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Remember the 80s Dance & Karaoke Party

Due to the great success of t our 90s Dance Party, we are going to do it next month with an 80s themed party. So lets remember the 80s Rosebud Style!!!!!!! Will have another karaoke contest, Best dressed for the 80s and of course can't have an 80s themed night with out a Big Hair contest, so Ladies Tease it, Blow it, do what whatever call your friends from Everett, Malden and Medford to ask them how to get that 80s big Hair. All I know I want to be afraid to light a match in the room without setting off a
Hair Disaster!!!!!!! Here is a link:

See you there......

What the 80s brought to us........

Cable was born and MTV, originally intended to be promos for albums, had an enormous impact on music and young people. The digital compact disc (cd) revolutionized the music industry. Dances learned on MTV included slam dancing, lambada, and break dancing. Harlem's gay, black, and Latino males imitated the beautiful jet set with their (then underground) Vogueing, a 'pose' dance popularized by Madonna incorporating the struts and stances of high fashion models.

Pop, rock, new wave, punk, country, and especially rap or hip hop became popular in the 80s. Rap had started at block parties in New York City with a DC remixing the music and an MC calling out complex rhymes. It was a lighthearted style but as the decade wore on, it became more abrasive and laced with hostility. Early important groups are Milli Vanilli, M. C. Hammer , Vanilla Ice, Queen Latifah and L.L. Cool J. Michael Jackson's album Thriller became the best selling album of all time. There are great links on the Internet for music of the 80s listed below. Here are a very few favorites from the top hits of the decade:
1980 Please Don't Go - single K.C. and the Sunshine Band
1980 The Wall - album Pink Floyd
1981 Woman in Love - single Stevie Wonder
1981 Greatest Hits- album Kenny Rogers
1982 Ebony & Ivory - single Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder
1982 Tattoo You - album Rolling Stones
1983 Let's Dance - single David Bowie
1983 Flashdance - album Sound Track
1984 To All the Girls I've Loved Before - single Julio Iglesias, Willie Nelson
1984 An Innocent Man - album Billie Joel
1985 Night Shift - single The Commodores
1985 Born in the U.S.A.- album Bruce Springsteen
1986 That's What Friends are For - single
Peggy, Shirley, Barbara, Jean 1989 Group
1986 Whitney Houston - album Whitney Houston
1987 Give me Wings - single Michael Johnson
1987 The Joshua Tree - album U2
1988 Got My Mind Set on You - single George Harrison
1988 Dirty Dancing - album Soundtrack
1989 Better Man - single Clint Black
1989 Nick of Time - album Bonnie Raitt

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