Sound Choice – Spotlight – 8939 – SC8939 – Karaoke in CD+G – 70’S and 80’S – Volume 74
Album of 15 Titles in English
- Babylon Sisters / Steely Dan
- Beat on the Brat / Ramones
- Burn Down the Mission / Elton John
- I Drink Alone / George Thorogood and the Destroyers
- Lunatic Fringe / Red Rider
- Oliver’s Army / Elvis Costello and The Attractions
- Ready for Love / Bad Company
- Real Wild Child (Wild One) / Iggy Pop (Pretty Woman)
- Rockin’ Down the Highway / The Doobie Brothers
- South City Midnight Lady / The Doobie Brothers
- Thank You for Being a Friend / Andrew Gold
- The Jean Genie / David Bowie
- The KKK Took My Baby Away / Ramones
- Velcro Fly / ZZ Top
- Working in the Coal Mine / Devo
Public interest message: An original is valuable. A copy is not worth anything!
CD-G, CDG, CD G, CD Graphic, CD Graphics…
The professional CD+G stands for
Compact Disc + Graphics. This is the most widely used format for Karaoke music. The discs are identical to standard CDs (compact discs) yet have the additional graphics track that allows you to read the song lyrics on a connected TV or monitor. As the soundtrack plays on your karaoke player, the lyrics scroll across the TV in perfect sync with the music, allowing you to sing along to any song!
The sound of a CD+G Karaoke disc will also play in any standard CD, CD-ROM or DVD player around the world. To see the words of song on screen your player must read the CD+G or CD+Graphics format.
The professional CD+G is the industry standard!
Special note concerning the karaoke: The chorus and sometime the melody are present on professional karaoke soundtrack.