door Didi Hardenberg
Hey, are you ready to be blown away by Jerry Hey?
door Guuzbourg
All new, all good, all Christmas.
door Guuzbourg
It's all about the bass, even in the detente between punk and the glossy 80s. The energy of punk combined with heavy reggae-basslines, jazz blurts, rudimental hip hop and the funk spirit. Carribean influences, African influences. It all came together.
From time to time we all have this desire to beam back to that 80's galaxy.
door Guuzbourg
It's wasn't all synths, neon and big hair in the 80's...
door Guuzbourg
Producer/singer/songwriter Kashif Saleem passed away to some funky planet probably. Maybe he groove in peace.
door Aux
The German love child of Punk and New Wave, born in the seventies.
door Guuzbourg
Synth Nicolas has some electronic grooves up his sleeves.
door Roy Santiago
Just plain perfect.
Perfect_NL_in de 80s
door Aux
It ain't much, if you don't speak dutch.
door Guuzbourg
A Perfect Prefab Sprout could have been just their entire 'Steve McQueen' album from 1985. But Guuzbourg put a little more effort into it. A compilation of perfect popsongs...
door Jerry Goossens
Catchy as hell, dance-able as a mother, but never too easy, never 'guilty'.
door Aux
Zoot Woman are electroclash heroes from Britain. Plastic-y synth-pop of the 80s, cheesy at first glance but there's much more beneath that shiny surface. The same goes for this Perfect, btw.
door Het Funk Fenomeen
The everlasting sounds of electro funk. Mostly 80s, but some of them are very 21st century. Which proves our point.
door Hessel van den Pol
Thank you, eighties!
door Geert Veneklaas
21 fantastic synthpop classics from 1980 - 1985 compiled by Geert Veneklaas. Who's musical career is rooted in these tunes and especially the vibe the synthesizer brought him in the early eigthies.
door Hugo Vogel
Thank you, eighties!
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Thank you, eighties!
A Perfect 80's, with actually nothing from the 80's. Just a great bunch of influence by that fabulous decade on these bands/artists/dj's. Start the dance.
door Wilbert Mutsaers
Perfect Eighties Kult: New Wave, Neue Deutsche Welle, Electro blackism, we've got them all lined up, in 42 tracks back to the dark side of the Eighties!
door Martijn Groeneveld
Producer Martijn Groeneveld made this edition in the Perfect Producer-series. Which is cool, because then you know you get pearls only. A compact Perfect, just 10 tracks, but still you hear Horn's massive influence.
door Pierre van Veldhoven
For many this was once probably the coolest bands on the planet. This Perfect gives you a taste of how good they were. The non-singles, what better way prove that? Great songs that could have been big hits.
door Gerbrand van Melle
On the edge of two decades, the promise of electronic dance music to come. For those who loved to listen to Radio Satellite Empire
door Professor Eddy
Former male model Tom Moulton invented ways to stretch songs to make them flow from one to another, so people could dance on them continuously. Sounds simple, but it changed everything.
door Guuzbourg
He's known as the architect of the Manchester Sound, he was co-founder of Factory Records and died way to young (he was just 42). This Perfect proves why he earns the Perfect Producer-title.
door René Passet
Perfect Depeche Mode in two parts. The first part: the best songs, the second part: the best remixes. Both carefully selected by Rene Passet.
door Rene Passet
Perfect Depeche Mode in two parts. The first part: the best songs, the second part (this part): the best remixes. Both carefully selected by Rene Passet.
door Roy Santiago
Is it a band? Is it a singer? No, it's a super record label from the UK! And one of the most appreciated Perfects ever. Compiled with lots of love, by Roy Santiago.
door The Boys of Summer
Guilty pleasures galore. An ode to the enigmatic sound - and shallow at the same time (is this possible?) - of Yacht Rock.
door René Noels
The Legend. The Moonwalk. Those videos. That Billie Jean bass & beat. Thriller. Bad. Off The Wall. Off. The. Hook.
door Michiel Flamman (Solo)
It's only because of archrivals The Smiths and U2 that Ian McCulloch and his band didn't become THE band of the 80's. That's a pity. Dutch singer-songwriter Michiel Flamman explains why.
door Guuzbourg
Between a-symetric hair and fluorescent leg warmers this were the guys keeping rock alive. Indeed, they were beacons of hope. Includes Los Lobos, Chris Isaak, Ry Cooder, Mink DeVille, Steve Earle, Don Dixon.
door Sandeman & Aux
Red-white-blue disco! The best Dutch floorfillers, selected by Aux and Sandeman. 18x rhythm, bass, synths. Gotta love it. Feat. Doris D & The Pins, Fruitcake, Teach In, Spargo, Junkie XL, Fox The Fox, Vanessa.
door Gijsbert Kamer
Dexys Midnight Runners is so much more than that one big hit. Gijsbert Kamer shows exactly why they're brilliant.
door Aux (aka Auke Riemersma)
There was a time when Big Hair ruled the world. Especially, the music world. It gave us great pictures, and some great tunes as well (by Spinal Tap, Europe, Manowar, Guns N' Roses and Steel Panther, for instance).
door Niels Aalberts
The world's greatest rock singer? Maybe. The best songwriter? Perhaps. Its #1 live performer? Definitely.
door Niels Aalberts
If this Perfect-series was called The Ultimate-series, this would be The Ultimate Fleetwood Mac. But we have to settle for Perfection.