Donna Summer ‎– On The Radio - Greatest Hits Vol. I & II

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Casablanca ‎– NBLP-2-7191
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation, Partially Mixed, 16
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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*
3:53
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
11:40
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 generic Casablanca inner sleeves.

Includes 24"x36" full color poster.

"16" on labels denotes a Goldisc pressing.

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  • Pressing Plant ID: 16

Other Versions (5 of 98) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
510 594-2, RCD069-2 Donna Summer On The Radio: Greatest Hits Vol. 1 & 2(CD, Comp) Mercury, Planeta Agostini 510 594-2, RCD069-2 Spain 1992 Sell This Version
7599 473 Donna Summer On The Radio - Greatest Hits Volumes I & II(Cass, Comp) Philips 7599 473 Netherlands 1979 Sell This Version
822 558-2 M-1 Donna Summer On The Radio: Greatest Hits Vol. I & II(CD, Album, Comp, P/Mixed, RE) Casablanca 822 558-2 M-1 US 1987 Sell This Version
NBLP-2-7191 Donna Summer On The Radio: Greatest Hits Vol. 1 & 2(2xLP, Album, Comp, P/Mixed, PRC) Casablanca NBLP-2-7191 US 1979 Sell This Version
NB 7070 Donna Summer On The Radio - Greatest Hits Volumes I & II(2xLP, Comp) Casablanca NB 7070 UK 1979 Sell This Version

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kmacnutt1976

kmacnutt1976

April 19, 2017
For years I never knew why people hated disco so much because the only disco I was really familiar with was this and the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack which are both representative of the best that trend had to offer. Forget the Village People, forget Barry White and forget Rick Dees. This is dance-able music with real artistic merit.