Welcome to the 80’s at 8 blog, updated daily with each day’s show content and the music videos for all the songs we’ve played. If a particularly Manic Monday ever inspired you to Walk Like an Egyptian, if you just want them to know they didn't break you, if you know that Melvilles was the Restaurant upstairs from Cheers, or if you were only able to solve your Rubik’s cube because you peeled off all the stickers, you’re in the right place; this is the 80s at 8 powered by Rock of Ages coming to the Shubert Theater on March 21st and 22nd. We’re starting today’s show off with a song by Cyndi Lauper that featured Captain Lou Albano in the music video as her dad. From 1983 Here’s “Girls Just Want To Have Fun”

From 1985 Loverboy “Lovin Every Minute Of It”. If You snuck a copy of "Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret" to school in your backpack, which was only cool if you wore it over one shoulder, then this is the show for you; this is the 80s at 8 From 1982 Moving Pictures “What About Me”

From 1985 Prince “Raspberry Beret” If you've rather be a Greaser than a Soash, if you know that Arnold Jackson had a goldfish named Abraham and a terrible fear of the Gooch, or if you ever unironically wore Princess Leia buns, then you’re listening to the right station; this is the 80s at 8 From 1982 Culture Club “Time Clock of the Heart”

 

Here is the answer to the timeline, in which year did each of the following things take place?

Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was assassinated.

Elyse and Steven's fourth child Andrew was born, giving Alex P. Keaton a young Republican to mold in his image on Family Ties.

& Steve Guttenberg led a squad of underachieving misfits out of the Police Academy in 1984, and that same year , this Wang Chung song was featured in the hit movies Bachelor Party, To Live and Die in LA and Pretty in Pink, Here’s “Dance Hall Days”

From 1986 Human League “Human” If you ever wanted a Platoon or a Full Metal Jacket of your very own, if you ever spent any time dancing on the ceiling with Lionel Richie, or if you still can't decide whether Tony or Angela was really the boss, then you’re in the right place; this is the 80s at 8 From 1982 Bow Wow Wow “I Want Candy”

From 1983 The Thompson Twins “Hold Me Now” If you still can't decide whether your favorite Dorito is nacho or cool ranch, if you remember when DeGrassi Junior High was the most shocking thing on TV, or if you're the guy who gets the party started with the Loco-Motion and the Bartles and Jaymes, then you’re listening to the right station; this is the 80s at 8 From 1980 Steely Dan “Hey Nineteen”

From 1989 Howard Jones “Everlasting Love” If the hardest decision you made on a daily basis was leather or denum, if you remember back when Boy George was controversial, or if you ever gave your panties to a geek, then this is the show for you; this is the 80s at 8 From 1989 Fine Young Cannibals “She Drives Me Crazy”