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Showing posts with label 1983. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 1983. Show all posts

Jan 10, 2020

Headpins - Just One More Time (1983)

Headpins - Just One More Time (1983)
"Just One More Time" is a song performed by Canadian Rock group Headpins. It was released in 1983 as the lead single from his debut album, Line of Fire, and became a major hit single in 1983.

The group's sole entry on the US charts, "Just One More Time", spent nine week on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number 70 in February 1984.



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The Motels - Suddenly Last Summer (1983)

The Motels - Suddenly Last Summer (1983)
"Suddenly Last Summer" is a hit song by new wave band the Motels. It was the lead-off single from their RIAA Gold-certified fourth album Little Robbers. The single entered the Hot 100 at #60 on September 3, 1983 and peaked at #9 on November 19, 1983.



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Dec 31, 2019

Deborah Allen - Baby I Lied (1983-1984)

Deborah Allen - Baby I Lied (1983-1984)
"Baby I Lied" is a song recorded by American country music artist Deborah Allen. It was released in August 1983 as the first single from the album Cheat the Night. The song reached number 4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. It was also her only hit on the Billboard Hot 100, where it went to number 26.



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Dec 30, 2019

Matthew Wilder - Break My Stride (1983-1984)

Matthew Wilder - Break My Stride (1983-1984)
"Break My Stride" is a song performed by American recording artist Matthew Wilder. It was released in 1983 as the lead single from his debut album, I Don't Speak the Language, and became a major hit single for him in 1983 and 1984.



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Oct 17, 2019

All Through the Night by Cyndi Lauper (1983)

All Through the Night by Cyndi Lauper (1983)
"All Through the Night" is a song written and originally recorded in 1983 by American singer-songwriter Jules Shear, though it is best known for the hit single version recorded by Cyndi Lauper later that same year. It is included on Lauper's debut album She's So Unusual.





"All Through The Night" was the only single released worldwide by Lauper that did not have a music video. It peaked at number five on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Lauper's fourth top five single in the U.S. The song was mostly positively received by critics.

Sep 9, 2019

Camilo Sesto - Amor De Mujer (1983)

Camilo Sesto - Amor De Mujer (1983)
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Sep 7, 2019

Lick It Up by KISS (1983)

Lick It Up by KISS (1983)
"Lick It Up" is a song by the American hard rock band Kiss. It is the title track on the group's 1983 album. Written by Paul Stanley and Vinnie Vincent, the song was released as the record's first single. The track was a Top 40 hit in the UK, Switzerland, and Canada, although it stalled on the U.S. charts.



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I Love It Loud - Kiss
Shout It Out Loud - Kiss
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Panama - Van Halen
Rock the Night - Europe
Big City Nights - Scorpions

Sep 3, 2019

Dead Giveaway by Shalamar (1983)

Dead Giveaway by Shalamar (1983)
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Aug 24, 2019

Roll Me Away by Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band (1983)

Roll Me Away by Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band (1983)
"Roll Me Away" is a song written by American rock artist Bob Seger on the album The Distance by Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band. The song peaked at number 27 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The song is featured on the Armageddon soundtrack. In addition, the song is played in its entirety in the final scene and closing credits of the 1985 film Mask starring Cher and Eric Stoltz. It was also the closing song from the 1984 film Reckless, as Aidan Quinn and Daryl Hannah drove off on Aidan's motorcycle. It was also used as Bob Seger's opening song on his Face the Promise tour in 2006-2007, his first tour in a decade.



Aug 21, 2019

Buffalo Soldier by Bob Marley & The Wailers (1983)

Buffalo Soldier by Bob Marley & The Wailers (1983)
"Buffalo Soldier" is a reggae song written by Bob Marley and Noel "King Sporty" Williams, and recorded by Bob Marley and the Wailers. It did not appear on record until the 1983 posthumous release of Confrontation, when it became one of Marley's best-known songs. The title and lyrics refer to the black U.S. cavalry regiments, known as "Buffalo Soldiers", that fought in the Indian Wars after 1866. Marley linked their fight to a fight for survival, and recasts it as a symbol of black resistance.


Aug 19, 2019

Cum On Feel the Noize by Quiet Riot (1983)

Cum On Feel the Noize by Quiet Riot (1983)
"Cum On Feel the Noize" is a song by the English rock band Slade, released in 1973 as a non-album single. It was written by lead vocalist Noddy Holder and bassist Jim Lea, and produced by Chas Chandler. 

In 1983, the American heavy metal band Quiet Riot recorded their own version of the song, which was a million-selling hit single in the United States, reaching No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100.


Aug 3, 2019

Heart to Heart by Kenny Loggins (1983)

Heart to Heart by Kenny Loggins (1983)
"Heart to Heart" is a song by American musician Kenny Loggins, Michael McDonald, and composer David Foster. It was released in 1982 as the second of three singles from his 1982 album High Adventure. It reached number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent five weeks in that position, from late January through late February. It spent a total of 13 weeks in the Top 40, and 17 weeks on the Hot 100. It also reached number 15 on the U.S. Cash Box Top 100.


Jul 24, 2019

She Bop by Cyndi Lauper (1983)

She Bop by Cyndi Lauper (1983)
"She Bop" is a song by American singer-songwriter Cyndi Lauper, released as the third single from her debut studio album She's So Unusual. It reached number three on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in September 1984. Worldwide, the song is her most commercially successful single after "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" and "Time After Time", and reached number 46 on the UK Singles Chart and number 6 on the ARIA Singles Chart. "She Bop" was her third consecutive Top 5 on the Hot 100. The song is also featured in the film Never Been Kissed.



Borderline by Madonna (1983)

Borderline by Madonna (1983)
"Borderline" is a song recorded by American singer Madonna for her eponymous debut album Madonna (1983). In the United States, the song became Madonna's first top-ten hit when it reached number ten on the Billboard Hot 100 list of June 16, 1984. It charted for 30 weeks, becoming Madonna's longest-charting single in the United States (tied with "Take a Bow" in 1995).


Uptown Girl by Billy Joel (1983)

Uptown Girl by Billy Joel (1983)
"Uptown Girl" is a song written and performed by American musician Billy Joel. Although "Uptown Girl" was not as successful in the U.S. as previous single "Tell Her About It", it was still a big hit. It peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100, and number one in the United Kingdom, staying at that position for five weeks as his only number one hit in the country; it was the second biggest selling single of 1983 in the United Kingdom behind only Culture Club's "Karma Chameleon", which Joel had knocked off the number one position on November 1, 1983.


Jul 15, 2019

Baby Jane by Rod Stewart (1983)

Baby Jane by Rod Stewart (1983)
"Baby Jane" is a 1983 song by British singer Rod Stewart. It was a significant hit worldwide and remains his final UK number one single to date.

To date, the song has remained as the 6th and final UK number one single for Stewart. In the US, the song was also a big hit, peaking at no. 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The single also charted highly in Australia, peaking at no. 10.



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Jul 13, 2019

Our House by Madness (1983)

Our House by Madness (1983)
"Our House" is a song by British ska and pop band Madness. It was released as the lead single from their fourth studio album, The Rise & Fall, on 12 November 1982. The song charted within the top ten in multiple countries, being the band's only hit on the Billboard Hot 100. The song won Best Pop Song at the May 1983 Ivor Novello Awards.


China by Red Rockers (1983)

China by Red Rockers (1983)
"China" is a song by Red Rockers, released in 1983. It was a hit single, peaking at #53 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #19 on the Mainstream Rock chart.


Salt In My Tears by Martin Briley (1983)

Salt In My Tears by Martin Briley (1983)
One Night with a Stranger is the second album by English singer-songwriter Martin Briley, released in 1983. The album peaked at #55 on the Billboard Album chart, after debuting on May 7, 1983. This album featured the hit single "The Salt in My Tears" (No. 36 on the Billboard Hot 100) and the minor follow-up, "Put Your Hands on the Screen."

The album cover is mostly recreated as the opening shot in the video for "The Salt in My Tears."


Drop The Pilot by Joan Armatrading (1983)

Drop The Pilot by Joan Armatrading (1983)
"Drop the Pilot" is a song written and originally performed by Joan Armatrading. It was the first single to be released from Armatrading's 1983 album The Key, and was her third and (to date) final UK top 40 hit. It reached number 11 in the UK Singles Chart, and spent a total of ten weeks in the Top 40. The single was Armatrading's only appearance on the Billboard Hot 100, where it spent six weeks, peaking at number 78 on 25 June 1983.