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Only two of the Kids From Fame albums were ever released in CD format. They are the first album (Kids From Fame) and The Best of Fame.

The Kids From "Fame"

Side A
"Starmaker" 
"I Can Do Anything Better Than You Can"
"I Still Believe In Me"
"Life Is A Celebration"
"Step Up To The Mike"

Side B
"Hi-Fidelity"
"We Got The Power To Be"
"It's Gonna Be A Long Night"
"Desdemona"
"Be My Music" ***


The Kids From Fame Again

Side A
"Mannequin"
"Carnival"
"I Was Only Trying To Help"
"Alone In The Crowd" *
"Your The Real Music"
"Sho Sho Sho Shorofsky" **

Side B
"A Special Place"
"Do The Gimme That"
"It's Sonata Mozart" (instrumental)
"Come What May"
"The Show Must Go On"


The Kids From Fame Live

Side A
"Body Language"
"Could We Be Magic Like You" *
"Friday Night"
"Desdemona"
"Starmaker"
"Hi-Fidelity"

Side B
"Mannequin"
Medley: "A Special Place"
"It's Gonna Be A Long Night"
"I Still Believe In Me"
"The Secret"
"Be My Music" ***
"Life Is A Celebration"
"We Got The Power To Be"
"Fame"


The Best of Fame

Side A
"Starmaker"
"We Got The Power To Be"
"Rock 'N Roll World"
"Take That First Step"
"Body Language"

Side B
"Hi-Fidelity"
"Life Is A Celebration"
"Be Your Own Hero"
"Friday Night"
"Fame"


The Kids From Fame Songs

Side A
"Be Your Own Hero"
"Just Like You"
"There's A Train"
"Mannequin"
"Could We Be Magic Like You"
"Lay Back And Be Cool"

Side B
"Songs"
"Body Language"
"Beautiful Dreamer"
"Dancing Endlessly"
"Bet Your Life It's Me"

Fame Rock 'N Roll World
Side A
"Rock 'N Roll World"
"Mr. Cool"
"The Secret"
"Take That First Step"
"Better With A Friend"
Side B
"Shakin'"
"Electricity"
"Lucky Enough For Two"
"Face To Face"
"Sing For You America"

The Kids From Fame Sing For You
Side A
"Sing For You America"
"The Secret"
"Manhattan"
"The Story of Judy And Roy"
"Lucky Enough For Two"
"Better With A Friend"
Side B
"Shakin'"
"Electricity"
"Take That First Step"
"Mr. Cool"
"Face To Face"
"Wish Me Well"
     

* Songs by Lee Curreri
** Song by Lee Curreri and Steve Sperry
*** Song by Lee Curreri and Ethan Hurt
Lee Curreri on Synthesizer and Lori Singer on Cello for the song "Could We Be Magic Like You".


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