Indi wrote:What is the difference between the original and the 88 version of the Flashdance album?
Or is this a re-entry in 88?
It's a re-issue/re-entry, Casablanca stopped releasing new material in 1984 and it's back catalog was absorbed by PolyGram subsidiary label Mercury.16th January 1988
93 (RE) Flashdance (OST) 31 wks <Mercury>
Indi wrote:23 February 1980
72 Rainbow by Rainbow (here listed as Rainbow Rising) was a re-entry, not a new entry.
You're right it is re-entry, but it is "Rainbow Rising" not Rainbow
72 (RE) RAINBOW RISING (by Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow) 31 wks
Indi wrote:29 March 1980
73 Various Artists Club Ska '67 was a re-entry, not a new entry or? Why charted this 67-album in 1980?
Club Ska '67 is a New Entry in 1980, it never charted in 1967.
Ska music was very popular in 1979-1981 for bands like Madness, Specials, Selector etc.
The album that charted in 1967 for 2 weeks was "Club Ska '67 Vol. 2".
Indi wrote:A album called Night Moves by Various Artists from 1979 is listed at the 24 march 1984 charts and also a re-entry in september 84 - following by 10 weeks.
2 different albums, I think. BUT: What album was at #90 on the 24 march 1984 charts?
You're right it is 2 different album both on K-Tel but the one in 1984 is actually called
"Night Moves - The Romantic Sounds Of The City" but all magazines & papers at the time simply put it down as "Night Moves" but it is a different album.Night Moves
1979 (K-Tel : NE 1065)
Blondie - Dreaming
Buggles - Video Killed The Radio Star
Sad Cafe - Every Day Hurts
Sister Sledge - Lost In Music
Crusaders - Street Life
Bill Lovelady - Reggae For It Now
Randy Vanwarmer - Just When I Needed You Most
Tourists - The Loneliest Man In The World
Jags - Back Of My Hand
Darts - Can't Get Enough Of Your Love
Anita Ward - Ring My Bell
B.A. Robertson - Bang Bang
Roxy Music - Angel Eyes
Judy Tzuke - Stay With Me 'Til Dawn
Noosha Fox - Skin Tight
Al Hudson & The Partners – You Can Do It
Dooleys - Wanted
Bombers - (Everybody) Get Dancin'
Spyro Gyra - Morning Dance
Madness - The Prince 24th March 1984
90 (NE) Night Moves (by Various) 1 Wk <K-Tel : NE 1255>
[aka Night Moves - The Romantic Sounds Of The City]
A1 Paul Young - Come Back And Stay
A2 Bill Withers - Lovely Day
A3 Randy Crawford - You Might Need Somebody
A4 Marvin Gaye - (Sexual) Healing
A5 Ace - How Long
A6 Joe Dolan - Sometime When We Touch
A7 Manhattans - Hurt
A8 Elkie Brooks - Fool If You Don't Think It's Over
B1 Chris Rea - I Can Hear Your Heartbeat
B2 Rita Coolidge - Only You
B3 Foster & Allen - Maggie
B4 Agnetha Faltskog - Wrap Your Arms Around Me
B5 Gladys Knight & The Pips - Hero
B6 Roly Daniels - I Will Love You All My Life
B7 Roxy Music - More Than This
B8 Champaign - How 'Bout Us
I don't about the gap between March '84 to September '84, both had same catalogue number.
Indi wrote:Clannad - Magical Ring was at re-entry on the 2nd june 1984 charts
It's a re-issue/re-entry
91 ( RE) Magical Ring (By Clannad) 22 Wks <RCA : PL 70003>
The Original in 1983 was RCA : LP 6072
Indi wrote:The Greatest Hits album by Buddy holly charted at #100 on the 8th september 1984 charts was a re-entry
It's a 3rd re-issue/re-entry
100 ( RE) Buddy Holly's Greatest Hits (By Buddy Holly) 50 Wks <MCA : MCL 1618>
Original in 1967 Ace Of Hearts : AH 148
1st Re-Issue : Coral CP 8 (1971), 2nd Re-Issue : MCA Coral - CDLM 8007 (1974)
A1 Peggy Sue
A2 That'll Be The Day
A3 Listen To Me
A5 Oh, Boy
A6 Not Fade Away
A7 Raining In My Heart
B1 Maybe Baby
B2 Rave On
B3 Think It's Over
B4 It's So Easy
B5 It Doesn't Matter Anymore
In 1974 added 2 extra tracks
B6 True Love Ways
B7 Peggy Sue Got Married
1984 version as above 14 tracks
Indi wrote:15.12.1984 87 Re-entry not a new-entry => Chas & Dave Chas 'n' Dave's Christmas Jamboree Bag
It's a re-issue/re-entry
87 (RE) Chas And Dave's Christmas Jamboree Bag (By Chas And Dave) 16 Wks
<Rockney : ROCM 001>
The Original in 1981 was Warwick : WW 5116
Indi wrote:16.11.1985 62 New-entry not a re-entry => Various Artists The Love Album (1985 Version)
You're absolutey right there IndiThe Love Album
1980 (K-Tel - NE 1092)
A1 Rod Stewart - You're In My Heart
A2 Commodores - Three Times A Lady
A3 Hot Chocolate - I'll Put You Together
A4 Clifford T. Ward - Lost Again
A5 Mike Batt And Friends - Losing Your Way In The Rain
A6 Judie Tzuke - Stay With Me Till Dawn
A7 Korgis, The - Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime
A8 Sad Cafe - Everyday Hurts
A9 Chris Rea - Since I Don't See You Anymore
A10 Roxy Music - Over You
B1 Diana Ross - Touch Me In The Morning
B2 Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams - You're All I Need To Get By
B3 Leo Sayer - When I Need You
B4 Cliff Richard - When Two Worlds Drift Apart
B5 Gary Benson - Don't Throw It All Away
B6 Barbara Dickson - Caravan Song
B7 KC & The Sunshine Band - Please Don't Go
B8 Frankie Miller - Why Don't You Spend The Night
B9 Crystal Gayle - When I Dream
B10 Abba - I Have A Dream The Love Album
1985 (Telstar - STAR 2268)
A1 Foreigner - I Want To Know What Love Is
A2 Kool And The Gang - Cherish
A3 Phyllis Nelson - Move Closer
A4 Style Council - You're The Best Thing
A5 Bryan Ferry - Slave To Love
A6 Jermaine Jackson - Do What You Do
A7 Paul Young - Everything Must Change
A8 Jim Diamond - I Should Have Known Better
B1 Elaine Paige and Barbara Dickson - I Know Him So Well
B2 Billy Ocean - Suddenly
B3 Sade - Your Love Is King
B4 Alison Moyet - That Ole Devil Called Love
B5 George Michael - Careless Whisper
B6 Commodores - Nightshift
B7 Lionel Richie - Stuck On You
B8 Elton John - Sad Songs (Say So Much)
Indi wrote:The Beatles cd-releases 1987 are re-entries in my opinion.
Yes you're right, I did the same in 2009 & counted them as re-entries.
Indi wrote:Kiri Te Kanawa - Kiri
3 different albums or 1 album with 3 chartruns?
3 Different Albums
In 1988 it was a compilation album from K-Tel.
In 1994 it was called "Kiri!"
a live album from the Royal Albert Hall to celebrate her 50th Birthday.
In the U.S. it's called "Kiri! - Her Greatest Hits Live"
& in 2001 it was called "Kiri - The Definitive Collection"