I’m Taking You to the Eighties, Vol. 4

I’m Taking You to the Eighties, Vol. 4

So good we had to run it back…again! I shared this before: earlier this year, I sought out the help of a dear friend to put together this second incredible playlist you’re about to delve into. She shared her favorite rock tunes of the eighties; just as before, you will notice that it spans several sub-genres of rock music. Keeping in line with the concept of the cover, the playlist is arranged in two sides. Each side lasts a little over 45 minutes. It’s almost as if you had a 90-minute cassette tape to pop in your deck. Should I say it? Again? OK, I’ll say it. Enjoy!

The Tracklist

SIDE A
01. Madonna ::: Open Your Heart
02. Yes ::: Owner of a Lonely Heart
03. Men At Work ::: Who Can It Be Now?
04. Roxy Music ::: More Than This
05. The Psychedelic Furs ::: Love My Way
06. The Outfield ::: Your Love
07. Daryl Hall & John Oates ::: Maneater
08. Talk Talk ::: Such a Shame
09. Tears For Fears ::: Mad World
10. Dire Straits ::: Money for Nothing
11. Genesis ::: That’s All
 
SIDE B
01. Billy Idol ::: Eyes Without a Face
02. Gazebo ::: I Like Chopin
03. David Bowie & Pat Metheny Group ::: This Is Not America
04. Double ::: The Captain of Her Heart
05. Alannah Myles ::: Black Velvet
06. Tears For Fears ::: Everybody Wants to Rule the World
07. Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson ::: Say Say Say
08. The Police ::: Every Breath You Take
09. Bruce Hornsby & The Range ::: The Way It Is
10. Cock Robin ::: When Your Heart Is Weak
11. Chicago ::: Hard to Say I’m Sorry

Available On…

YouTubeApple Music
SpotifyDeezer
Tidal

Previously…

I'm Taking You to the Eighties
I’m Taking You to the Eighties, Vol. 1
I'm Taking You to the Eighties, Vol. 2
I’m Taking You to the Eighties, Vol. 2
I’m Taking You to the Eighties, Vol. 3
I’m Taking You to the Eighties, Vol. 3
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You know how subtracting can end up to adding a lot more? With no TV in boarding school and a close friend working at a CD store, you bet Yoshi's already huge appetite for music was bound to grow beyond bounds. From there it's felt like feeding a stomach with no limits. Now Yoshi eats, speaks, drinks and sleeps music... If you catch one of the rare sightings of the Wraith you will notice his speech is made of lyrics, punchlines, bars, hooks and humming. And if you get to understand this unique language then who knows what type of universe you might discover beyond the music! Yoshi is one, Wraith is all... Don't forget the Wraith
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