Belatedly, all of Kid Creole and the Coconuts' albums can be purchased on CD, and through the Sire and Columbia years, 1980-1992, every damn one is worth it. This is something else. Though the four cuts with Creole's name on them set the tone, it assembles side projects August Darnell oversaw for ZE, and double-damn if most don't hold up–Aural Exciters, Don Armando's Second Avenue Rhumba Band, Machine's fashionably charitable "There But for the Grace of God Go I," and the long-lost prize, Cristina's neo-nihilist takeover of Peggy Lee's/Leiber & Stoller's merely existentialist "Is That All There Is?"
Recorded in Hamburg, Germany, Kid Creole and the Coconuts' The Conquest of You has more of a Euro-disco sound than the group's earlier Caribbean-styled recordings. Arranger/producer Frank Loncar, who handles keyboards, bass, and drums, is the dominant musical force, and he provides musical tracks imbued with familiar-sounding synthesizer-based dance rhythms.
Private Waters in the Great Divide is the seventh studio album released by the American musical group Kid Creole and the Coconuts. It was released in 1990 and includes the singles "The Sex of It"(written and mostly performed by Prince), and "I Love Girls".
You Shoulda Told Me You Were… is the eighth studio album released by the American musical group Kid Creole and the Coconuts. It was released in 1991 and includes the single "(She's A) Party Girl".
Disco compilation from Universal Music featuring Tavares, The Pointer Sisters, Rufus & Chaka Khan, Quincy Jones & others spread across 3 cds.