|1||Everybody Have Fun Tonight|
|3||Ti Na Na|
|6||What's so Bad About Feeling Good?|
|8||Don't Let Go|
|9||Fire In The Twilight|
|10||Even If You Dream|
|11||Everyone Have Fun Tonight|
|12||Talk It Out|
|13||Space Junk [Wang Chung '97]|
|14||Look At Me Now|
|15||Dance Hall Days|
|16||Wake Up, Stop Dreaming|
|17||Dance Hall Days (Flashing Back to Happiness 7" Mix)|
|19||Don't Be My Enemy|
|22||To Live and Die in L.A. (From "To Live and Die in L.A.)|
|23||Fun Tonight: The Early Years|
|25||A Fool and His Money|
|27||Praying to a New God|
|29||To Live and Die in L.A.|
Wang Chung are an English New Wave musical group formed in 1980. The name Wang Chung means "yellow bell" in Mandarin (China's language) (??, pinyin: huáng zh?ng), and is the first note in the Chinese classical music scale.
The group found their greatest success in the United States, with five Top 40 hits in the US, all charting between 1983 and 1987, including "Dance Hall Days" (No. 16 In the summer of 1984), "Everybody Have Fun Tonight" (No. 2 in 1986) and "Let's Go!" (No. 9 in 1987).
Jeremy Ryder, known professionally as "Jack Hues" (vocalist/guitarist) and Nick Feldman (bassist) would eventually form the core of Wang Chung. They first met when Hues answered Feldman's ad for a musicians in the classifieds section of the weekly British music magazine Melody Maker in 1977. They were joined by Paul Hammond (ex Atomic Rooster) on drums, forming The Intellektuals.