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Even More '80s Pop - School of Rock: '80s Pop

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Billy Joel  Uptown Girl   buy on itunes
Rick Astley  Never Gonna Give You Up   buy on itunes
Spandau Ballet  True   buy on itunes
Michael Sembello  Maniac   buy on itunes
Living Colour  Cult of Personality   buy on itunes
The Outfield  Your Love   buy on itunes
Eddie Rabbitt  Drivin' My Life Away   buy on itunes
Patty Smyth  Goodbye to You   buy on itunes
Howard Jones  Things Can Only Get Better   buy on itunes
Steve Perry  Oh Sherrie   buy on itunes
Suzanne Vega  Luka   buy on itunes
Quarterflash  Harden My Heart   buy on itunes
Talk Talk  It's My Life   buy on itunes
Simply Red  Holding Back the Years   buy on itunes
Belinda Carlisle  Heaven Is a Place On Earth   buy on itunes
Corey Hart  Sunglasses at Night   buy on itunes
Paul Young  Every Time You Go Away   buy on itunes
Tiffany  I Think We're Alone Now   buy on itunes
Bryan Ferry  Slave to Love   buy on itunes
Willie Nelson  To All the Girls I've Loved Before   buy on itunes
Richard Marx  Right Here Waiting   buy on itunes
Indigo Girls  Closer to Fine   buy on itunes
The Motels  Only the Lonely   buy on itunes
David & David  Welcome to the Boomtown   buy on itunes
Linda Ronstadt featuring Aaron Neville  Don't Know Much   buy on itunes
10,000 Maniacs  Like the Weather   buy on itunes
Bette Midler  The Rose   buy on itunes
Randy Newman  I Love L.A.   buy on itunes
Kim Wilde  Kids in America   buy on itunes

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Just can't bear to quit basking in the neon glow that was the '80s? Neither could we, so we're back with a [i]third[/i] playlist full of favorites. Vernon Reid forges a Marshall-stack-searing bond between funk and metal with his swooning, shredding, [i]screaming[/i] six-string in Living Colour's "Cult of Personality," reclaiming hard rock's black heritage unlike any guitarist since Hendrix. Blue-eyed U.K. soulster Rick Astley shimmies his way to the top of the charts with "Never Gonna Give You Up," a sugary slice of synth-slathered pop that spawned the Internet phenomenon of "Rickrolling," in which unwitting users are duped into clicking on a link that takes them to the song's video. And with a "big, nasty redhead at my side," Randy Newman rolls out a rollicking, rocking celebration of all the myriad wonders of SoCal living, from Skid Row's "bums" to Victory Boulevard's asphalt-paved vistas, in "I Love L.A." But there's way more than just L.A. to love; from "I Think We're Alone Now" to "Sunglasses At Night," we've brought you all the hits that kept us glued to the radio dial — and wanting our MTV — for an entire decade.
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