It is a fitting backdrop to those moments when you Bachata - Various - Планета хитов 7 (Cassette) feeling hopeless and blue, but the music is often so pretty that it somehow is never depressing. Hector Acosta left the popular Los Toros Band in to form his orchestra, a move that gained him an even larger following. He's primarily a salsa singer although this bachata appeared on his debut album, Bachata - Various - Планета хитов 7 (Cassette), Eternamente.
Currently, the biggest name in urban bachata, Aventura has had over 20 hits emerge from their six studio albums. A well-known name among bachateros, Yoskar Sarante, is involved with nueva bachata, sometimes called 'bachateo' which is a mix of reggaeton and bachata.
Whether a track is Dominican reggaeton, bachata or bachateo, the themes are almost always romantic. This is the bachata version of "Carita de Angel. On the back cover, we now only have on display the "flying amazon bird" and Anti-piracy logo's, the usual "Warner Brothers Records" and "compact disc" logo's have been removed.
Again the exact same disc has also been included which was used on both the earlier Videolar pressings. Todos os direitos reservados. Proibida a reproducao, execucao publica e locacao desautorizadas sob as Bachata - Various - Планета хитов 7 (Cassette) da lei.
The actual disc itself is similar to the earlier Videolar pressings and again includes the large yellow a-ha logo at the top, the remainder of the text is printed in silver. Proibida a reproducao, execucao publica e locao desautorizadas sob as penas da lei". The "Warner Brothers Records" and "compact disc" logo's are also displayed as well as an additional "flying amazon" bird logo which did not appear on the earlier Videolar pressed discs.
The disc itself is navy with beige text. Reservados todos los derechos. Ley Hecho en Chile El Disco es Cultura". The actual Catalogue number used on both pressings is exactly the same WEA The Chilean cassette release of "Headlines And Deadlines" comes with a different layout and design compared to the European release.
The front cover comes with the usual album artworks but printed in the centre with a white strip shown at both the top and bottom. The a-ha logo and title has been printed in the three usual colours beige, blue and white. On the inside of the insert which is white with black text, the full track listing is shown on the left hand side all in English along with some production information, track lengths and track credits.
Santiago - Chile". Also displayed inside the insert is a black and white picture of the three band members taken from the artworks used for the single "You Are The One". On the back sleeve at the top left hand corner the "Popron"logo is printed in black letters on a white background with the coding 50 displayed underneath, the rest of the sleeve is otherwise of a similar design to the original European release which includes the same Catalogue number FRANCE WE Some pressings of the disc come with a large centre silver ring whilst others use the more standard clear plastic ring.
The matrix coding on both discs is however the same; "GZ CC 50 ". The back cover is black and displays the artworks for the Move To Memphis single. The full track listed is printed in cream down the left hand side, the "Warner Brothers Records" and "LC " coding is also present.
The release also comes with the 6 page CD booklet which features pictures taken from different single releases printed on a black background, the text included is printed in three different colours beige, blue and white. The disc itself is coloured navy blue with beige text and doesn't have the silver rim around the outer edge of the disc. Some Copyright information is also included around the bottom edge of the disc. There is also some Matrix coding shown around the centre ring of the disc which reads WME.
This edition was available in the UK, see above. The usual CD booklet is also included. The disc is again navy with beige text but now includes an outer silver ring to it which doesn't appear on the first issue.
The Matrix coding around the centre ring is also slightly different to read The design of the disc used is the same as the first issue and doesn't include the outer silver rim on the edge of the disc which appeared on the second issue, but the Matrix coding has again been changed to now read Additionally displayed on the front cover of the CD case is a round yellow sticker with a white!
The same usual CD booklet is also included. The disc is again navy and includes an outer silver rim to the disc, but the text has now been printed in cream rather than beigemaking it much more clearer. Also the track listing displayed on the right hand side is somewhat smaller compared to the earlier FRANCE pressings. The "Warner Music Europe" Logo has also been inscribed onto the silver centre ring of the disc and the Matrix coding has now been changed to The "Headlines And Deadlines" European CD album re-issue was again re-released with the same Catalogue number WEthe usual front and back cover artworks has been used and it also includes the exact same CD booklet.
The colour of the disc itself has now changed from the usual navy to now dark green, the text has again been printed in cream and just like the previous CD re-issue there is a silver outer rim to the disc. The Matrix coding around the Centre ring of the disc reads There is another European CD album edition of the "Headlines And Deadlines" which uses the Catalogue number WE and includes the same front and back cover sleeves but additionally comes in a white tray, rather than a grey one, the disc itself also differs and comes instead with a large silver double ring.
There appears to be at least two slightly different coloured discs which are known to exist, one is navy and the other is greeny blue, both include the same matrix coding around the centre rim which reads 1.
The layout and design is otherwise exactly the same. It is not thought that this pressing was used for the general release in the UK as it seems rather scarce. The Manufacturing information also displays that it was "Manufactured in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe", it also comes with the same front and back cover artworks and includes the 6 page CD booklet.
The reverse of the sleeve also has a similar layout to the original release containing a black background with the same track listing in varied font sized lettering and printed in the beige, blue and white colouring down the left-hand side. The picture of a-ha in the bottom right-hand corner taken from the "Move To Memphis" single is also included.
At the top left-hand side of the back sleeve, above the track listing is a white barcode, but coming with a slightly different layout and revised number "0 ". The record itself comes with white labels and black printed text, and has a similar layout including font size of text to the original release, although with some slight differences.
The full track listing is included at the lower half of each label, and set out in the same way as the original edition to include track credits and track lengths. Records Inc. The usual LC coding and black RPM triangle-displaying "33" at the bottom is however displayed the same.
The Catalogue number also included at the bottom of each side has changed to show R The white barcode on the back cover is also slightly smaller compared to the European release, it also includes the same European CD booklet. The disc itself is Navy and the a-ha logo at the top is coloured cream, the remainder of the text is displayed in silver. There is an outer rim to the disc which is clear rather than silver which appears on some of the later European pressings of the same album. The usual Copyright information which appears around the bottom edge of the disc has been omitted from this French pressing.
Inthe album was rereleased in the same case, but slipped inside a unique white carton sleeve sponsored by NRJ radio. On the spine and cover of the sleeve it calls the album "Best Of a-ha". There is something a little bit stange about this photo as Morten has bright green eyes rather than his normal blue ones! Below the picture five of the tracks are mentioned and to the right is the NRJ-logo.
The background of the reverse of the sleeve is a red square with a white border and a large black outlined a-ha-logo. The track li stings are in white and there is a small colour shot of the "Headlines And Deadlines" album in the bottom left hand corner.
The CD inside the packaging is the same as the regular edition of "Headlines And Deadlines" except that the disc is a lighter petrol blue colour with lighter coloured writing. There is another French slip-case version of "Headlines and Deadlines".
The cover is black with a thick red sripe along the bottom. A picture of the regular album cover with a thin white border is printed in the bottom right section. The title " best of A-ha" is printed in large white letters top left with a red star behind. The disc comes in a white disc tray and is navy with white text instead of the usual beige colour. The disc also comes with a silver outer rim on the edge of the disc and uses the original matrix coding reference WME.
It also comes with the same front and back cover artworks and includes the 6 page European booklet. There is a German acetate CD which comes with a white stiff folded insert with the title in black on the front and tracks listed on the back. Promo information and blue logos are printed at the bottom of the front of the insert. The disc is blank on both sides apart from the catalogue number etched around the centre.
The artworks on the front cover and spine is virtually the same as the regular release, there is a ten paged mini booklet included inside displaying the usual artworks for each single. The background colouring on some of the pages is however different compared to the CD booklet.
The back cover comes with a white barcode and all of the other text is shown in white. The artworks for the single Move to Memphis is also shown. On the inside of the back cover which is removable and actually folds out to display the same front cover artworks, and includes some other operating and looking after your DCC information.
The tape itself is charcoal and shows the front cover artworks on the top, with the title, "WB Records" logo and Catalogue number displayed on the spine.
The same Manufacturing and Copyright information is additionally included on the bottom of Bachata - Various - Планета хитов 7 (Cassette) tape. The album Headlines and Deadlines can be found inside a special Memorial Beach promo case. Click here for details. There is Greek CD release of "Headlines And Deadlines" which comes in a Cardboard Digi-pak instead of the usual Jewel case, it displays the usual front and back cover artworks.
There is no barcode on the back cover and the Catalogue number has been changed to On the left hand side, it houses the 6 page booklet which is the same as the European release but does not include the Catalogue number on the back page. The design of the front cover and spine is virtually the same as the German DDC release, it also includes the same ten paged mini booklet inside displaying the usual artworks for each single, but the background colouring on some pages being different compared to the CD release.
The fold out back cover is again the same as the German made DDC, including the same white barcode and displaying all the other text in white. The artworks for the single Move to Memphis is also included and the full track listing is printed as usual down the left hand side.
The Indonesian cassette is similar to the European release with a fold out sleeve but has the text "Hanya Untuk Dijual Di Indonesia" printed in white at the top of the sleeve. On the inside of the folded insert on side 2 above the artworks for "Move to Memphis", it displays some Manufacturing and Copyright information which reads "Manufactured in Indonesia under licence from WEA International Inc.
No licence is granted or is to be implied by the sale or supply of this cassette or container there of under or in relation to any trademark of copyright of or owned by WEA International Inc. On the back cover, it additionally includes some other Trademark information which reads "Trade mark and recording licensed to PT. Aquarius Musikindo for manufacture and sale in Indonesia only", it also includes the European Catalogue numbers printed in white above the bar code.
An additional Indonesian Catalogue number W is also displayed at the bottom of the spine. The tape is transparent clear with a grey centre piece and white printed text. There is an Israel CD album which comes with the standard German made European WE CD case displaying the regular front and back cover artworks printed in the three usual colours, the usual European colour booklet is included.
The disc inside is different and is coloured instead navy blue with tan coloured text. The Israel made cassette comes with a similar front and back cover to the European release including the text being in Bachata - Various - Планета хитов 7 (Cassette) three usual colours.
There is no Catalogue number displayed at the bottom of the spine. The first edition comes with a white tape with blue printed text, whilst the second edition, comes instead with black printed text.
The layout and Bachata - Various - Планета хитов 7 (Cassette) of both editions is otherwise exactly the same. The regular first Japanese CD album was released on the 18th November and comes with a white and green obi strip with red, black, yellow, blue and white text. It comes with a white folded lyric sheet with tracks in both English and Japanese.
The disc is Navy with a Pink a-ha logo at the top, the rest of the text is printed in silver. It has a different catalogue number WPCR compared to the "regular" first release. The obi strip is white and yellow with black text and comes with the red and yellow "bomb" hot price logo. It comes with a white tray, rather than grey and includes an additional white lyric booklet instead of the folded sheet, displaying all the tracks in both Japanese and English.
The disc is again Navy with the pink a-ha logo at the top and silver text. The promo edition comes with a red and white japanese sticker stuck over the Manufacturing information on the back cover and the word "SAMPLE" is etched in black around the centre of the disc.
There is another Japanese re-issue which was released after the "Lifelines" album. It comes instead with a black obi strip with gold, blue and white text plus a colour shot of the "Lifelines" album. The disc used is exactly the same as the one previous used on the Hot Price album release and comes again in a white disc tray. It also comes with the same white paper booklet with the lyrics in both Japanese and English. The same catalogue number WPCR has also been used. The Japanese album was re-issued again on 1 Aprilit is almost identical to the earlier releases described above but has another different obi-strip and catalogue number.
The back of the obi-strip is white with black text and again displays the full track listing in Japanese, the inside of the obi-strip is white with a "Warner Music Life" advert. It also comes with the white paper lyric booklet. The catalogue number is WPCR The regular white paper lyric booklet is also included. It comes with a different Catalogue number WPCR and includes an additional white obi strip with black, blue and red text.
The front of the obi at the top includes a black square displaying the "SHM-CD Series" logo in white with a blue strip containing some other Japanese text underneath. In the centre of the front obi, a-ha is displayed vertically in red with the album title listed in Japanese and printed in black down the left-hand side.
Some additional Japanese text is included down the right-hand side of the A-ha logo again in black. At the bottom end of the obi is a small "Warner Brothers" logo with some Japanese text included above and below it. On the obi spine, there is a series of five black and white squares along the top giving a filmstrip effect. The red and black Japanese budget-price yen reissue series logo containing the image of the microphone is also included.
The centre of the spine displays the same vertical red a-ha with the album title again listed in black Japanese font. On the reverse of the obi-strip, there is a cartoon image of a guy wearing glasses holding a microphone in one hand and holding his left-hand out on the other, which appears to advertise the Japanese budget-price reissue series. The reissue series logo is also included to the right. The Catalogue number is contained in a small white triangle in the top left-hand corner.
The full track listing is listed down and centre of the back obi, all in Japanese and printed in black, each track contains a track number at the start which is displayed in red. UPC ". The Korean CD release comes with a similar front and back cover to the European release, it also includes the same colour booklet. The white barcode on the back cover is larger compared to the European release and includes a different number 8 Registration No.
Unauthorized duplication". The actual disc itself is silver with black printed text and is completely different compared to the first release which came with a light blue disc with beige text. The European Catalogue number used for this korean second pressing is shown at the lower centre of the disc. The Korean cassette of "Headlines And Deadlines" differs slightly compared to the German made European release and comes in at least three slightly different variations.
The same regular front cover artwork is used on all, but the band member picture has been relocated much nearer to the top of the sleeve, in order to include a navy blue strip along the bottom.
All three variations of the cassette include a fold-out sleeve. The first issue comes with a blue spine with white printed text. The "WB" logo is additionally shown oriented at the bottom. The back sleeve comes without a barcode and displays the full track listing including track lengths down the left hand side for side A and down the right hand side for side B.
A Warner Music Group Company. Made in Korea. Unauthorized Duplication is a Violation of Applicable Laws". The Standard European Catalogue number is also shown. The tape itself is off white and comes with a light grey stickered label and blue printed text. Along the top is "A-HA" with the track listing shown underneath to each side.
There is another edition of the cassette which again comes without a barcode and is very similar to the earlier first issue. The colouring of the title on the spine has been changed and is now printed and displayed in pink instead of the previous white.
The tape is also virtually the same as the earlier issue with the light grey and blue stickered label showing the exact same layout and design, but is now coloured plain white rather than off-white. An additional "Warner Music" silver logo has also been added on the clear centre part, in-between both cogs to each side. There is a third pressing of the cassette which is similar to the second edition including the same Pink text used on the spine, but the release now includes a white barcode on the back sleeve.
The track listing including track lengths, comes with a slightly different layout and font size compared to both earlier releases, Side "A" is listed on the left hand side of the barcode, with Side "B" on the right hand side. The Distributing and Manufacturing information is now displayed all in Korean.
Unlike the earlier editions, both the Catalogue number and Copyright Information have been omitted from the back sleeve.
The tape itself is exactly the same as the second edition coming with a plain white tape with the light grey stickered label and blue printed text. The silver "Warner Music" logo in-between both cogs is again included. The Malaysian cassette differs slightly compared to the European release, it was duplicated by "Tatik". All of the text on the sleeve is white rather than some of it being in beige and light blue.
Although this release has the same catalogue number as the European release, the additional numbers WXC and WE are not present.
Some copies also display the Warner Music Group logo, which has also been engraved into the centre part of the tape in-between the spools of each side, and on the actual back of the cassette case itself. The Mexican CD release comes with the regular front and back cover artworks printed in the usual three different colours. Estas prohibiciones estan penadas conforme a los Articulos Fraccion lll del Codigo aplicables, vigentes, incluyendo las de caracter internacional.
C P Mexico. Tel ". There are two slightly different pressings known to exist. The first pressing includes a silver "FLAPF" hologram sticker on the front of the CD case, it comes with a dark blue coloured disc with cream text and is very similar to the European release, it was made by Sonopress. The second pressing comes instead with a silver "ifpi" hologram sticker on the front of the CD case. The same Catalogue number is used on both pressings 5, but differs from the usual European Catalogue number.
The cassette differs slightly from the European release, it comes with the usual fold out sleeve but all of the text is printed in white instead of the three usual colours beige, blue and white. There are at least two slightly different pressings which come with a different layout to the back cover. Acapulco No.
Estas prohibiciones estan penadas conforme a los Articulos del Codigo Penal y y de la Ley Federal Sobre el Derecho de Autor y demas normas legales aplicables vigentes". The second pressing comes again with the exact same front cover and spine as the first pressing but the back cover is different to include instead a plain white sleeve with black printed text; the layout is also different with the Spanish track listing now being shown down the left and right hand sides, there is also an additional white barcode included in the centre.
The inside of the folded insert comes with the regular album artworks as before and again additionally includes the Mexican Catalogue number CXMB, plus same Spanish Manufacturing and Copyright Information printed on side 2.
The usual "WB" logo is shown on the left hand side and the Catalogue number on the right hand side. The title is printed in red on the spine, but the actual "WB" logo on the first edition is somewhat smaller compared to that on the second edition, it also doesn't include the word "RECORDS" after the logo. The full track listing is included on the fold-out part of both editions, printed in both Spanish and English.
The back sleeve on the first edition is white, whilst on the second edition, it is instead light blue. The layout on both is otherwise exactly the same. Under the track listing on the back sleeve, there is a picture of a cassette tape with crossbones displaying some Spanish Copyright Warning information "Estos fonogramas estan protegidos en favor de su productor conforme a Ley.
Prohibido el alquiler, reproduccion y comunicacion publica sin la autorizacion escrita de su productor fonografico. Toda violacion esta penada por los articulos y siguientes del Codigo Penal. La adquisicion de este ejemplar no faculta su explotacion". The tape on both editions is the same, transparent clear with white stickered paper labels and black printed text, the title is displayed along the top with the "WB" logo shown in the top left hand corner, the wording "RECORDS" is displayed within the logo on the first edition, but is displayed afterwards on the second one.
The front and back sleeves are similar to the European release, except for the text in the right hand corner of the front sleeve is printed in white rather in three colours and all text on the back sleeve is in white. The actual disc is dark blue with a large orange a-ha logo at the top.
The remainder of the text is printed in silver, set out in a similar way to that on the European release. The folded insert is very similar to the European release but all of the text is printed in white instead of the three usual colours. The Catalogue number on the spine has also been changed to use just the standard European number A Warner Communications Company".
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