81 Songs Every 80s Music Guru Has On Their Playlist

81 Songs Every 80s Music Guru Has On Their Playlist

Get out your neon clothes and headband and put your leg warmers on, because it's time to have an 80s dance party.
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The best decade for everything was the 80s. Between the movies and music, the 80s was where it was at. 80s music is the best music to ever live. I might not listen to it a lot, but when I do, it is on full blast and everyone around me can hear it. When 80s music is on, you just want to bounce all around the room, but you need to have the right songs on your playlist to bounce around.

1. "Caught Up In You"-- 38 Special

2. "In The Air Tonight"-- Phil Collins

3. "Physical"-- Olivia Newton-John

4. "Take On Me"-- A-ha

5. "Your Love"-- The Outfield

6. "Maniac Monday"-- The Bangles

7. "Jessie's Girl"-- Rick Springfield

8. "Hungry Eyes"-- Eric Carmen

9. "Let's Hear It For The Boys"-- Deniece Williams

10. "(I've Had) The Time Of My Life"-- Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes

11. "Everybody Wants To Rule The World"--Tears For Fears

12. "Don't Stop Believin'"-- Journey

13. "Faithfully"-- Journey

14. "Any Way You Want It"-- Journey

15. "Time After Time"-- Cyndi Lauper

16. "Girls Just Want To Have Fun"-- Cyndi Lauper

17. "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" -- Bonnie Tyler

18. "Bohemian Rhapsody"-- Queen

19. "Another One Bites The Dust"-- Queen

20. "Under Pressure"-- David Bowie and Queen

21. "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)"-- Whitney Houston

22. "How Will I Know"-- Whitney Houston

23. "I Will Always Love You"-- Whitney Houston

24. "Video Killed The Radio Star"-- The Buggles

25. "Come on Eileen"-- Dexy's Midnight Runners

26. "Beat It"-- Michael Jackson

27. "Man In The Mirror"-- Michael Jackson

28. "Material Girl"-- Madonna

29. "Livin' On The Prayer"-- Bon Jovi

30. "Father Figure"-- George Michael

31. "Faith"-- George Michael

32. "Wake Me Up Before You Go Go"-- WHAM!

33. "Kiss"-- Prince

34. "Footloose"-- Kenny Loggins

35. "What I Like About You"-- The Romantics

36. "Take Me Home Tonight"-- Eddie Money

37. "Love Shack"-- The B-52's

38. "Don't You (Forget About Me)"-- Simple Minds

39. "Sexual Healing"-- Marvin Gaye

40. "One Way Or Another"-- Blondie

41. "Hit Me With Your Best Shot"-- Pat Benatar

42. "Walking On Sunshine"-- Katrina & The Waves

43. "It's Tricky"-- Run-DMC

44. "We Built This City"-- Starship

45. "Let's Groove"-- Earth, Wind And Fire

46. "Hungry Like A Wolf"-- Duran Duran

47. "Karma Chameleon"-- Culture Club

48. "Free Fallin'"-- Tom Pretty

49. "Saving All My Love" -- Whitney Houston

50. "All Night Long (All Night)"-- Lionel Riche

51. "Never Too Much"-- Luther Vandross

52. "Dancing In The Dark"-- Bruce Springsteen

53. "Uptown Girl" -- Billy Joel

54. "Girls On Film"-- Duran Duran

55. "We Got The Beat"-- The Go-Go's

56. "Super Freak Pt. 1"-- Rick James

57. "Walk Like An Egyptian"-- The Bangles

58. "Push It"-- Salt-N-Peppa

59. "Hello"-- Lionel Riche

60. "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)"-- Eurythmics

61. "You Make My Dreams"-- Daryl Hall & John Oates

62. "I'm So Excited"-- The Pointer Sister

63. "Get Otta My Dreams, Get Into My Car"-- Billy Ocean

64. "It's Raining Men"-- The Weather Girls

65. "Centerfold"-- The J. Geils Band

66. "Glory Days"-- Bruce Springsteen

67. "Don't You Want Me"-- The Human League

68. "Jack & Diane"-- John Mellencamp

69. "Where Did Our Love Go?"-- Soft Cell

70. "It's Still Rock And Roll To Me"-- Billy Joel

71. "We Belong"-- Pat Benatar

72. "The Way You Make Me Feel"-- Michael Jackson

73. "Heaven Is A Place On Earth"-- Belinda Carlisle

74. "Shadows Of The Night"-- Pat Benatar

75. "Maniac"-- Micheal Sambello

76. "Broken Wings"-- Mr. Mister

77. "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking for"-- U2

78. "Keep On Loving You"-- REO Speedwagon

79. "Don't Dream It's Over"-- Crowded House

80. "Right Here Waiting"-- Richard Marx

81. "Dancing With Myself"-- Billy Idol

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