From the author of "The Lost Recordings of the Seventies" book and host of "The Lost 45s" radio show, Barry Scott put together the collection of hit singles that seemingly fade from the radio nowsday.
Although some of these 14 tracks are not hard-to-find, but all of them are indeed first rate gems of 70s and 80s decades. Not only the big hits like Starbuck's "Moonlight Feels Right" and Men Without Hats' "The Safety Dance", but also the second-best hits like Rupert Holmes' "Him", Eric Carman's "I Wanna Hear It From Your Lips", Chilliwack's "My Girl", and Quarterflash's "Find Another Fool. Some of the one-shot artists here are rare on CD, including Balance's "Breaking Away", Van Stephenson's "Moden Day Deliah", Tycoon's "Such A Woman", and Sneaker's "More Than Just A Two of Us". It really a good collection of obscure hits from those decades, even though it may be a bit pricy.