Stock, Aitken and Waterman – The 80s Albums

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I decided to collect every Stock, Aitken and Waterman album from the 80s. Why? Because, for me, SAW produced what I consider to be the best music in the 80s. I wasn’t into the moody synth scene of the early 80s, and although I had a Madness, a Shakin Stevens and an Adam And The Ants album, they never really captivated me in the way Pop music did.

I had a huge revelation a few years after the 80s ended. I only realised how good 80s music was in the 90s, when I realised how bad 90s music was. Aside from the SAW tracks that kept being pumped out, I didn’t really find anything that caught my attention.

Anyway, after an evening of research, and few hot Vimtos to keep my energy up, I determined there were 35 Stock, Aitken and Waterman albums that were released between 1984 and 1989. (Pete Waterman had been involved in song production for years prior to 1984, but I was only looking for albums which were part of the combined SAW legacy.)

I’ll use this chronological list to mark off the titles I manage to find, using *. I’ll try to add details of each album I get on here too, although I’ll probably end up just adding details to Twitter. Follow along here – The Twitters

If you spot any titles missing from the list, please let me know via the 80sNostalgia Twitter or Facebook pages.

1984
Divine – The Story So Far
Hazell Dean – Heart First
Various Artists – Chunks Of Funk

1985
Dead Or Alive – Youthquake
Haywoode – Arrival

1986
Bananarama – True Confessions
Brilliant – Kiss The Lips Of Life
O’chi Brown – O’chi
Princess – Princess
Roland Rat – Living Legend The Album
Various Artists – Knights And Emeralds Soundtrack

1987
Bananarama – Wow!
Dead Or Alive – Mad Bad And Dangerous To Know
Laura Branigan – Touch
Mel & Kim – F.L.M.
* Rick Astley – Whenever You Need Somebody
Samantha Fox – Samantha Fox
Sinitta – Sinitta
Various Artists – Cream Of Supreme
Various Artists – The Hit Factory Vol 1
Various Artists – Who’s That Girl Soundtrack

1988
Brother Beyond – Get Even
Hazell Dean – Always
Kylie Minogue – Kylie
Mandy Smith – Mandy
* Rick Astley – Hold Me In Your Arms
Samantha Fox – I Wanna Have Some Fun
Sequal – Sequal
Various Artists – The Hit Factory Vol 2

1989
Donna Summer – Another Place And Time
Cliff Richard – Stronger
Jason Donovan – Ten Good Reasons
Sinitta – Wicked!
* Kylie Minogue – Enjoy Yourself
Various Artists – The Hit Factory Vol 3

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