Amanda Lear discography

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Artist = Amanda Lear



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This is a listing of singles and albums released by French singer Amanda Lear. Lear achieved her greatest international success during the years 1976 and 1983 when she was signed to West German label Ariola Records, including hit singles like "Blood And Honey", "Tomorrow", "Queen Of Chinatown", "Follow Me", "Enigma (Give A Bit Of Mmh To Me)", "Gold", "Fashion Pack (Studio 54)", "The Sphinx", "Diamonds", "Fabulous 'Lover Love Me'", "Ho Fatto L'Amore Con Me", "When", "Solomon Gundie", "Nymphomania", "Égal" and "Fever". The six Ariola albums "I Am A Photograph, Sweet Revenge, Never Trust A Pretty Face, Diamonds For Breakfast, Incognito" and "Tam-Tam" were all released in Continental Europe as well as Scandinavia, Japan, South America and some parts of the former Eastern Bloc - Lear was in fact one of the very few Western artists in the seventies to have her music officially released in the Soviet Union, on state-owned label Melodiya. Albums and singles released as of 1984 - hits compilations not included - have mainly only been available in France, Italy and Germany.

Labels, pressings and back catalogue rights

Amanda Lear's debut single "Trouble", a cover of Elvis Presley's 1958 classic, was initially released on the British market on label Creole Records in 1975. The single passed fairly unnoticed in the UK, Lear did however record a French language version of the track, "La Bagarre", which was released by the French subsidiary of label Polydor Records. "La Bagarre" was initially only a moderate success in France as well, but did gain some attention in West Germany where it entered the singles chart. It was subsequently licensed and re-released by German Polydor in March 1976, with Lear promoting the single on legendary German TV-show Musikladen in May of that same year, which resulted in her being offered a seven year and six albums recording contract by label Ariola Records. "La Bagarre" appeared on the first European editions of 1977 debut album "I Am A Photograph" which also contained her international breakthrough single "Blood And Honey".

Having signed to Ariola Records in West Germany, Lear's material was released internationally beginning with the aforementioned "Blood And Honey" in December of 1976. Following her initial signing to Ariola, various other labels were used to distribute her material in other nations, for example both Polydor, RCA Victor and Ariola in Italy. In other countries like Sweden, the albums and singles were initially imported West German pressings. With Lear achieving mainstream success in Sweden in 1980 with album "Diamonds For Breakfast", reaching #4 on the albums chart in April of that year, the Swedish Ariola distributor CBS Records did however start manufacturing its own pressings of both albums and seven inch singles to meet with public demand. They also issued singles like "When" (1980) and "Nymphomania" (1981), targeted for the Scandinavian market specifically, although these tracks were never A-side releases in West Germany or any other territory - making them highly collectible.

In 1982 Lear took legal action against Ariola-Eurodisc in order to be released from her recording contract on the grounds of artistic differences. The lawsuit was unsuccessful and she remained with the label as stipulated in the original deal until December 31 1983, resulting in single "Incredibilmente Donna" and album "Tam-Tam" being recorded in Italy and double A-side single "Love Your Body"/"Darkness And Light" with Anthony Monn's sound engineer Peter Lüdemann. The relationship between Lear and her former record company was to stay strained all the way into the early 2000s.

Since parting with Ariola-Eurodisc - as of the late eighties a daughter label of BMG-Ariola, eventually absorbed into what is now Sony BMG Music Entertainment - Lear has been signed to the following labels:
* WEA Italiana SpA (1984) for single "Assasino"/"Stato D'allarme". Now a part of Warner Music Group.
* Five Records, Italy (1984-1986). Former Italian label, now defunct.
* Merak Music, Italy (1985). Former Italian label, now defunct.
* Carrere Records/Carrere Disques, France (1986-1990). Now a part of the Warner Music Group. European publishing rights to album "Secret Passion" and worldwide rights to album "Tant Qu'il Y Aura Des Hommes" with the exception of title "Métamorphose" held by Siebenpunkts Verlags GmbH, Germany.
* Virgin Records, Italy (1988) for tracks "Tomorrow (Voulez-Vous Un Rendezvous)" and "Inch Allah Ça Va" with band CCCP Fedeli Alla Linea. Virgin Records is now a sublabel of EMI Music Group.
* Ricordi International, Italy (1989). European publishing rights to eight tracks from album "Uomini Più Uomini" held by Siebenpunkt Verlags GmbH.
* Chène Music, France (1993).
* Giungla Records, Italy (1995). Worldwide publishing rights to track "Everytime You Touch Me" held by Siebenpunkt Verlags.
* ZYX Music, Germany (1995). Owner of Mint Records Germany and Siebenpunkt Verlags, Germany.
* Dig-It International, Italy (1998). Former Italian label, now defunct. Worldwide publishing rights to eleven tracks on album "Back In Your Arms", remixes of 1998 re-recording of "Queen Of Chinatown" and tracks "Mellow Yellow", "They're Coming To Take Me Away Ha-Haaa!" & "C'est Si Bon" held by Siebenpunkt Verlags, Germany.
* EMI Music, France (2000) for Paris Pride re-recording of "Follow Me".
* Caus-N'-ff-ct Records (2000) Sublabel of Sony-BMG, for re-recording of Giorgio Moroder's "From Here To Eternity". Publishing rights held by Siebenpunkt Verlags, Germany.
* Le Marais Prod., France (2001-2002).
* Ice Records, Italy (2002) for track "Cocktail D'Amore".
* Virgin Records, Belgium (2002) Sublabel of EMI Music Group, for duet "Beats Of Love" with Get Ready.
* Sony BMG Italy (2004) for duet "Martini Disease" with band Jetlag.
* Dance Street Music, Germany (2005-2007) Sublabel of ZYX Music/Mint Records/Siebenpunkt Verlags, Germany.

'False' greatest hits compilations

In 1998 Amanda Lear misguidedly decided to re-record nine of her best known songs from the disco era for album/compilation "Back In Your Arms", namely "These Boots Are Made For Walking", "Follow Me", "The Sphinx", "Tomorrow" (2 versions), "Enigma (Give A Bit Of Mmh To Me)", "Queen Of Chinatown", "Fashion Pack (Studio 54)", "Blood And Honey" and "Fabulous Lover Love Me". The album was produced and issued by minor Italian label Dig-It International and only met with limited critical and commercial success on its initial release.

Later that same year German BMG-Ariola re-released "Back In Your Arms" under the title "Amanda '98 - Follow Me Back In My Arms" but chose to replace most of the re-interpretations with the original Ariola versions recorded in the seventies and eighties.

The publishing rights to the ten Dig-It re-recordings were however acquired by German company Siebenpunkt Verlags GmbH [http://www.siebenpunkt.com/index.php?id=586&L=0] , a subsidiary of ZYX Music/Mint Records Germany. The manufacturing rights have then in turn been licensed to a large number of fairly obscure European mid-price labels, such as Jaba Music Switzerland, Edel Music/NAR International Germany, Brioche Edizioni Musicali Italy, Falcon Neuen Medien Germany, Harmony Music Holland, Silver Star Germany, Versailles Music France, Universe Music Germany and Laserlight Digital Germany.

The manufacturing rights to these recordings have on three occasions also been bought by European susidiaries to the Big Four record labels: Warner Music Group Italy, Puzzle Music France - a division of Sony BMG Music Entertainment France, and Carosello - a sublabel of Universal Music Italy.

Consequently, these ten tracks are now regularly being re-packaged and re-released on the European market, usually coupled with less known tracks dating from the eighties and nineties, as being 'Amanda Lear's Greatest Hits' - a truth with modification.

CD titles include "Follow Me - The Greatest Hits", "Divinamanda", "The Queen Is Amanda - Platinum Edition", "I'm a Mistery - The Whole Story", "28 Golden Hits - The Very Best Of - Gold", "Made of Blood and Honey", "Living Legend", "Amanda Lear", "Follow Me (1999)", "Greatest Hits", "Follow Me (2000)", "The Best Of Amanda Lear", "Follow Me (2002)", "Amanda Lear - Follow Me" etc. The 90s versions can also often be found on 'various artists' compilations such as "Disco Magic", "Feten Hits", "Dance Hits Of The 70's", "Dance Hits Of The 80's", "Eurodisco Classics", "Disco Kult" and so on.

While these nine songs indeed are some of Amanda Lear's greatest hits, and performed by her and nobody else - the versions offered on these budget compilations are "not" the million-selling recordings made in Munich in the seventies with producer Anthony Monn but most obviously those from the comparatively unsuccessful "Back In Your Arms" album recorded some twenty years later, a fact that these companies usually fail to mention in their sleeve notes. The original Ariola versions are as a rule only available on albums issued by Sony BMG.

Amanda Lear herself has in several interviews made it clear that she has no control of all these compilations being issued [http://www.eurodancehits.com/learinterviews.html] , [http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/a/amanda_lear.html] , [http://www.tv.com/amanda-lear/person/576600/summary.html] , and the only career retrospectives to have been released with her approval are 2005's "Forever Glam! - The Best Of 1976-2005" and Sony-BMG's 2006 three disc boxed set "The Sphinx - Das Beste Aus Den Jahren 1976-1983".

In all fairness, these bargain bin CDs do also contain tracks from long-deleted and hard to find albums such as "Secret Passion" and "Uomini Più Uomini" plus the occasional rarity. Even so, if you decide to spend your money on any of these compilations, make sure you do so for the right reasons.

tudio albums and main compilations

LP

*1977: "I Am A Photograph" Studio album. (Ariola Records - unreleased on CD)
*1978: "Sweet Revenge" Studio album. (Ariola Records)
*1978: Original soundtrack - "The Pyjama Girl Case" (Italy, Cinevox - unreleased on CD)
*1979: "Never Trust A Pretty Face" Studio album. (Ariola Records - unreleased on CD)
*1980: "Diamonds For Breakfast" Studio album. (Ariola Records - unreleased on CD)
*1981: "Incognito" Studio album. (Ariola Records - unreleased on CD)
*1982: "Ieri, Oggi" Compilation, 12 trks. (Italy, Ariola Records - unreleased on CD)
*1983: "Tam-Tam" Studio album. (Ariola Records - unreleased on CD)
*1985: "A L" Studio album. (Italy, Five Records - unreleased on CD)
*1986: "Poet Amanda Lear" (USSR - Melodiya 13935-6)
*1987: "Secret Passion" Studio album. (France, Italy, Canada, Carrere-Ibach)
*1989: "Uomini Più Uomini" Studio album. (Italy, Ricordi International)
*1990: "Tant Qu'il Y Aura Des Hommes" Studio album. (France, Carrere-Ibach-Arta Communication)

CD

*1978: "Sweet Revenge" Studio album. (Germany; BMG-Ariola)
*1989: "Super 20" First CD compilation of Ariola recordings, 20 trks. (West Germany & South Africa; BMG-Ariola)
*1990: "Follow Me (Ariola Express - Gold-Serie)" Ariola recordings compilation, 16 trks. (Germany; BMG-Ariola)
*1990: "Tant Qu'il Y Aura Des Hommes" Studio album. (France, Carrere-Arta Communication)
*1991: "The Collection" Ariola recordings compilation, 11 trks. (Germany, BMG-Ariola)
*1993: "Cadavrexquis" Studio album. (France: Chène Music, Germany: Mint Records/ZYX Music)
*1995: "Hits and More". Compilation; single "Everytime You Touch Me", original Ariola hits, various 80's and 90's recordings. (Italy, Giungla Records/BMG)
*1995: "Alter Ego" Studio album. (Germany; ZYX Music, Italy; Giungla Records/BMG)
*1998: "Amanda '98 - Follow Me Back in My Arms" German edition of "Back In Your Arms". (Germany and South Africa; BMG-Ariola)
*1998: "Queen of Chinatown" Ariola recordings compilation, 16 trks. (Germany, BMG-Ariola)
*1998: "Amanda Lear - The Collection" Ariola recordings compilation, 16 trks. (Germany, Spain, Russia: BMG-Ariola)
*1998: "Golden Stars" Ariola recordings compilation. (West Germany; BMG-Ariola)
*2000: Various Artists - "Paris Pride 2000" 2 CD, 37 trk compilation including "Follow Me (2000 Re-Recording)". (France, EMI 724352705221)
*2001: "Heart " (a.k.a. "Tendance" & "Love Boat)" Studio album (France; Le Marais Prod.)
*2003: "Tendance" Studio album - German re-issue of "Heart" (Germany: Sony Music/Le Marais Prod.)
*2005: "Forever Glam! - The Best of 1976-2005" Compilation; greatest hits, 2 new recordings and 2 rarities. (France; Edina Music)
*2006: "The Sphinx - Das Beste Aus Den Jahren 1976-1983" 3 CD boxed set, 42 trks, digitally remastered. (Germany; Sony BMG Music Entertainment)
*2006: "With Love" Studio album. (France)
*2007: "With Love" German edition with 1 bonustrack : "Johnny" (live) (Germany; Dance Street; DST 77065-2)
*2008: "Amour Toujours" Italian edition of "With Love" with 2 new songs : a modern version of "Queen Of China-Town" and a salsa version of "Tomorrow" (Italy; Saifam; COM 1185-2)

Mid-price compilations and re-releases

*1993: "Indovina Chi Sono" Re-release of album "Uomini Più Uomini/Tant Qu'il Y Aura Des Hommes" with alternate title and artwork. (Italy: Farad Records)
*1993: "Télégramme" As above. (France: JBR Records)
*1993: "Je T'aime" As above. (Italy: Joker/Disco 3)
*1994: "Indovina Chi Sono" As above. (Germany: Arcade/Mint Records)
*1994: "Télégramme" As above. (France, Arcade)
*1995: "Indovina Chi Sono" As above. (Germany: ZYX Music/Mint Records)
*1997: "Amanda Lear" Various 80's and 90's tracks. (Germany, Laserlight Digital)
*1997: "Alter Ego" Re-release of original album with alternate artwork. (Italy: DV More)
*1998: "Back In Your Arms" Re-recordings of 70's hits, various 80's and 90's tracks. (Italy; Dig It International)
*1998: "Made of Blood and Honey" Re-recordings of 70's hits, various 80's and 90's tracks. (Germany, Laserlight Digital)
*1999: "Follow Me (1999)" Re-recordings of 70's hits, various 80's and 90's tracks. (France, Versailles)
*2000: "Follow Me (2000)" Re-recordings of 70's hits, various 80's and 90's tracks. (Holland, Harmony)
*2001: "I'm A Mistery - The Whole Story" 2 CD set; re-recordings of 70's hits, various 80's and 90's tracks. (Italy, Carosello/Universal Music)
*2001: "Alter Ego" Re-release of original album with alternate artwork. (Germany: ZYX Music/Mint Records)
*2001: "Essential" Re-release of album "Uomini Più Uomini/Tant Qu'il Y Aura Des Hommes" with alternate title and artwork. (France: Next Music)
*2002: "Follow Me - The Greatest Hits" Re-recordings of 70's hits, various 80's and 90's tracks. (Germany, ZYX Music)
*2002: "28 Golden Hits" 2 CD set; re-recordings of 70's hits, various 80's and 90's tracks. (Switzerland, Jaba Music)
*2002: "Follow Me (2002)" Re-recordings of 70's hits, various 80's and 90's tracks. (Germany, Universe Music)
*2002: "Divinamanda" Re-recordings of 70's hits, various 80's and 90's tracks. (Italy, Brioche Edizioni Musicali)
*2002: "Je T'aime" Re-release of album "Uomini Più Uomini/Tant Qu'il Y Aura Des Hommes" with alternate title and artwork. (France: Puzzle Productions / Warner Music Strategic Marketing)
*2003: "Living Legend" 2 CD set; re-recordings of 70's hits, various 80's and 90's tracks. (Germany, ZYX Music)
*2004: "The Queen Is Amanda - Platinum Edition" 3 CD set; re-recordings of 70's hits, various 80's and 90's tracks. (Italy, NAR/Edel Music)
*2005: "Alter Ego" Re-release of original album with alternate artwork. (Italy, GDC/ZYX Music)
*2005: "Love Boat" Re-release of 2001 album "Heart" with alternate title and artwork. (Germany, 2005 Germany: ZYX Music/Dance Street)
*2005: "Amanda Lear Sings Evergreens" Compilation of cover versions. (Germany; Dance Street/ZYX Music)
*2007: "Greatest Hits" Re-recordings of 70's hits, various 80's and 90's tracks. (Germany, EuroTrend)

ingles

For detailed information regarding labels and formats during the years 1975 - 1983, see the respective Ariola Records albums.

7"

*1975: Trouble * / "Lethal Leading Lady" * (UK; Creole Records)
*1976: La Bagarre (Trouble - French Version) / "Lethal Leading Lady" * (France, West Germany, Belgium; Polydor Records)
*1977: Blood and Honey / "She's Got The Devil In Her Eyes" (Blood And Honey Instrumental) ** (Ariola Records)
*1977: Tomorrow
*1977: Tomorrow / "Mon Alphabet" (Alphabet - French Version) ** (France)
*1977: Tomorrow / "Alfabeto" (Alphabet - Italian Version) ** (Italy)
*1977: Queen Of Chinatown
*1978: Follow Me
*1978: Gold (Single Version) ** / Lili Marleen (German/French Version) ** (France)
*1978: Gold (Single Version) ** / Lili Marleen
*1978: Run Baby Run
*1978: Enigma (Give A Bit of Mmmh To Me) (Single Edit) **
*1978: The Sphinx
*1979: Fashion Pack (Studio 54) (Single Edit) ** (West Germany, Scandinavia)
*1979: Fashion Pack (Studio 54) (Alternative Single Edit) ** / "Lili Marleen" (Italy)
*1979: Fabulous 'Lover Love Me' (Single Edit) **
*1980: Diamonds (Single Edit) **
*1980: Ho Fatto L'Amore Con Me (Single Version) ** (Italy)
*1980: When (Scandinavia)
*1980: Japan (Japan)
*1980: Ciao (When - Italian Version) ** (Italy)
*1980: Solomon Gundie *
*1981: (Ça M'est) Égal (France/West Germany)
*1981: Igual (Égal - Spanish Version) ** (Spain, South America)
*1981: Love Amnesia
*1981: Hollywood Is Just A Dream When You're Seventeen
*1981: Red Tape
*1981: Nymphomania (Scandinavia)
*1981: New York (French Version) ** (France)
*1981: Ninfomanìa (Nymphomania - Spanish Version) ** (Spain, South America)
*1981: Fashion Pack (Studio 54) (Album Version)/ "Forget it" (Flexi Disc, USSR; Melodiya)
*1982: Fever *
*1982: Incredibilmente Donna */ "Buon Viaggio" *
*1983: Love Your Body * / Darkness And Light *
*1983: No Regrets (Italy)
*1984: Assassino (Italian Version - Single Edit) * / "Stato D'Allarme" * (Italy; WEA 24 9375-7)
*1984: Assassino (Italian Version - Single Edit) * / "Stato D'Allarme" * (France; Polydor 881 268-7 POL 100 )
*1984: Ritmo Salsa * / Hotel Palace * (Italy; Five Records FM 13075)
*1985: No Credit Card * / "Jungle Beat" * (Italy; Merak Music MKX 68002)
*1985: No Credit Card * / "Jungle Beat" * (West Germany; ZYX Music 1141)
*1985: Women * / "Women Wow Wow" (Instrumental) * (Italy; Merak Music MKNP 210)
*1986: Les Femmes (She Wolf - French Version) ** / "She Wolf" (France; Carrere-Ibach 884 686-7)
*1986: Wild Thing / "Aphrodisiac" (France; Carrere 14.152)
*1986: Wild Thing / "Aphrodisiac" (Italy; Carrere 72 014)
*1987: Wild Thing / "Aphrodisiac" (Canada; Power PX7-120)
*1986: Follow Me (Christian De Walden Re-Recording - 7" Edit) / "I'm A Mystery" (West Germany; Carrere-Ibach CAR 6.14811)
*1987: Aphrodisiaque (Aphrodisiac - French Version) ** / "Desire" (France; Carrere-Ibach 14.212)
*1988: Thank You * / "Too Hot To Handle" * (France; Carrere-Ibach 14.388)
*1988: Tomorrow (Voulez-Vous Un Rendezvous) ** / "Inch Allah Ça Va" * (With CCCP Fedeli alla linea) (Italy; Virgin Records VIN 45282)
*1989: Métamorphose / "Métamorphose" (Instrumental)** (France; Carrere-Ibach 14682)
*1989: Gold '89 (Ian Levine Remix - 7" Edit) / Follow Me '89 (Ian Levine Remix - 7" Edit) (West Germany; Ariola 111 978)
*1990: L'école D'amour / "Due" (France; Carrere 14836)

* * = Non-Album Track
* ** = Non-Album Version

EP

*1980: La Bagarre / "Chat De Gouttière" * / "Insomnia" (France)
*1980: Rockin' Rollin' (I Hear You Nagging) (East Germany)

* * = Non-Album Track
* ** = Non-Album Version

12"

*1977: Blood And Honey (Extended) ** / "She's Got The Devil In Her Eyes" **
*1977: Blood And Honey (Extended) ** / Blood And Honey (Extended) **
*1977: Blood And Honey (Alternative Extended) ** / "She's Got The Devil In Her Eyes" **
*1978: Follow Me (Wally MacDonald Disco Mix) ** (Canada)
*1978: The Sphinx (Extended) ** (West Germany)
*1979: Fashion Pack (Studio 54) (Album Version) (West Germany/France)
*1983: Love Your Body (Extended) * / Darkness And Light (Extended) * (West Germany)
*1983: No Regrets (Mixes) ** (Italy)
*1983: Bewitched ** (Mixes) (Promo - Italy)
*1984: Assassino (English Version - Extended) * / (Instrumental) * (West Germany: WEA 249 375-0)
*1985: No Credit Card (Extended) */** / "Jungle Beat" * (Italy; Merak Music MKX 110)
*1987: Follow Me (1986 Re-Recording - Extended) ** / "Follow Me" (Radio Mix) ** / "I'm A Mystery" (Remix) ** (West Germany; WEA 249 375-0)
*1987: Follow Me (1986 Re-Recording - Extended) ** / "Follow Me" (1986 re-recording - Radio Mix) ** / "I'm A Mystery" (Remix) ** (West Germany; Carrere CAR 6 20780)
*1987: Wild Thing (Extended) ** / "I'm A Mystery" (Remix) ** / "Aphrodisiac" (France; Carrere / Ibach 8731)
*1987: Wild Thing (Extended) ** / "Follow Me" (1986 Re-recording - Extended) (Canada; Power PXD-089)
*1987: She Wolf (Extended) ** / "Les Femmes" ** / "Time's Up" (France; Ibach-Carrere 884686)
*1987: Time's Up / "Aphrodisiac" (12" - UK)
*1989: Gold / Follow Me '89 "Gold" (Ian Levine Remix - Extended House Mix) ** / "Gold"(Ian Levine Remix - Deep House Dub Mix) ** / "Follow Me" (Ian Levine '89 High Energy Mix - Extended) (West Germany; Ariola 611 978)
* 1989: Gold / Follow Me '89 "Gold" (Ian Levine Remix - 7" Edit) / "Follow Me" (Ian Levine Remix - 7" Edit) / "Gold" (Ian Levine Extended House Mix) / "Follow Me" (Ian Levine '89 High Energy Mix - Extended) (West Germany; Ariola 661 978)
*1989: Métamorphose (Extended) / "Métamorphose" / "Métamorphose" (Instrumental) (France; Carrere)
*1990: Do You Remember Me? * (Club Mix) (5:43) / (Extended Groove Mix) (6:22) / (Radio Mix) (4:57) * (Italy; Disco 3 DPM 2290)
*1992: Fantasy "Fantasy Face" (Long Version) / "Fantasy Face" (7") / "Fantasy Face" (Instrumental) ** / " Fantasy Mysterious" (Long Version) ** "Fantasy Mysterious" (House Mix) ** (Belgium; Indisc DID 128450)
*1995: Everytime You Touch Me (Long Mix) ** / (Underground Version) ** / "What A Boy" / (Radio Version) (Germany; ZYX Music)
*1995: Peep! (22:15 Saturday Night Mix) ** / (Undercover Version) ** / (Instrumental Passion Mix) ** / "On The Air Tonight" (Germany; ZYX Music ZYX 7975-12)
*1998: Follow Me (1998 Re-Recording - Album Version) / Tomorrow (1998 Re-Recording - Album Version) (Italy: Dig-It Int'l TIX 071)
*1998: Queen Of Chinatown (1998 Re-Recording) (Paramour Radio Vox) / (Paramour Summer Mix) / (Super Eel Cool Gran Mananza) / (Blow Appella) (Italy; MAG Music M.A.G. 001)
*2000: From Here To Eternity (Feat. Giorgio Moroder & Eric D. Clark)* (Tox'N'Stone Club Mix) ** / (Eric D. Clark Passport 12" Mix) ** / (Whirlpool Maximum Passion Mix) ** (Germany; Caus-N'-ff-ct Records CNF 031)
*2002: I Just Wanna Dance Again (Laurent Wolf Club Mix) ** / (Pumpin' Dolls Muse On Speed Club Mix) ** / (Junior's Transatlantic Pop Mix) ** / "Love Boat" (Album version) / "Bonus" (0.03) (France; Marais Prod 49458 1711024 - 4)
*2005: Paris By Night * (Original Mix) / (Piol Paradise Remix) (DIY Elektro Mix) (DIY Cool Mix) - Pic Disc - (Germany; Dance Street DST 77011P-12)

* * = Non-Album Track
* ** = Non-Album Version

CD

*1989: Gold / Follow Me '89 "Gold" (Ian Levine Remix - 7" Edit) / "Follow Me" (Ian Levine Remix - 7" Edit) / "Gold" (Ian Levine Extended House Mix) / "Follow Me" (Ian Levine '89 High Energy Mix - Extended) (West Germany; Ariola)
*1992: Fantasy (a.k.a. Fantasy Face) / (Long Version) / (Instrumental) ** "Fantasy Mysterious" (Long Version) ** / "Fantasy Mysterious" (House Mix) ** (Germany; ZYX Music ZYX 7105-8)
*1992: Fantasy (Long Version) / (Mysterious Mix) ** / (Mysterious Single) ** / "Follow Me" (1993 Re-Recording) ** (France; Chéne 163 042)
*1995: Everytime You Touch Me (Radio Version) / (Underground Version) ** / (Long Version) **/ (Underground Instrumental Version) ** (Italy; Giungla Records / BMG 74321-27505-2)
*1995: Everytime You Touch Me (Radio Version) / (Long Mix) ** / (Underground Version) ** / "What A Boy" (Germany; ZYX Music ZYX 7636-8)
*1995: Peep! (Radio Version) / (22.15 Sunday Night Mix) ** / (Undercover Version) ** / (Instrumental Passion Mix) ** / "On The Air Tonight" (Germany; ZYX Music ZYX 7975-8)
*1996: Angel Love (Radio Version) / (Maxi Mix) ** / (Club Mix) **/ (Instrumental) ** (Germany; ZYX Music ZYX 8460-8)
*1998: Blood And Honey '98 (Remix of 1976 original) "Blood And Honey" (New Radio Version) ** / "Blood And Honey" (Club Mix) ** / "Rien Ne Va Plus" (Germany; BMG-Ariola 74321 59995 2)
*1998: I'll Miss You (Love Version) / Never Trust A Pretty Face (1978) / Lili Marleen (1978) (Germany; BMG-Ariola 74321 64070 2 - Promo)
*2000: Follow Me (Original version) / The Sphinx (Original version) (Belgium; AMC 14.039)
*2001: Love Boat (Radio Edit) ** / (Instrumental) ** (France; Marais Prod 9252479)
*2001: Love Boat (Radio Edit) ** / (Instrumental) ** / Rainbow Love Boat (Oriental Mix) ** (France; Marais Prod 9252472)
*2002: Beats Of Love (Feat. Get Ready!) * / "City" (Get Ready!) * (Belgium; Virgin Music 7243 546881 2 6)
*2002: I Just Wanna Dance Again (Pumpin' Dolls Radio Edit) ** / (Junior Vasquez Transatlantic Radio Edit) ** / (Laurent Wolf Radio Edit) (France; Marais Prod 86772 011972 2 - 2, 86772 011972 2 ND 201)
*2002: I Just Wanna Dance Again (Pumpin' Dolls Radio Edit) ** / (Junior Vasquez Transatlantic Radio Edit) ** / (Laurent Wolf Radio Edit) ** (France; Night And Day / Marais Prod 86772 011972 2 ND 201)
*2002: I Just Wanna Dance Again (Pumpin' Dolls Muse On Speed Club Mix) ** / (Laurent Wolf Club Mix) ** / (Junior Transatlantic Pop Mix) ** / (French Riviera Long Mix) ** / I Just Wanna Dance Again (Video - Enhanced CD-ROM) (France; Marais Prod 40014 062078 0-8)
*2002: I Just Wanna Dance Again (Pumpin' Dolls Radio Edit) ** / (Laurent Wolf Radio Edit) ** / (Junior Vasquez Transatlantic Radio Mix) ** / (French Riviera Long Mix) ** / (Frenchie's Disco Mix) ** (Germany; Dance Street DST 71064-8)
*2004: Martini Disease * (Feat. Jetlag) [http://www.jetlag.tv] * (Sony-BMG Italy)
*2005: Paris By Night * (Original Edit) / (DIY Cool Edit) / (Bini's Virus Dub) / (Original Mix) / (Piol Paradise Remix) (Germany, Dance Stance)
*2005: Paris By Night * (DIY Cool Edit) / (DIY Elektro Edit) / (Union Boys Edit) / (Lab Short Rmx) / (Original Edit) / (Original French Edit) / (Diy Cool Mix) / (Bini’s Virus Dub) / (DIY Elektro Mix) / (Union Boys Extended) / (Lab Extended Rmx) / (Original Mix) / (Original French Mix) / (Piol Paradise Remix) (Italy; Do It Yourself DOIT17-05)
*2005: Copacabana (Remix 2005) */** / "Do You Wanna See It?" / "Love Boat" (Video - Enhanced CD-ROM) (Germany; Dance Street DST 76092-8)
*2006: Queen Of Chinatown 2006 (DJenetix Feat. Amanda Lear - remix of 1977 original) (Single Version) ** / (Club Remix) ** / (Extended Mix) ** (Germany; ZYX/Dance Street DST 77013-8)

* * = Non-Album Track
* ** = Non-Album Version

ources

* Official Amanda Lear home page. [http://amandalear.tripod.com/]
* All Music Guide. [http://allmusic.com]
* Discogs.com. [http://www.discogs.com]
* Rate Your Music. [http://rateyourmusic.com]
* Sony BMG Music Entertainment [http://www.sonybmg.com/]
* Ariola Germany [http://www.ariola.de/]
* ZYX Music Germany [http://www.zyx.de/]
* Mint Records Germany [http://www.mint-records.com]
* Dance Street Records Germany [http://www.dancestreet.com/]
* Bide Et Musique [http://www.bide-et-musique.com/]
* Siebenpunkt Verlags GmbH's Amanda Lear licensing catalogue [http://www.siebenpunkt.com/index.php?id=586&L=0]


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