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Old March 14 2013, 12:24 AM   #25
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Re: 80's albums that hold up on any level

Well, here are a few that spring to mind:

ABC: The Lexicon of Love
Adam and the Ants: Kings of the Wild Frontier
David Byrne: The Catherine Wheel and Rei Momo
Kate Bush: The Dreaming, Hounds of Love
The Cure: The Head on the Door, Disintegration
Dexys Midnight Runners: Searching for the Young Soul Rebels, Too-Rye-Ay, Don't Stand Me Down
Echo and the Bunnymen: Porcupine
The Fall: Grotesque, Slates, Hex Enduction Hour, Perverted by Language, The Wonderful and Frightening World of the Fall, This Nation's Saving Grace, Bend Sinister, The Frenz Experiment, I am Kurious Oranj
The Housemartins: London 0 Hull 4
The Jam: Setting Sons, Sound Affects
James: Stutter, Strip Mine
The Jesus and Mary Chain: Psychocandy
Joy Division: Closer
Van Morrison: Common One, A Sense of Wonder, No Guru No Method No Teacher
Morrissey: Viva Hate
New Order: Low-Life, Brotherhood, Technique
Pink Floyd: The Final Cut
Pixies: Surfer Rosa, Doolittle
The Pogues: Rum Sodomy & the Lash, If I Should Fall From Grace With God
Public Image Ltd: album
The Sisters of Mercy: First and Last and Always, Floodland
The Smiths: The Smiths, Hatful of Hollow, Meat Is Murder, The Queen Is Dead
U2: War, The Unforgettable Fire, The Joshua Tree
The Waterboys: Fisherman's Blues

The 80s was the greatest decade ever for music. And that's a fact.
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