Wilde, Kim

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Wilde, Kim - Another Step Another Step
Pop Used - LP MCF 3339 MCA
Withdrawn UK Original.... more details
 
Wilde, Kim - Catch As Catch Can Catch As Catch Can
Pop Used - LP 1654081 RAK
1983 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Wilde, KIm - Kim Wilde Kim Wilde
Pop New - LP ST 17065 EMI
Sealed 1981 Orginal. Clean Cut Out Hole. “Daughter Of Pre-Beatles British Teen Idol Marty Wilde And Sister Of Auteur Ricky (Aka Ricki) Wilde, The Pouty, Adorable Kim Wilde Turned Out To Be A Reasonably Talented Pop Singer Herself. A Bit Older Than She Looked — She Was 20 When Her Debut (And Enduring International Claim To Fame) Single, "Kids In America," Hit The Charts — She Benefited Greatly From A Combination Of Nubile Sex Appeal, New Wave Pep And Her Family's Commercial Savvy (Not To Mention Connections). The Songs On Kim Wilde, Which Father And Son Wrote And Son Produced, Focus Thematically On Youth, Which Works For Kim's Image But Launches Her A Bit Closer To Featherweight Bubblegum Than One Would Think Prudent For A Carefully Calculated Record For A British Teen Market Already Set On The Likes Of Adam Ant, The Jam And Duran Duran. "Kids In America," "Chequered Love" And "Water On Glass" Are, Nonetheless, Wonderful Confections.” – Ira Robbins, Trouserpress.Com... more details
 
Wilde, Kim - Teases & Dares Teases & Dares
Pop New - LP MCA 5550 MCA
Sealed 1984 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Small Saw Cut.... more details
 
Wilde, Kim - Close Close
Pop Used - LP 42230 MCA
Rare 1988 Original With Shrink Still Intact. Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. “Kim Wilde's Sixth Album Is The First Since The Commercially Viable But Artistically Weak Artistic Makeover That Began With 1984's Teases And Dares To Approach The Quality Of Her First Three Albums. For The First Time In Three Albums, Wilde Sounds As If She's Comfortable With The Music She's Making; That This Music Is Clearly Inspired By The Chart Success Of The Stock-Aitken-Waterman Production Team, Then Having Enormous Hits With Bananarama, Kylie Minogue And Others, Might Seems A Little Calculated, But It Must Be Said: Stock, Aitken & Waterman Had Huge Hits Because They Made Unapologetically Catchy, Uncomplicated Pop Singles, And That's Never A Bad Thing. Toning Down The Hi-NRG Disco Sound Of Her Two Previous Albums, Wilde Moves Into A Dance-Pop Style That Suits Both The Songs And Her Voice Better. The Production Is Handled By Ricky Wilde And Tony Swain (Who Had Co-Produced Bananarama's Early Records), And Although It's Still Slick, The Album Isn't Nearly As Antiseptic As Another Step Or Teases And Dares. The Singles "You Came" And "Hey Mr. Heartache" Are Much Improved (Both Were U.K. Hits, Although The Album Didn't Generate Much Heat In The U.S.) Over Wilde's Recent Chart Efforts, And Album Tracks Like "Four-Letter Word" And "European Soul" Sound Like The Singer's Having Fun For The First Time In A While.” – Stewart Mason, All Music Guide... more details
 
Wilde, Kim - Close Close
Pop New - LP 42230 MCA
Sealed 1988 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Thin Saw Cut. “Kim Wilde's Sixth Album Is The First Since The Commercially Viable But Artistically Weak Artistic Makeover That Began With 1984's Teases And Dares To Approach The Quality Of Her First Three Albums. For The First Time In Three Albums, Wilde Sounds As If She's Comfortable With The Music She's Making; That This Music Is Clearly Inspired By The Chart Success Of The Stock-Aitken-Waterman Production Team, Then Having Enormous Hits With Bananarama, Kylie Minogue And Others, Might Seems A Little Calculated, But It Must Be Said: Stock, Aitken & Waterman Had Huge Hits Because They Made Unapologetically Catchy, Uncomplicated Pop Singles, And That's Never A Bad Thing. Toning Down The Hi-NRG Disco Sound Of Her Two Previous Albums, Wilde Moves Into A Dance-Pop Style That Suits Both The Songs And Her Voice Better. The Production Is Handled By Ricky Wilde And Tony Swain (Who Had Co-Produced Bananarama's Early Records), And Although It's Still Slick, The Album Isn't Nearly As Antiseptic As Another Step Or Teases And Dares. The Singles "You Came" And "Hey Mr. Heartache" Are Much Improved (Both Were U.K. Hits, Although The Album Didn't Generate Much Heat In The U.S.) Over Wilde's Recent Chart Efforts, And Album Tracks Like "Four-Letter Word" And "European Soul" Sound Like The Singer's Having Fun For The First Time In A While.” – Stewart Mason, All Music Guide... more details
 
Wilde, Kim - Close Close
Pop New - LP 42230 MCA
Sealed 1988 Original. “Kim Wilde's Sixth Album Is The First Since The Commercially Viable But Artistically Weak Artistic Makeover That Began With 1984's Teases And Dares To Approach The Quality Of Her First Three Albums. For The First Time In Three Albums, Wilde Sounds As If She's Comfortable With The Music She's Making; That This Music Is Clearly Inspired By The Chart Success Of The Stock-Aitken-Waterman Production Team, Then Having Enormous Hits With Bananarama, Kylie Minogue And Others, Might Seems A Little Calculated, But It Must Be Said: Stock, Aitken & Waterman Had Huge Hits Because They Made Unapologetically Catchy, Uncomplicated Pop Singles, And That's Never A Bad Thing. Toning Down The Hi-NRG Disco Sound Of Her Two Previous Albums, Wilde Moves Into A Dance-Pop Style That Suits Both The Songs And Her Voice Better. The Production Is Handled By Ricky Wilde And Tony Swain (Who Had Co-Produced Bananarama's Early Records), And Although It's Still Slick, The Album Isn't Nearly As Antiseptic As Another Step Or Teases And Dares. The Singles "You Came" And "Hey Mr. Heartache" Are Much Improved (Both Were U.K. Hits, Although The Album Didn't Generate Much Heat In The U.S.) Over Wilde's Recent Chart Efforts, And Album Tracks Like "Four-Letter Word" And "European Soul" Sound Like The Singer's Having Fun For The First Time In A While.” – Stewart Mason, All Music Guide... more details
 
Wilde, Kim - The Singles Collection 1981-1993 The Singles Collection 1981-1993
Pop Used - LP 10921 MCA
Rare 1993 UK Only Vinyl Release With Custom Inner Sleeve Housed In A Laminated Cover. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Wilde, Kim - Kim Wilde Kim Wilde
Pop New - LP ST 17065 EMI
Sealed 1981 Orginal. “Daughter Of Pre-Beatles British Teen Idol Marty Wilde And Sister Of Auteur Ricky (Aka Ricki) Wilde, The Pouty, Adorable Kim Wilde Turned Out To Be A Reasonably Talented Pop Singer Herself. A Bit Older Than She Looked — She Was 20 When Her Debut (And Enduring International Claim To Fame) Single, "Kids In America," Hit The Charts — She Benefited Greatly From A Combination Of Nubile Sex Appeal, New Wave Pep And Her Family's Commercial Savvy (Not To Mention Connections). The Songs On Kim Wilde, Which Father And Son Wrote And Son Produced, Focus Thematically On Youth, Which Works For Kim's Image But Launches Her A Bit Closer To Featherweight Bubblegum Than One Would Think Prudent For A Carefully Calculated Record For A British Teen Market Already Set On The Likes Of Adam Ant, The Jam And Duran Duran. "Kids In America," "Chequered Love" And "Water On Glass" Are, Nonetheless, Wonderful Confections.” – Ira Robbins, Trouserpress.Com... more details
 
Wilde, Kim - Teases & Dares Teases & Dares
Pop New - LP MCA 5550 MCA
Sealed 1984 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve And Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Cut Out Hole.... more details
 

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