Tag: Cherry Pop

Tasmin Archer: Sweet Little Truths: The EMI Recordings 1992-1996 (Cherry Pop)

In 1992, British singer/songwriter Tasmin Archer released one of the year’s best albums, Great Expectations. But that album’s superb promise was never realized, as her label dropped the ball on her. Sweet Little Truths offers up her complete recordings for the label, and is easily one of the most essential reissues of 2020.

Billy Ocean: Remixes and Rarities (Cherry Pop)

Billy Ocean made a splash in 1984 with his smash hit album Suddenly, which propelled him to a respectable success for the rest of the decade. Cherry Pop’s latest in its Remixes And Rarities offers up two discs’ worth of variants and hard-to-find remixes that serves as a nice reminder of what made Ocean so special.

Billy Ocean: Remixes and Rarities (Cherry Pop)

Billy Ocean made a splash in 1984 with his smash hit album Suddenly, which propelled him to a respectable success for the rest of the decade. Cherry Pop’s latest in its Remixes And Rarities offers up two discs’ worth of variants and hard-to-find remixes that serves as a nice reminder of what made Ocean so special.

Matt Bianco: Indigo (Deluxe Edition) (Cherry Pop)

For their third album, British jazz pop group Matt Bianco took their sound in a decidedly Latin direction, in hopes of breaking big in America. This deluxe reissue is expanding with a whopping 37 bonus tracks, over three CDs, and shows just how hard they tried.

Matt Bianco: Indigo (Deluxe Edition) (Cherry Pop)

For their third album, British jazz pop group Matt Bianco took their sound in a decidedly Latin direction, in hopes of breaking big in America. This deluxe reissue is expanding with a whopping 37 bonus tracks, over three CDs, and shows just how hard they tried.

Martika: Martika’s Kitchen (Reheated Edition) (Cherry Pop)

With a handful of Prince collaborations and plenty of talent on her own, pop singer Martika seemed poised for greatness with her second album. Surprisingly, it was to be her last solo outing; this recent expanded edition highlights that album’s greatness, while feeling like a story that has yet to be completed.

Martika: Martika’s Kitchen (Reheated Edition) (Cherry Pop)

With a handful of Prince collaborations and plenty of talent on her own, pop singer Martika seemed poised for greatness with her second album. Surprisingly, it was to be her last solo outing; this recent expanded edition highlights that album’s greatness, while feeling like a story that has yet to be completed.

Andrew Ridgeley: Son Of Albert: Expanded Edition (Cherry Pop)

In 1990, Andrew Ridgeley, the other half of British pop duo Wham!, released his first–and last–solo album. Critically panned at the time, this reissue takes a second look at one of pop music’s most misaligned releases.

Andrew Ridgeley: Son Of Albert: Expanded Edition (Cherry Pop)

In 1990, Andrew Ridgeley, the other half of British pop duo Wham!, released his first–and last–solo album. Critically panned at the time, this reissue takes a second look at one of pop music’s most misaligned releases.

Bonnie Tyler: Remixes & Rarities (Cherry Pop)

Though Bonnie Tyler will forever be known for three fantastic pop songs, this two-disc collection focuses not on her hits but on some choice obscurities from the peak of her career, including remixes, rare singles, B-sides, and compilation tracks that equally rival her more well-known material.