Dave Galanter
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Hey there, Barbies and Kens! It's time for a new Music Fun, so let's get goin'! \:\)

There weren't any requests this week, so we're jumpin' to my music. Remember, I can't play YOUR favorites if you don't request 'em! \:\)

Now, on wit' the show! \:\)

The Cars

Lionel Richie
All Night Long

Kim Wilde
Kids In America

The Tide Is High

James Ingram & Patti Austin
Baby, Come To Me

I Want To Break Free

Well, that'll do it for another week! Be here NEXT week when I bring in a few more songs/videos from the '80's! \:\)

All except the last two are favorites. I do like Queen this one just is not one of their best though I think one of the better ones to the critics. I listen to The Cars and liked their cross genre sound. This is the only Ritchie song I can think of that I liked. Simple ballads got old to me pretty fast. R.E.O. knew how to turn a ballad into a R&R song! This is also the only Wilde song I remember enjoying. Ingram&Austin didnt do it for me either. Almost forgot-loved Blondie the band-lusted after Debbie Harry. They were in that group that were to good to be punk and helped launch the new wave era.

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