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Various - 16 Magazine - Who's Your Fave Rave? Full Album

Various - 16 Magazine - Who's Your Fave Rave? Full Album Performer: Various
Title: 16 Magazine - Who's Your Fave Rave?
Category: Pop
Date of release: 1997
Country: US
Label: Rhino Records
Catalog number: R2 72819
Size MP3: 1218 mb
Size FLAC: 2823 mb
Rating: 4.3

Tracklist

1John TravoltaLet Her In
2Bobby ShermanJulie, Do Ya Love Me
3The Mamas & The PapasI Saw Her Again
4Ricky Nelson Travelin' Man
5Sonny & CherI Got You Babe
6Shaun CassidyHey Deanie
7Alice CooperEighteen
8Johnny CrawfordCindy's Birthday
9The CowsillsHair
10Chad Stuart & Jeremy ClydeA Summer Song
11The MonkeesDaydream Believer
12Rick SpringfieldI've Done Everything For You
13Bobby DarinMack The Knife
14Connie FrancisFollow The Boys
15Bay City RollersSaturday Night
16Leif GarrettI Was Made For Dancin'

Notes

Track 6 artist is Alice Cooper, the band.

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rhino Entertainment Company
  • Copyright (c) – Rhino Entertainment Company

Album

Hello We have detected Русский as your language preference. To change your preferred language, please choose a language using the dropdown. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português Brasil Русский. Más imágenes. Vender este artículo. Various 16 Magazine - Who's Your Fave Rave Sello: Rhino Records 2 R2 72819. There was also an accompanying CD of the same name, featuring many of the pop acts promoted in the magazine throughout the years. With a title like Who's Your Fave Rave: Teen Idols 1959-1981 should be a fun look back at the heyday of teen heartthrobs, but the collection doesn't quite live up to its promise. Some of the tracks are right on the money - Ricky Nelson's Travelin' Man, Bobby Sherman's Julie, Do Ya Love Me, Leif Garrett's I Was Made for Dancin', and Shaun Cassidy's Hey Deanie are great singles by singers that defined the sound and look of teen idols. Who's Your Fave Rave proves, in a way, that you can go home again, if just to marvel at the passions that pompadours unleashed in the early '60s, the hysteria induced by '70s hippies, or the euphoria that the feathered bangs of early '80s hunks inspired. This scrapbook-its grainy, cheap papery feel intact-will carry you back to the acne innocence of days gone by. This is a great history of 16 Magazine with many interesting stories and insights of many Teen Idol Fave. A definite must read. Read more. Who's Your Fave Rave, about the stars in 16 Magazine, will take you back to your teen young superstars like The Beatles, Michael Jackson, Donny & Marie, David Cassidy, the Monkees-every teen idol from the '60s and '70s were interviewed and photographed. Performer: Various Album Title: 16 Magazine - Who's Your Fave Rave Label: Rhino Records R2 72819 Type: CD, Compilation Country: US Date of released: 1997 Category: Pop Style: Category: Pop Rating: 4. 0 Votes: 259 Other Format: DXD AU AC3 ADX VQF ADX MIDI. Download links. Various - 16 Magazine - Who's Your Fave Rave MP3 version RAR archive. Various - 16 Magazine - Who's Your Fave Rave FLAC version RAR archive. 16 Magazine also often offered contests that would award the winner an opportunity to have a meet and greet with their favorite performer. Most of the articles and features tended to lean on the lighter side. Listen to online Various - 16 Magazine - Who's Your Fave Rave, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Various - 16 Magazine - Who's Your Fave Rave from authorized sellers. Released at: This album was released on the label Rhino Records 2 catalog number R2 72819. This album was released in 1997 year. Who's Your Fave Rave By Alexandra Jacobs. Updated August 22, 1997 at 04:00 AM EDT. This was the specimen for which 16 - a still extant cheesy-paper teen fanzine, as its described here - was expressly created. Unlike Seventeen, 16 didnt discuss the care and feeding of ones complexion, the whole eye-shadow-versus-eye-color dilemma, or how to densely stuff a wild bikini. It addressed a far more pressing matter: boys. Cute boys. Pin-uppable boys. Rock stars, mostly. Who, indeed With everyone from Jim Morrison to David Cassidy to a young John Travolta splayed out for the taking, one hardly knows where to start whacking the pinata. On the Who's first album in 13 years, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend find getting old is something to get cranky about, which, maybe ironically, has the effect of invigorating their return. By Chris Willman. Chris Willman. The classic-era album this one might remind you of, in combining Townshends autobiographical thoughts with a solid mid-tempo rock work ethic, is The Who by Numbers. Its not that good - lets be honest and say this isnt an album youre going to return to the way you would a Quadrophenia - but it does feel like a handwritten letter from a friend whos been through some of the same shit you have