Monday, August 07, 2006

The Hit Factory - Stock Aitken Waterman



I thought it was time to post something a little less obscure from the cassette bins. Most of these tracks are probably well known so I'm not going to post much commentary. If you can, let me know in the comments what your favorite track is of this genre.

Stock Aitken and Waterman are still doing things. Here is a link to Waterman's website with news, etc. He's behind Lola apparently, some pop girl I'm not down with. And there are rumours that Stock Aitken and Waterman are going to come back and run a reality show about pop or something. Here is an amusing article reflecting their personalities and what's going on now.

And make sure you head over and pick up the excellent Run Disco Run - Moxie 008. It's very good, at Dilate Choonz.

Also, pick up this excellent remix of Army of Lovers - I'm Crucified (razrmaid mix). I have always loved this tune.

Side 1

1 Rick Astley Never Gonna Give You Up

2 Sinitta Toy Boy Extra Muscle Mix

3 Princess I'll Keep On Loving You

4 Bananarama I Heard a Rumour

5 Hazell Dean Whatever I Do

6 Mondo Kane featuring Georgie Fame - New York Afternoon

7 Ferry Aid Let It Be

Side 2

1 Mel & Kim FLM

2 Samantha Fox Nothing's Gonna Stop Me Now Jump and Jive Mix

3 Bananarama Venus

4 Carol Hitchcock Get Ready

5 Princess Say I'm Your Number One

6 Mandy Smith I Just Can't Wait

7 Stock Aitken & Waterman Roadblock

Videos :)


mmmm . . . the making of Venus. Too many moments to smile about. Check out the oiled dancers under the cape and the Italian honey directing them.

9 comments:

stytzer said...

SAW - the nightmare of my teenage years!!!!!

kevvy-k said...

did you know that an anti-abortion group contesting every UK seat in the European elections is being directly funded by royalties from Sinitta’s 1980s disco classic ‘So Macho’.

check out http://news.scotsman.com/topics.cfm?tid=591&id=643822004

dalston shopper said...

that's hilarious. Takes all sorts I guess. The music industry is full of stories like that. Donna Summer and Vanity Six both being examples of people who, rueful of their funtimes, started whipping themselves into a religious frenzy once the seratonin started slowing down.

Anonymous said...

The mp3 links to the hit factory tracks are broken. Please fix, I like these tracks

Anonymous said...

Yep please fix the links, especially Princess :)

Anonymous said...

Why isn't anyone fixing the links. I can't download any of these tracks. Please fix them

Michael said...

Those Princess tracks are great, especially "Say I'm Your Number One" - easily the best of the bunch!

Yisraelee said...

Can't wait for S/A/W to get a track out this year!! it's gonna be the 1980's revisited! :D

Anonymous said...

I agree ..its a good song ..BUT i have the 12" version and the REAL version is 6mins and is bloody amazing.