The 80s are unrepeatable years. Everything about them was magical, different, unreal, and special. We are aware, unfortunately, that this period will never return, but we have every right to repeat songs from those years and imagine that we are still there somewhere, at another time.
I Wanna Dance With Somebody by Whitney Houston
A song that will always and forever force everyone to dance. The rhythm of this song penetrates the depths of the soul and moves us, filling us with great energy at the same time. Whitney is inevitably an outstanding singer, and this song was a hit in the 80s and is a hit to this day.
Take On Me by A-ha
You have to love this song because it brings with it the real vibe of the eighties. The original “Take On Me” was recorded in 1984 and took two versions and three releases to chart in the United Kingdom, reaching number two on the UK Singles Chart in October 1985.
Every Breath You Take by The Police
This love song just awakens a tender, sincere emotion in each of us. ” Oh, can’t you see / You belong to me,” we all listened to this and dedicated to someone. Every Breath You Take is a song that will spread wonderful emotion forever.
Beat It by Michael Jackson
One and only – Michael Jackson. He is a person who has brought something completely different and unique to the world of music. “Beat It” is a genuinely heavy song, psychologically as much as sonically.
I Want to Know What Love Is by Foreigner
Yeah, we also want to know that. The 80s were the right years when Foreigner was a real example of something that’s at once gleaming, gorgeous and gut-wrenching. You have to love this song, there is a dose of sincerity and purity in it, that it gets under your skin and occupies your thoughts with its melody.
Never Gonna Give You Up by Rick Astley
What a hit this was (and remained). It a rhythm that brings a smile to your face and Rick who dances so nonchalantly in the video with this melody is iconic. It is a real shame that this kind of music will never exist again in such quality and pure vibe.
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun by Cyndi Lauper
A girly song, but it is quite certain that men also danced to these sounds. The song is completely lovely, silly and it is simply impossible to have people (girls) who were not preparing for parties with this song these years.
Sweet Child o’ Mine by Guns N’ Roses
Guns N ’Roses just don’t make mistakes with their songs. Each of their songs has set a standard that few rock bands can now reach, let alone surpass. This song deservedly got all the fame, respect, and love.
Sweet Dreams by Eurythmics
Who doesn’t know this song, is crazy! The rhythm that makes you kick the floor and nod your head. Something completely new, which marked the eighties and caused great sympathy of the audience. This was the first single by the Eurythmics group and they bought the audience from the start.
Africa by Toto
Last but not least is this hit called Africa. Toto was a collection of studio ringers with credits on Steely Dan and Boz Scaggs records. They wrote history with this song and created a masterpiece.