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Night to Remember
Cyndi Lauper
Night to Remember
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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Out of print in the U.S. Originally released in 1989, A Night To Remember includes the hit single 'I Drove All Night'. Sony.

      
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All Artists: Cyndi Lauper
Title: Night to Remember
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 5/9/1989
Re-Release Date: 10/25/1990
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: New Wave & Post-Punk, Adult Contemporary
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 074644431827, 074644431841, 5099746249922

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Out of print in the U.S. Originally released in 1989, A Night To Remember includes the hit single 'I Drove All Night'. Sony.

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Timeless
S. Foster | Moira, Co Armagh United Kingdom | 12/31/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Why this CD was so overlooked is as great a mystery to me as Lil Kim's dress sense. Lauper's return to the fray in 1989 with what is now one of her classics, the haunting I Drove All Night displayed a more mature offering from the gal who wanted to have fun. Yet this song is far from the best on the album. Written in a dark period of Cyndi's life, ANTR unleashes her vulnerabilities as well as some hidden talents which, 12 years later still astound me. From the funky Primitive to the torturous blues of My First Night Without You & then onto self-emancipation in Heading West, Cyndi's melodies were never so good, nor her voice so wrought. The tender Unconditional Love was so good that Susanna Hoffs tried to give it life later on & the album's closer, the Diane Warren penned I Don't Want To Be Your Friend is as tragic as it sounds. Lauper's voice trails off & the listener hangs on for another note. A tremendoulsy harrowing song which should have won a grammy. Lauper has never sounded so good, nor the world been so foolish as to let this album go"
DO NOT BUY THE ALBUM
Eleuterio | san diego, CA USA | 09/09/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"It is apparent to me that the Greatest Album Cyndi has ever churned out has received tepid reviews; by apparent "know-it-alls" who say what to and not-to buy.

I LOVE THIS CD

In a way, I am glad that not that many people KNOW that THIS IS Cyndi's Greatest Work. To me, its like a best kept secret that only I and a handful of other Cyndi lovers can treasure.

If you are not listening, You're missing out!

This is the type of music that will still be relevant years from now. 15 years strong and going, what does that tell you?"
The Ultimate Breakup CD . . . Raw Edged Emotion!
Kathleen Morones | Long Beach, CA USA | 09/15/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If art is truly a method of self-expression, fewer albums I have listened come as close to this one to revealing the emotional state of an artist. Cyndi Lauper delivers up track after track of searing emotion with a voice that can be compared to few. She demonstrates a range and quality that is truly unique. Every song reveals a different state of love as it evolves and ends, ranging from excitement to resignation. "I Drove All Night" deals with anticipation, "My First Night Without You" the first realization that a relationship is over and will never be the same, and finally, "I Don't Want to Be Your Friend" says everything you wish you could say to someone about a one-sided conclusion to a relationship.
The Ultimate Breakup Album, anyone who has ever been dumped, heartbroken, insecure over a relationship or just down right bitter can sing along to all the tracks. This album has transcended the decades and can be enjoyed by listeners today just as well as in 1989 when it was first released."