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    Big In Japan, China Girl, Love Will Find a Way, Don't Change
  • Favorite 80's artists
    Alphaville, David Bowie, Journey, A-ha, Modern Talking, Duran Duran, Talk Talk
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    Conan the Barbarian, The Last Emperor, Planes, Trains and Automobiles, the Karate Kid

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  1. View Game Cloak & Dagger Agent X must progress through a series of floors to retrieve a set of stolen plans and destroy Dr. Boom's underground bomb factory. Avoid the explosives, bomb converters, forklifts, robot guards, acid pits, and death-ray shooting eyeballs. The game was featured in the motion picture of the same name. Submitter MrEighties Themes Action Genres
  2. Agent X must progress through a series of floors to retrieve a set of stolen plans and destroy Dr. Boom's underground bomb factory. Avoid the explosives, bomb converters, forklifts, robot guards, acid pits, and death-ray shooting eyeballs. The game was featured in the motion picture of the same name.
  3. Heathcliff was one of the cartoons that I always watched. There was always something about that orange cat lol.
  4. On February 19, 1986 Russia launched the first Space Station which was named Mir. What exactly was Mir? It was definitely one of the best built space station and the longest lasting one too. A more detail analysis on what the Mir was.
  5. View artist Chaka Khan Yvette Marie Stevens (born March 23, 1953), better known by her stage name Chaka Khan, is an American musician, singer and songwriter. Her career has spanned nearly five decades, beginning in the 1970s as the lead vocalist of the funk band Rufus. Known as the "Queen of Funk", Khan was the first R&B artist to have a crossover hit featuring a rapper, with "I Feel for You" in 1984. Khan has won ten Grammy Awards and has sold an estimated 70 million records worldwide. With Rufus, she achieved four gold singles, four gold albums, a
  6. Yvette Marie Stevens (born March 23, 1953), better known by her stage name Chaka Khan, is an American musician, singer and songwriter. Her career has spanned nearly five decades, beginning in the 1970s as the lead vocalist of the funk band Rufus. Known as the "Queen of Funk", Khan was the first R&B artist to have a crossover hit featuring a rapper, with "I Feel for You" in 1984. Khan has won ten Grammy Awards and has sold an estimated 70 million records worldwide. With Rufus, she achieved four gold singles, four gold albums, and two platinum albums. In the course of her solo career, Khan achieved three gold singles, three gold albums, and one platinum album with I Feel for You. She has collaborated with Ry Cooder, Robert Palmer, Ray Charles, Quincy Jones, Guru, Chicago, De la Soul, Mary J. Blige, among others. In December 2016, Billboard magazine ranked her as the 65th most successful dance artist of all time. She was ranked at No. 17 in VH1's original list of the 100 Greatest Women of Rock & Roll. She has been nominated for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame three times as a solo artist and four times as a member of Rufus featuring Chaka Khan;[6] the first time in 2012 as a member of Rufus.

    • Genres: Dance Pop, Disco, Funk, Motown, Neo Soul, Post-disco, Quiet Storm, Soul and Urban Contemporary

    • Popularity: 69/100
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    Popularity: 69/100

    Montly Listeners: 0

    Followers: 1,079,518

  7. My second favorite from the Indian Jones series. The Temple of Doom...
  8. ABC after school special the Wizard of Oz various commercials 1986. This is pretty cool. Even the commercials back then were better than anything that comes out now.
  9. Anyone remember this 1984 tv movie? This was a pretty good one.
  10. Who remembers the classic Fresh song from the Kool & the Gang? One hit wonder or no?
  11. Army ants that misinterpret the scent trails left by other ants will sometimes break from the crowd and march in circles. If enough ants join, they can form massive "death spirals."
  12. You're right. There's so many innocent individuals still locked up till this day. Even with newly discovered dna evidence sometimes the courts wont reopen the case. It's a tragedy if you ask me.
  13. Still till this day Whatchamacallit's are my favorite chocolate bar. Who remembers their commercial in the eighties?
  14. View artist The Vapors The Vapors are an English new wave and power pop band that initially existed between 1978 and 1981. They had a hit with the song "Turning Japanese", which reached No. 3 in the UK Singles Chart in 1980 and No. 36 in the US Billboard Hot 100. Based in Guildford, Surrey, an early version of the band was playing the Three Lions pub in Farncombe when The Jam's bassist Bruce Foxton spotted them.[The band's line-up stabilised with David Fenton (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Howard Smith (drums), Edward Bazalgette (lead guitar) and Steve S
  15. The Vapors are an English new wave and power pop band that initially existed between 1978 and 1981. They had a hit with the song "Turning Japanese", which reached No. 3 in the UK Singles Chart in 1980 and No. 36 in the US Billboard Hot 100. Based in Guildford, Surrey, an early version of the band was playing the Three Lions pub in Farncombe when The Jam's bassist Bruce Foxton spotted them.[The band's line-up stabilised with David Fenton (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Howard Smith (drums), Edward Bazalgette (lead guitar) and Steve Smith (bass). Howard Smith and Steve Smith were not related. The band was originally named The Vapours, but had removed the "u" to help garner more attention in North America. Foxton then offered the band a few gigs and agreed to jointly manage them with John Weller (father of Paul Weller).[1] The Vapors were then offered a slot supporting the Jam on the Setting Sons tour in 1979. The band signed to United Artists, releasing their first single, "Prisoners", at the end of 1979, but it failed to chart. Their second single is the song for which they are best remembered: "Turning Japanese". The track was produced by the Jam's producer Vic Coppersmith-Heaven and reached number 3 in the UK[4] and number 1 in Australia. It was also a top-ten hit in Canada and New Zealand, and reached the top 40 in the United States. "Turning Japanese" was believed to euphemistically refer to masturbation,[6] although Fenton (the song's writer) denied that claim in an interview on VH1. He did, however, say he wished to thank whoever first came up with that interpretation, as he felt the salacious rumour about what the song 'really' meant may have been what made it a hit. The follow-up singles "News at Ten" and "Jimmie Jones" both peaked at number 44 in the UK Singles Chart. Wikipedia

    • Genres: Dance Rock, Mod Revival, New Wave, New Wave Pop and Pub Rock

    • Popularity: 46/100
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    • Followers: 30,730

    Popularity: 46/100

    Montly Listeners: 0

    Followers: 30,730

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