The 80s: Midnight Star’s ‘No Parking On The Dance Floor’

It’s always a great experience to listen to an album and enjoy it from beginning to end, and such was the case when music listeners dropped the needle on Midnight Star’s No Parking On The Dance Floor back in the […]

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The 80s: The Police’s ‘Synchronicity’

Often times, a certain sound comes to mind when thinking of the music of the 1980s, but there are a few albums out there that

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The 80s: Top Tunes of 1980

If you can remember Rubik’s Cubes and “who shot J.R.?,” spent time in the arcade playing Pac-Man, watched television shows like The Love Boat, Alice


The 80s: DeBarge’s ‘Rhythm of the Night’

By the time DeBarge released the album Rhythm of the Night, the group of siblings from Michigan was accustomed to hitting the charts, already known


The 80s: Ready For The World

Never were Jheri curls as cool as when they were sported by the band Ready For The World, a sextet formed in Flint, Michigan, where


The 80s: Scritti Politti’s ‘Cupid & Psyche 85’

The 80s had its fair share of bands from the U.K. to hit the charts in the states.  One group that often goes forgotten is


The 80s: Robbie Nevil

Singer, songwriter, musician and producer Robbie Nevil began his music career in his hometown of Los Angeles, California, learning to play the guitar at age


The 80s: Billy Ocean’s Love Zone

Many music fans considered Billy Ocean an overnight sensation when the single "Caribbean Queen (No More Love on the Run)," from his album Suddenly, became


The Producers: Patrick Cowley

Patrick Cowley was not only one of the premier producers in the disco era, but was known for his reputation as a synthesizer master and


The 80s: The Beastie Boys’ ‘Licensed To Ill’

In 1986, The Beastie Boys, comprised of Michael "Mike D" Diamond, Adam "MCA" Yauch and Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz, released their debut album Licensed to Ill. 

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