8 thoughts on “ Poison Arrow - Various - New Wave: Gold (CD)

  1. Lene Lovich – New Toy – Toni Basil – Mickey – The Waitresses – I Know What Boys Like – Soft Cell – Tainted Love – The Passions – I’m In Love With A German Film Star – CD 2 ABC – Poison Arrow – Adam Ant – Goody Two Shoes – Altered Images – I.
  2. "Poison Arrow" was used in the video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City on the fictional radio station Wave In February , the song was featured in an episode of Top Gear, in which scenes of the Vauxhall Astra is being driven, with an voice over by presenter Jeremy Clarkson.
  3. Get all the lyrics to songs on Just Can’t Get Enough: New Wave Hits of the ’80s, Vol. 9 and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  4. Buddha's Poptronica series boasts a title that's a play on the prevalent term for techno in the '90s, electronica. In the early '80s, however, synth pop was often called techno -- something that the compilers of Poptronica remembered when it came time to assemble a three-disc series of synth pop hits from the '80s. Though Poptronica has a bit of a jokey title, the discs themselves are.
  5. Shoot that poison arrow to my heart Shoot that poison arrow I thought you loved me but it seems you don't care I care enough to know, I can never love you Who broke my heart? You did, you did Bow to the target Blame cupid You think you're smart That's stupid Right from the start When you knew we would part Shoot that poison arrow to my heart.
  6. "Poison Arrow" is a song by English new wave band ABC, released as the second single from their debut studio album, The Lexicon of Love (). The single was released in the United Kingdom on 5 February on 7" and 12", with the same mix appearing on both formats; however a subsequent U.S. 12" remix (also known as the "Jazz Remix") appears on several ABC compilations, and as a bonus .
  7. Start: The Best of British, a Various Artists Compilation. Released 18 July on Dino (catalog no. DINCD 92; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, New Wave.
  8. Covering 30 tracks over 2 discs, the release of 'New Wave: Gold' by Universal/Hip-O does a fair job of covering a random selection of the new wave era. This compilation not only includes material under the Universal divisions but also branches out and licenses music from other record labels, including Capitol and Sony BMG.

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