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Maximum 80s (Volume 53)

Maximum 80s (Volume 53)

About the show

Playing tracks by

The Human League, ABC, B-Movie, Depeche Mode, Duran Duran and more.

Chart positions

This upload was 35th in the #pop chart.

Welcome to Volume 53 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

Keith Gordon Fraser

Great selection of tunes !

White Lion Radio

Thank you for listening and for the feedback, it is appreciated.

The Lemon Circus

Some fab extended mixes starting with Human League, also Debbie Gibson, and Duran Duran .It's called a heart has been a while since I heard it in any version, same goes for Bananaraman Na-na hey hey - still sounds great. A bit like Joel undecided on the Little Lies version interesting nonetheless, Not heard Nowhere Girl before or How to be a zillionaire which was pure 80s 12" remix production. A classic to close on from Howard Jones, top tune :)

White Lion Radio

Glad you enjoyed the show Christian, the Depeche Remix is quite rare I think, wasn't on the original release, can't even recall where the hell I got it from! "How To Be A Zillionaire" is one of my favourite 12 inch mixes, great prodcution on that track.

Joel Newnham

"Marty that was very interesting music" to that Little Lies remix. Howard Jones is a very under rated singer, always loved his work. Bananarama, Depeche Mode, Human League all awesome songs. Another enjoyable list Mr H.

White Lion Radio

Thanks Joel glad you enjoyed the show. It always baffles me why bands don't do the kind of 12 Inch versions like those made in the 80s, a proper extended format of the single versions.