5. My Ever Changing Mood. 7. When Tomorrow Comes.
Criteria: The songs here are based on popularity and impact with an emphasis on a party atmosphere.
Bowie was all over the place during the ’80s: duetting with Jagger, clambering into spandex for Labyrinth, getting buried alive for Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence and ultimately embarking on a midlife crisis that resulted in a worrying beard and Tin Machine. But before all that, he managed to lay down some of the decade’s best tracks, including this nihilistic, Nile Rodgers–assisted soul boogie from 1983. We defy your feet to stay on the floor as that cyclical, cynical, irresistible chorus hurtles o. James Manning. A song so quintessentially ’80s, from its sharp synth bass to its inclusion in her flick Desperately Seeking Susan-this popgasm has only one critic: Madonna. Years after its 1985 release, she said that she felt like a dork singing it. Fine, Madge, but you can't have looked as dorky as the millions of us who sang it into our hairbrushes.
All of the songs on this list are worthy to be on it - and as a pop song it is in a unwinnable contest against the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. However, this is one of the best pop songs to come in the 80s, and is still one of the best songs today. A catchy tune that is SO 80s style with amazing voice skills by Morten Harket. Not taking metal into consideration, one of the best songs to have come from Norway. It is one of the best songs of the world! Not my favourite A-ha-song, but one of the best 80s-songs - Daisymorot.
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This is a list of the top 100 songs of the 1980s in the United States, based exclusively on chart performance on the Billboard Hot 100 from 1980-1989. 109,367 users · 1,216,157 views. avg. score: 83 of 100 (83%).
18 months ago. I love these songs so much. PS If you like hard rock a great album from the 80s is Operation Mindcrime by Queensryche (they did Silent Lucidity).
CreditsPMC All-Stars - Primary Artist
|1||Dance Away [Live Arrangement]||PMC All-Stars||3:49|
|2||Secret Lovers||PMC All-Stars||3:52|
|3||Power of Love||PMC All-Stars||5:30|
|6||Price of Love||PMC All-Stars||3:33|
|7||I'd Love You to Want Me||PMC All-Stars||3:26|
|8||Easy Lover||PMC All-Stars||5:17|
|9||Girls on Film||PMC All-Stars||3:37|
|10||Holding Back the Years||PMC All-Stars||4:40|
|12||Hanging on the Telephone||PMC All-Stars||2:24|
|13||Hold on Tight||PMC All-Stars||3:08|
|14||Pride (In the Name of Love)||PMC All-Stars||4:06|
|15||Dead Ringer for Love||PMC All-Stars||4:24|
|16||Merry Christmas Everyone||PMC All-Stars||3:41|
|17||Got to Be There||PMC All-Stars||3:28|
|18||Do the Strand [Live Arrangement]||PMC All-Stars||3:42|
|20||Thinking of You||PMC All-Stars||3:30|
|22||Didn't We Almost Have It All||PMC All-Stars||4:36|
|23||Absolute Beginners||PMC All-Stars||5:53|
|24||On the Radio||PMC All-Stars||4:05|
|28||Cool Rider||PMC All-Stars||3:34|
|29||Fields of Fire (400 Miles)||PMC All-Stars||3:34|
|30||Beat It||PMC All-Stars||4:49|