. I'M ON THE LOOSE (ORIGINAL FULL LENGTH LP VERSION)
09. WOODPECKERS FROM SPACE (LP VERSION)
10. SOMEBODY TO LOVE (FABRICE POTEC BOOTLEG REMIX)
11. I'M ON THE LOOSE (ABEAT EDIT) [NEW BEATS REMIX]
 


Café Society, a mostly studio band, were one of the most successful white South African acts of the mid-80's. The band, featuring Julia Jade Aston of the defunct Working Girls, is the brainwave of multi-instrumentalist singer and producer Costa Anadiotis, formerly of Fantasy, once one of Johannesburg's foremost club dance rock bands.
(Top 40 magazine, September 1985)
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℗ © 1985 Principal Record Company (South Africa)

RETRO DISCO Hi-NRG

10 comments:

  1. Thanks,this is great...Do you have maybe Morris Day - Are You Ready (Minneapolis Mix)or all version on maxi single?
    Thanks

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  2. Well, how 'bout that? Nice to see my old magazine scans turning up in all sorts of places ;)

    PS: Thanks for the downloads -- plenty of memories.

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  3. Muchisimas gracias por este material de Oro, Felicidades Retro. Desde Mexico.

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  4. Vaya link perdido.. favor resubirlo..

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  5. UPGRADE from x5 to x7 tracks today + NEW LINK :)

    Enjoy!

    RETRO DISCO

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  6. Could you please repost this? Your mediafire account has been suspended. :(
    Cafe Society performed the best version of "Relight My Fire" (in my opinion). I would love to hear more of their music!

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  7. The Cafe Society version of Jefferson Airplane's 'Somebody To Love' is just epic, I had no idea they were South African but it explains that masterful disco-rock crossover sound that seems to have been perfected in South Africa in the late 70s, early 80s.

    Very sorry to hear about your Mediafire account getting suspended and very worried as I use it myself.

    I am sure you are going to get a deluge of "repost" requests so I am putting my own in early!

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  8. EXPANDED VERSION (now 11 tracks) + NEW LINK added

    Enjoy Retro x

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