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An80sNut A #37 hit in 1984 for Robin Gibb co-written with brother Maurice. Our thoughts are with him as the 62 year-old fights pneumonia and cancer.
An80sNut A 1986 solo re-recording of his hit with America. A #2 hit on the Christian Singles chart. Dan Peek passed away on Sunday.
An80sNut An often overlooked Christmas song by Erasure of 1988's Crackers International EP. The EP went to #2 on the U.K. Singles chart (as they were eligible)
An80sNut People wrote them off, after their main songwriter left. The next single "See You" would surpass earlier hits. An overlooked gem from that 1982 album.
An80sNut Originally written by David Bowie, John Lennon, and Carlos Alomar, the band would release the cover as a B-side to the '81 single "Careless Memories."

Duran DuranFame

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An80sNut Released as a limited edition double-single with "Atmosphere" in 1980 under the title Licht Und Blindheit it would be covered by NIN for The Crow OST.
An80sNut One of two songs recorded for their 1987 collection, Substance. The dark song was almost a single over their huge hit "True Faith."

New Order1963

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An80sNut This 1982 #35 U.S. (#2 Country) hit often gets lost between his songs of rainy nights, taking things step by step and drivin' his life away.
An80sNut It tells you how powerful Ozzy Osbourne's 1980 solo debut was when non-singles like this and "Suicide Solution" are treated like hit singles.
An80sNut Off their final album together, Strangeways, Here We Come, this 1987 hit was the 3rd single of the album going to #30 in the U.K. and #19 in Ireland.
An80sNut This 1983 hit was the follow-up to "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" and would go to #46 in the U.S. Tyler has an amazing career and story.
An80sNut Their first top 20 hit in the U.K. (#13) in 1980 off their self-titled debut album. Hints of Kraftwerk mixed with a pop sensibility they'd expand on.


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An80sNut The second single off of their 1986 album, this shows the style shift that would lead to 3 members leaving the band. The group would disband in 1989.

Thrill Of A Lifetime by King Kobra

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An80sNut Classic song from the film The Howling II. Hard to find soundtrack but terrific song to be featured on this week's show. Have a happy Halloween.

Steve Parsons -- The Howling

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An80sNut This was a #5 hit in Norway in 1989 for a band that mixed the aggressiveness of metal with proficient songwriting. Stands the test of time well.


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An80sNut Hard to believe this is the same Foghat that brought you "Slow Ride" but this 1981 single shows how versatile a band can be with how the are labeled.

Wide Boy

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An80sNut A #34 hit in Canada, this came off their 1982 debut album. Formerly from punk bands, these guys bridged glam rock and goth while keeping a punk edge.
An80sNut This 1988 #5 U.S. hit was originally penned by John Hiatt and Fred Koller. Healey passed away just over 2 years ago.
An80sNut A classic hit (but not his biggest in the U.S.) that creates some great soundscapes. Hour-long interview with him this week on Talking 80s Music.
An80sNut Not a chart hit but a memorable song that has transcended its original use in the Transformers animated film. A lot of great soundtrack songs by him.

Stan BushThe Touch

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