60srocknroll.com/1980-1984

  1. Call Me-Blondie
  2. Fame-Irene Cara
  3. Working My Way Back To You/Forgive-The Spinners
  4. Funkytown-Lipps, Inc.
  5. Little Jeannie-Elton John
  6. Upside Down-Diana Rose
  7. He’s So Shy-The Pointer Sisters
  8. Please Don’t Go-KC & The Sunshine Band
  9. Do That To Me One More Time-Captain & Tennille
  10. Take Your Time (Do It Right), Pt. 1
  11. Bette David Eyes-Kim Carnes
  12. Jessie’s Girl-Rick Springfield
  13. The One That You Love-Air Supply
  14. The Tide Is High-Blondie
  15. Physical-Olivia Newton-John
  16. 9 To 5-Dolly Parton
  17. Queen Of Hearts-Juice Newton
  18. Kiss On My List-Daryl & John Oates
  19. Being With You-Smokey Robinson
  20. Celebration-Kool & The Gang
  21. Harden My Heart-Quarterflash
  22. Rosanna-Toto
  23. Eye In The Sky-The Alan Parsons Project
  24. Gloria-Laura Branigan
  25. Who Can It be Now?-Men At Work
  26. Open Arms-Journey
  27. Don’t Talk To Strangers-Rick Springfield
  28. Maneater-Daryl Hall & John Oates
  29. Up Where We Belong-Joe Crocker/Jennifer Warnes
  30. Centerfold-J. Geils Band
  31. Down Under-Men At Work
  32. Africa-Toto
  33. Stray Cat Strut-Stray Cats
  34. Maniac-Michael Sembello
  35. Electric Avenue-Eddy Grant
  36. True-Spandau Ballet
  37. Total Eclipse Of The Heart-Bonnie Tyler
  38. Jeopardy-Greg Kilin Band
  39. Do You Really Want To Hurt Me-Culture Club
  40. Making Love Out Of Nothing At All-Air Supply
  41. Owner Of A Heart-Yes
  42. Ghostbusters-Ray Parker, Jr.
  43. Talking In Your Sleep-The Romantics
  44. Jump (For My Love)-The Pointer Sisters
  45. Caribbean Queen (No More Love On The Run)-Billy Ocean
  46. Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go-Wham!
  47. Let’s Heart It For The Boy-Deniece Williams
  48. Karma Chameleon-Culture Club
  49. Hold Me Now-Thompson Twins
  50. What’s Love Got To Do With It-Tina Turner

Impressive list, but other than the performers that I texted about, but the others are considered One Hit Wonders. These One Hit Wonders of 1980-1984, have been forgotten like the performers that sung them. I lived through the 1980’s and not even I remembered them and the songs they recorded. I’m sure they were popular then, but now they have 9 to 5 jobs and their only footnotes in some book that might have been out of print. That’s a shame, but that’s what happens when you don’t  adapt to the times, you are forgotten and in some yard sale where your CD’s end up in.

If you don’t believe me, then try to find a CD of them. Check out Amazon.com or mckennadiscountenterprise.com, you might find their CD’s and prices are like their giving them away. If you find their CD’s, you’ll end up throwing it in the trash, because their not worth the pennies you paid for it.

If you like the 1980’s, then read the post that I texted, buy some great songs and don’t waste your time on the others, because you’ll regret it if you do !!!

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