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The Kids From Fame - Songs FLAC

The Kids From Fame - Songs FLAC Performer: The Kids From Fame
Album: Songs
Country: France
Released: 1982
Style: Novelty
Label: RCA
Genre: Electronic / Hip hop / Jazz / Rock / Latin / Pop / For kids / World
Catalog #: PL 14525
Size FLAC: 1346 mb.
Size MP3: 2321 mb.
Rating: 4.0/5
Votes: 820
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Gatefold


2Could We Be Magic Like You
3Be Your Own Hero
5Bet Your Life It's Me
6Dancing Endlessly
7Just Like You
8Lay Back And Be Cool
9There's A Train
10Body Language
11Beautiful Dreamer


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AFL1-4525The Kids From Fame Songs ‎(LP, Comp, Gat)RCA VictorAFL1-4525US1982
AFK1-4525The Kids From Fame Songs ‎(Cass)RCAAFK1-4525Canada1982
KIDK 004The Kids From Fame Songs ‎(Cass)BBC CassettesKIDK 004UK1982
PK 14525The Kids From Fame The Kids From Fama - Canciones de los Chicos de Fama ‎(Cass, Album, Comp)RCAPK 14525Spain1983
PL 84525The Kids From Fame Songs ‎(LP, Gat)RCAPL 84525Germany1983


℗ © 1982 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Co.
Made in France


  • Rights Society: BIEM SDRM


  • Distributed By – RCA S.A.
  • Manufactured By – RCA S.A.
  • Printed By – France Imprimerie Sorel
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Co.
  • Copyright (c) – Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Co.


The Kids from Fame is the first album released by the cast of the American TV series Fame. It was released in 1982 and featured the hit singles Hi Fidelity and Starmaker. The album became a big success, notably so in the UK where it reached No. 1 in the album charts and remained on top for 12 weeks. The US TV series Fame became an instant success all over the world, but most prominently in the UK and Ireland where the first single release Hi Fidelity became a No. 5 and No. 3 hit respectively. The Kids from Fame was the group name of several cast members from the US TV series Fame who had a number of hit singles and albums at the height of the show's success in the UK. This success culminated in tours of the UK where they performed live in concert. A live album was subsequently released. The group came to prominence in the summer of 1982 when the series first aired in the UK and a single Hi Fidelity reached No. Along with this an album was released: The Kids from Fame, which reached. The first Kids from Fame album was an absolute sensation in 1982 spending a total of 12 weeks at number one and ending the year as the second best-seller of the year behind Barbra Streisand's Love Songs. Created by Christopher Gore, the weekly TV series based on the Alan Parker film followed the exploits and adventures of the students and teachers at the New York High School of Performing Arts. Being an. Songs From Fame. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Good Morning Baltimore From Fame. Nikki Blonsky. The Kids From Fame. Album 1981 10 Songs. Try it to music from The Kids From Fame like Starmaker, Hi-Fidelity & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Kids From Fame. The Kids from Fame was the group name of several cast members from the 1980s television series Fame who had a number of hit singles and albums at the height of the show's success. The main vocalists of the group were Debbie Allen, Valerie Landsburg, Erica Gimpel, Carlo Imperato, Gene Anthony Ray, Lee Curreri, Lori Singer and P. Another vocalist, Irene Cara, did not appear in the TV series but sang the Fame theme song and played Coco in the original motion picture. The song catapulted Irene Cara to stardom. The Kids from Fame was the group name o. Hi Fidelity reached No. Along with this an album was released: The Kids from Fame. A series of singles and albums followed over the next 12 months with songs taken Guide for 80s TV series Fame. Basically this album is show casing season 2 songs as we've already had 2 albums for season 1 to have a season 1 song included here doesn't seem to fit for me. This song would have fitted quite nicely on the first album and one of Lee's season 2 songs could easily have been put on this album. However, if this song wasn't here Lee would have nothing to do at all on this album. Personally I don't think Lee and Debbie's vocals work very well together and the cello seems to make this song quite sombre. I Can Do Anything Better Than You Can featuring Debbie Allen, Erica Gimpel. I Still Believe in Me featuring Debbie Allen, Erica Gimpel. Life Is a Celebration featuring Erica Gimpel, Carlo Imperato. Step up to the Mike featuring Erica Gimpel, Carlo Imperato, Valerie Landsburg, Gene Anthony Ray. Hi-Fidelity featuring Valerie Landsburg. We Got the Power featuring Erica Gimpel, Gene Anthony Ray. It's Gonna Be a Long Night featuring Lori Singer