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Posts tagged with 80s

Mike Joyce Of The Smiths On Their Final Album

Mike Joyce Of The Smiths On Their Final Album

Mike Joyce of The Smiths has spoken about the band's final album, Strangeways, Here We Come, to mark its 35th anniversary.

1999: Behind The Prince Song That Started A New Era In Pop Music
In Depth

1999: Behind The Prince Song That Started A New Era In Pop Music

Inspired by Nostradamus’ prophesies for the end of the world, Prince’s 1999 song pointed to a bold new future for pop music.

Here We Go Again: 10 Whitesnake Facts You Need To Know
List & Guides

Here We Go Again: 10 Whitesnake Facts You Need To Know

Think you know everything there is to know about David Coverdale’s reptilian rockers? These Whitesnake facts may prove you wrong…

RSD Black Friday 2022: Madonna, Fleetwood Mac & More

RSD Black Friday 2022: Madonna, Fleetwood Mac & More

This RSD Black Friday, Rhino is releasing 10 exclusive releases spanning their eclectic roster including Madonna and Fleetwood Mac.

True Blue: The Story Behind Madonna’s Insightful Hit Song
In Depth

True Blue: The Story Behind Madonna’s Insightful Hit Song

A slick 50s/60s pop homage, the song True Blue was another smash-hit single for Madonna, but few had seen it coming…

Steve Norman Talks 40th Anniversary Tour Of ‘Journeys To Glory’, Life In Spandau Ballet
Interviews

Steve Norman Talks 40th Anniversary Tour Of ‘Journeys To Glory’, Life In Spandau Ballet

In this interview, Spandau Ballet’s Steve Norman reveals the many highs – and the odd low – of being in one of the biggest bands of the 80s.

‘Hounds Of Love’: Why Kate Bush’s Classic Album Still Connects
In Depth

‘Hounds Of Love’: Why Kate Bush’s Classic Album Still Connects

With the ‘Hounds Of Love’ album, Kate Bush let loose a masterpiece of world-changing proportions. Nothing else sounds like it.

‘Halfway To Sanity’: How Ramones Kept Their Heads In The Late 80s
In Depth

‘Halfway To Sanity’: How Ramones Kept Their Heads In The Late 80s

Released a decade after their breakthrough, Ramones’ ‘Halfway To Sanity’ album was the work of a group that ‘remained hungry’.

Karl Bartos Of Kraftwerk: “It Was Not The Machines That Wrote Our Songs”

Karl Bartos Of Kraftwerk: “It Was Not The Machines That Wrote Our Songs”

Karl Bartos is interviewed in the new issue of Prog Magazine about his time in electronic pioneers Kraftwerk.

a-ha: Why The Norwegian Pop Icons’ Legacy Is More Than Take On Me
In Depth

a-ha: Why The Norwegian Pop Icons’ Legacy Is More Than Take On Me

Since scoring their international breakthrough with Take On Me, a-ha have built a musical legacy that has demanded critical respect.

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