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Cyndi is pure Brilliant and Raw to the Core! I truly Love the rough cuts most, remixes, the new & old and the makings of's.
She's So Unusual was just released and it blazed with a vivid kaleidoscope of styles including new wave, pop, post-punk, girl-group Motown and reggae. It was a perfect complement to Lauper's astonishingly supple voice and the irresistible vibrancy of the songs immediately endeared them to audiences all over the world.
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Cyndi Lauper – She’s So Unusual: A 30th Anniversary Celebration
Artist...............: Cyndi Lauper
Album................: She’s So Unusual: A 30th Anniversary Celebration
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CD 1: Original LP (released as Portrait FR 38930, 1983) and new remixes
Money Changes Everything
Girls Just Want to Have Fun
When You Were Mine
Time After Time
All Through the Night
I’ll Kiss You
He’s So Unusual
Girls Just Want to Have Fun (Yolanda Be Cool Remix)
Time After Time (NERVO Back in Time Remix)
Time After Time (Bent Collective Remix)
CD 2: Bonus material (previously unreleased except where noted)
Girls Just Want to Have Fun (1983 Early Guitar Demo)
All Through the Night (1983 Rehearsal with Studio Dialog)
Rules and Regulations (1983 Rehearsal)
Money Changes Everything (Demo)
Girls Just Want to Have Fun (Demo)
Right Track, Wrong Train (B-side to “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” – Portrait 37-04120, 1983)
Witness (Live @ The Metro, Boston – 5/2/1984)
She Bop (Special Dance Mix by Arthur Baker) (12? A-side – Portrait 4R9 05011, 1984)
Time After Time (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
On October 14, 1983, the world discovered that of Cyndi Lauper, catapulting the artist’s debut album to Top 5 status. The native New Yorker picked up two Grammy Awards for She’s So Unusual, and over the years has remained in the limelight as a recording star, club favorite, Broadway composer, fashion icon and LGBT rights activist.
On April 1, Legacy Recordings celebrate the 30th anniversary of Lauper’s first album with a reissue available in 1-CD, 2-CD and 1-LP formats. The centerpiece of the campaign is the 2-CD edition, which feature never-before-released demos, rehearsals, live performances and more. All three editions also boast three new remixes, hardly an unusual move for an artist whose music still reverberates on the dancefloor.
Lauper’s “Sex is in the Heel,” from her Tony Award-winning musical Kinky Boots, was a Top 10 Dance hit in the U.S. even before the show opened on Broadway.
She’s So Unusual marked Lauper’s creative freedom following the break-up of her band Blue Angel. In addition to four tracks co-written by Lauper including “Time After Time,” the LP repertoire included tracks by Prince (“When You Were Mine”), Robert Hazard (“Girls Just Want to Have Fun”), Jules Shear (“All Through the Night” and Lauper co-write “I’ll Kiss You”), former Hollies member Mikael Rickfors (“Yeah, Yeah”) and even the late Al Sherman, father of Disney Legends Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman (the brief title track, written as “He’s So Unusual” in the 1920s!).
Five singles were released from the Portrait Records album, and all five reached the Billboard Hot 100’s Top 30 – “Girls Just Want to Have Fun,” “Time After Time,” “She Bop,” “All Through the Night” and “Money Changes Everything.” The first four all shot to the Top 5, with “Time After Time” reaching the coveted No. 1 spot and “Girls” not far behind at No. 2. Produced by Rick Chertoff and featuring Rob Hyman and Eric Bazilian of the band The Hooters as well as Brill Building legend Ellie Greenwich on background vocals, She’s So Unusual made Lauper the first female artist to have four Top 10 singles on a debut album. It went on to sell over 16 million copies worldwide and netted Grammys for Best Album Package as well as for Lauper as Best New Artist. Her unique fashion sense and bold, colorful personality also made her a natural for the nascent music video form, and she picked up an MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video for “Girls Just Want to Have Fun.”
All formats of She’s So Unusual include three new remixes of album tracks – the Yolanda Be Cool remix of “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” and Nervo and Bent Collective remixes of “Time After Time.” The 2-CD edition includes a nine-track second disc, with demos of “Girls” (two different versions) and “Money Changes Everything” plus rehearsal recordings of “Rules and Regulations” and “All Through the Night,” a 1984 live performance from Boston of “Witness,” Arthur Baker’s remix of “She-Bop,” a rough mix of “Time After Time,” and the non-LP B-side “Right Train, Wrong Track,” co-written by Lauper, Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Kent.
“I’m always looking forward, trying to do something that’s new and different,” states Lauper in connection with the upcoming reissue. “But every once in a while it’s good to look back and celebrate. I’ve always been proud of this album, with the statement we made and, most importantly, what it has meant to my fans, I want to thank them for all the years of support,” said Lauper.