Soundtrack of the 80s

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Soundtrack of the 80s
Studio album by Jason Donovan
Released United Kingdom11 October 2010
Genre Pop, dance, Hi-NRG, soul, synthpop
Label Universal Music TV
Jason Donovan chronology
Let it Be Me
Soundtrack of the 80s

Soundtrack of the 80s is the fifth studio album by the Australian singer Jason Donovan, released in October 2010. The album consists of cover versions of Donovan's favourite 1980s hits, as well as three new original tracks.

The album peaked at no.20 in the UK Albums Chart, though it fell to no.81 in its second week of release, before dropping out of the chart altogether.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" (originally by Tears for Fears)
  2. "Don't Leave Me This Way" (Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes later Thelma Houston and The Communards)
  3. "(I Just) Died in Your Arms" (Cutting Crew)
  4. "Sign Your Name" (Terence Trent D'Arby)
  5. "Broken Wings" (Mr. Mister)
  6. "Only You" (Yazoo)
  7. "Mary's Prayer" (Danny Wilson)
  8. "Drive" (The Cars)
  9. "Love Changes (Everything)" (Climie Fisher)
  10. "Right Here Waiting" (Richard Marx)
  11. "What is Love?" (Howard Jones)
  12. "The Living Years" (Mike + the Mechanics)
  13. "Innocence" (new track)
  14. "Talk You Down" (new track)
  15. "Goodnight Baby" (new track)