Music was such an important part of my life during the 80s, so that's why I am the grandmaster champion of
80s Trivial Pursuit on this topic! lol No matter how obscure the one-hit-wonder on the pop charts during that
decade, I bet I could either name the artist(s) or at least...
If it seems a little time is neededDecisions to be madeThe good advice of friends unheededThe best of plans mislaidJust looking for a new directionIn an old familiar wayThe forming of a new connectionTo study or to playAnd so the conversation turnedUntil the sun went downAnd...
1)-It's My Life - Talk Talk
2)-Control - Janet Jackson
3)-Holding Back The Years - Simply Red
4)-Eyes Without A Face - Billy Idol
5)-Cover Me - Bruce Springsteen
6)-Let It Whip - Dazz Band
7)-1999 - Prince
8)-Automatic - Pointer Sisters
9)-Are We Ourselves - The Fixx
Ahh... The days of 80s music. Music today is just not the same, at all. I even listen to the 80s station on tv, alot. if people think I need to move on and get into the present, that is their opinion. I'll always be an 80s girl at heart.
I guess I'll go for ELO, but only slightly. http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=ELO+greatest+hits+full+album&oq=ELO+greatest+hits+full+album&gs_l=youtube.3..0.1139.6970.0.8087.34.17.1.188.8.131.52.2304.4j10j3.17.0...0.0...1ac.1.11.youtube.6xdFjl_TQAY
There's a sound and style that the 80's have that has been changed in Rock. Not that I don't like today's music, I just miss the 80's sound. However the fashion of the 80's is slowly coming back. Electronic Music has taken the 80's fashion and Fonts. Snowboarding has brought...
While growing up some tunes stick with you. While the collection of LPs etc that I have inherited of the 70s seem much better than what was available in the 80s, The fact that I had listened to them gives it some fondness. Michael Jackson was the stand out of them all.
I was born in 1989, but I grew up with 80s music, because of my older sister, 13 years older...I grew up hearing Eurythmics, Guns'N'Roses, George Michael, Roxette, Queen, Pet Shop Boys, Billy Idol, Duran Duran, plus all 80s hits, all the time.
I remember being 6 or 7, trying to...
I can relate to so many songs from the eighties. Like my motto no music no life. Without music what would life be like. I don't even want to know. Those songs for the past have so much meaning to my life and helped me through out the years. The music these days heck I can't...
LOL I LOve the 80's from the music to the movies, I still listen to teh 80's all the time -
:) and I just bought Pat Benetar & REO Speedwagon tickets :) Time for the big hair and miniskirt with the denim jacket and my skippy sneakers and slouch socks lol
The last throws of Punk before the new romantics took over. I saw Toyah in concert a couple of times.
Good morning universe, how are you today?
Morning, morning universe, I'm feeling good today
Come with me, come with me
Open up your minds and see
I was asked to name only one favorite song. This is hard to do when I like so many. While thinking this over the song We Are the World started to play so I thought this one has a lot of my favorite artists so why not use it as my answer. I never thought about how hard...
the eighties, no internet, no mobile phones, people actually went out and socialized. loved the music though i like absolute radio
dedicated eighties music all day, wham culture club billy joel lionel richie MJ ub40 the clash all the movie soundtracks ie top gun
i was born in 197...
You know our love was meant to be
The kind of love that lasts forever.
And I want you here with me
From tonight until the end of time.
You should know, everywhere I go
You're always on my mind, in my heart, in my soul.
Baby, you're the meaning in my life, you're the inspiration...
I am a total child of the 80's! "our" music was always good! we didn't scream to the point of pain ("9 inch nails and others that only scream!) my 16 year old son says they still play 80's music at his school dances! he taught everyone the Thriller dance at homecoming...
i loved their songs.shout,everybody wants to rule the world.even now,when i hear those songs i turn up the radio and sing out loud.they were a big part of my life at that time.i just wished they would have not broken up.
I don't get to go to concerts much...but last fall I had an opportunity to see Journey, Foreigner and Night Ranger. Wow, these guys all put on quite a show! Although I didn't know that Journey had a different lead singer, he did a good job, and I had so much fun! It really made...
There's an army on the dance floor
It's a fashion with a gun, my love
In a room without a door
A kiss is not enough in
Love my way
It's a new road
I follow where my mind goes, they'd
Put us on a railroad
They'd dearly make us pay
For laughing in their faces
And making it our...