1980s album stubs

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  1. A Salt With A Deadly Pepa

    A Salt With A Deadly Pepa (1988)


    A Salt With A Deadly Pepa is the second album by female rap trio Salt-N-Pepa, released on Next Plateau Records. The album was certified gold in America, reaching #38 on the Billboard 200 and #8 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Album charts. The album spawned three singles, the top ten R&B hit and moderate popular hit "Shake Your Thang"; the top twenty R&B hit "Get Up Everybody (Get Up)"; and "Twist And Shout", a major pop hit in the UK, hitting #4 in that country. "Get Up Everybody (Get Up)" was sampled without permission for "Wonderland (UKS Mix)" in Dance Dance Revolution Extreme.

  2. Power

    Power (1988)


    Power is the second studio album by American rapper Ice-T. The album was released on September 13, 1988, by Sire Records and Warner Bros. Records. The album produced the single and video "I'm Your Pusher," which got Ice-T major air-play on MTV.

  3. Attitudes

    Attitudes (2002)


    Attitudes is the seventeenth solo album by Greek singer Demis Roussos, released in 1982.

  4. And Once Again

    And Once Again (1980)


    And Once Again is the fifteenth studio album by American soul musician Isaac Hayes. The album was released in 1980, by Polydor Records. The album debuted at number 59 on the Billboard 200.

  5. Back in Black

    Back in Black (1986)


    Back in Black, released in 1986, was the third album by American hip hop group Whodini. The album spawned three singles: "Funky Beat", "Growing Up", and "One Love", which was sampled in E-40's song "1-Luv" featuring Levitti, taken from his 1995 album In a Major Way. The album was certified platinum by RIAA.

  6. D.I.S.C.O.

    D.I.S.C.O. (2005)


    D.I.S.C.O. is the 1980 debut album by the pop music duo Ottawan. It includes the single D.I.S.C.O..

  7. An-old Fashioned Christmas

    An-old Fashioned Christmas (2009)


    An Old-Fashioned Christmas is a Christmas album from The Carpenters, released in 1984 after the death of singer/drummer Karen Carpenter.

  8. Soul Survivor

    Soul Survivor (1987)


    Soul Survivor is a Gospel album by Al Green released in 1987.

  9. Boys Will Be Boys

    Boys Will Be Boys (1984)


    Boys Will Be Boys is a 1984 album by English musician Gary Glitter. It features two top 30 hits: "Dance Me Up" and "Another Rock 'n' Roll Christmas". It was the first album released by Glitter since Silver Star seven years earlier. It is the only studio album of Glitter's never released on CD.

  10. Hot Cool & Vicious

    Hot Cool & Vicious (1986)


    Hot, Cool, & Vicious is the 1986 debut album by American rap group Salt-n-Pepa. Released by Next Plateau Records on December 8, 1986, It was one of the first albums to be released by an all-female rap group. Hot, Cool, & Vicious also became the first album by a female rap act to attain gold and platinum status in America.

  11. Rhyme Pays

    Rhyme Pays (1987)


    Rhyme Pays is the debut studio album by American rapper Ice-T. The album was released on July 28, 1987, by Sire Records and Warner Bros. Records.

  12. Celebrate!

    Celebrate! (1980)


    Celebrate! is the twelfth studio album by R&B/funk band, Kool & the Gang. Released in 1980, the album reached #1 on the US R&B chart and #10 on the Billboard 200. The album produced perhaps Kool & The Gang's most recognizable hit song, the #1 chart-topper, "Celebration", which still receives heavy play today over three decades later.

  13. Hard Reyne

    Hard Reyne (2014)


    Hard Reyne is the second solo album by Australian singer/songwriter James Reyne. It was released in 1989 on EMI.

  14. Me Myself I

    Me Myself I (2010)


    Me Myself I is an album by Joan Armatrading. Released in 1980, the album was Armatrading's highest ever chart placing both in the UK (no.5) and in the US (no.28). In Australia, the album peaked at no.13. It was certified "Gold" in the UK by the BPI in July 1980.

  15. Baby Beluga

    Baby Beluga (1980)


    Baby Beluga is a children's music album by children's entertainer Raffi, released in 1980. The title track was inspired by Kavna, a beluga whale that Raffi saw at the Vancouver Aquarium in Vancouver, BC, and is considered by many to be his greatest hit.

  16. Caught You

    Caught You (1905)


    Caught You is a roots reggae album released by Steel Pulse in 1980. It is Steel Pulse's third studio album. It was released in the United States as Reggae Fever.

  17. As One

    As One (1982)


    As One is the fourteenth studio album by the funk band Kool and the Gang, released in 1982. The album did not yield any #1 singles, but the song "Let's Go Dancin'" (~4:00) did make the top ten, peaking at #7 on the U.S. R&B chart and #6 on the UK Singles Chart.

  18. 20/20

    20/20 (1985)


    20/20 is a studio album by George Benson, released on the Warner Bros. record label in 1985. The lead single by the same name reached #48 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA. "You Are the Love of My Life" was a duet with Roberta Flack; it was one of numerous songs used for Eden Capwell and Cruz Castillo on the American soap opera Santa Barbara. Also included on 20/20 is the original version of the song "Nothing's Gonna Change My Love for You" which would later become a smash hit for Hawaiian singer Glenn Medeiros.

  19. Zärtlichkeiten

    Zärtlichkeiten (1987)


    Zartlichkeiten is a 1981 album by Julio Iglesias.

  20. Corrida



    Corrida is the sixth album released by German disco group Dschinghis Khan in 1983.

  21. Lifetime Thing

    Lifetime Thing (1981)


    Lifetime Thing is the sixteenth studio album by American soul musician Isaac Hayes. The album was released in 1981, by Polydor Records.

  22. Hey!

    Hey! (1995)


    Hey! is an album by Julio Iglesias. It was released in 1980 by Columbia Records. The album hit number one worldwide, and sales of the Spanish version purportedly surpassed 20 million. In 1981, Iglesias was nominated for a Grammy Award for the album under the Latin Pop Album category.

  23. Looking for Freedom

    Looking for Freedom (1989)


    Looking for Freedom is an album by David Hasselhoff released on 21 June 1989. It contained Hasselhoff's biggest hit "Looking for Freedom" and top hits "Is Everybody Happy" and "Flying on the Wings of Tenderness". The album was arranged by Jerry Rix, Jürgen Ehlers, Michael Boddicker and Uve Schikora and it was the best selling album of the year in Germany. The same year Hasselhoff was the best selling artist in Germany.

  24. Walking With a Panther

    Walking With a Panther (1989)


    Walking with a Panther is the third studio album by American hip-hop artist LL Cool J, released June 9, 1989, on Def Jam Recordings. While his previous album Bigger and Deffer (1987) was produced by The L.A. Posse, Dwayne Simon was the only member left of the group willing to work on Walking with a Panther, as other members, such as Bobby "Bobcat" Erving, wanted a higher pay after realizing how much of a success the previous album had become. Def Jam, however, refused to change the contract which caused the L.A. Posse to leave. Walking with a Panther was primarily produced by L.L. Cool J and Dwayne Simon, with additional production from Rick Rubin and Public Enemy's production team, The Bomb Squad.

  25. I'll Rise Again

    I'll Rise Again (1983)


    I'll Rise Again is a gospel album by Al Green, released in 1983.

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