Yahoo Web Search

  1. 100 Greatest New Wave Songs - DigitalDreamDoor.

    digitaldreamdoor.com/pages/best_songs-newave.html

    100 Greatest New Wave Songs Background: 'New Wave' evolved from 'Punk' in the late '70s being less anti-social and more radio (and MTV) friendly, hitting it's high in '83 and faded around '87. It can be best described as mixing the energy of Punk with a bit of 'Glam', 'Pop', 'Art-Rock' & 'Dance' and relied heavily on synthesizers.

    • a-ha - Take On Me (Official 4K Music Video)
      youtube.com
    • DaBaby - Find My Way (Official Music Video)
      youtube.com
    • BTS (방탄소년단) 'Save ME' Official MV
      youtube.com
    • The B52's - Rock Lobster
      youtube.com
  2. The Best New Wave Albums - Paste

    www.pastemagazine.com/music/new-wave/the-best...

    Oct 13, 2020 · Here are the 50 best New Wave albums of all time: 50. Pretty in Pink John Hughes’ use of music was so distinct and masterful that to this day, lazy music writers can describe something as ...

  3. Top 50 New Wave Songs Of All Time : Monitor Mix : NPR

    www.npr.org/.../top_50_new_wave_songs_of_all_t.html

    Dec 01, 2009 · Top 50 New Wave Songs Of All Time (as decided on by WFDU listeners): 1. Joy Division - Love Will tear Us Apart 2. Siouxsie & The Banshees - Christine 3. The Smiths - There Is A Light That Never ...

    • Carrie Brownstein
  4. 10 Songs That Defined New Wave Music | Best Classic Bands

    bestclassicbands.com/new-wave-hits-10-23-166
    • “The Big Country”—Talking Heads. Beginning with a mournful country twang, the song rings of coastal snobbery, but I can’t say I haven’t felt this. David Byrne is a plane flying cross-country noting “a baseball diamond, nice weather down there, places to park,” and decides, “I wouldn’t do the things the way those people do/I wouldn’t live there if you paid me.”
    • “You’re All I’ve Got Tonight”—The Cars. “Just What I Needed” put the Boston quintet on the map—Roxy-ish, synth-and-guitar driven power-pop—but “You’re All I’ve Got Tonight” is the pick.
    • “Just Can’t Get Enough”—Depeche Mode. Before singer Dave Gahan joined and Depeche Mode embraced a darker, more art-rock side, singer-songwriter Vince Clarke penned this almost absurdly buoyant hit about nothing so much as the joy of being alive and experiencing all life had to offer.
    • “Tank”—The Stranglers. Margaret Thatcher was a year away from power and Ronald Reagan two years, but tension was in the air and the sabers were rattling.
  5. People also ask

    What are the most popular new wave songs?

    What are the top 50 new wave songs of all time?

    What influenced the new wave?

    What genre is new wave?

  6. Pitchfork's Best New Wave Albums of All Time - Album of The Year

    www.albumoftheyear.org/genre/32-new-wave/all/...

    Pitchfork's Best New Wave Albums of All Time. View reviews, ratings, news & more regarding your favorite band.

  7. The 'List: Best of New Wave

    vocal.media/beat/the-list-best-of-new-wave

    MTV (Music Television) was launched in August of 1981 and began to be the showcase for many a new wave/rock artist in the early 1980s as the tone changed from strictly the audio format to the music video single format which was the added promotional marketing tool to sell the band's/artist's music and songs.

  8. New wave: A guide to the best albums | Louder

    www.loudersound.com/features/new-wave-a-guide-to...

    Aug 22, 2018 · New wave and its ugly twin sister, post-punk, are two terms used and abused with abandon when describing the music that followed the punk rock explosion of the mid-70s. To some people, new wave was the music made by bands who were too traditionally melodic to be classed as punk; bands that believed in good ol’ songwriting, in craft and – shock horror – quite liked the idea of having a ...

  9. My Top 200 Favorite New Wave Songs - Rate Your Music

    rateyourmusic.com/list/danganet/my_top_200...

    My Top 200 Favorite New Wave Songs. Author: danganet. Published 2001

  10. New Wave Music Songs | AllMusic

    www.allmusic.com/style/new-wave-ma0000002750/songs

    During the late '70s and early '80s, New Wave was a catch-all term for the music that directly followed punk rock; often, the term encompassed punk itself, as well. In retrospect, it became clear that the music following punk could be divided, more or less, into two categories -- post-punk and new wave.

    Title/Composer
    Performer
    Rock Lobster The B-52s / Fred Schneider / Ricky Wilson
    One Way or Another Nigel Harrison / Debbie Harry
    Just What I Needed Ric Ocasek
    Pump It Up Elvis Costello