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    Default I <3 80's music

    Post your favourite music from the 1980's all the way up to 1989. Your track's release date should slip into that range, be it an original or a cover.

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    I've been hooked on this song for the past few days:


    I also liked this song and this one youtube comment sums up my feelings perfectly: "God I miss the 80's. The hair, the music, the movies, and so on. Come back 80's" COME BAAACK!



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    (it's just a remaster of their 80's release, same song



    It's pretty funny, yesterday I was just listing to a bunch of 80's compilations so I could grab all the music I had missed in my normal playlists.
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    Quote Originally Posted by diccs View Post
    May our memories of high school prom wash all over our bodies and souls, and may our material world shatter before the superior build quality of a better time.
    Oh yeah, for kicks -- I was Prom Class of 1986.

    This is the most bizarre song I remember from prom night. I can't say it's a favorite, but boy is it distinctive....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Totenkindly View Post
    Oh yeah, for kicks -- I was Prom Class of 1986.

    This is the most bizarre song I remember from prom night. I can't say it's a favorite, but boy is it distinctive....

    Holy sheep dip! I had that one line 'I wanna be a cowboy and you can be my cow girl' stuck in my head the other night and couldn't for the life of me remember where it was from! Thanks! Haha. Only in the 80's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Population: 1 View Post
    Holy sheep dip! I had that one line 'I wanna be a cowboy and you can be my cow girl' stuck in my head the other night and couldn't for the life of me remember where it was from! Thanks! Haha. Only in the 80's.
    It's not the only crazy song, for example I could toss in Billy Ocean's "Get out of my dreams and into my car" (gag) or Baltimora's "Tarzan Boy". HAHAHA

    (Or worst Lipsync/karaoke song ever, Starship's "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now")


    .... gawd, I miss the 80's now. I mean, my parents always used to mourn over the 50's, but their music wasn't nearly as kitschy-cool as ours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Totenkindly View Post
    It's not the only crazy song, for example I could toss in Billy Ocean's "Get out of my dreams and into my car" (gag) or Baltimora's "Tarzan Boy". HAHAHA

    (Or worst Lipsync/karaoke song ever, Starship's "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now")


    .... gawd, I miss the 80's now. I mean, my parents always used to mourn over the 50's, but their music wasn't nearly as kitschy-cool as ours.
    New Wave, Dark Wave, Synthpop, Ska, Punk, 80's Rockabilly. Shit yeah we had some good stuff for going from a kid into my teenage years!
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