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Forever a masterpiece

Alphaville – Forever Young

If I had to stop time for a moment in order to to sum up Alphaville’s great career, I would probably choose the days between mid and late September 1984.
The three German boys were already quite famous from the beginning of that year,

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A cartoon story

a-ha – Take on me

There are songs that, for various reasons, are bound to be successful at a particular time. Maybe they were already out, with different arrangements or videos, but then something changes and some time later they finally manage to have the success they deserve.

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Vicious rumors

Timex Social Club – Rumors

Very special group, the Timex Social Club! They were quite famous in the San Francisco area, especially on the hip hop scene, but for the rest of the world they were a bit of a meteor, although they were certainly very cool. Their line-up was always quite fuzzy,

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Zorro in the saloon

Bandolero – Paris Latino

The words Zorro and saloon introduce us to a fantastic hit. It was September 1983 when a song that really represented one of the great magic of the 80s entered the charts in most Europe. The magic of taking an unknown group or singer,

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Girls’ revolution

Cyndi Lauper – Girls Just Want To Have Fun

In early September 1983 a great artist debuted, one of the greatest of all the 80s and later. I have to say that some days in those years were really magical, because on the same day maybe two or three great hits came out.

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Karma and feelings

Culture Club – Karma Chameleon

In September 1983, Culture Club were at a very important time in their career. About a year after the release of their first album “Kissing to be clever”, which popularized them thanks to songs such as “Do you really want to hurt me”

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The first impression

Mel & Kim – Showing Out (Get Fresh At the Weekend)

The first impression is always fundamental, and we cannot afford to fail! Mel & Kim knew this very well, sisters in art and life of Anglo-Jamaican roots, although one also liked to say the surname, Appleby, while the other stretched out a veil of mystery.

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The medicine for success

Bon Jovi – Bad medicine

In early September 1988, Bon Jovi reappered on 80s scene. They released “Bad Medicine” a couple of weeks ahead of the new album “New Jersey”. It had been a couple of years since the release of the previous album. They had just ended the worldwide tour that brought the album all over the world.

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The curse of the Egyptians

The Bangles – Walk like an Egyptian

On September 1, 1986, one of the most peculiar songs of the 80s, “Walk like an Egyptian”, was released. The song’s author came up with the idea when, being on a ferry, he saw all the people moving and swaying in time with every movement of the boat.

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