|Deejay Time: Colour
|mixed compilation album
||12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
||Pop, Electronic, Disco
||Joe T. Vannelli (mix)
|featuring Duran Duran
Deejay Time: Colour is a mixed compilation album featuring Duran Duran, released in Italy by EMI during 1985.
About the albumEdit
The album is a DJ mix featuring songs by various artists. The mix was recorded at the After Dark Discoteque in Milan, Italy by Joe T. Vannelli, A DJ also produced the Mixtime and Mixtime 2 albums.
The compilation begins with Duran Duran's "The Wild Boys", an Italian no.1 single. The mix finishes with The Power Station's, debut single "Some Like It Hot".
"I Feel Love" is also included, which was the first song sung by Simon Le Bon as lead singer of Duran Duran (16 July 1980).
- "The Wild Boys" - Duran Duran
- "Sexcrime (Nineteen Eighty Four)" - Eurythmics
- "I Might Have Been Queen" - Tina Turner
- "Unity Street" - Ian Page and Bop
- "I Feel Love" - Bronski Beat
- "Tell Me Girl" - Scary Thieves
- "Gold" - Spandau Ballet
- "This Is Not America" - David Bowie and The Pat Metheny Group
- "Lucky" - Greg Kihn
- "Do It" - Costas
- "Imagination" - Belouis Some
- "Shout" - Tears For Fears
- "And That's No Lie" - Heaven 17
- "Some Like It Hot" - The Power Station