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D80sV: REO Speedwagon - I Can't Fight This Feeling

Daily 80's Video: REO Speedwagon has a way of making every one of their songs sound the same and yet distinctively different. "I Can't Fight This Feeling" was everywhere in 1984, and yet, when I sing it now, I often end up singing "Keep On Loving You" or sometimes even "Time For Me To Fly." I might be the only one with this problem, but I don't really mind. They're all good songs. All one long good song. Get song on Amazon. Get song on iTunes. Get album on Amazon. Get album on iTunes. Or get any song anywhere by trying Amazon Music Unlimited 30-Day Free Trial or iTunes For 90-Day Free Trial.

D80sV: Michael Jackson - The Way You Make Me Feel

Daily 80's Video: Hard to believe I've posted over a 100 80's videos so far and this will be the first Michael Jackson video. Michael Jackson, more than any other artist, owned the 80's. "The Way You Make Me Feel" is one of my favorites. I remember how much the girl in this video seriously turned heads, she especially scrumptious the way she toys with poor Michael, making the King Of Pop chase her all over kingdom come, through these alley ways and parked cars - imagine that! Michael Jackson! Who does she think she is? I mean, Brooke Shields (and Emmanuel Lewis to a lesser degree), who both used to accompany Michael to all those award shows back then, would never do that - yes, Michael Jackson was a peculiar character even back then, before all the scandal that would follow. Get song on Amazon. Get song on iTunes. Get album on Amazon. Get album on iTunes. Or get any song anywhere by trying Amazon Music Unlimited 30-Day Free Trial or iTunes For 90-Day Free Trial

D80sV: The Alan Parsons Project - Don't Answer Me

Daily 80's Video: Did you know Alan Parsons of The Alan Parsons Project is a real live person named Alan Parsons who had a hand in the production of such classic albums as The Beatles' Abbey Road and Let It Be and Pink Floyd's Dark Side Of The Moon? I love this song. It pops into my head on a near weekly basis. What a great sound and hook. Enjoy! Get song on Amazon. Get song on iTunes. Get album on Amazon. Get album on iTunes. Or get any song anywhere by trying Amazon Music Unlimited 30-Day Free Trial or iTunes For 90-Day Free Trial.

D80sV: The Cure - Pictures Of You (Live At Wembley Arena 1991)

Daily 80's Video: This is a killer song! It really helps feed into those unhealthy deep-rooted regrets we all have. As if you needed that on this lovely day. Regardless, The Cure, at least prior to their "Friday I'm In Love" days, were always good for a dreary and draining lament, at least this song. Man, this song is powerful. And a great live performance here! Get song (live version) on Amazon. Get song (live version) on iTunes. Get song on Amazon. Get song on iTunes. Get album on Amazon. Get album on iTunes. Or get any song anywhere by trying Amazon Music Unlimited 30-Day Free Trial or iTunes For 90-Day Free Trial.

D80sV: Men At Work - Be Good Johnny

Daily 80's Video: Here are the boys from Down Under winning the hearts of America in the early 80's with their third video release "Be Good Johnny." Classic story video to boot, with all the members included, and starring one mega-twerp, who looks a tad like my best friend, which makes me laugh. Sure, there would be other boys from Down Under winning the hearts of America, like INXS, but INXS took a little longer to catch on. And my favorite Split Enz, actually from New Zealand, never really caught on in America, I'm afraid, save for their lone hit in the states, "I Got You." All while Men At Work, which I also loved, was being readily embraced. Get song on Amazon. Get song on iTunes. Get album on Amazon. Get album on iTunes. Or get any song anywhere by trying Amazon Music Unlimited 30-Day Free Trial or iTunes For 90-Day Free Trial.

D80sV: De La Soul - Say No And Go

Daily 80's Video: Gotta love the De La! De La Soul, with rappers Posdnuos, Trugoy and Mace! "Say No Go" expertly uses a heavy sampling from Hall And Oates' "I Can't Go For That" creating another crazy catchy lovable track off De La Soul's debut Three Feet High And Rising. Unfortunately, it would appear De La Soul isn't into MP3s or digital music, so the only way to grab some De La is through their album. Get album on Amazon. Or get t-shirt. Or get mousepad. Or get any song anywhere by trying Amazon Music Unlimited 30-Day Free Trial or iTunes For 90-Day Free Trial.

D80sV: Hall And Oates - I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)

Daily 80's Video: In 1981, Hall and Oates had an amazing three number 1 hits and four Top 5's in all, including "Kiss On My List", "You Make My Dreams", "Private Eyes", and this one "I Can't Go For That (No Can Do). I remember as a kid watching Casey Kasem's weekly Top 40 and Hall And Oates dominating each week. And yet, all the while, I couldn't help asking myself, "What exactly does John Oates do in this band?" Similar to what I would ask about Dave Stewart in the Eurythmics. One will never know. Ah, just kidding. They did a lot. And what about Andrew Ridgely in Wham? Ah, I digress. Enjoy the video! And that killer beat, good enough to be used in a future hit rap song, I might say. Get song on Amazon. Get song on iTunes. Get album on Amazon. Get album on iTunes. Or get any song anywhere by trying Amazon Music Unlimited 30-Day Free Trial or iTunes For 90-Day Free Trial