Donna Summer ‎– On The Radio: Greatest Hits Vol. 1 & 2

Casablanca Records ‎– NBLP-2-7191
2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Partially Mixed

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A1 On The Radio 4:00
A2 Love To Love You Baby 4:07
A3 Try Me, I Know We Can Make It 3:24
A4 I Feel Love 3:20
A5 Our Love 3:43
B1 I Remember Yesterday 4:46
B2 I Love You 3:12
B3 Heaven Knows 3:30
B4 Last Dance 4:56
C1 MacArthur Park
Written-By – J. Webb*
C2 Hot Stuff 3:05
C3 Bad Girls 2:57
C4 Dim All The Lights 4:10
C5 Sunset People 3:31
D1 No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)
Featuring – Barbra Streisand
D2 On The Radio (Long Version) 5:49

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Issued in standard LP jacket with bigger capacity spine, each record housed in Casablanca inner sleeves.

Includes 24"x32" full color poster.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Manufacturing Plant ID): 72

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NB 7070 Donna Summer On The Radio - Greatest Hits Volumes I & II(2xLP, Comp) Casablanca Records NB 7070 Germany 1979 Sell This Version
NBLP-2-7191 Donna Summer On The Radio: Greatest Hits Vol. 1 & 2(2xLP, Comp, P/Mixed) Casablanca Records NBLP-2-7191 US 1979 Sell This Version
JB 139 Donna Summer Greatest Hits Volumes I & II(2xLP, Comp) Casablanca Records JB 139 New Zealand 1979 Sell This Version
9198 520, 9198 521, 6641 990 Donna Summer On The Radio: Greatest Hits Volumes I & II(2xLP, Comp) Philips, Philips, Philips 9198 520, 9198 521, 6641 990 Netherlands 1979 Sell This Version
VIP-9571~2 Donna Summer On The Radio - Greatest Hits Vol. I & II(2xLP, Comp) Casablanca Records VIP-9571~2 Japan 1979 Sell This Version

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May 11, 2011
edited 8 months ago
aaah would there be DJ 's in th' house?


September 3, 2008

With so many disco hits in the 70s, Donna Summer was certainly worthy of a compilation by 1979, even after only being on the scene for five years. Love her or hate her, Summer is the undisputed queen of disco.<br />
So what's the problem with <i>On the Radio</i>? The tracks here are short -- really short. The entire thing is blended together like a disco session from back in the day. That might be cool for most, but it's not very useful for DJs and fans who want to hear the original versions. "Love to Love You Baby" is severely truncated from its original eight-minute version and all the orgasmic sighs. And the epic "I Feel Love" is cut down to a mere three minutes. The only full-length, 12-inch "disco" version on this compilation is the title track, which was a breakout hit from the Jodie Foster teen drama "Foxes."<br />
<i>On The Radio</i> is a nice start for beginners. However, disco fans will want to seek out Donna Summer's full-length albums and/or 12-inch singles so they can experience her true, unedited magic.


September 23, 2007

Donna has to be the Queen of Disco and this compilation proves it. At the time this dropped Ms. Summer was all over the radio in NYC. If you were doing an old skool party today, you could rock this entire LP and I doubt many would complain. Her earlier stuff is also included with the sleaze classic "Love To Love You Baby" from 1975. A must have for any Donna or Disco fan. Moroder is at his best.