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Arabesque - Discography - 1978-2008, FLAC (Vinyl Rip) / AAC

12-02-2016, 15:51
Pop | Discography | Disco | FLAC / APE

Title: Discography
Year Of Release: 1978-2008
Label: RCA/Victor
Genre: Euro disco
Quality: FLAC / AAC
Total Time: 23:33:27
Total Size: 10,81 / 3,51 Gb

Arabesque - Discography - 1978-2008, FLAC  (Vinyl Rip) / AAC

Arabesque was an all-girl trio at the height of the European disco era in 1977 in Frankfurt, Germany.

After the first album, the band lineup was changed by keeping only the original member Michaela Rose and replacing the two other girls with new members Jasmin Vetter and Sandra Lauer. After they split up in 1984, Jasmin and Michaela continued on as the duo "Rouge", while Sandra Lauer started her own career as a solo artist, collaborating with Michael Cretu as Sandra and later as part of Enigma.

Arabesque became extremely popular in Japan, and also had a great deal of success in the USSR. In 1980, the single "Take Me Don't Break Me" became a hit, which only scraped the German Top 40. Their next single, "Marigot Bay", would become their only Top Ten hit a few weeks later. Their last singles, "Ecstasy" and "Time to Say Goodbye", became hits only after their split, in various European countries, as they sounded very close to the Italo disco sound, a very popular music genre on the European dance scene at that time. Those songs spread and gained success through LP compilations of dance/pop music, and bootleg tapes, so, the band could never take advantage of this success, as neither of those songs could properly appear on any music charts as "singles" anyway. (That was a common problem for many '80s European dance artists.)

These last Arabesque singles also introduced the "Italo disco" sound to Japan, under the term "eurobeat", previously used in the UK for the Stock Aitken Waterman productions. That soon lead to Japan's Super Eurobeat music style.

FLAC (Vinyl Rip)
1978 - Arabesque (Friday Night)(Japanese Edition)
1979 - Arabesque II (Peppermint Jack)(Japanese Edition)
1980 - Arabesque III (Marigot Bay)(Japanese Edition)
1980 - Arabesque IV (Japanese Edition)
1981 - Arabesque V (Billy's Barbeque)(Japanese Edition)
1982 - Arabesque VI (Caballero)(Victor Japan)[Vinyl Rip 24Bit/96kHz]
1982 - Arabesque VII (Why No Reply)(Victor Japan)[Vinyl Rip 24Bit/96kHz]
1983 - Dance, Dance, Dance
1984 - Arabesque IX (Time To Say Good Bye)

1981 - Greatest Hits (Victor Japan) [Vinyl Rip 24Bit/96kHz]
1982 - Fancy Concert
1993 - Greatest Hits (2CD)
1996 - The Best of Arabesque (5CDs) (Japanese Pressing)
1998 - Arabesque Deluxe (2 CD)(Digital Remaster)
2000 - Platinum (2CD)
2008 - The Best Of Vol.4 - The Mega-Mixes

1978 - Arabesque I - Friday Night
1979 - Arabesque II - City Cats
1980 - Arabesque III - Marigot Bay
1980 - Arabesque IV - Midnight Dancer
1981 - Arabesque V - In For A Penny
1982 - Arabesque VI - Caballero
1982 - Arabesque VII - Why No Reply
1982 - Fancy Concert (Live)
1983 - Arabesque VIII - Dance, Dance, Dance
1984 - Arabesque IX - Time To Say Good Bye

1993 - Greatest Hits (Vol.1-2)
1995 - Best One
1996 - The Best Of Arabesque (Vol.1-5)
1998 - Arabesque Deluxe (2CD) (Digital Remaster)
2004 - The Best Of (Vol.1-3) (6CD)
2008 - The Best Of (Vol.4) - The Mega-Mixes (2CD)

Arabesque - Discography - 1978-2008, FLAC  (Vinyl Rip) / AAC

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