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Tainted love- soft cell
Super freak- Rick James
Tone loc- wild thing
Here's a few more to add to my list from yesterday:
The Smiths - Queen Is Dead, How Soon Is Now, Tomorrow, Shoplifters Of The World Unite, Ask, Cemetery Gates, There Is A Light That Never Goes Out, Panic, Sheila Take A Bow, Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before
The Cure - Disintegration, Boys Don't Cry, Let's Go To Bed, Why Can't I Be You?, Just Like Heaven, Fascination Street
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Higher Ground, Knock Me Down
Charlie Sexton - Beat So Lonely
INXS - One Thing, Don't Change, Need You Tonight, Original Sin, What You Need, Listen Like Thieves, This Time
X - Los Angeles, The Hungry Wolf
Jane's Addiction - Three Days, Jane Says, Been Caught Stealing, Stop
Nitzer Ebb - Let Your Body Learn, Control I'm Here
Front 242 - Headhunter
Love and Rockets - No New Tale To Tell
Erasure - Sometimes, Chains of Love, Oh L'Amour, Stop!
The Go-Go's - We Got The Beat, Our Lips Are Sealed, Head Over Heels
Madonna - Borderline, Material Girl, Love Don't Live Here Anymore, Oh Father, Express Yourself
Paul Simon - Graceland, Boy In The Bubble
Husker Du - Don't Want To Know If You're Lonely, Could You Be The One?
Pixies - Where Is My Mind?, Here Comes Your Man, Monkey Gone To Heaven, Gouge Away, Gigantic
Mission of Burma - That's When I Reach For My Revolver
Eric B and Rakim - Paid In Full, Follow the Leader, Microphone Fiend
XTC - Dear God, Making Plans For Nigel, Respectable Street, Generals and Majors
Cowboy Junkies - Sweet Jane
Stones Roses - I Wanna Be Adored, She Bangs The Drums, Fool's Gold
NWA - Express Yourself, Straight Outta Compton, F Tha Police
Sonic Youth - Teen Age Riot, Kool Thing, Dirty Boots
Gang of Four - Damaged Goods, I Found That Essence Rare, At Home He's a Tourist, To Hell With Poverty
Joy Division - Love Will Tear Us Apart
Public Image Limited - Public Image,
The Cult - She Sells Sanctuary, Love Removal Machine
Wall of Voodoo - Mexican Radio
George Kranz - Din Daa Daa
Marrs - Pump Up The Volume
B-52's - 52 Girls, Planet Claire, Private Idaho, Rock Lobster
The Replacements - I Will Dare, I'll Be You
The Clash - Should I Stay Or Should I Go, Rock The Casbah
Boomtown Rats - I Don't LIke Mondays
The Church - Under The Milky Way
The Sundays - Here Is Where The Story Ends
Howard Jones - What Is Love?, Things Can Only Get Better, No One Is To Blame, Pearl In The Shell, You Know I Love You, Don't You?
The Fixx - One Thing Leads To Another, Are We Ourselves?
Thomas Dolby - She Blinded Me With Science, Europa, Hyperactive
David Bowie - Blue Jean, China Girl, Let's Dance, Modern Love, Ashes To Ashes
Adam Ant - Goody Two Shoes, Desperate But Not Serious, Friend or Foe, Antmusic, Kings of the Wild Frontier
Queen - Under Pressure
Squeeze - Tempted, Take Me I'm Yours, Is That Love?, Pulling Mussels From The Shell
Talking Heads - Once In A Lifetime, Burning Down The House, Road To Nowhere, Stay Up Late, Life During Wartime
Missing Persons - Walking In LA, Words, Destination Unknown
Concrete Blonde - Still In Hollywood
Here is my most recent 80s playlist. Enjoy!
Take On Me -- a-ha
You Shook Me All Night Long -- AC/DC
Making Love Out of Nothing At All -- Air Supply
Walk Like an Egyptian -- The Bangles
Poison -- Bell Biv DeVoe
Dancing With Myself -- Billy Idol
Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car -- Billy Ocean
Just a Friend -- Biz Markie
Every Little Step -- Bobby Brown
On Our Own -- Bobby Brown
Livin' On a Prayer -- Bon Jovi
Bad Medicine -- Bon Jovi
I Wanna Be Rich (Extended Mix) -- Calloway
"Word Up (7"" Vocal Version)" -- Cameo
You Might Think -- The Cars
Lean On Me -- Club Nouveau
Never Surrender -- Corey Hart
Don't Dream It's Over -- Crowded House
Just Like Heaven -- The Cure
Friday I'm In Love -- The Cure
Girls Just Want to Have Fun -- Cyndi Lauper
Modern Love -- David Bowie
Rhythm of the Night -- DeBarge
Just Can't Get Enough -- Depeche Mode
Come on Eileen -- Dexy's Midnight Runners
The Humpty Dance -- Digital Underground
It Takes Two -- DJ EZ Rock & Rob Base
Hungry Like the Wolf -- Duran Duran
Take Me Home Tonight -- Eddie Money
Wild, Wild West -- The Escape Club
Point of No Return -- Exposé
She Drives Me Crazy -- Fine Young Cannibals
Footloose -- Footloose
Let's Hear It For The Boys -- Footloose
Invisible Touch -- Genesis
Our Lips Are Sealed -- The Go-Go's
Sweet Child O' Mine -- Guns N' Roses
I Want a New Drug -- Huey Lewis & The News
The Power of Love -- Huey Lewis & The News
Hip to Be Square -- Huey Lewis & The News
New Sensation -- INXS
We Built This City -- Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship/Starship & Starship
Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now -- Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship/Starship & Starship
Crush On You -- The Jets
Pink Houses -- John Mellencamp
Hurts So Good -- John Mellencamp
Don't Stop Believin' -- Journey
Walking On Sunshine -- Katrina & The Waves
Playing With the Boys -- Kenny Loggins
Something About You -- Level 42
Express Yourself -- Madonna
Material Girl -- Madonna
Borderline -- Madonna
Got to Give It Up, Part 1 -- Marvin Gaye
The Safety Dance -- Men Without Hats
Billie Jean -- Michael Jackson
The Way You Make Me Feel -- Michael Jackson
Man In the Mirror -- Michael Jackson
Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough -- Michael Jackson
Kyrie -- Mr. Mister
Express Yourself -- N.W.A.
99 Luftballons -- Nena
Cool It Now -- New Edition
You've Got It (The Right Stuff) -- New Kids on the Block
Your Love -- The Outfield
We Belong -- Pat Benatar
Sussudio -- Phil Collins
Take Me Home -- Phil Collins
Fallen Angel -- Poison
1999 (Edit) -- Prince
Raspberry Beret -- Prince & The Revolution
I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) -- The Proclaimers
Oh Sheila -- Ready for the World
Never Gonna Give You Up -- Rick Astley
Simply Irresistible -- Robert Palmer
Addicted to Love -- Robert Palmer
Start Me Up -- The Rolling Stones
Talking in Your Sleep -- The Romantics
It's Tricky -- Run-DMC
Push It -- Salt-N-Pepa
Don't You (Forget About Me) -- Simple Minds
Posse On Broadway -- Sir Mix a Lot
"Where Did Our Love Go? (Original 7"" Single)" -- Soft Cell
Back to Life -- Soul II Soul
Oh Sherrie -- Steve Perry
Once In a Lifetime -- Talking Heads
Road to Nowhere -- Talking Heads
And She Was -- Talking Heads
Wild Wild Life -- Talking Heads
Head Over Heels -- Tears for Fears
Everybody Wants to Rule the World -- Tears for Fears
Hold Me Now -- Thompson Twins
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For -- U2
Pride (In the Name of Love) -- U2
With or Without You -- U2
One -- U2
Ice Ice Baby -- Vanilla Ice
Blister In the Sun -- Violent Femmes
Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go -- Wham!
Rock Steady -- The Whispers
Here I Go Again -- Whitesnake
I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me) -- Whitney Houston
Hold On -- Wilson Phillips
Owner of a Lonely Heart -- Yes
Bust a Move -- Young MC
Man In Motion - from St. Elmo's Fire -- 80s Classic Movie Hits
For some reason, this song haunts me.
Music video by The Human League performing Don't You Want Me (2003 Digital Remaster).
This one too but for much different reasons.
Eddie Murphy - Boogie In Your Butt
What about "Party All the Time"?
Many good jams from the 80's were left off, and some that wasnt in the 80's but in the 70's were listed
One of my fav's Krokus
really liked Ronny James Dio, Rainbow, Tesla, Aldo Nova, Kix, Skid Row, Judas Priest, Iron Madien, Fastway( Seen them in Cobo with Quiet Riot, Quit Riot was boo'd off the stage and Fastway came back out), Cinderella, Great White
"Screaming in the Night" was the band's biggest hit to date, and is still played on classic rock radio stations. It is featured on the 1983 album Headhunter.
"Lunatic Fringe" is a song by the Canadian rock band Red Rider from their 1981 album, As Far as Siam. Guitarist Tom Cochrane wrote the song after becoming concerned about a resurgence of anti-Semitism in the 1970s, and was also inspired after reading a book about Raoul Wallenberg, who rescued Jews from the Holocaust during World War II. Some sources have incorrectly cited the murder of John Lennon as the song's primary inspiration; in fact, Cochrane had already written the song before Lennon was killed, but recorded the song's first demo the evening of the murder. He has stated that his feelings about the event, and how it echoed the theme of his song, galvanized him to release the song as a single despite advice from the record label that the song wasn't commercial enough.
Dont wanna give my age away, but I was at this concert
KISS' Ace Frehley, Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley & Peter Criss play their home away from home, Cobo Hall,
January 26th 1976 . Detroit , MI .
LOL I was there with friends watching the concert, im a little older than 36
I have been a Michigan fan for 40 years, I used U of M colors to pick my favorite Nascar driver in 1974
This post was edited by TRUxBLUxFAN 14 months ago
FIFY. sorry, I couldn't resist
the concert was 36-years-ago. he would have been a one-year-old at the concert if he was 36. 36+16=52. I'm guessing he's in his mid to late 50's. probably the oldest guy on this board
Nah, Due51 is like 140.
Go Blue & Gig Em'!
Ew, just saw you mix. Nevermind.
This post was edited by freshone 14 months ago
I heard it on the radio the other day. Brought a smile to my face.
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