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Swing Out Sister - It's Better To Travel
Break out album for Swing out sister
By: conaltheballbearing
Date: 29 Sep 2016

The debut album for U.K.s Swing Out Sister...amazing album, not ironically, for traveling. Every track is great and was a staple in the car...could let it play repetitively. (Probably why my cassette tape wore out.)
From the Tragically, there is only the one song put up here but definitely worth a whole album purchase. Perhaps someday, there will be more songs added from this cool album.

Faith No More - The Real Thing
From out of nowhere.....where?
By: conaltheballbearing
Date: 30 Aug 2016

A "real thing" album at the "edge of the world" of the twilight of the hair band and rise of the grunge movement....truly an "Epic" album. We do "care a lot" about this album....it's "the real thing".

T'Pau - T'Pau
Could use a lot more than Heart and Soul
By: conaltheballbearing
Date: 19 May 2016

Great 80's band with complicated backgrounds and blending. The song China in my Hand...stayed on the UK top 10 for over 10 weeks....5 weeks at number 1! Would love to see more of this album available on 1980's FM but for now.....enjoy a little bit of Heart and Soul!

Platinum Blonde - Alien Shores
Platinum Blonder
By: conaltheballbearing
Date: 1 Feb 2016

An interesting follow up to their debut- unbelievable album "Standing In The Dark", featuring a new bass player Kenny Mclean so that on tour, lead singer Mark Holmes could do more theatrics. Great album, great tracks and definitly worth a complete listen to.

Robbie Robertson - Robbie Robertson
Quality Canadian Content
By: conaltheballbearing
Date: 22 Jan 2016

Great album....fantastic sounds (Somewhere down the Crazy river--super trippy and a great monologue "...you like it now....but you'll love it later) and cool tracks. Worth a full listen to.

Motley Crue - Dr. Feelgood
Dr Feelgood needs more tracks
By: conaltheballbearing
Date: 18 Nov 2015

A fantastic Motley Crue album....shame that we only have access to the one track mind you. But perhaps that will be remedied, and they will needle up some more contagious tracks. Well I gave it a shot.

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Simple Minds, E.G. Daily, Wang Chung (...) - Breakfast Club, The
The Breakfast Club
By: ZeframCochrane
Date: 11 Aug 2013

I love the Movie.The characters all came from different social cliques and stereotypes...Andrew was the jock, Allison the outsider, Bender the troublemaker, Brian the nerd, and Claire the snob/princess .The Soundtrack is great... Simple Minds "Don't You (Forget About Me)." One of the few new wave songs that could seriously be called an anthem.

Huey Lewis & The News - Sports
HL&TN at their best!
By: Da1e
Date: 2 Jul 2013

This was one of the first records...yes records!...that I had growing up. With a strong 1980's feel and a sound that is a true representation of main stream rock in the 80's (without having the big hair).

Songs with meanings and stories are (IMO) the best to listen to. The pulsing heartbeat of "The Heart of Rock & Roll" starts off this album appropriately! As the song tells, rock & roll was everywhere in the 80's, New York, LA, Sunset strip, Philly...etc.

"Walking on a thin line" almost sounds as if HL&TN were talking about their trouble becoming popular "labeled as freaks, loose on the streets of the city". Their sound, as with most artists of the 80's, was unique...like a rock-country genre without the twang and sad stories of country.

My personal favorite is "Finally found a home". It's a story about a person growing up who is an outcast and doesn't know where they fit in or belong and everyone is questioning them, "what will you be when you grow up?" In the end, they figure it all out.

I could go on about the album. It truly is the best album of Huey Lewis & The News. Everyone knows the few popular songs to come from this album, give the rest a try...they deserve it!

Belinda Carlisle - Runaway Horses
Runaway Horses
By: Winter
Date: 15 Nov 2012

Carlisle's third solo effort, Runaway Horses was less commercially and critically successful particularly in the US market. The album spawned only one US top ten hit, "Leave A Light On"; however, it had two more hits in the UK "(We Want) The Same Thing" and "Summer Rain".

This album combines the pop styling common to the Go-Gos with the more individual themes found in her first two solo albums. The album also spotlights some big names in the music itself: George Harrison plays guitar in "Leave A Light On" and "Deep, Deep Ocean." Kenny Aronoff, best known as John Cougar Mellencamp's drummer, drums on most of the tracks. And Bryan Adams has backing vocals on "Whatever It Takes."

Overall, though the album was not a big hit at the time of release, the songs have remained popular and found more appreciation from later listeners. It certainly seems to be popular with 1980s.FM listeners, as indicated by the fairly high played counts. :)

Young M.C. - Stone Cold Rhymin'
Just Say No
By: Devin888
Date: 13 Oct 2012

" Just Say " No was a song in the late 80s to keep young kids off drugs in L.A. It was not a big hit song but got heard out on the streets in L.A. during the mid 90s. " Bust A Move " was played on Power 106 aka 105.9 FM & K DAY 93.5 FM (I think) K DAY can only be heard really good close to Long Beach. Both rap stations still today from the L.A. area. Good stuff. I lived in SO CAL from 1978 to 2007.

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