Playing all of your favorite New Wave songs from the 80's (and a. Sports, music, news and podcasts. Hear the audio that matters most to you.
Pure Post-Punk and New Wave Listen now! ... 2020 is the 35th anniversary of Live Aid and New Coke! Here's the music of 1985. Feel Good '70s & '80s.
80s New Wave fuses elements of punk, post-punk, mod culture, new romantic and glam rock while incorporating the use of electronic synthesizers. You'll hear some of the classics to come out of one of the most popular music movements of the '80s.
Just Can't Get Enough: New Wave Halloween is probably their best entry in that it will have the broadest appeal. A lively party of Halloween-themed music, it swings from the danceable to the dangerous, sometimes with little or no warning.
The great thing about this c.d. 80's pop-new-wave hits package is that none of the groups were dismal one hit wonders (with the exception of maybe one or two artists)!Also, why bother chasing for the original hard to find,maybe obsolete and out of print albums,for the actual top hit; the rest may be filler or junk !
Style meets art. Blurring the line between pop and punk, artists from the New Wave movement's emergence in the late 70's to the present-day revivalists. Hear: Talking Heads, The Cure, New Order ...
Discuss hard-to-find or out-of-print New Wave and '80s Alternative, and share a few songs along the way. NOTE: requesting songs that are entirely unrelated to the genres discussed here or easily found on CD is strongly discouraged and posts will be enforced as needed. 9927 Topics 54574 Posts Last post by crichert Fri Sep 11, 2020 7:16 pm
A few too many non-PA new wave artists being mentioned here for this thread to stay in [a] Progressive Music Lounge for much longer. And no one has mentioned The Cardiacs yet. Edited by Dean - May 17 2013 at 06:31
The 20 best French new wave films. Menu. Movies. ... create a new list. List your movie, TV & celebrity picks. List Activity. Views: 13,057 | in last week 26.
Nov 14, 2017 · 9. Czech New Wave (1962-1968) Unlike most of the new waves mentioned on this list, the Czech New Wave consisted of mostly comedies. After a growing distaste with the Soviet regime, a group of filmmakers originating from Prague’s FAMU film school carved out a cinema that poked fun at their communist oppressors.