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  1. Gujas says:
    Aug 06,  · The only reason these things were popular throughout my childhood and adolescence in the s and ’80s was their portability: You could play .
  2. Mazukasa says:
    "The Only Way Is Up" is a song written by George Jackson and Johnny Henderson and originally released in as a single by soul singer Otis Clay. In , it became a chart-topping single for Yazz and the Plastic Population. The song is used as the theme tune to the popular ITV2/ITVBe reality television series The Only Way Is Essex. The song was a favourite of M People's, who would .
  3. Togis says:
    Apr 01,  · The 80s has always been a "significant music period" but the decade's influence" has "really stuck" this time round, according to the Independent's music correspondent Roisin O'Connor.
  4. Gutilar says:
    Just Can't Get Enough: New Wave Hits of the '80s is a series of compilations issued by Rhino Records, on both CD and audio cassette, featuring various artists from the new wave era – The series contained 15 volumes.
  5. Gardakasa says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of The 80's - The Album Of The Decade on Discogs. Label: EMI - TC EMTVD 48 • Format: 2x, Cassette Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock The Only Way Is Up: D3 Various: The 80's - The Album Of The Decade.
  6. Bar says:
    The 80s were one of a kind. It was as if the s were asked to depict what they thought the year would look like. Needless to say, they missed the mark, but we got a lot of awfully awesome things in return. The decade that gave birth to Millennials felt like it was in a constant state of identity crisis, and nothing showed that better than the music industry – everything from hair.
  7. Vogore says:
    The band has continued through various line-ups; Smith is the group's only remaining original member. The line-up of the band for their most recent album, Dream (), consisted of Smith, Porl Thompson (guitar), Simon Gallup (bass guitar) and Jason Cooper (drums). The Cure's debut album, Three Imaginary Boys (), reached number forty.
  8. Shagami says:
    Labour of Love, by Britain's UB40, was exactly that: an enjoyable way of paying tribute to the reggae tunes that meant the most to the band members when they were growing up. The ten numbers they.

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