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Oak Ridge Boys Discography 1980s

1977-2000 Because the focus of SGHistory.com is Southern Gospel music, we haven't listed song titles from the predominantly mainstream Country releases by the Oak Ridge Boys between 1977-2000. Exceptions are made when a particular song has a clear Gospel theme or an album has a Christmas theme. We have attempted to list all the official album releases in the interest of presenting a complete picture of this unique group's career.

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1980 Together (MCA Records MCAD-31112): (Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden, Richard Sterban)

1980 A Country Gospel Reunion (ORB & Statler Bros.) (reissues) (CSP Records 15526)
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1980 Greatest Hits (MCA Records MCAD-5150)

1980 Less Of Me (Skylite Records/SLP-6234): Less Of Me; (Tell It Again) Gypsy Boy; I Wouldn't Take Nothing For My Journey Now; You'll Never Walk Alone; The Christian Way; Welcome Home; It's Different Now; Without God; Angels Must Have Cried; Until Then. (Compiles performances from earlier Skylite masters).

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1981 Fancy Free (MCA Records MCAD-5209/This was the album that turned the Oak Ridge Boys into international superstars. They were already well known Country artists prior to this release, but the success of the novelty song "Elvira" helped Fancy Free sell in excess of 2 million units...certified double platinum by the RIAA.): (Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden, Richard Sterban)

1981 Gospel Express (Heart Warming Records? 3751)

1981 Spiritual Jubilee (Accord Records SN7138)

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1982 Bobbie Sue (MCA Records MCAD-5294/Includes Would They Love Him Down In Shreveport): (Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden, Richard Sterban)

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1982 Christmas (MCA Records MCAD-5365): Jesus Is Born Today (It Is His Birthday); Christmas Is Paintin' The Town; Christmas Carol; Silver Bells; Santa's Song; White Christmas; Happy Christmas Eve; Thank God For Kids; Silent Night; Little One; Mary Christmas; Oh Holy Night (Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden, Richard Sterban)

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1982 All Our Favorite Songs (Columbia Records 37737): Same Old Fashioned Way; He; Nobody Special; Whoever Finds This I Love You; Bringing It Back; Rhythm Guitar; All Our Favorite Songs; Joy Comes In The Morning; Why Me; Sailing Toward Home

1982 On The Sunny Banks (Album Globe Distribution 8215)

1982 God's Hands (Skylite Records/SLP-6262): God's Hands; Someday; Help Me Not To Complain; River Of Life; Day Of Rejoicing; Victory Is Coming; There Will Be Peace; Keep Walking; You Can Have Him; Empty Mansion. (Compiles performances from earlier Skylite masters).

1982 In The Shelter Of His Arms (Skylite Records/SLP-6272): Go Out To The Program; In The Shelter Of His Arms; Lead Me To Calvary; On The Sunny Banks; I Know Who Holds Tomorrow; Walk With Me; Farther Along; River Of Life; Someday; When I Lay My Burdens Down. (Compiles performances from earlier Skylite masters).

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1982 The Very Best Of The Oak Ridge Boys (Warwick Records WW5119/Released in the UK)



1982 The Country Collection (Arcade Records TVLP408/Released with two different covers/Released in the Netherlands)

1982 Forever And Ever (Gusto Records GT0101)

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1983 American Made (MCA Records MCAD-31126): (Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden, Richard Sterban)

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1983 Deliver (MCA Records MCAD-31125/Re-issued in 1992 as I Guess It Never Hurts To Hurt Sometimes): (Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden, Richard Sterban)

1983 Songs Of Joy (Skylite Records/SLP-6311): Walk With Me; Victory Is Coming; I Asked The Lord; I Wouldn't Take Nothing For My Journey Now; Anywhere Is Home; The Angels Must Have Cried; An Empty Mansion; There Will Be Peace; You Can Have Him; Keep Walking. (Compiles performances from earlier Skylite masters).

1984 20 Country Gospel Classics (Astan Records LP20025)

1984 Country Gospel At It's (sic) Best (Arrival Records BU3850)

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1984 Greatest Hits 2 (MCA Records MCAD-5496/Includes Thank God For Kids)

1984 Read That Book (Skylite Records/SLP-6325): Read That Book; I Get Happy; I've Got Jesus In Me; Oh How Much He Cares; It's A Wonderful Feeling; Tell It Again; In The Morning; What Will You Do; At Last; He Will Never Let Me Down. (Compiles performances from earlier Skylite masters).

1985 Everyday Gospel (Heart Warming Records?/RO3786): I Know; Daddy Sang Bass; Jesus Is Coming Soon; Put Your Hand In The Hand; Oh Happy Day; Mama's Teaching Angels How To Sing; I Should Have Been Crucified; Palms Of Victory; The Holy Hills Of Heaven; He Looked Beyond My Fault (Compiles performances from earlier Heart Warming Records? masters).

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1985 Step On Out (MCA Records MCAD-5555): Includes Come On In (You Did The Best That You Could): (Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden, Richard Sterban)

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1985 American Harmony (Heartland Records/MCA Records H-1031/Includes Thank God For Kids)

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1986 Seasons (MCA Records MCAD-31124): (Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden, Richard Sterban)

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1986 Christmas Again (MCA Records MCAD-31124/Re-issued in 2003 as Best Of...The Christmas Collection/This album featured short traditional carol intros on the first five selections.): The Voices Of Rejoicing Love (Intro: Joy To The World); First Christmas Day (Intro: The First Noel); There's A New Kid In Town (Intro: Away In A Manger); First Christmas Gift (Intro: God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen); The King Is Born (Intro: What Child Is This); When You Give It Away; Christmas Again; Santa Bring Your Elves; That's What I Like About Christmas; It's Christmas Time Once Again (Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden, Richard Sterban)

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1987 Where The Fast Lane Ends (MCA Records MCAD-5945/Re-issued in 1992 as This Crazy Love/This would be William Lee Golden's final album with the Oak Ridges Boys...or so it seemed at the time.): (Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden, Richard Sterban)

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1987 Heartbeat (MCA Records MCAD-42036/First album with Steve Sanders): (Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, Steve Sanders, Richard Sterban)

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1988 Monongahela (MCA Records MCAD-42205): (Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, Steve Sanders, Richard Sterban)

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1989 American Dreams (MCA Records MCAD-42311/Includes An American Family): (Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, Steve Sanders, Richard Sterban).

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1989 Greatest Hits Volume Three (MCA Records MCAD-42294/Includes Come On In (You Did The Best That You Could)).

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