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Rubik's 80s Mix (Volume 35)

Rubik's 80s Mix (Volume 35)

About the show

Playing tracks by

Paul Young, Yello, Melba Moore, Patrice Rushen, Joe Smooth and more.

Chart positions

This upload was 19th in the #retro chart, 23rd in the #electronic dance music chart and 94th in the #disco chart.

Welcome to Volume 35 of Rubik's 80s Mix.

This a series of shows that includes the very best in 80s music all in one continuous mix. The biggest hits from the greatest decade in music history! A show guaranteed to bring back so many happy memories!

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Comments

Joel Newnham
Joel Newnham

Club Nouveau; I respect bands who copy a classic but do something good with it. Not like the boy and girl bands today (as Christian says below). Like when loser Gareth Gates desperately copied Unchained Melody or Atomic Kitten ruined Eternal Flame just to get a number 1 hit. Most Girls Aloud were big copycats, how else would they have sold records.

The Lemon Circus

OK typing while listening to Promised Land, never heard it before - liked it, probably wasn't a big hit because it was lost in amongst the other top pop of the 80s and it's not a strong hook, rather a playful backing track of disco, speaking of disco This Is It not quite 80s ;) loved it anyway also BIG happy face on Bros or should that be Bro2 ? You know I never distanced myself from the Bros boys (met a lady in New Zealand who went to school with them - and they were adored, real true talent from an early age) shame I can't say the same for most boy bands these days. The Smiths opening classic, that type of music made em a fan for life, trying to remember the ones already played - oh yes Paul Young a great singles artist of the decade and the soft cell tune - perfect tracks. So far I'm awardign the top track to Slave to love just because the moment I heard the intro I could feel everything you should from a past track - nostalgia, happiness and sweet sweet melody... oh no, now I may have to change my vote to Yello :) no Roxy Music still win, but what great track The Race was - hugely different from everything else at the time. nice close with a love song - you could do a ten of the best 80s love songs, just a thought

White Lion Radio

I wasn't keen on Yello but really did like "The Race", a class track, interesting story about Bros, things fell apart for them fairly rapidly after they got rid of the bass player. Bryan Ferry just oozes class doesn't he. Glad you enjoyed the show mate and thanks for the interesting comments.