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Colors of the world

Howard Jones – Like To Get To Know You Well

What do Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States, Italy, the Soviet Union, Iran, the South African Republic, Sweden, Angola, Israel and Belgium have in common? Or Pakistan, Central African Republic, Germany, Australia, New Zealand and Japan? I know,

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The song of common people

Paul Young – Love of the Common People

We know by now that every song has its own story and needs to find its way to become famous and get into people’s hearts. This song was born already in the 60s, and among the many artists who sang it,

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Holidays without parents

Wham! – Club Tropicana

No matter your generation, you can be an 80s dinosaur, a millennial or even younger: you’ll remember your first vacations with friends away from your parents for the rest of your life.

In the early 80s it was not so obvious that once you turned 18 you went on holiday with friends;

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On jazz side

Matt Bianco – Whose Side Are You On

In July 1984, the song that gave the name to Matt Bianco’s first album, “Whose Side Are You On”, was released. Matt Bianco, though on their first album, were perhaps in their most famous line-up. Born as a group of four,

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Videos and models

Duran Duran – Girls On Film

July 13th has always been an important day for the 80s music, maybe because of summer, or maybe the heat. In 1985 on that day there was the famous Live Aid, the highest point of the 80s, the watershed between the first and second parts of this fantastic decade.

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Music and toys

T.X.T. – Girl’s Got A Brand New Toy

Summer of 1985 was probably the highest and purest period of the 80s, we have said this many times, and not only because of Live Aid. The months between April and August of that year saw a multitude of new groups and great successes like few other periods in history.

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The magic of songs

America – You Can Do Magic

In the early 1980s the name of America was known mainly… in England, and so far so good. America was a trio of guys born from English mothers and American fathers who were long-term soldiers based in England, who in the 70s made a series of fairly successful songs,

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Way to success!

Run-D.M.C. ft. Aerosmith – Walk This Way

The 4th of July, we know, is an important date for all Americans, it’s their Independence Day. And it takes courage to release a song on the Fourth of July, when all of America is probably closed for vacation.

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The Nature of the King

Michael Jackson – Human Nature

On July 3, 1983, a fantastic song was released that would remain forever in the hearts of all us 80s dinosaurs. The song was already well known, because it was featured in an album that was already writing the story. An album that already sent many singles to the top of the charts,

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