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Kim Wilde - Catch as Catch Can album mp3
Club/Dance,Hi-NRG,New Wave,Punk/New Wave
  • Performer:
    Kim Wilde
  • Title:
    Catch as Catch Can
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Club/Dance,Hi-NRG,New Wave,Punk/New Wave
  • Date of release:
    1983
  • Duration:
    01:02:21
  • Size FLAC version
    1383 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1896 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1152 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    604
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Catch as Catch Can is probably Wilde's most experimental album, a continuation of the dark-hued synth rock feel of Select with hints of the more commercial dance-pop sound that would characterize the rest of her career. Certainly the first single, the gimmicky, campy strut "Love Blonde," is the oddest single of Wilde's career.

Catch as Catch Can is the third studio album by Kim Wilde, released in autumn 1983. Having toured the UK and Europe in November and December 1982, there was a silence of six months. Kim Wilde returned with the single "Love Blonde", a jazz/swing-inspired track that lyrically mocked the blonde bombshell image that some media had dealt Kim in the previous years. But the sound was unique to the single; the rest of the album continued the electronic theme that was introduced on Select

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Credits

Nicky Chinn - Composer
Adrian Gurvitz - Composer
Steve Thorpe - Liner Notes
Kim Wilde - Primary Artist
Marty Wilde - Composer
Ricki Wilde - Composer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Hosue of Salome Marty Wilde / Ricki Wilde Kim Wilde 3:34
2 Back Street Joe Marty Wilde / Ricki Wilde Kim Wilde 4:27
3 Stay Awhile Marty Wilde / Ricki Wilde Kim Wilde 3:39
4 Love Blonde Marty Wilde / Ricki Wilde Kim Wilde 4:05
5 Dream Sequence Marty Wilde / Ricki Wilde Kim Wilde 6:04
6 Dancing in the Dark Adrian Gurvitz / Nicky Chinn Kim Wilde 3:43
7 Shoot to Disable Marty Wilde / Ricki Wilde Kim Wilde 3:36
8 Can You Hear It Marty Wilde / Ricki Wilde Kim Wilde 4:24
9 Sparks Marty Wilde / Ricki Wilde Kim Wilde 4:09
10 Sing It out for Love Marty Wilde / Ricki Wilde Kim Wilde 3:33
11 Love Blonde Marty Wilde / Ricki Wilde Kim Wilde 3:32
12 Back Street Driver Marty Wilde / Ricki Wilde Kim Wilde 3:32
13 Love Blonde Marty Wilde / Ricki Wilde Kim Wilde 5:00
14 Dancing in the Dark [Nile Rodgers Re-Mix] Adrian Gurvitz / Nicky Chinn Kim Wilde 5:25
15 Dancing in the Dark Adrian Gurvitz / Nicky Chinn Kim Wilde 3:38

Samardenob
Kim Wilde had made two big albums (self-titled and "Select") and now was the time for the difficult third album. It was difficult in many ways. There was much controversy with the album title. "Catch As Catch can" is a phrase taken from a song in Lou Reed's album "Berlin" and it is said it had much controversy even among Kim Wilde's loyal fans. I am not a big fan of Lou Reed's solo carrier but I admire when artists, like Kim Wilde, take chances to shock people, even with the small things such as the album title. Sometimes it is good to shake and watch who is a real fan. If you love the music, you buy the album. Don't buy the album just because you have all of her earlier albums. This new sound was difficult to many fans. If "Select" was very sad for many fans, "Catch As Catch Can" had new style and new elements. Just listen to the songs like "Shoot to Disable", "Can You Hear It", and "Dream Sequence". I have listened to a lot of popular music and I haven't heard anything like those songs.The song "Love Blonde" is the only song considered as a hit. It is a clever song. With some 50's style in music, tongue-in-cheek lyrics about men who think blonde women are brainless entertainment for men. This song was much funnier than Dolly Parton's "Dumb Blonde" which was more obvious. This song is not only for men who consider blonde women as objects but also for blonde women who act that way.One of the most interesting and underrated songs here is "House of Salome" - this has interesting lyrics and a very interesting melody. Kim Wilde's vocals are great. But the song "Dancing in the Dark" on the other hand. It sounds a regular pop song, maybe a little bit annoying. It sounds like it was full of cliches and they had to force those lyrics to be a little bit rhyming. This is some over-romantic stuff, Celine Dion would have been with those lyrics and Madonna with the medody."Stay Awhile" is a good song and it would be probably the best way to start if you don't like unusual melodies. It is a good pop song, quite slow."Sing It Out for Love" is a lyrical masterpiece but the melody is a little bit too simple.This album is great because it had the sounds which were used later with the next album "Teases & Dares" which is probably my favorite Kim Wilde album. But not only for that reason. This album is really great to listen to. Apart from a couple of songs which are average (Back Street Joe and Dancing in the Dark) this is awesome.