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4. Whitney Houston I Will Always Love You
5. Madonna Vogue
6. Sir Mix-A-Lot Baby Got Back
8. TLC Waterfalls
10. Sinead O’Connor Nothing Compares 2 U
13. Dr. Dre (featuring Nuthin’ but a “G” Thang
14. Mariah Carey Vision of Love
16. MC Hammer U Can’t Touch This
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Christmas In The 80s
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Speaking of a few of my favorite things about the 80's, we absolutely loved the Christmas songs that 80's stars recorded. One of our favorites was when they all got together in the same studio to record a benefit Christmas song.
Remember this one?
Your Favorite 80's Teen Romance Movies
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It's very possible that you haven't thought about some of these movies since the 80's but with one glance you instantly remember almost every line! Most had hit-making soundtracks to along with them. It's always nice to take a trip down cinematic-memory lane and remember where you were and with whom you first saw these movies. Below, a quick snapshot that re-lives those movies you once and, perhaps forever, will love...if only secretly now. Check it out:
SEXY NEW JAM FROM PRINCE
"Breakfast Can Wait"
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The only thing I like better than an old school Prince jams is a new song from him that sounds like he did back in day. This one does it for me - finally! "Breakfast Can Wait" is a song so sexy you won't wanna get out of bed 'til the next morning!!! Even the video is hot - but can you actually see Prince in this one? If you find him let me know. Til then - Check it out:
THRILLER! 30 Years Ago...A CLASSIC FOR ALL TIME
Where were you when MTV aired it's first world premiere video?
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Voted as the most influential pop music video of all time, Guinness World Records listed it in 2006 as the "most successful music video", selling over nine million copies. It is also the most watched music video of all time, seen by more than four billion people all over the world. 30 years after it's initial release, it remains a Halloween classic for all time. Check it out - if you dare!