Category: Classical Rock/Progressive

Words Fell Down* - Kim Wilde - Catch As Catch Can (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Shaktizilkree says:
    Catch As Catch Can [Expanded Edition] (CD) Kim Wilde Kim Wilde [Expanded Edition] (CD) Kim Wilde Select [Expanded Edition] (CD) Original Album 1. Ego. Kim Wilde 2. Words Fell Down. Kim Wilde Words Fell Down [Original Mix] Kim Wilde 3. Action City [Instrumental Demo].
  2. Samuktilar says:
    Kim Wilde ‎– Catch As Catch Can. Label: Oasis Records (4) ‎– OET , Oasis Records (4) ‎– OET
  3. Yozshule says:
    Catch as catch can Kim’s third album, originally released in October , features the singles ‘Love blonde’ and ‘Dancing in the dark’. Reissued as an LP for the first time since the Eighties, the album is pressed on limited edition blue vinyl, remastered from fresh transfers of the original analogue tapes.
  4. Voodooran says:
    With her self-titled debut album, Kim Wilde put herself squarely at the forefront of new wave pop stars. Rather than recycle the formula that made Kim Wilde such a hit, however, she and her songwriting team of her brother and father opted to update their sound on payvefunmifanvivelobilordpotle.coinfoing the spirit of the times, the album is enveloped by an icy synth fog, making her more of a contemporary to Berlin.
  5. Kalkree says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Catch As Catch Can on Discogs. Label: RAK - 1A ,RAK - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Pop • Style: Synth-pop/5().
  6. Kat says:
    Catch as catch can Kim's third album, originally released in October , features the singles 'Love blonde' and 'Dancing in the dark'. Reissued as an LP for the first time since the Eighties, the album is pressed on limited edition blue vinyl, remastered from fresh transfers of the original analogue tapes.
  7. Mom says:
    Catch As Catch Can. Kim Wilde. 10 tracks. Released in Tracklist.
  8. Nekasa says:
    Kim Wilde's second album didn't score any hits on the level of the debut's "Kids in America," although the dramatic "Cambodia" was a sort of cult favorite in some payvefunmifanvivelobilordpotle.coinfo said, it's a far better album than the patchy debut; the songs, again by brother Rikki Wilde with occasional collaborations by father Marty Wilde, don't have the bubblegum tinge that colored much of 's Kim Wilde.

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