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Maximum 80s (Volume 48)

Maximum 80s (Volume 48)

About the show

Playing tracks by

Paul Young, Alison Moyet, Patrice Rushen, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, The Cure and more.

Chart positions

This upload was 19th in the #electro chart and 67th in the #electronic chart.

Welcome to Volume 48 of Maximum 80s here on White Lion Radio, a show that celebrates the 1980s 12 Inch Single!

This a series of shows that features some of the finest 12 Inch Singles from the 80s all in one continuous mix. The biggest hits in the 12 Inch format from the greatest decade in music history!

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Comments

Joel Newnham

Christian was so quick you didn't have time to put the track list up :). Loved the Alison Moyet and Frankie songs the best. Haven't heard that Ultravox song before, but it's a good one. Not Hazel Dean at her best. A great representation of the 80s, good job!

White Lion Radio

Thank you Joel for listening, I think myself, you and Christian have a very similar taste in music :)

White Lion Radio

Playlist:

Re-Flex - The Politics Of Dancing (Extended Version)
Patrice Rushen - Forget Me Nots (Original 12 Inch Version)
The Stranglers - Skin Deep (Extended Version)
Visage - We Move (Dance Mix)
Ultravox - Serenade (Special Re-Mix)
Alison Moyet - Invisible (The Transparent Mix)
Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Welcome To The Pleasuredome (Escape Act Video Mix)
Hazell Dean - No Fool For Love (Dance Version)
The Cure - A Forest (Extended Mix)
Paul Young - Wherever I Lay My Hat That's My Home (Extended Club Mix)

The Lemon Circus

the Cure invented jangly guitar pop, been a whole while before I heard A Forest - worth the wait. That is an epic version of Paul young, lovely song though. What else caught my ears? Oh there was Invisible - Alison Moyet, superb. Great version of FGTH Welcome To The Pleasuredome. I remeber Stanglers Skin Deep, another fab track and plenty of artists I know just not the tracks - marvellous discovery hour :)

White Lion Radio

"A Forest" is in my Top 3 Cure tracks! An interesting fact for you, I started and electronic band in 1989 and was trying to think of a name for the group, I was in HMV and they were playing "Skin Deep" by The Stranglers, a eureka moment, Skin Deep became the name of the Band!

Glad you enjoyed listening to the show mate.