15 Artists From The 60s And The 70s Who Went “80s”

I just prefer their 80s works for a reason. They followed a more “new wavish” direction and they embraced synths and electronic drums. Even if those works were often been criticized by both fans and critics.

1) Dancing In The Dark by Bruce Springsteen:

2) Dirty Laundry by Don Henley:

3) First We Take Manhattan by Leonard Cohen:

4) He’s Back (The Man Behind The Mask) by Alice Cooper:

5) Land Of Confusion by Genesis:

6) Lawyers In Love by Jackson Browne:

7) Mr. Roboto by Styx:

8 ) Nikita by Elton John:

9) Owner Of A Lonely Heart by Yes:

10) Radio Ga Ga by Queen:

11) Secret Messages by Electric Light Orchestra:

12) Shooting Shark by Blue Oyster Cult:

13) Stay The Night by Chicago:

14) The Night by Animals:

15) Your Wildest Dreams by Moody Blues:


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  • Im not into 60s music, but I like the 70s and 80s. The only artists here I'm familiar with are Bruce Springsteen, Alice Cooper, Elton John, Queen and Styx. I heard of Leonard Cohen and others, but this is the first time I heard their music. Some of these songs are nice.

    • Really? Never heard of Chicago or Genesis? Especially the latter, where both Peter Gabriel and Phil Collins were members of.

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    • Actually, a music teacher once told me that Ballads suit my voice. I don't have the type of voice to sing heavier songs.

    • Haha, you don't have to sing opera :P

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