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post #1 of 50 (permalink) Old Oct 8th, 2004, 04:27 PM Thread Starter
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80s rock/easy listening

I'm creating the category on my IPOD!...I have so far:
REM - Everybody hurts, One and Losing my Religion
Crowded House - Hey now
Roxette - It must have been love
Wham - Careless Whisper, Wake me up
Wishing Well - Terence Trent D'arby
From the Brakefast Club - Dont Forget about me
Billy Joel - NY State of Mind and We did'nt start the fire
Elton John - Tiny Dancer (I know...it's from the 70's)
Bon Jovi - Living on a prayer, Never say goodbye
Mr. Mister - Broken Wings
Take on me - a ha


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that's men at work...can't remember the name of the song, though

don't know what you've got til it's gone - cinderella
home sweet home - motley crue
every rose has its thorn - poison
call me - blondie
panama - van halen
dreams - van halen
once in a lifetime - talking heads
you spin me right round - dead or alive
i ran - a flock of seagulls
money for nothing - dire straits
i've got my mind set on you - george harrison
you've got another thing comin' - judas priest
working for the weekend - loverboy
where the streets have no name - U2
with or without you - U2
pride - U2
sunday bloody sunday - U2
sweet child o' mine - guns 'n' roses
white wedding - billy idol
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methinks you need these:

Pat Benatar - Love is a Battlefield , We Belong, All Fired Up
Cyndi Lauper - Money Changes Everything
Prince - When Doves Cry, Sign O the Times
anything by the Police
Don Henley - the Boys of Summer

erase the Bon Jovi songs though, mate

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i agree with everything on that tart's list

i am an 80s duranie expert:

friends of mine
anyone out there
sekret oktober
late bar
new religion
american science
i take the dice
i'm looking for cracks in the pavement
union of the snake
the reflex
the chauffeur
meet el presidente
big thing
do you believe in shame?
all she wants is
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oh yeah:

bryan adams - summer of '69
go west - king of wishful thinking
david bowie - let's dance
david bowie - blue jean
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ooh...it takes one to know one!

Yes, Duran Duran are essential, the earlier the better. And Arcadia, for that matter.

If we're going all-out '80s pop you can't forget Thompson Twins, Bananarama and the Pet Shop boys.

T'Pau for power ballads!

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oh the police

wrapped around your finger
walking in your footsteps...

oh hell, just download ALL of 'synchronicity'
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ARCADIA!!!!!!!!!!!!!

'so red the rose' is an excellent album, every song is great:

you should also check out 'the power station'

their version of t-rex's 'get it on (bang a gong)' is marvelous
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i'll be back with more pop-selections...but first...have to go to class. meh.

see you later

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How about some Nena or Depeche Mode?
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ooh...it takes one to know one!

Yes, Duran Duran are essential, the earlier the better. And Arcadia, for that matter.

If we're going all-out '80s pop you can't forget Thompson Twins, Bananarama and the Pet Shop boys.

T'Pau for power ballads!
Bananarama - Cruel Summer is a gem!
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how could i forget whitesnake
Is this love
here I go again

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Thanks guys... A dude at my office just loaned me the Best of Duran Duran... and he also loaned me a cd called "Monster 80s"

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