UB40 are a British reggae/pop band formed in 1978 in Birmingham. The band has placed more than 50 singles in the UK Singles Chart, and has also achieved considerable international success. One of the world’s best-selling music artists, UB40 have sold over 70 million records.
Their hit singles include their debut “Food for Thought” and two U.S. Billboard Hot 100 number ones with “Red Red Wine” and “Can’t Help Falling in Love”. Both of these also topped the UK Singles Chart, as did the band’s version of “I Got You Babe”.
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Thin Lizzy The Wild One 1995
Thin Lizzy are an Irish hard rock band who formed in Dublin, Ireland in 1969. The two founding members, drummer Brian Downey and bass guitarist/vocalist Phil Lynott met each other while still in school. Lynott, with an engaging and charismatic personality, took up the role of frontman and speaker for the band and led them throughout their recording career of thirteen studio albums. Thin Lizzy are best known for their songs “Whiskey in the Jar”, “Jailbreak” and “The Boys Are Back in Town”, all major international hits still played regularly on hard rock and classic rock radio stations. After Lynott died, various incarnations of the band have emerged over the years culminating in the most stable line-up based around guitarists Scott Gorham and John Sykes, however Sykes left the band in June 2009.
Now That’s What I Call Music! 34 or Now 34 was released in 1996. The album is the 34th edition of the (UK) Now! series. It was released on vinyl, audio cassette & CD formats.
Now 34 has four songs that were UK#1s. They are “Wannabe”, “Ooh Aah… Just A Little Bit”, “Return of the Mack” and “Jesus To A Child”.
Now That’s What I Call Music! 24 or Now 24 was released in 1993. The album is the 24th edition of the (UK) Now! series. It was released on vinyl, audio cassette & CD formats.
1985 commercial for Maxell audio.
Maxell, is a Japanese company which manufactures consumer electronics. The company’s notable products are batteries and electronics — the company’s name is a contraction of “maximum capacity dry cell” — and recording media, including audio cassettes and blank VHS tapes, and recordable optical discs like CD-R/RW and DVD±RW. Additionally, the company sells electronics accessories, like CD and DVD laser cleaners. On March 4, 2008 Maxell announced that they would no longer manufacture their optical media, but would start contracting other companies to manufacture Maxell media.