Title: The 80's Are Over
Style: New Wave, Polka
Format: MP3 FLAC AIFF AUD ADX MPC VOC MP3 VOX
FLAC size: 1383 mb | MP3 size: 1979 mb | WMA size: 1949 mb
All Night Long (All Night)" by Lionel Richie (1983). Addicted to Love" by Robert Palmer (1985). I Want Candy" by Bow Wow Wow (1982). there r many hits not in the list. whitney Houston - I wanna dance with somebody, phil Collin's sussudio, take on me by a - ha, tina turner's whats love got to do, sledge hammer by ?, and many many more. 80's was the baddest decade of all time. it gave all it had & nothin' kept with it. oh those good ole days will never ever come back. PS If you like hard rock a great album from the 80s is Operation Mindcrime by Queensryche (they did Silent Lucidity).
None of the album covers of the 80s represented this digital divide like The Police’s 1981 album Ghost in the Machine. Apt for a band that started in punk and took a turn to new wave at the beginning of the decade. The iconic design remains one of the best album covers of the 80s. Out of Step by Minor Threat. For their third album, actually released in December of 1979, the band selected an homage to Elvis, with pink and green lettering over a black and white photograph. Instead of a simple portrait, however, the band went with bassist Paul Simonon smashing his guitar on stage. It beautifully represented the anger and angst of the fading punk rock movement, juxtaposing iconic rock and roll design with frustration and grit.
2014 two CD collection. BBC RADIO 2'S SOUNDS OF THE 80S is a unique compilation of tracks recorded by some of the biggest artists around, every track is an exclusive cover version of a song from the '80s and has been carefully chosen by the artist specifically for this album. All the tracks are previously unreleased. Artists include Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Olly Murs, Passenger, London Grammar & many more. 21. Dolly Parton Feat Richie Sambora - Lay Your Hands on Me (Bon Jovi). 22. James Blunt - I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues (Elton John). 23. London Grammar - Wicked Game (Chris Isaak). If you want to relive the 80s without the over production and big hair dos of the originals, this is a good compilation to start with.
Best album and album cover of the 80s! Madonna was at her pinnacle with true blue. Like a rock version of thriller every song could be and nearly was a single, the production by Mutt Lange is excellent truly an 80s classic should be in top 10. Got this album because I wanted to know the band.
The ‘80s were full of album covers that were never destined to age well. Some albums like Europe’s The Final Countdown couldn’t have helped having a ridiculous look, but even legends like Bob Dylan and Paul McCartney slipped up and gave into the absurdity of the times. Billboard recounts the decade’s 20 worst covers, from artists big and small. 002. 021. Yanni 'Chameleon Days'. Yanni Chameleon Days 1988. Nothing captures the sound of a soprano sax like the acoustics of a limestone quarry.
Michael Jackson had the highest number of top hits at the Billboard Hot 100 chart during the 1980s (9 songs). In addition, Jackson remained the longest at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart during the 1980s (27 weeks). George Michael was one of the most successful artists of the Billboard Hot 100 during the 1980s, with four number-one singles as a solo artist, three with Wham! and one as a duet with Aretha Franklin. Olivia Newton-John's song, "Physical", was the song which remained the longest at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart during the 1980s (10 weeks) . KC and the Sunshine Band. Please Don't Go". TK Records.
Bowie was all over the place during the ’80s: duetting with Jagger, clambering into spandex for Labyrinth, getting buried alive for Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence and ultimately embarking on a midlife crisis that resulted in a worrying beard and Tin Machine. But before all that, he managed to lay down some of the decade’s best tracks, including this nihilistic, Nile Rodgers–assisted soul boogie from 1983. A song so quintessentially ’80s, from its sharp synth bass to its inclusion in her flick Desperately Seeking Susan-this popgasm has only one critic: Madonna. Years after its 1985 release, she said that she felt like a dork singing it. Fine, Madge, but you can't have looked as dorky as the millions of us who sang it into our hairbrushes.
Elton John Elton racked up 21 UK and North American hits, including ageless radio staples such as ‘Candle In The Wind’, ‘Nikita’ and ‘I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues’. Billy Joel Billy Joel’s in here on consistency alone. Madonna Virtually synonymous with the 80s, Madonna’s ‘Like a Virgin’ topped the Billboard singles chart for 6 weeks in 1984 and she was unstoppable after that.
In the '80s, disco's insistent pulse cooled, and the top 20 presents a more complicated picture than it did a decade before. These tracks tended to be smooth, highly-produced ballads. Smooth and highly-produced was a common path into the top 20. Richie played a big part in this, with two top 20 solo hits and his collaboration with Ross.
Agree? Disagree? Place your vote on the top 10 list of Greatest '80s Songs. However, this is one of the best pop songs to come in the 80s, and is still one of the best songs today. A catchy tune that is SO 80s style with amazing voice skills by Morten Harket. Not taking metal into consideration, one of the best songs to have come from Norway. It is one of the best songs of the world! Not my favourite A-ha-song, but one of the best 80s-songs - Daisymorot.
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- Published By – Richard Häss Music
- Copyright (c) – Häss Records
- Performer – Richie Häss*
NotesNew wave track backed with a polka track. Barcode belongs to Mad Magazine.
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- Matrix / Runout (side A runout): HÄSS 1,000,000,000 B
- Matrix / Runout (side B runout): H 1,000,000,000 B
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