Thanks for visiting the 80's at 8 blog, updated daily with each day's show content and the music videos for all the songs we played! If you always thought Mallory Keaton could do way better than Nick, if you can't decide whether a hotter date would be 867-5309's Jenny or the girl from Centerfold, if you could be the Walrus, but you'd still have to bum rides off people, or if you cried when Mary went blind on Little House on the Prairie, then you’re in the right place; this is the 80’s at 8 We kick off today’s show with a song from 1984 that was performed by Mike Tyson in The Hangover 2, only this version’s better Here’s Murray Head “One Night in Bangkok”

From 1986 Loverboy “Turn Me Loose” If you don't believe in the Beatles, you just believe in me, if you don't want to sell anything, buy anything or process anything as a career or if you ever carried a boom box on your shoulder or a piece of cardboard for breakdancing , then you’re in the right place; this is the 80’s at 8 Now from 1985 Scritti Politti “Perfect Way.”
From 1980 Fine Young Cannibals “Good Thing.” If you ever fantasized about Elizabeth Shue taking you on your own Adventures in Babysitting, if you ever gave someone your heart and they gave you a pen or if you ever got to pose for a Polaroid with a cop and the Dare Bear, then you’re in the right place; this is the 80’s at 8 Now from 1984 Go-Go’s “Head Over Heels.”
Here is the answer to today’s timeline, in which year did each of the following things take place? Mike Tyson won his first world boxing title after defeating Trevor Berbick in Las Vegas An Alien Life Form better known as ALF crash landed in the Tanners' suburban garage and stayed there for four years. Paul Reubens, otherwise known as Pee Wee Herman, voiced Max in Disney's Flight of the Navigator in 1986. That same year also saw the release of a song with a music video that made this band a legend and was their biggest hit of all time, topping all of the charts Here’s The Bangles “Walk Like An Egyptian.”
From 1983 Duran Duran “Union Of The Snake” If you ever gave your panties to a geek, if you ever got shot down cause you were overzealous or if you ever made frozen popsicles with fruit punch and an ice cube tray, then you’re in the right place; this is the 80’s at 8 Now from 1986 Robert Palmer “I Didn’t Mean To Turn You On.”
From 1986 Robert Palmer “I Didn’t Mean To Turn You On.” That song was originally written by soul artist Cherrelle It was a hit in 1984 He covered it two years later and made it a hit again You can see the music video for that song and all the other songs from today’s show at theirver1059.com. The 80’s at 8 will continue next with a song that is the softer side of a more controversial artist, to get a taste of his innocence find out what it is in 4.5 minutes
From 1985 Prince & The Revolution “Raspberry Beret.” If you ever professed your love for KISS on your lunchbox, if you ever read George Orwell's 1984 because you were inspired by a Mac commercial or if you ever skipped over the description of the differences between Elizabeth and Jessica in Sweet Valley High because, let's face it, you had it memorized, then you’re in the right place; this is the 80’s at 8 Now from 1982 Quarterflash “Harden My Heart.”
From 1981 Twisted Sister “We’re Not Gonna Take It” If you ever wanted to join Weird Al on a trip to Spatula City, if you ever wanted to snuggle up to Harry and the Hendersons or if you ever wished you could get trapped in a black and white cartoon video with A-Ha, then you’re in the right place; this is the 80’s at 8 Now from 1984 Wang Chung “Dance Hall Days.”