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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9 Eligible Princes You Need To Know About Now That Prince Harry Is Off The Market

You too could have a Meghan Markle fairytale
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Prince Harry's royal wedding is officially over and there won't be another British royal wedding for quite some time now, as Prince George is way too young to start thinking about that. Fortunately, there are plenty of other countries with plenty of other princes that are still eligible bachelors at the moment. Lucky for you, I did my research and compiled a list of all the eligible princes you need to know about know that Prince Harry has tied the knot with Meghan Markle.

1. Prince Louis of Luxembourg (31)

Prince Louis is the third son of the Grand Duke Henri and Duchess Maria Theresa of Luxembourg. He has recently become a bachelor again after his separation with his wife of 10 years, Princess Tessy.

Fun Fact: He graduated from Richmond, The American International University of London with a BA in Communications. He can also speak Luxembourgish (the fact that's even a language is fun fact by itself), French, German, and English fluently.

2. Prince Sebastien of Luxembourg (26)

Prince Sebastien is the youngest child of the Grand Duke Henri and Duchess Maria Theresa of Luxembourg, so if you marry him, you'll probably never actually be queen because he's pretty far removed from the throne. However, he's relatively young and single, so best of luck.

Fun Fact: For some bizarre reason, this prince actually went to college in Ohio. He played rugby and graduated from Franciscan University of Steubenville in 2015. Now, he is back in his home country and is an officer in the Luxembourg Army.

3. Prince Phillipos of Greece and Denmark (34)

You read that correctly, Prince Phillipos is the prince of not one, but two countries. He is the youngest son of King Constantine and Queen Anne Marie of Greece and Denmark. Unfortunately, Greece abolished their monarchy, so he's a prince in name only there.

Fun Fact: Like Prince Sebastien, Prince Phillipos also went to college in the United States. He earned his B.A. in foreign relations from Georgetown University in 2008. Fortunately, for us American girls, he is actually still living in the US and he works in New York City as an analyst at Ortelius Capital.

4. Prince Albert of Thurn and Taxis (34)

Ever heard of Thurn and Taxis? No? Me neither. Anyways, Prince Albert is from the House of Thurn and Taxis, which is essentially a very old German aristocratic family. He is the son of Prince Johannes XI of Thurn and Taxis and Countess Gloria of Schonburg Glauchau. His family is well known for their breweries and castles, so unless you're gluten-free, you can't really complain.

Fun Fact: He's not just a prince. He's also a racecar driver and 10 years ago he was ranked 11th on Forbes Magazine's List of The 20 Hottest Young Royals.

5. Prince Mateen of Brunei (26)

Prince Mateen is basically like all the guys you already know, except he's royalty. He's the prince of Brunei, which is a small country on the island of Borneo, south of Vietnam. He is one of the five sons of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, and he also has seven sisters. Maybe that's a little different than the guys you know, but one thing he takes very seriously, just like most frat guys, is his Instagram.

Fun Fact: Mateen enjoys playing polo, flying in his private plane, cuddling cute wild animals, and keeping up his Insta game with 890k followers. You can follow him @tmski.

6. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum of Dubai (35)

Sheikh Hamdan also has a killer Instagram with 6.3 million followers. Anyways, Sheikh Hamdan is the billionaire crown prince of Dubai and the second son of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who is the prime minister of the United Arab Emirates and essentially the king of Dubai (Emir). He's actually next in line for the throne because his older brother died in 2015.

Fun Fact: Hamdan's hobbies include skydiving, zip lining, and diving, just to name a few, so if you're an adrenaline junkie, Sheikh Hamdan is the prince for you.

7. Prince Hussein of Jordan (23)

Prince Hussain is the son of the extremely beautiful, Queen Rania and Abdullah II of Jordan and next in line for the Jordanian throne. At 23, he's already a second lieutenant in the Jordanian Armed Forces and he was the youngest person ever to chair a UN Security Council Meeting


Fun Fact: Like Prince Phillippos, Prince Hussain also graduated from Georgetown University in Washington D.C.. Also, like Prince Mateen and Prince Hamdan, he's Insta famous with 1.3 million followers and you can follow him @alhusseinjo.

8. Prince Constantine-Alexios of Greece and Denmark (19)

Like Prince Phillipos, Prince Constantine-Alexios also has two countries. Lucky for us though, he is also living in the US right now attending Georgetown University in Washington D.C. (like pretty much every other prince, amirite?) He is the oldest son of Crown Princess Marie-Chantal and Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece.

Fun Fact: He's Prince William's godson, so that's pretty neat. However, if that wasn't cool enough, you might like to know that this Greek/Danish prince was actually born in New York. Oh yeah, you can also follow him on Instagram @alexiosgreece where he has 88.7k followers.

9. Prince Joachim of Belgium (26)

Prince Joachim of Belgium, Archduke of Austria-Este is the third child of Lorenz, Archduke of Austria-Este and Princess Astrid of Belgium. Although he bears the title, "Prince of Belgium," he is also Archduke of Austria-Este, Prince Royal of Hungary and Bohemia, and Prince of Modena. Unfortunately, he'll probably never actually be king in any of these countries as he is ninth in line to the Belgian throne.

Fun Fact: Prince Joachim has degrees in economics, management, and finance, but he decided to join the Nautical School in Brugge after completing college and is currently an officer in the Belgian Navy.

Hope is not lost for all you girls dreaming of finding a Prince Charming that's literally a prince. After reviewing the data, my best advice is to transfer to Georgetown where princes are basically around every corner.

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'The House That Jack Built' Is One of Many Films That Questions The Ethics And Psychology Of People, Including The Film Director's

Movies are everywhere today and the way that they affect different people, is interesting to see and understand. I mean everyone understands them differently, so it is fun to see who sees it how.

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The movie industry as we known it is changing every single day. There are new movies with different tales coming out all the time. However, we often applaud for the actors who did the amazing job in the movie, but it is more often than not the directors who come up with these amazing one of a kind ideas for people to have head- turning reactions. This then brings up the question of how certain films affect different people and whether or not a director should allow ethics to influence his films. For the influential part the perfect example would be the movie "The House That Jack Built" because the director makes it to an interesting level of gory that caused audiences of regular movie-goers to get up and leave but makes journalists stay.

It kind of makes one wonder how the psychological makeup is different for both.

To many, the answer to the second question, at least, would be easy. No, a director should not allow ethics to get in the way of his or her film because if he or she does, then the whole film could end up awful. There are also those few people, like me, who say that on the flip side, a director should allow his or her ethics to come in the middle of their work because if they do not, then it could make for a bad film for very different reasons. If the director truly believes that a certain sense or a certain part should not be part of a film, they should definitely take it out, because honestly, what you personally believe is more important than how others may judge.

Whatever your view is, every director is different, and that leads to the first question of how different films affect different people.

I mean think about it: a film with a happy marriage at the end could make you happy because you love that your two favorite characters got their happiness, but your friend sitting next to you could be sad and balling her eyes out because she is watching these people get together, and she has not found her person for life. These differences in perception are not just in the emotions that come out, they are also in those films that you cannot simply stomach, but you friends think are the best in the world. This being said, one very big example would be Director Lars Von Trier.

Lars Von Trier is a very controversial film director who reentered the Cannes Film Festival this year. He was initially banned after he said that he sympathized with the Nazis. Anyways, he reentered with what many have been saying is his most gruesome film yet: "The House That Jack Built."

This film has caused many film goers who went to go watch it walk out of the theater. However, when journalists went to go watch the movie, hardly any came out. When asked, one said, "That wasn't as bad as I expected." This was weird because the frequent movie goers had to get up and leave, but the journalist did not.

This is only one example of how a journalist's perception is different than the average person's perception. Another example would be "The Avengers" when the movie goers thought it was amazing and made the $1.5 billion, but out of the critics, only a few of them saw anything that was amazing and cool about it. It makes one think about the psychological mind of a journalist versus a regular human because of the way that they think, especially when it comes to movies.

In other words, not matter what you answer to the questions of how how certain films affect different people and whether or not a director should or should not include their ethics in their work. Each person is different, and that is not bad. Yes, I believe that the director should use his or her ethics, but it is up to their personal discretion. Lastly, it is interesting to see the different points of views for all movies; maybe it has to do with how ones brain is psychologically... who knows.

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