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Boy Blue - Cyndi Lauper - True Colors (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Listen to music you'll love! Create a custom radio station from your favorite songs by Cyndi Lauper on iHeartRadio.
  2. That album hit like lightning in a bottle, sending Cyndi Lauper into the pop stratosphere, and rightly so. Three years later came the follow-up album True Colors, showcasing a more mature, contemplative outlook. While it does not meet the standard set by She's So Unusual, True Colors is nonetheless a decent pop album.
  3. True Colors, an Album by Cyndi Lauper. Released in on Portrait (catalog no. PRT ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop Rock, Pop.
  4. " Boy Blue " is a pop song written by Cyndi Lauper, Stephen Broughton Lunt, and Jeff Bova for Lauper's second album True Colors (). It was released as the album's fourth single .
  5. It became the first album to have four top-five singles by a female, and earned Lauper Best New Artist at the 27th Grammy Awards in Her success continued with True Colors in , which included two Billboard Hot top ten songs: the number one smash "True Colors" and "Change of Heart," and earned two nominations at the 29th Grammy Awards.
  6. True Colors, Cyndi Lauper's second album, doesn't sound much like her megaplatinum She's So Unusual – and good for her. Lauper's out-of-nowhere solo debut was an eminently listenable, often brave, frankly subversive work that stood pop convèntion on its fat, stuffy head.
  7. A fourth single from the album, "Boy Blue", did not reach the top She donated the proceeds of that song to AIDS research. The song "True Colors" (written by Steinberg and Kelly) was licensed to Kodak for use in its commercials. In , Lauper appeared on the Billy Joel album The Bridge, with a song called "Code of Silence". She is credited.
  8. variant of Cyndi Lauper - True Colors. cassette shell has lines around the cassette labels and A/B side indicator in left corner ℗&© CBS Inc. (Logo)Portrait is a registered trade mark of CBS Records Canada Ltd Recorded & mixed at the Power Station Additional recording at The Hit Factory.

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