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1980s.....1987 to be more precise.

Living In A Box - Living In A Box (Official Video)
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ARETHA FRANKLIN - "Jimmy Lee"


 

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so many great songs from the crazy, and totally amazing 80s! he-he

I doubt something like the 80s will ever come back LOL.....like the 1920s.....they will never come back.Sad


Huey Lewis And The News - Doing It All For My Baby

 

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Huey Lewis handsome. Yes, that was the 80s :tongue:

Great sound too!:thup:
Naturally Live! Huey Lewis & The News 1987

 

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Am I the only one who loved this album by Ministry back in the day? It still sounds good 30-something years later, iyam ! I definitely like it better than their later metal (yelling) stuff.


 

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Well, and there's genre...so yeah...Metal, Glam Bands, New Wave, Punk...etc...
 

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Another classic 80's album (Upstairs at Eric's) :5_1_12024::twirl:



 

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The Eighties....they left a print...a sweet and sour print.....good music though...we came out winners all the same. They came out losers .LOL

The 1920s were the same here

Bananarama - I Heard a Rumour (1987)

 
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With my fav song from the 80s

This is it

night y'all

I have nothing more to say for tonight.

zero

Crowded House - Don't Dream It's Over (Official Video)


 

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Am I the only one who loved this album by Ministry back in the day? It still sounds good 30-something years later, iyam ! I definitely like it better than their later metal (yelling) stuff.
Shame Al Jourgensen radically changed directions from the earlier new wave stuff to the more hardcore industrial stuff which he loved more.

I haven't listened to the "With Sympathy" album, outside of their classic "Work For Love" song which I loved, and I also like "Everyday Is Halloween" (non-album track).

 

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Wanna see something weird...

Robert Smith with short, neatly cropped hair, circa 1980...

Play For Today (starts at 0:50, after a clip of "A Reflection")
 

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