Paul Hardcastle ‎– Paul Hardcastle

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Chrysalis ‎– 610 582, Chrysalis ‎– 610 582-222
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1 In The Beginning 2:05
2 19
Backing Vocals – Janice HoyteVoice – Clark Peters
6:18
3 King Tut 3:56
4 Don't Waste My Time
Vocals – Carol Kenyon
4:29
5 Central Park 4:00
6 Just For Money
Backing Vocals – Linda Taylor, Tessa NilesVoice – Alan Talbot, Bob Hoskins, Ed O'Ross, Laurence Olivier
5:09
7 Moonhopper 4:17
8 Better
Vocals – Kevin Henry
2:58
9 Strollin' 3:31
10 Rainforest 7:26

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Notes

"19" written by P. Hardcastle / W. Coutourie / J. McCord.

Cat no. on disc: 610 582-222.
Cat no. on Sleeve: 610 582.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 4007196105829

Other Versions (5 of 32) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CHR 1517 Paul Hardcastle Paul Hardcastle(LP, Album) Chrysalis CHR 1517 UK 1985 Sell This Version
826 646-1 Paul Hardcastle Paul Hardcastle(LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl) Chrysalis 826 646-1 Greece 1985 Sell This Version
TOCP-7867 Paul Hardcastle Paul Hardcastle(CD, Album) Chrysalis TOCP-7867 Japan 1993 Sell This Version
ZCHR 1517 Paul Hardcastle Paul Hardcastle(Cass, Album) Chrysalis ZCHR 1517 Sweden 1985 Sell This Version
BB 9987 Paul Hardcastle Paul Hardcastle(Cass, Album, Unofficial, Dir) Billboard BB 9987 Unknown Sell This Version

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robotronic

robotronic

September 29, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

Mmmm. Very delicious release. Paul is one of the most gentle and intelligent electro-producers. Wonderful, surprising and talented musician, by all means. This album sounds very solid. I love to start the listening, because the introduction is my true favorite. Then comes the nineteen in the full version and it starts... The most beautiful is King Tut - true poetical and essential classic. The only thing I don't like is the extension of the Rainforest here; the version sounds very nice, before the last themes begin to pump. These sounds have nothing in common with the precious main line. I can't say that it seems like a mistake, just runs parallel to my vision.