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Fly ‘songtrack’ on limited white vinyl

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Fly, the album that contained ‘songs inspired by’ the recent film Eddie the Eagle was warmly received back in March and contains some fine music courtesy of Holly Johnson, Nik Kershaw, Midge Ure, Howard Jones and many more. The album is now available as a limited edition 2LP snow white vinyl set.

Fly was masterminded by Gary Barlow who, it has to be said, did a fine job in bringing all the (largely-deflated) egos from the eighties together and fashioned a great ‘mixtape’ of new material delivered in the style of the era.

This collector’s vinyl edition of Fly will be issued on 22 July 2016. You can see below that the UK price is pretty competitive. No word on the numbers being pressed at this stage.

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Various Artists

Fly -Songs Inspired by the film Eddie The Eagle [VINYL]

Shop Price GBP Stock
Amazon de 6LP coloured vinyl box 18.88
Amazon usa 6LP coloured vinyl box 22.37
Amazon ca 6LP coloured vinyl box 19.99
Amazon uk 6LP coloured vinyl box 22.72
Amazon fr 6LP coloured vinyl box 18.35
Amazon it 6LP coloured vinyl box 16.46
Amazon es 6LP coloured vinyl box 18.45
JPC de 6LP coloured vinyl box 25.49
HMV uk 6LP coloured vinyl box 29.99
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track_listing

1. Ascension – Holly Johnson
2. Eagle Will Fly Again – Howard Jones
3. Out of the Sky – Marc Almond
4. Moment – Tony Hadley
5. Touching Hearts and Skies – Midge Ure
6. The Sky’s the Limit – Nik Kershaw
7. Living in My Heart – ABC
8. Without Your Love – Kim Wilde
9. Fly – Andy Bell
10. Determination – Go West
11. Pray – Heaven 17
12. People Like You – Paul Young
13. Thrill Me – Taron Egerton & Hugh Jackman
14. Eddie the Eagle Theme – Matthew Margeson

 

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9 responses to Fly ‘songtrack’ on limited white vinyl

  1. Dave Richards says:

    Why?

  2. adam shaw says:

    Looks great , think this is one for me .

  3. Ralph says:

    Doesn’t make the boring stuff better. This is not Music in the 80’s style, it’s only what Barlow thinks the 80’s sounded like. Only superb track is H17, and that one is NOT written by Mr TakeThat.

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      All the songs are written by the artists. Barlow was producer, coordinator and enthusiast. The Holy Johnson track is excellent.

      • Daniel ( from Berlin ) says:

        Paul you are 100% right. Most of the tracks on this album are great.
        My favourite songs are by ABC, Holly Johnson, Heaven 17 and AndyBell.
        I hope the new ABC album would sounds like “Living Inside My Heart” !

    • Guy says:

      I agree – I keep arguing with people that this is not what the eighties sounded like… and a lot of the style doesn’t match the singer. I also personally don’t think he’s a very sophisticated songwriter. The majority of the album is a disappointment.

  4. John Archbell says:

    Sounds like Ralph hasn’t a clue what 80’s music is meant to sound like. It’s got 80’s stamped all over it. I bought the CD and not even seen the film yet. Barlow didn’t write any of the tunes, none the less the guy is a genius. I’ll be buying the vinyl. It’s a must.

  5. John Archbell says:

    Guy..it’s a disappointment to you. You really don’t have to argue with people. Just discuss. We all have our tastes and what WE perceive as what sounds like 80’s.

  6. Julian H says:

    From what I’ve heard, the sound quality is very un-80s with heaps of compression and sounding very flat, but it’s no different to ZZ Top announcing a return to the 70s and coming out with a recording that’s so terrible distorted/clipped that it doesn’t sound anything like their 70s work. Perhaps the vinyl has better mastering?

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