July 23, 2004


Due to the overwhelming response, I present (and recall that I can never claim anything to be all inclusive because someone can always come up with one more song)

More 80's (Pop, of course, there are several other genres to list):
You Might Think, Cars
Cover Me, Bruce Springsteen
Dance Hall Days, Wang Chung
I've Been in Love Before, The Cutting Crew
Your Love, The Outfield
Undercover Of The Night, Rolling Stones
The Longest Time, Billy Joel
Magic, Cars
I Feel For You, Chaka Khan
Mandolin Rain, Bruce Hornsby & The Range
Big Time, Peter Gabriel
Everybody Wants To Rule The World, Tears For Fears
Money For Nothing, Dire Straits
Take On Me, A-Ha
Things Can Only Get Better, Howard Jones
Raspberry Beret, Prince & The Revolution
The Boys Of Summer, Don Henley
Head Over Heels, Tears For Fears
Smooth Operator, Sade
Run To You, Bryan Adams
No More Lonely Nights, Paul McCartney
Too Late For Goodbyes, Julian Lennon
I'm On Fire, Bruce Springsteen
Lay Your Hands On Me, Thompson Twins
Need You Tonight, INXS
One More Try, George Michael
What Have I Done To Deserve This?, Pet Shop Boys & Dusty Springfield
What's On Your Mind, Information Society
I Get Weak, Belinda Carlisle
Fast Car, Tracy Chapman
Always On My Mind, Pet Shop Boys
Straight Up, Paula Abdul
If You Don't Know Me By Now, Simply Red
The Living Years, Mike & The Mechanics
Love Song, Cure
What I Am, Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians
The End Of The Innocence, Don Henley

My Source.

Posted by Rae at July 23, 2004 02:52 PM | TrackBack

How about some of those 80s "one hit wonders"?

Lets Go All the Way - Slyfox

We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off - Jermaine Stewart (I think)

Major Tom - Peter Shilling

What About Me - Moving Pictures

Whisper to a Scream - Icicle Works

Call to the Heart - Guiffria

When the Heart Rules the Mind - GTR

Those all became part of my music collection, and some are even replaced on CD! It was fun reminiscing! Oh....that's another good one...Reminiscing by the Little River Band, though I think that's a 702 tune. Wow. I'm old.

Posted by: Susan L. Prince at July 23, 2004 09:37 PM

OMG! The Outfield! You rock, gal! I've been thinking lately I need to get that first big CD (Album, cassette, whatever.)

Posted by: Patrick at July 24, 2004 12:54 AM

Heart of Rock and Roll- Huey Lewis and the News

My brother is always singing Shakakan (I have no idea on how to spell it)

Posted by: Amy at July 24, 2004 06:40 AM

No! No Belinda Carlisle!

Posted by: zombyboy at July 29, 2004 10:28 AM

I really liked these:

It’s my life, Talk Talk

I can dream about you, Dan Hartman

Sex, Berlin

Posted by: Dorian at July 30, 2004 08:46 PM
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