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How about I have the touch by Peter Gabriel for a request?
Genesis' Phil Collins, I Don't Care Any More
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Howsabout One Step Beyond by Madness next time?
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Peter Gabriel is probably the artist from the 80's that I should know more about. This was new to me, but I really liked it. Great pick WH.
A very popular song from the 80's that had some real teeth. Phil Collins, as usual, gives a fantastic performance. I love it when he really gets into the song. Great stuff, Katefan. One of the best of the decade.
I remember making fun of this song when it came out because it basically had no lyrics. I still liked it though, but I think I like it more now. I always liked the opening to the video. Great party song.
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I remember this one. The giant mosquito always freaked me out. Good song. It would've made a good workout montage song for a Rocky movie.
I'm just not a big Pat Benatar fan. The songs are ok, but they don't do much for me.
I remember getting excited when this video would come on. This is some of the best stuff of the 80's. Very Mad Max. I think it's the first time Petty wore the flat top hat, at least in a video.
Bonnie Tyler really has an epic booming voice, and it works in this song. I'm not a fan of her popular music, but I liked this. It sounds less pop ballard, more edgy.
I think this was my first INXS song. I certainly remember the video like I saw it yesterday. This is a great song. I dont think of them as being popular as early as 1982, but they were. Proof that not all bands with 80's hair were bad.
I remember really liking Kids In America, but this song never did much for me, though I'm sure I heard it very often as I started sneaking into clubs around 1987.
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Fer a reekwest, eye'd luv ta heer Let The Music Do The Talking by Aerosmith. (We should have a "spell like Quiet Riot" week on the board - or a "spell like Slade" week if we do it on the GSB board.)