With its iconic cover (French singer Sheila hanging from a parachute in the middle of pterodactyls), and its 8 disco-funk hits (including Spacer, King of the World, Charge Plates and Credit Cards and Your Love Is Good), the album King Of The World had everything to make an impression in 1980, especially as it was written, composed, arranged and produced by Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards from the band Chic. Its success was worldwide and its influence on the Disco and Rock scene was effective and everlasting.
With her unique career, Sheila has always known how to make her repertoire fresh and stay true to the spirit of the times, as proven by this collaboration with Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards. She was also one of the first singers to be produced by The Chic Organization.
2LP - The limited numbered box-set King Of The World (40th Anniversary Remastered Ultimate Edition) features 2LP, 2CD and a 1DVD, the remastered album in vinyl and CD with many bonus tracks. These tracks, available on CD1 and CD2, feature single versions, rare and unreleased studio outtakes, remixes and unreleased mixes by Tom Moulton, Fred Falke and Monsieur Willy, as well as previously released tracks by Dimitri From Paris and Young Pulse. In addition, the box set contains an exclusive 12" EP featuring exclusive remixes of Fred Falke's Don't Go and King of the World, and a DVD which tells the story of the album with exclusive Sheila and Nile Rodgers interviews from 2015 and 2011. The deluxe 3-panels hardcover book also includes a 12-page king size booklet featuring Sheila and Nile Rodgers interviews, memorabilia and previously unpublished photos.