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PostSubject: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:21

1980

Bands formed

Aztec Camera
Anti-Nowhere League
Bad Religion
Böhse Onkelz
Bow Wow Wow
Depeche Mode
The Church
Einstürzende Neubauten
The Fixx
Flux of Pink Indians
A Flock of Seagulls
Haircut 100
Heaven 17
Level 42
Meat Puppets
Mercyful Fate
Minor Threat
Missing Persons
Mission of Burma
New Model Army
Quarterflash
R.E.M.
Reagan Youth
The Sisters of Mercy
The Smithereens
Soft Cell
Tom Tom Club
The Vandals
Warumpi Band
The Zorros


Bands disbanded

Seals & Crofts
Bachman-Turner Overdrive break up (they reform periodically over the years)
The Eagles break up (they reform in 1994)
The Germs
George Clinton dissolves Parliament-Funkadelic
Horslips
Gentle Giant
The Buggles (Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes join Yes)
The Tourists disband and become Eurythmics
Boys Next Door disband and become The Birthday Party
Wire disband (they reform in 1985)
Joy Division
Led Zeppelin[Later to reform in 2008 with Jason Bonham on drums (John Boham's son)


Events

January 1 - The year starts off with a strong disco backlash, which causes the majority of musicians to abandon the use of real instruments in an attempt to distant themselves from anything associated with disco. The decade will be dominated by electronically made music and numerous musicians who had played in disco orchestras find themselves without a job. Cliff Richard is appointed an MBE by Queen Elizabeth II. The only other pop music acts to be created MBEs are the Beatles and Elton John

January 1 The Melbourne Music scene explodes with independent bands, with various influences from US and UK Punk/New Wave. The Zorros audition Drummer Greg Pedley on new years day.

January 7 - At the age of 45, songwriter Larry Williams is found dead in his Los Angeles, California home of a gunshot wound to the head. Investigators are never able to determine whether his death was a murder or suicide.

January 13 - The Beach Boys, Grateful Dead, and Jefferson Starship perform at a benefit concert at Oakland Coliseum for the people of Kampuchea.

January 16 - Paul McCartney is arrested in Tokyo for possession of a half pound of marijuana. The remaining part of McCartney's tour had to be canceled.

January 25 - Paul McCartney is released from a Japanese jail and is kicked out of the country by Japanese authorities.

January - Daniel Amos and Randy Stonehill wrap up the first part of the Amos and Randy Tour in Toronto. Both artists are joined on stage by Larry Norman for an encore. The event makes the news on local television and newspapers.

January - The Buggles created their Music video for their song Living in the Plastic Age.

February 8 - David Bowie and his wife of nearly 10 years, Angie, file for divorce. Bowie gets custody of their 9 year old son, Zowie

February 14 - Lou Reed marries Sylvia Morales in New York City's Greenwich Village

February 19 - Bon Scott, lead singer of AC/DC, dies in London. Although common folklore cites pulmonary aspiration of vomit as the cause of his death, the official cause was listed as "Acute alcohol poisoning" and "Death by Misadventure".

February 29 - Buddy Holly's trademark eyeglasses and the Big Bopper's wristwatch are "rediscovered" in old police files by the Mason City, Iowa Sheriff. Holly and the Big Bopper were killed in a plane crash on February 3, 1959 along with singer Ritchie Valens.

March 1 - Patti Smith marries former MC5 member Fred Sonic Smith

March 3 - Sotheby's Auction house in London auctions off a Rivera Hotel, Las Vegas napkin signed by Elvis Presley for 500 pounds. Other items auctioned included four American dollar bills autographed by the Beatles, for 220 pounds and a collection of personal letters belonging to the Rolling Stones, also for 220 pounds

March 8-March 16 - Tbilisi Rock Festival (1980): the first state-sanctioned rock music festival in the Soviet Union.

March 14 - Record producer Quincy Jones receives a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame

March 19 - Elvis Presley's autopsy is subpoenaed during the trial of Dr. George Nichopoulous, who would later be found guilty of overprescribing drugs to Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and other clients.

April 13 - The Broadway musical Grease closes its run of 3,388 performances, making it the longest running show on Broadway up until that time.

April 14 - A member of the New Jersey State assembly introduces a resolution to make Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run" the official state song.

April 17 - As the "official guests of State", Bob Marley and the Wailers perform at Zimbabwe's Independence festival. Marley calls the event the "greatest honor of my life."

April 30 - The Roger Daltrey film, McVicar, opens in London.

May 18 - Ian Curtis, vocalist of pioneering post-punk group Joy Division, hangs himself in his Macclesfield home. His death comes just days before Joy Division are scheduled to begin their first U.S. tour.

June - Rock and Roll pioneer Bill Haley performs for the last time during a tour of South Africa. After this tour, his health deteriorates and he dies in February 1981. July 1980 marks the 25th anniversary of Haley's "Rock Around the Clock" reaching No. 1 on the American singles charts.

August 23 – The Heatwave festival near Toronto featured The B-52's, the Talking Heads, The Pretenders, Elvis Costello and many others.

August 31 - Karen Carpenter marries Thomas Burris in their shortly-lived marriage of three years. "Because We Are in Love" is played at their wedding.

September 20 - Ozzy Osbourne's breakthrough debut album Blizzard of Ozz is released in the UK.

September 25 - Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham found dead at age 32.

November 21 - The Eagles' Don Henley is arrested when cocaine, Quaaludes, and marijuana were found in his hotel room after a nude 16 year old prostitute had drug-related seizures. Henley is also subsequently charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

December - Duran Duran signs with EMI after finalizing its lineup and touring as a support act for Hazel O'Connor.

December 4 - Led Zeppelin disbands after John Bonham dies.

December 8 - John Lennon is shot dead outside of his apartment building in New York City.
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:21

Albums released

9 to 5 - Dolly Parton
21 at 33 - Elton John
80/81 - Pat Metheny
1980 - Gil Scott Heron
A - Jethro Tull
A Different Kind of Tension - The Buzzcocks
A Musical Affair - Ashford and Simpson
Absolutely - Madness
Ace of Spades - Motörhead
Acnalbasac Noom - Slapp Happy
Adventures in Utopia - Utopia
After Dark - Andy Gibb
Against the Wind - Bob Seger
Alibi - America
All Shook Up - Cheap Trick
Amar Como Jesus Amou - Jorge Ferreira
Animal Magnetism - Scorpions
Arc of a Diver - Steve Winwood
Argybargy - Squeeze
Army Life - The Exploited
The Art of Walking - Pere Ubu
Audio Visions - Kansas
Authority Stealing - Fela Kuti
Autoamerican - Blondie
Autumn - George Winston
Avoid Freud - Rough Trade
Baby's Got a Gun - The Only Ones
Back in Black - AC/DC
Back On The Streets - Donnie Iris
Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School - Warren Zevon
Barry - Barry Manilow
Bass Culture - Linton Kwesi Johnson
Beat Crazy - Joe Jackson
Beatin' the Odds - Molly Hatchet
Bebe Le Strange - Heart
The Beginning - Midnight Star
Between a Hard Place and the Ground - Mike Bloomfield
Bird Noises - Midnight Oil
The Birthday Party - The Birthday Party
The Black Album - The Damned
Black Market Clash - The Clash
Black Sea - XTC
Blizzard of Ozz - Ozzy Osbourne (solo debut)
Blue Angel - Blue Angel
Blue Kentucky Girl - Emmylou Harris
The Blues Brothers - Original Soundtrack
Borderline - Ry Cooder
Boy - U2 (debut)
Boys Don't Cry - The Cure
The Brains - The Brains
British Steel - Judas Priest
Brother Ray is at it Again - Ray Charles
Bryan Adams - Bryan Adams
Bunny Wailer Sings the Wailers - Bunny Wailer
Burning Blue Soul - Matt Johnson
Butcher Baby (EP) - Plasmatics
Camellia III and Camellia IV - Ebiet G. Ade
Cameosis - Cameo
Carnaval - Spyro Gyra
Caught You - Steel Pulse
Chicago XIV - Chicago
Christopher Cross - Christopher Cross
Closer - Joy Division
Clues - Robert Palmer
Coal Miner's Daughter - Original Soundtrack
Colassal Youth - Young Marble Giants
Come Upstairs - Carly Simon
Commercial Album - The Residents
Common One - Van Morrison
The Correct Use of Soap - Magazine
Crazy Rhythms - The Feelies
Crimes of Passion - Pat Benatar
Crocodiles - Echo and the Bunnymen
Cultosaurus Erectus - Blue Öyster Cult
The Decline of Western CivilizationSoundtrack - Various Artists
Deface the Music - Utopia
Departure - Journey
Diana - Diana Ross
Dirty Mind - Prince
Divine Madness - Bette Midler
Doc at the Radar Station - Captain Beefheart
Dome 1 - Dome
Don't Fight It - Red Rider
Double Fantasy - John Lennon & Yoko Ono
Drama - Yes
Drastic Measures - 7 Seconds
Dream After Dream - Journey
Dub Disco - Bunny Wailer
Duke - Genesis
Eagles Live - The Eagles
Earth & Sky - Graham Nash
East - Cold Chisel
Eje Nlogba - King Sunny Ade
Elephant Parts - Mike Nesmith
Emotional Rescue - The Rolling Stones
Empires and Dance - Simple Minds
Empty Glass - Pete Townshend
End of the Century - The Ramones
The European Tour - John Coltrane
Exploited Barmy Army - The Exploited
Faces - Earth, Wind and Fire
Fame - Original Soundtrack
The First, the Best and the Last - Sham 69
Flash Gordon - Queen
Flesh + Blood - Roxy Music
Flush the Fashion - Alice Cooper
The Flying Lizards - The Flying Lizards
Framed - Asleep at the Wheel
Freedom of Choice - Devo
Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables - Dead Kennedys
Full Moon - Charlie Daniels Band
Gap Band III - The Gap Band
The Game - Queen
The Game - Sham 69
Garden of Love - Rick James
Gaucho - Steely Dan
Gentlemen Take Polaroids - Japan
Get Happy!! - Elvis Costello
Give Me the Night - George Benson
Glass House Rock - Greg Kihn
Glass Houses - Billy Joel
Go to Heaven - The Grateful Dead
God Save the Queen/Under Heavy Manners - Robert Fripp
Good News - Sweet Honey in the Rock
Grace and Danger - John Martyn
Greatest Hits - Kenny Rogers
Grotesque (After the Gramme) - The Fall
Group *** - The Circle Jerks (debut)
Growing Up in Public - Lou Reed
Guilty - Barbra Streisand
Gyrate - Pylon
Habibi Ana - Samir Al-Ajani
Hail H.I.M. - Burning Spear
Hanx - Stiff Little Fingers
Happy Woman Blues - Lucinda Williams
Hawks & Doves - Neil Young
Head Games - Foreigner
Head On - Samson
Heartattack and Vine - Tom Waits
Heathen Earth - Throbbing Gristle
Heaven and Hell - Black Sabbath
Hi-Infidelity - REO Speedwagon
Hideaway - David Sanborn
Hold Out - Jackson Browne
Honeysuckle Rose - Willie Nelson
Hot on the One - James Brown
Hotter than July - Stevie Wonder
Huey Lewis and the News - Huey Lewis & The News (debut)
Humans - Bruce Cockburn
Hypnotised - The Undertones
I Am What I Am - George Jones
I Believe - The Buzzcocks
Ikite Itemo Iidesuka - Miyuki Nakajima
Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden (debut)
Immer nur träumen - Die Flippers
In Concert, Zurich October 28, 1979 - Chick Corea and Gary Burton
In 'n' Out - Rick James
In The Flat Fields - Bauhaus
Inside Job - Dion DiMucci
The Inside Story - Robben Ford
INXS - INXS
I Just Can't Stop It - The English Beat
I'm a Rebel - Accept
It's What's Inside That Counts - Critical Mass
IV - The Stranglers
I've Got Something to Say - David Allan Coe
Jack Rabbit! - Doug Dillard
The Jazz Singer - Neil Diamond
Jazziz- John Serry
Jealous Again - Black Flag
The Jealous Kind - Delbert McClinton
Joe's Garage Acts II and III - Frank Zappa
John Anderson - John Anderson
Joy and Pain - Maze featuring Frankie Beverly
Just Like That - Toots and the Maytals
Just One Night - Eric Clapton
Kaleidoscope - Siouxie and the Banshees
Kano - Kano (debut)
Kurtis Blow - Kurtis Blow
Kilamanjaro - The Teardrop Explodes
Killing Joke - Killing Joke
Kings of the Wild Frontier - Adam and the Ants
Keeping Our Love Warm - Captain & Tennille
Lady T - Teena Marie
Ladies Man - April Wine
Laughter - Ian Dury and the Blockheads
Let's Get Serious - Jermaine Jackson
Lightning to the Nations - Diamond Head
Little Stevie Orbit - Steve Forbert
Live At Last - Good Rats
Live In Vienna - Cluster & Farnbauer
Living Dub - Burning Spear
LKJ in Dub - Linton Kwesi Johnson
London Calling - The Clash (U.S. Release)
The Long Riders - Ry Cooder
Look Hear? - 10cc
Looking at Bird - Archie Shepp
Loonee Tunes! - Bad Manners
The Lord Will Make a Way - Al Green
Los Angeles - X
Loud N" Clear - Sammy Hagar
Love in Exile - Eddy Grant
Love Lives Forever - Minnie Riperton
Love Stinks - J. Geils Band
Loverboy - Loverboy
Maestra Vida: Primera Parte - Ruben Blades
Maestra Vida: Segundo Parte - Ruben Blades
Making Movies - Dire Straits
McCartney II - Paul McCartney
Me Myself I - Joan Armatrading
Metal-rendez-vous - Krokus
Mekons - The Mekons
Merzbild Schwet - Nurse With Wound
Metamatic - John Foxx
Middle Man - Boz Scaggs
Mondo Bongo - Boomtown Rats
Monster - Herbie Hancock
More George Thorogood and the Destroyers - George Thorogood and the Destroyers
More Specials - The Specials
Mr. Hands - Herbie Hancock
Music of Many Colors - Fela Kuti with Roy Ayers
My Babe - Roy Buchanan
National Breakout - The Romantics
Naughty - Chaka Khan
Neutronica - Donovan
Never Alone - Amy Grant
Never Forever - Kate Bush
New Hope for the Wretched - Plasmatics
Night Passages - Weather Report
Nothin' Matters And What If It Did - John Cougar Mellencamp
Nurds - The Roches
Off the Coast of Me - Kid Creole and the Coconuts
Official Secrets Act - M
On Through the Night - Def Leppard
One Bad Habit - Michael Franks
One for the Road - The Kinks
One Trick Pony - Paul Simon
Operation Radication - Yellowman
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark - Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
Organisation - Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
Ori Mi Ja Fun Mi - King Sunny Ade
Panorama - The Cars
Paradise Theater - Styx
Paris - Supertramp
Paul Davis - Paul Davis
People - James Brown
Permanent Waves - Rush
Peter Gabriel - Peter Gabriel
Play - Magazine
Play Me or Trade Me - Parlet
Playing for Keeps - Eddie Money
Pretenders - The Pretenders
Progressions of Power - Triumph
The Psychedelic Furs - The Psychedelic Furs
Rarities - The Beatles
Rastakraut Pasta - Moebius & Plank
Ready an' Willin' - Whitesnake
Real Eyes - Gil Scott Heron
Real People - Chic
Real to Real Cacophony - Simple Minds
Reflections - Chet Atkins
Remain in Light - Talking Heads
Right or Wrong - Rosanne Cash
The River - Bruce Springsteen
Roberta Flack Featuring Donny Hathaway - Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway
Rockabilly Blues - Johnny Cash
Romance Dance - Kim Carnes
The Romantics - The Romantics
Roses in the Snow - Emmylou Harris
Running for my Life - Judy Collins
Sacred Songs - Daryl Hall
San Antonio Blues - Willie Nelson with Ray Price
Sandinista! - The Clash
Saved - Bob Dylan
Wheels of Steel - Saxon
Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) - David Bowie
Scream Dream - Ted Nugent
Searching For The Young Soul Rebels - Dexy's Midnight Runners
Second Edition - Public Image Limited
Second Time Around - The Kinks
Seconds of Pleasure - Rockpile
Selbstportrait - Vol. II - Hans-Joachim Roedelius
Selbstportrait Vol. III "Reise durch Arcadien" - Hans-Joachim Roedelius
Seventeen Seconds - The Cure
Shadows and Light - Joni Mitchell
Signing Off - UB40
The Singles Album - UB40
Sinsemilla - Black Uhuru
Ska 'n' B - Bad Manners
Snakes and Ladders - Gerry Rafferty
Snap Crackle and Bop - John Cooper Clarke
Social Studies - Carla Bley
Soldier - Iggy Pop
Solo in Soho - Phil Lynott
Something Better Change - D.O.A.
Songs the Lord Taught Us - The Cramps
The S.O.S. Band - The S.O.S. Band
Soul Syndrome - James Brown
Sound Affects - The Jam
Special Things - The Pointer Sisters
Spellbound - Dennis Brown
Stand in the Fire - Warren Zevon
Stations of the Crass - Crass
Stone Jam - Slave (band)
Storm Windows - John Prine
Strong Arm of the Law - Saxon
Suicide - Suicide
Super Trouper - ABBA
Sweat Band - Sweat Band
The Swing of Delight - Carlos Santana
Take It Easy Baby - Buckwheat Zydeco
Taking Liberties - Elvis Costello
The Tale of the Tape - Billy Squier
Tangerine Dream - Tangerine Dream
Tennis - Chris Rea
That's What You Get Babe - Kevin Ayers
There and Back - Jeff Beck
This Time - Al Jarreau
Three Mantras - Cabaret Voltaire
To the Quiet Men from a Tiny Girl - Nurse With Wound
Tomcattin' - Blackfoot
Totale's Turns (It's Now or Never) - The Fall
TP - Teddy Pendergrass
Travelogue - The Human League
Trilogy: Past Present Future - Frank Sinatra
Triumph - The Jacksons
Trombipulation - Parliament
Truth Decay - T-Bone Burnett
The Turn of a Friendly Card - Alan Parsons Project
Two Bit Monsters - John Hiatt
Ultra Wave - Bootsy Collins
Underwater Moonlight - The Soft Boys
Unmasked - Kiss
The Up Escalator - Graham Parker
Up-Front - The Fleshtones
Uprising - Bob Marley and the Wailers
Urban Cowboy Soundtrack - Various Artists
Victims of the Fury - Robin Trower
The Voice of America - Cabaret Voltaire
Voices - Daryl Hall & John Oates
The Wanderer - Donna Summer
Warm Leatherette - Grace Jones
Warm Thoughts - Smokey Robinson
Water's Edge - Sweet
We Are...Every One of Us - Sweet Honey in the Rock
What's the Word - The Fabulous Thunderbirds
When Two Worlds Collide - Jerry Lee Lewis
Who's Been Talking - The Robert Cray Band
Wild Planet - The B-52's
Willie Nile - Willie Nile (debut)
Women and Children First - Van Halen
Xanadu (soundtrack by Olivia Newton-John, Electric Light Orchestra)
Yellow - Gang of Four
Yesshows - Yes
Your Cassette Pet - Bow Wow Wow
Zapp - Zapp
Zenyatta Mondatta - The Police
Zydeco Gris Gris - Beausoleil
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:22

1981

Bands formed

Agitpop
Bananarama
Bara~o Vermelho
Bucks Fizz
Fun Boy Three
Great White
Hunters & Collectors
Metallica
Mötley Crüe
Pantera
Slayer
Sonic Youth
Tita~s
Wham!
Pet Shop Boys


Bands disbanded

The Buzzcocks (they reform in 1989)
Cluster (they reform in 1989)
Josef K
Generation X
Good Rats
Ian Dury and the Blockheads
Toots & The Maytals (they reform in the early 90s)
Klaatu
Rockpile
The Slits
Wings
MFSB
Raydio
Taveners
Throbbing Gristle
City Boy
Luv' (they reform in 1989, 1993 and 2005)
Steely Dan (They reform in 1993)


Events

January 10 - Revival of the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta The Pirates of Penzance opens at Broadway's Uris Theatre, starring Linda Ronstadt and Rex Smith

February 14 - Billy Idol leaves the band Generation X to begin a solo career

February 15 - Blues guitarist Mike Bloomfield is found dead in San Francisco. The cause of death was ruled an accidental drug overdose

March 14 - Suffering from bleeding ulcers, Eric Clapton is admitted to United Hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota. Clapton's 60 city tour of the US is canceled.

April 4- the Zorros record single "Too Young" at Richmond Recorders Melbourne Australia.

April 4 - British pop group Bucks Fizz win Eurovision Song Contest with "Making Your Mind Up"

April 7 - Former Who manager Kit Lambert dies after falling down a flight of stairs in his mother's home in London. Lambert managed the band between 1964 and 1967.

April 11 - Van Halen's lead guitarist Eddie Van Halen marries actress Valerie Bertinelli.

April 17 - Eric Clapton is released from St. Paul's Hospital in Minnesota following a month-long treatment for bleeding ulcers.

April 18 - Yes announces that they're breaking up. (They would however reunite frequently in years to come).

April 20 - The Mamas and the Papas' John Phillips is sentenced to five years in jail after pleading guilty to drug possession charges. Phillips' sentence would be suspended after thirty days in exchange for 250 hours of community service.

April 22 - Eric Clapton is taken to the hospital suffering from bruised ribs and a lacerated shin, following a car accident in Seattle, Washington.

April 25 - Paul McCartney's backing band, Wings, breaks up

May 2 - Working as a local wedding singer 12 months previously, British vocalist Sheena Easton hits NO.1 in the US with "Morning Train (9 to 5)"

May 11 - The musical Cats begins its 8949 performance run on London's West End.

May 20 - Alice Cooper's daughter, Calico Cooper, is born.

August 1 - MTV debuts on cable television in the United States, playing music videos 24 hours a day.

August, UK - the success of Stars On 45 leads to a short-lived medley craze. The most successful imitator of the Stars On 45 format is, rather unexpectedly, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra whose "Hooked On Classics (Parts 1&2)" reaches number two in the charts.

August 23 - The Violent Femmes are discovered by members of The Pretenders busking outside the Milwaukee venue where The Pretenders will be playing, and invited to play a 10-minute acoustic set as a second opening act that night.

September 19 - Simon and Garfunkel perform a free reunion concert in New York City's Central Park attended by over 500,000 fans.

September 25 - The Rolling Stones open their US tour in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

November 18 - While sitting in Tom's Restaurant in New York City, Suzanne Vega composes the song "Tom's Diner".

The organ at the famous Heinävesi Church in Finland is renewed, using locks from the original organ.

Alice Cooper drastically changes his appearance, leaving behind his trademark make-up and donning a Military uniform.

Synth pop enjoys mainstream popularity in the UK, with groups such as Ultravox, Depeche Mode, Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark and Human League releasing hit singles and albums.

Menudo's golden era (1981-1985) begins in Latin America, parts of Europe and Asia.

Brad Whitford leaves Aerosmith and is replaced by Rick Dufay

U2 appears on the Tomorrow show with Tom Snyder, their first U.S. television appearance

Phil Collins releases his first solo album (although he won't leave the band Genesis until 1995)

Hal Willner "invents" the modern tribute album with Amacord Nino Rota
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:22

Albums released
1234 - Ronnie Wood
4 - Foreigner
7 - Madness
9 to 5 and Odd Jobs - Dolly Parton
81 Demo - Anthrax (band)
Alles ist gut - D.A.F.
Almost Blue - Elvis Costello
Amarcord Nino Rota - Various artists
Amy Grant In Concert - Amy Grant
And Don't the Kids Just Love It - Television Personalities
Another Day/Another Dollar - Gang of Four
Another Ticket - Eric Clapton
Anthem - Toyah
Architecture and Morality - Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
As Falls Wichita, So Falls Wichita Falls - Pat Metheny
As Far as Siam - Red Rider
The Ascension - Glenn Branca
Atomkraft? Nein, Danke! - Earthstar
Bad Habits - Billy Field
Bad Religion - Bad Religion
Bad Reputation - Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
Bangkok Shocks, Saigon Shakes, Hanoi Rocks - Hanoi Rocks
Barbecue King - Jorma Kaukonen
The Baron - Johnny Cash
Beauty and the Beat - The Go Gos
Behind the Gardens-Behind the Walls-Under the Trees - Andreas Vollenweider
Being With You - Smokey Robinson
Bella Donna - Stevie Nicks
The Best of Blondie - Blondie
The Best Of Minnie Riperton - Minnie Riperton
Beyond the Valley of 1984 - Plasmatics
The Beauty and the Beat - The Go-Go's
Big City - Merle Haggard
Black and White - The Pointer Sisters
Black President - Fela Kuti
The Blasters - The Blasters
Block to Block - De Press
Blythe Spirit - Arthur Blythe
Bobby & the Midnites - Bobby and the Midnites
The Border - Ry Cooder
Border Wave - Doug Sahm, Sir Douglas Quintet
Brasil (with Joa~o Gilberto, Gilberto Gil and Maria Bethânia) - Caetano Veloso
Breaker - Accept
Breakin' Away - Al Jarreau
Brown Rice and Kerosine - Redgum
Buchenwald - Whitehouse
Bucks Fizz - Bucks Fizz
Burning Blue Soul - The The
Butt Rockin' - The Fabulous Thunderbirds
Captured - Journey
The Catherine Wheel - David Byrne
Chances Are - Bob Marley and the Wailers
Changestwobowie - David Bowie
Chariots of Fire - Vangelis
The Chieftains 10 : Cotton-Eyed Joe - The Chieftains
Circle of Love - Steve Miller Band
Coconut Telegraph - Jimmy Buffett
A Collection of Great Dance Songs - Pink Floyd
The Completion Backward Principle - The Tubes
Computer World - Kraftwerk
Connections & Disconnections - Funkadelic
Controversy - Prince
Come an' Get It - Whitesnake
Cool Night - Paul Davis
Coup de Grace - Mink DeVille
Coup de Tete - Kip Hanrahan
Cowboy Jubilee - Riders in the Sky
Cruisin' For a Bruisin' - Mike Bloomfield
Crumbling the Antiseptic Beauty - Felt
Curiosum - Cluster
Dad Loves His Work - James Taylor
Damaged - Black Flag
Dangerous Acquaintances - Marianne Faithfull
Dare - Human League
Dark Continent - Wall of Voodoo
Dead Set - The Grateful Dead
Deaf - You've Got Foetus On Your Breath
The DeBarges - DeBarge
Deceit - This Heat
Dedicated to Peter Kürten - Whitehouse
Dedication - Gary U.S. Bonds
The Deep End - The Swimming Pool Qs
Defunkt - Defunkt
Denim and Leather - Saxon
Deuce - Kurtis Blow
Devo Live - Devo
Diary of a Madman - Ozzy Osbourne
Difficult to Cure - Rainbow
Directions - Miles Davis
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap - AC/DC
Discipline - King Crimson
Don't Say No - Billy Squier
Don't Stop - Billy Idol
Drama of Exile - Nico
Dreamtime - Tom Verlaine
Duran Duran - Duran Duran
Earthshaker - Y&T
East Side Story - Squeeze
El Loco - ZZ Top
Electric Rendezvous - Al Di Meola
Electronic Eden - The Brains
Escape - Journey
Escape Artist - Garland Jeffreys
The Electric Spanking of War Babies - Funkadelic
El Rayo X - David Lindley
Exit...Stage Left (live album) - Rush
Extended Play - The Pretenders
Evangeline - Emmylou Harris
Face Dances - The Who
Face Value - Phil Collins
Fair Warning - Van Halen
Faith - The Cure
Fancy Free - The Oak Ridge Boys
Fire of Love - The Gun Club
Fire of Unknown Origin - Blue Öyster Cult
Fiyou on the Bayou - The Neville Brothers
Flowers of Romance - Public Image Ltd.
For Those About to Rock We Salute You - AC/DC
For Those Who Think Young - Rough Trade
The Fox - Elton John
Freelancing - James Blood Ulmer
Freetime - Spyro Gyra
Freeze Frame - J. Geils Band
French Record - Kate and Anna McGarrigle
Fresh Fruit in Foreign Places - Kid Creole and the Coconuts
Friday Night in San Francisco - John McLaughlin with Al Di Meola and Paco DeLucia
From the Lion's Mouth - The Sound
Frozen Alive! - Albert Collins
Fuck 'Em if They Can't Take a Joke - The Dictators
Generic Flipper - Flipper
Get Lucky - Loverboy
Ghost in the Machine - The Police
Give the People What They Want - Jimmy Cliff
Give the People What They Want - The Kinks
Go for It - Shalamar
The Golden Age of Wireless - Thomas Dolby
Golden Down - Willie Nile
Gonna Ball - The Stray Cats
Gosh It's... - Bad Manners
Gospel according to the meninblack- The Stranglers
Great American Music - Good Rats
Great gonzos: the Best Of Ted Nugent - Ted Nugent
Handful Of Earth - Dick Gaughan
Happy Birthday - Altered Images
Hard N' Heavy - Anvil
Hard Promises - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Hardware - Krokus
Healing - Todd Rundgren
Heaven Up Here - Echo and the Bunnymen
Herbie Hancock Trio - Herbie Hancock Trio
Here Comes the Night - David Johansen
High 'N' Dry - Def Leppard
Higher Plane - Al Green
Hooligans - The Who
Honi Soit - John Cale
Hot! Live and Otherwise - Dionne Warwick
I Could Rule The World If I Could Only Get The Parts - The Waitresses
I Love Rock 'n' Roll - Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
Icehouse - Icehouse
If I Should Love Again - Barry Manilow
In Concert Volume Two - Amy Grant
In God We Trust, Inc. - Dead Kennedys
In Our Lifetime - Marvin Gaye
In the Garden - Eurythmics
In the Pocket - The Commodores
Individuellos - La Düsseldorf
Inner City Front - Bruce Cockburn
The Innocent Age - Dan Fogelberg
Insect and Individual Silenced - Nurse With Wound
Intensities in 10 Cities (live) - Ted Nugent
Invictus Means Unconquered - David Allan Coe
It's Time To Love - Teddy Pendergrass
It Must Be Magic - Teena Marie
The Jacksons Live! - The Jacksons
Jane Siberry - Jane Siberry
Joy - The Minutemen (band)
The Judgement of Paris - Kevin Dunn and the Regiment of Women
Juice - Juice Newton
Juju - Siouxie and the Banshees
Jumpin' Jive - Joe Jackson
Killers - Iron Maiden
Kim Wilde - Kim Wilde
King Cool - Donnie Iris
Kiss Me Deadly - Generation X
Kix - Kix
Koo Koo - Debbie Harry
Land Speed Record - Husker Du
Law and Order - Lindsey Buckingham
The League of Gentlemen - Robert Fripp with the League of Gentlemen
Let the Power Fall: An Album of Frippertronics - Robert Fripp
Let Them Eat Jellybeans - Various Artists from Alternative Tenticles Records
Level 42 (debut) - Level 42
Little Lost Girls - The Runaways
Live at Lyceum - Cabaret Voltaire
Live in Tasmania - John Fahey
Living in the Fast Lane - Mike Bloomfield
Long Distance Voyager - Moody Blues
The Lounge Lizards - The Lounge Lizards
Love All the Hurt Away - Aretha Franklin
Love Is Only Feeling - Donovan
Lustwandel - Hans-Joachim Roedelius
Made in America - The Carpenters
Magic, Murder and the Weather - Magazine (band)
Magic Window - Herbie Hancock
Maiden Japan EP - Iron Maiden
The Man with the Horn - Miles Davis
Mark of the Mole - The Residents
Mask - Bauhaus (band)
Material - Moebius & Plank
Mecca for Moderns - The Manhattan Transfer
The Michael Schenker Group - The Michael Schenker Group
Minor Threat and In My Eyes - Minor Threat
Mistaken Identity - Kim Carnes
The Mob Rules - Black Sabbath
Modern Times - Jefferson Starship
Month of Parturition (Ringetsu) - Miyuki Nakajima
Movement - New Order
Moving Pictures - Rush
M.S.G. II - The Michael Schenker Group
Mummy Dust - Bruce Cockburn
Music from "The Elder" - Kiss
My Life in the Bush of Ghosts - David Byrne & Brian Eno
The Nature of the Beast - April Wine
Never Too Late- Status Quo
Never Too Much - Luther Vandross
New Chapter - Aswad
New Traditionalists - Devo
Nick Mason's Fictitious Sports - Nick Mason
Nightclubbing - Grace Jones
Nights (Feel Like Getting Down) - Billy Ocean
Nightwalker - Gino Vannelli
Nine Tonight - Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band
No Sleep 'til Hammersmith - Motörhead
Non-Stop! - James Brown
Non-stop Erotic Cabaret - Soft Cell
October - U2
Odyshape - The Raincoats
Of Skins and Heart - The Church
Offramp - Pat Metheny
One Night at Budokan - The Michael Schenker Group
Only a Lad - Oingo Boingo
Only Jesus - Dion DiMucci
Original Sufferhead - Fela Kuti
Out Where the Bright Lights Are Glowing - Ronnie Milsap
Paradise Theater - Styx (band)
Parlez-Nous a Boire - Beausoleil
Party - Iggy Pop
Party Mix - The B-52s
Passage - William Ackerman
Penis Envy - Crass
Penthouse and Pavement - Heaven 17
Performance - Ashford and Simpson
Physical - Olivia Newton-John
Pirates - Rickie Lee Jones
Place Without a Postcard - Midnight Oil
Play Me Out - Helen Reddy
Playing With A Different *** - The Au Pairs
Pleasant Dreams - The Ramones
The Plimsouls - The Plimsouls
Point of Entry - Judas Priest
Positive Touch - The Undertones
The Post - Bobby Womack
Power of Love - Arlo Guthrie
Prayers On Fire - The Birthday Party
Precious Time - Pat Benatar
Pretenders II - The Pretenders
Prince Charming - Adam and the Ants
Private Eyes - Daryl Hall & John Oates
Psychedelic Jungle - The Cramps
Public Service - Bad Religion
The Punch Line - The Minutemen (band)
Punk's Not Dead - The Exploited (debut)
Quarterflash - Quarterflash
Quiero Ser - Menudo
Rage in Eden - Ultravox
Rainbow Stew / Live at Anaheim Stadium - Merle Haggard
Raise - Earth, Wind & Fire
Re-ac-tor - Neil Young
Reckoning - The Grateful Dead
Red - Black Uhuru
Red Mecca - Cabaret Voltaire
Reflections - Gil Scott Heron
Restless Eyes - Janis Ian
Rit - Lee Ritenour
Rock 'n' Groove - Bunny Wailer
Rock 'n' Roll Adult - Garland Jeffreys
Rock Till You Drop - Raven
Rockihnroll - Greg Kihn Band
Roman Gods - The Fleshtones
Round Trip - The Knack
Seduzir - Djavan
See Jungle! See Jungle! Go Join Your Gang,Yeah. City All Over! Go Ape Crazy! - Bow Wow Wow
Send Me a Lullaby - The Go Betweens
Seven Year Itch - Rosanne Cash
Shake It Up - The Cars
Share Your Love - Kenny Rogers
She Shot Me Down - Frank Sinatra
Shock Tactics - Samson
Shot of Love - Bob Dylan
Shut Up 'n Play Yer Guitar - Frank Zappa
Signals, Calls and Marches - Mission of Burma
Slates - The Fall
Solid Gold - Gang of Four (band)
Something Special - Kool and the Gang
Somewhere in England - George Harrison
Somewhere Over the Rainbow - Willie Nelson
Songs for the Mama That Tried - Merle Haggard
Songs in the Attic - Billy Joel
Sons and Fascination/Sister Feelings Call - Simple Minds
Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash - The Replacements (debut)
Sound Affects - The Jam
Speak & Spell - Depeche Mode
Special Forces - Alice Cooper
Stahlwerksinfonie - Die Krupps
Standing Hampton - Sammy Hagar
Standing Together - Midnight Star
Stands for Decibels - The DB's
Stars on Long Play - Stars on 45
Stray Cats - The Stray Cats
Step by Step - Eddie Rabbit
Still-Joy Division
Street Songs - Rick James
Strictly Personal - The Romantics
Take It Off - Chic
Take My Time - Sheena Easton
Take No Prisoners - Molly Hatchet
Talk Talk Talk - Psychedelic Furs
Tattoo You - The Rolling Stones
Teddy Boys Don't Knit - Vivian Stanshall
Temporary Music - Material
Ten Out of 10 - 10cc
There Goes the Neighborhood - Joe Walsh
There Must Be a Better World Somewhere - B.B. King
This Heat - Deceit
Three Quartets - Chick Corea
Time - Electric Light Orchestra
The Time - The Time
Time Will Tell: A Tribute to Bob Marley - Bunny Wailer
Tin Drum - Japan
Tinseltown Rebellion - Frank Zappa
Tokyo....Live - Al Green
Tom Tom Club - Tom Tom Club
Tongue Twisters - Shoes (band)
Too Fast for Love - Mötley Crüe
Too Late the Hero - John Entwistle
Torch - Carly Simon
Trio - Trio
Trombipulation - Parliament
Trust - Elvis Costello & the Attractions
Turn Back - Toto
Underneath the Colours - INXS
The Unknown Kurt Weill - Teresa Stratas
The Visitors - ABBA
Voyeur' - David Sanborn
Waiata - Split Enz
Walking Under Ladders - Joan Armatrading
Wanted Dread and Alive - Peter Tosh
Was - Was (Not Was)
Welcome to Hell - Venom
Wenn Der Südwind Weht - Hans-Joachim Roedelius
Wha'ppen? - The English Beat
What Cha Gonna Do For Me - Chaka Khan
What's THIS For...! - Killing Joke
When Two Worlds Collide - Jerry Lee Lewis
White Lace & Black Leather - Helix
Why Do Fools Fall In Love - Diana Ross
Wild-Eyed Southern Boys - .38 Special
Wild Gift - X (U.S. band)
Wild Things - The Creatures
Word of Mouth - Jaco Pastorius
Wünsche fliegen übers Meer - Die Flippers
Working Class Dog - Rick Springfield
World of Stone - Hunters and Collectors
You Are What You Is - Frank Zappa
You Want It You Got It - Bryan Adams
You're the Guy I Want to Share My Money With - Laurie Anderson,William S. Burroughs and John Giorno
Zebop! - Santana
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:23

1982

Bands formed

Cinderella
Culture Club
The Smiths
Seona Dancing
Eight Seconds
Faith No More
Napalm Death
Armored Saint
Skinny Puppy
Nitzer Ebb
Alien *** Fiend
The Pogues
D.I.
Soda Stereo
a-Ha
Beat Happening
Big Black
The Celibate Rifles
Del Amitri
Everything But The Girl
James
Kajagoogoo
Public Enemy
Flesh for Lulu
Ratt
Swans
Suicidal Tendencies
The Toasters
They Might Be Giants
X Japan


Bands disbanded

ABBA
Adam And The Ants
Bad Company (they reform in 1986)
Blondie (they reform in 1997)
The Doobie Brothers (they reform in 1988)
The Eagles (they reform in 1994)
Hotel
The Jam
The Only Ones
The Average White Band (they reform in 1989)
The Teardrop Explodes
Japan
The Skids


Events

January 15 – K.C. and the Sunshine Band's Harry Wayne Casey is seriously injured in an automobile accident in Miami, Florida.

January 17 – Tommy Tucker, writer of "Hi Heel Sneakers", dies of carbon tetrachloride poisoning sustained while he was finishing floors in his home

January 20 – Ozzy Osbourne bites the head off a live bat thrown at him during a performance.

January 21 – B.B. King donates his personal record collection, which includes nearly 7,000 rare blues records, to the University of Mississippi's Center for the Study of Southern Culture.

February 13 – A 300 pound (136 kg) gravestone from the grave of Lynyrd Skynyrd singer Ronnie Van Zant is stolen from an Orange Park, Florida cemetery. Police found the gravestone 2 weeks later in a dry river bed.

February 20 – Pat Benatar marries her guitarist, Neil Giraldo on the Hawaiian island of Maui

March 4 – Frank Zappa's son Dweezil and daughter Moon Unit form Fred Zeppelin

March 5 – Comedian and Blues Brother John Belushi is found dead of an apparent drug overdose in the Chateau Marmont Hotel in Los Angeles, California

March 18 – Teddy Pendergrass is severely injured in a car accident in Philadelphia. Pendergrass' injuries result in him being paralyzed from the waist down

March 19 – Ozzy Osbourne's lead guitarist, Randy Rhoads is killed in a freak accident in Leesburg, Florida when the plane he's riding in buzzes Osbourne's tour bus and crashes into a house. The plane's pilot and a female passenger are also killed.

March 28 – In Los Angeles, California, David Crosby is arrested for possession of Quaaludes and drug paraphernalia, driving under the influence of cocaine and carrying a concealed weapon

March 29 – Stevie Wonder and Paul McCartney release their single "Ebony and Ivory", which will remain at #1 for 7 weeks

March 31 – The Doobie Brothers announce that they are breaking up

April 15 – Billy Joel is seriously injured in a motorcycle accident in Long Island, New York. Joel spends over a month in the hospital undergoing physical therapy for his hand.

April – Amy Grant marries Gary Chapman

April 26 – Rod Stewart is mugged in Los Angeles, California. Stewart loses his $50,000 Porsche to the mugger, but was not hurt.

May 26 – The Rolling Stones open their European tour in Aberdeen, Scotland.

August 17 – In Langenhagen near Hanover, Germany began the first mass production of the compact disc.

September 7 – The musical Cats begins its 18 year run on Broadway

September 22 – The Who begin their only formally-announced "farewell" tour in Washington, D.C.

November 5 – First broadcast of The Tube was shown on Channel 4 in the UK.

November – Most successful group of the 70s Abba release their final two singles "Under Attack" followed by the re-release of 1977's "Thank You For The Music". But a split is never officially announced.

December 1 – Thriller is released by superstar Michael Jackson and goes on to be greatest selling album of all time, with 104 million units sold worldwide

The first compact discs appear in music stores in Asia.

A benefit concert takes place in Downey, California to replace the guitars belonging to Daniel Amos which were stolen early in the year. Performers included Tom Howard, Mark Heard and Randy Stonehill.

Madonna signs on to Warner Bros. Records and both Sire Records

Janet Jackson releases first recording

Caution and Plee Fresh begin recording; this is the birth of a distinctively Chicago sound in hip hop music

Lee Aaron's solo career begins

Ronnie James Dio leaves Black Sabbath for solo career

Wendy O. Williams leaves the Plasmatics for a solo career
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:23

Albums released

Thriller – Michael Jackson (greatest selling album of all time)
1+9+8+2 – Status Quo
1999 – Prince
2x45 – Cabaret Voltaire
A Broken Frame – Depeche Mode
A Kiss In The Dreamhouse – Siouxsie And The Banshees
Age To Age – Amy Grant
Album - Generic Flipper – Flipper
All Four One – The Motels
Ambient 4: On Land – Brian Eno
American Fool – John Cougar Mellencamp
Another Day/Another Dollar – Gang of Four
The Anvil – Visage
Are You Ready – Bucks Fizz
Asia – Asia
Avalon – Roxy Music
Bad Brains – Bad Brains
Bean Spill – The Minutemen
Beat – King Crimson
Beautiful Vision – Van Morrison
Before a Word Is Said – Gowen, Miller, Sinclair, Tomkins
Big Science – Laurie Anderson
Black Metal – Venom
Black Tiger – Y&T
Blackout – Scorpions
The Blue Mask – Lou Reed
Bobbie Sue – The Oak Ridge Boys
Branigan – Laura Branigan
The Broadsword and the Beast – Jethro Tull
Business as Usual – Men at Work
Chicago 16 – Chicago
Chris Rea – Chris Rea
Christ – The Album – Crass
Chronic Town EP – R.E.M.
Circus Animals – Cold Chisel
Coda – Led Zeppelin
Combat Rock – The Clash
Complete Madness – Madness (greatest hits)
Computer Games – George Clinton
Creatures of the Night – Kiss
Damaged – Black Flag
Dawn Patrol – Night Ranger
Death Wish II – Jimmy Page
The Distance – Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band
Diver Down – Van Halen
Donna Summer – Donna Summer
The Dreaming – Kate Bush
D.S. al Coda – National Health
The Early Tapes/Strategy – Level 42
Eddie Murphy – Eddie Murphy (Debut)
English Settlement – XTC
Enter K – Peter Hammill
Entrave et Etouffement – Entrave et Etouffement
Everything Falls Apart – Hüsker Dü
"…Famous Last Words…" – Supertramp
Fast Women & Slow Horses – Dr. Feelgood
Five Miles Out – Mike Oldfield
Flex Your Head – Various Artists
Flieg' Vogel flieg' – Hans-Joachim Roedelius
Forever Now – The Psychedelic Furs
Forging Ahead – Bad Manners
Friend or Foe – Adam Ant
Gap Band IV – The Gap Band
Garista – :$OVIET:FRANCE:
Garlands – Cocteau Twins
Get Nervous – Pat Benatar
The Gift – The Jam
Groovy Decay – Robyn Hitchcock
H2O – Daryl Hall & John Oates
Hello, I Must Be Going! – Phil Collins
Hérésie – Virgin Prunes
Hex Enduction Hour – The Fall
The High and the Mighty – Donnie Iris
Homotopy to Marie – Nurse With Wound
Hot Space – Queen
Hour Live – Toots & the Maytals
How Could Hell Be Any Worse? – Bad Religion (debut full-length)
Humans Only – Earthstar
The Hunter – Blondie (final studio album until early 1999)
I Paralyze – Cher
Identity Crisis – Sweet (final album)
If I Die, I Die – Virgin Prunes
Imperial Bedroom – Elvis Costello & the Attractions
In My Eyes – Minor Threat
Iron Fist – Motörhead
It's Alright (I See Rainbows) – Yoko Ono
It's Hard – The Who
Junkyard – The Birthday Party (final album)
Kansuigyo – Miyuki Nakajima
Keep On Doing – The Roches
Kenny G – Kenny G (debut)
Kissing to Be Clever – Culture Club
La Folie – The Stranglers
Langkah Berikutnya (and then Tokoh-Tokoh) – Ebiet G. Ade
Le Disque d'Or du Mundial '82 – Dalida (compilation)
The Lee Aaron Project – Lee Aaron
Leichenschrei – SPK
Lexicon of Love – ABC
Live Evil – Black Sabbath
Living My Life – Grace Jones
Love over Gold – Dire Straits
Love Will Turn You Around – Kenny Rogers
Meat Puppets – Meat Puppets (debut)
Mesopotamia – The B-52's
Metal on Metal – Anvil
Miami – The Gun Club
Midnight Love – Marvin Gaye
Milo Goes to College – The Descendents
Mirage – Fleetwood Mac
Mommy's Little Monster – Social Distortion
Mondialement Vôtre – Dalida
Music for a New Society – John Cale
Naked – *** Gang Children
Nebraska – Bruce Springsteen
New Britain – Whitehouse
Night and Day – Joe Jackson
The Nightfly – Donald Fagen
Nona – Nona Hendryx
Nothing Can Stop Us – Robert Wyatt
Nothing to Fear – Oingo Boingo
Now and Forever – Air Supply
Now Then ... – Stiff Little Fingers
Nugent – Ted Nugent
The Number of the Beast – Iron Maiden
Nylon Curtain – Billy Joel
Offene Türen – Hans-Joachim Roedelius
Oh No!, It's Devo – Devo
On Land – Brian Eno
One To One – Carole King
The One Giveth, The Count Taketh Away-William Bootsy Collins
One Vice At A Time – Krokus
Only Theatre of Pain – Christian Death (debut)
Oriental Beat – Hanoi Rocks
Original Musiquarium – Greatest Hits – Stevie Wonder
The Party's Over – Talk Talk
Peter Gabriel also known as Security – Peter Gabriel
Pictures at Eleven – Robert Plant (former Led Zeppelin Vocalist's solo debut)
Picture This – Huey Lewis & The News
Pornography – The Cure
Power Play – April Wine
Prairie Serenade – Riders in the Sky
Private Audition – Heart
Psychopathia Sexualis – Whitehouse
The Pursuit of Accidents – Level 42
The Record – Fear
Revelations – Killing Joke
Rio – Duran Duran
The Rise & Fall – Madness
Rock in a Hard Place – Aerosmith
Room To Live – The Fall
Rough Diamonds – Bad Company
Ruff Cuts EP – Twisted Sister
Saints & Sinners – Whitesnake
Screaming for Vengeance – Judas Priest
Send Me A Lullaby – The Go-Betweens
Shabooh Shoobah – Inxs
Shoot out the Lights – Richard and Linda Thompson
Signals – Rush
Silk Electric – Diana Ross
The Singles: The First Ten Years – ABBA
The Sky's Gone Out – Bauhaus
Sleepwalking – Gerry Rafferty
Somewhere in Afrika – Manfred Mann's Earth Band
Songs of the Free – Gang of Four
Sonic Youth – Sonic Youth
Speak of the Devil – Ozzy Osbourne (Live)
Spécial Dalida – Dalida
Stink – The Replacements
Straight Between the Eyes – Rainbow
Sweets From a Stranger – Squeeze
Tenebrae – Simonetti-Morante-Pignatelli (Goblin)
There For No One To See – Grand Prix
The Golden Age of Wireless – Thomas Dolby
Three Lock Box – Sammy Hagar
Time and Tide – Split Enz
Timepieces: Best of Eric Clapton – Eric Clapton (Best of 1969-1979)
Too Fast for Love – Mötley Crüe (debut re-release)
Too-Rye-Ay – Dexys Midnight Runners
Toto IV – Toto
Tough – Kurtis Blow
Trance – Chris and Cosey
Troops Of Tomorrow – The Exploited
Tug of War – Paul McCartney
The Tunes of Two Cities – The Residents
Under the Big Black Sun – X
Under The Blade – Twisted Sister (debut album)
Underwater Kites – The Modern Art (debut)
(untitled) – an untitled album by :$OVIET:FRANCE:
Upstairs at Eric's – Yazoo
Vs – Mission of Burma
Wasted Youth – Girl
What Time Is It? – The Time
White Eagle – Tangerine Dream
Zapp II – Zapp
Zipper Catches Skin – Alice Cooper
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:23

1983

Bands formed

A-Ha
Alisa
ANTiSEEN
Alphaville
Bon Jovi
Bronski Beat
Death
Dinosaur Jr.
The Dust Brothers
The Flaming Lips
Mayhem
Megadeth
NOFX
NEON CROSS
Phish
Red Box
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Run-D.M.C.
Samhain
Soul Asylum
Testament


Bands disbanded

Bauhaus
Blondie
Budgie
Minor Threat
The Misfits
Mission of Burma
Roxy Music
Wall of Voodoo (reformed in 1985)
The Who (reunions throughout the late 1980s and 1990s)


Events

Publication of A Generative Theory of Tonal Music by Fred Lerdahl and Ray Jackendoff.

February 11 - The Rolling Stones concert film Let's Spend the Night Together opens in New York

Diana Ross performed in Central Park in the pouring rain

Highest point of the 1981–1985 Menuditis and Menudomania all over Latin America.

ZTT Records founded

The UK singles chart starts to use electronic terminals in selected stores to gather sales information. The old "sales diary" method will be gradually phased out over the next few years

19 August : Radio Caroline broadcasts from MV Ross Revenge with a new mast

Steve, Bob and Rich (soon to become The Rainmakers) release demos for Mercury Records

The Police's Synchronicity was their final release together before breaking up, and was enormously popular, including one of their more popular songs, "Every Breath You Take"

Eurythmics' Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) was their breakthrough success, and included their signature tune, the title track

Mötley Crüe's Shout at the Devil was their breakthrough, and included "Looks That Kill", though they would go on to greater popular and critical success in the later part of the decade after recovering from the shock of member Vince Neil's near-fatal car accident

Nena releases 99 Luftballons and its English version, 99 Red Balloons, generating her fame in the English-speaking world

Tom Waits' Swordfishtrombones was his first album for Island Records, and the first in a series of three thematically and stylistically linked albums that established him as a critical darling and cult favorite

New Order's Power, Corruption & Lies was the second since forming from the ashes of Joy Division (after the suicide of Ian Curtis) and the first to achieve critical or popular success, as it was a stylistically innovative mix of synth vocals and dance-heavy beats. In some countries included the best-selling 12" record of all time, "Blue Monday"

Duran Duran scored hits from three separate albums in this year (Rio, the reissue of Duran Duran, and Seven and the Ragged Tiger)

Merle Haggard began a run of chart success in this year, which continued for about two years. His duet album with Willie Nelson, Pancho & Lefty, was an enormous critical and popular success and did much to revitalize the careers of both entertainers, especially with the hit title track

Stevie Ray Vaughan's Texas Flood was more popular than any blues album since the late 1960s, and did much to establish country-blues as a commercially viable genre

George Strait's Right or Wrong sold extremely well, and was a pivotal album in the development of the honky tonk revival during the rest of the decade.

Now That's What I Call Music! off the long-running compilation series in the UK

Metallica and Slayer kicked off the thrash metal era with Kill 'Em All and Show No Mercy.

R.E.M's first full-length album Murmur was one of the most critically acclaimed albums of the year.

The Carpenters' Voice of the Heart was released after Karen Carpenter's untimely death which contains material from some of her last recording sessions, as well as previously unreleased tracks from sessions over the years.

The Depeche Mode single Everything Counts achieve a great popularity and is considered the first industrial Pop music.
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:23

Albums released

1st - Streets
90125 - Yes
A Christmas Album - Amy Grant
A Volar - Menudo
Ageless Medley EP - Amy Grant
Ain't It Good To Be Free - Bo Diddley
Alive She Cried - The Doors
All For One - Raven (band)
All the Best - Stiff Little Fingers
American Made - The Oak Ridge Boys
Another Perfect Day - Motörhead
Ark - The Animals
Assault Attack - Michael Schenker Group
At War With Satan - Venom (band)
Back to Back - Status Quo
Back to the Mystery City - Hanoi Rocks
Balls to the Wall - Accept
Bark at the Moon - Ozzy Osbourne
Before Hollywood - The Go Between
Behind the Scenes - Reba McEntire
Believer - Chic
Bent Out of Shape - Rainbow
Branigan 2 - Laura Branigan
Break Out - The Pointer Sisters
Breaking the Chain - Dokken
Built to Destroy - The Michael Schenker Group
Buzz or Howl Under the Influence of Heat - Minutemen (band)
Canterbury - Diamond Head
Can't Slow Down - Lionel Richie
Cargo - Men at Work
Colour by Numbers - Culture Club
Confrontation - Bob Marley and the Wailers
Confusion Is *** - Sonic Youth
Construction Time Again - Depeche Mode
The Crossing - Big Country
Cuts Like a Knife - Bryan Adams
DaDa - Alice Cooper
Dagger and Guitar - Sort Sol
Dazzle Ships - Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
Dancing for Mental Health - Will Powers (actually Lynn Goldsmith)
Deep Sea Skiving - Bananarama
Deliver - Oak Ridge Boys
Diamond Jack and the Queen of Pain - Kevin Ayers
Dreamgirls - Original Broadway Cast Album
Electric Universe - Earth, Wind & Fire
Eliminator - ZZ Top
Europe - Europe
The Ever Popular Tortured Artist Effect - Todd Rundgren
Everywhere at Once - The Plimsouls
Even the Strong Get Lonely - Tammy Wynette
Eyes That See in the Dark - Kenny Rogers
Fall In a Hole - The Fall
Fastway - Fastway
Faster Than the Speed of Night - Bonnie Tyler
Feel My Soul - Jennifer Holliday
Feline - The Stranglers
The Final Cut - Pink Floyd
The First Flower - Play Dead
Flashdance (soundtrack) - Various Artists
Flick of the Switch - AC/DC
Forged in Fire - Anvil
Fortune 410 - Donnie Iris
Frontiers - Journey
Genesis - Genesis
G Force - Kenny G
Good Love & Heartbreak - Tammy Wynette
Hand of Kindness - Richard Thompson
Head over Heels - Cocteau Twins
Headhunter - Krokus
Heart to Heart - Merle Haggard
Hearts and Bones - Paul Simon
Hello Big Man - Carly Simon
Hello, I Must Be Going! - Phil Collins
High Land, Hard Rain - Aztec Camera
Hootenanny - The Replacements
Holy Diver - Dio
The Hurting - Tears for Fears (debut)
I Put Away My Idols - Dion DiMucci
Ich halt zu Dir - Die Flippers
Imagination - Helen Reddy
In Heat - The Romantics
Inarticulate Speech of the Heart - Van Morrison
Into Glory Ride - Manowar
Into the Unknown - Bad Religion
Japanese Whispers - The Cure
Johnny 99 - Johnny Cash
Kill 'Em All - Metallica (Debut)
Klass - Bad Manners
The Kitchen Tapes - The Raincoats
Labour of Love - UB40
Legendary Hearts - Lou Reed
Lesson Well Learned EP - Armored Saint
Let's Dance - David Bowie
Let's Start A War (Said Maggie One Day) - The Exploited
Lick It Up - Kiss
Life - Thin Lizzy
Live Evil - Black Sabbath
Live From Earth - Pat Benatar
Lost in the Feeling - Conway Twitty
The Luxury Gap - Heaven 17
Madness - Madness (US only compilation)
Madonna - Madonna
Mean Streak - Y&T
Merry Twistmas - Conway Twitty
Metal Circus - Hüsker Dü
Metal Health - Quiet Riot (American debut)
Metal Magic - Pantera (Debut)
Michael Bolton - Michael Bolton
Mommy's Little Monster - Social Distortion
Murmur - R.E.M. (full length debut)
Neruda - Red Rider
Never Surrender - Triumph
Next Position Please - Cheap Trick
No Parlez - Paul Young
No Parole from Rock & Roll - Alcatrazz
No Rest For The Wicked - Helix
Offramp - The Pat Metheny Group
Oriental Towers - The Modern Art
Out For Blood - Lita Ford (solo debut)
Outside Inside - The Tubes
Pancho & Lefty - Merle Haggard & Willie Nelson
Peace Thru Vandalism - The Vandals
Perverted by Language - The Fall
Pictures - Atlanta
Piece of Mind - Iron Maiden
Pipes of Peace - Paul McCartney
Platinum Blonde - Platinum Blonde (debut EP)
The Politics of Dancing - Re-Flex
Power, Corruption & Lies - New Order
Powerlight - Earth, Wind & Fire
The Principle of Moments - Robert Plant
Privilege - Ivor Cutler
Punch the Clock - Elvis Costello & the Attractions
Pyromania - Def Leppard
Q-Feel - Q-Feel
Queensry"che - Queensry"che
Ratt EP - Ratt
The Revölution by Night - Blue Öyster Cult
Riding with the King - John Hiatt
Right or Wrong - George Strait
Rock 'n' Soul, Part 1 - Hall & Oates
Samurai - Grand Prix
Script for a Jester's Tear - Marillion
Secret Messages - Electric Light Orchestra
Self-Destruction Blues Hanoi Rocks
Seven and the Ragged Tiger - Duran Duran
She Works Hard For The Money - Donna Summer
Shine On - George Jones
Shout at the Devil - Mötley Crüe
Show No Mercy - Slayer (debut)
Sound Elixir - Nazareth
Southern Death Cult EP - Southern Death Cult (first release by the band to eventually be known as The Cult)
Speaking in Tongues - Talking Heads
Sports - Huey Lewis & The News
Standing in the Light - Level 42
Star People - Miles Davis
Steeler - Steeler (Yngwie Malmsteen & Ron Keel's 1st band, This band's only release)
Subterranean Jungle - The Ramones
Subject: Aldo Nova - Aldo Nova
Suicidal Tendencies - Suicidal Tendencies (debut)
Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) - Eurythmics
Swordfishtrombones - Tom Waits
Synchronicity - The Police
Take It to the Limit - Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson
Take it to the River - Willie Nelson
Texas Flood - Stevie Ray Vaughan
That's the Way Love Goes - Merle Haggard
Thunder and Lightning - Thin Lizzy
Too Low for Zero - Elton John
Touch - Eurythmics
Tougher than Leather - Willie Nelson
Travels - The Pat Metheny Group
Treeless Plain - The Triffids
Trouble in Paradise - Randy Newman
Urban Dance Floor Guerillas - P-Funk All Stars
Under A Blood Red Sky - U2
Violent Femmes - Violent Femmes (debut)
Walk into Light - Ian Anderson
War - U2
The Waterboys - The Waterboys (debut)
Water Sign - Chris Rea
Waylon & Company - Waylon Jennings
We Are One - Maze featuring Frankie Beverly
We've Got Tonight - Kenny Rogers
Weeds & Water - Riders in the Sky
"Weird Al" Yankovic - "Weird Al" Yankovic
"What Makes a Man Start Fires?" - Minutemen
What's Funk? - Grand Funk
Windows in the Jungle - 10cc
With Sympathy - Ministry (Debut)
Without a Song - Willie Nelson
Works - Pink Floyd
Works - Status Quo
Yes Sir, I Will - Crass
Yentl (soundtrack) - Barbra Streisand
Yokan (Hunch) - Miyuki Nakajima
You Can't Stop Rock and Roll - Twisted Sister
You Shouldn't-Nuf Bit Fish - George Clinton
Zebra - Zebra (band)
Zeichnungen des Patienten O. T. (Drawings of Patient O. T.) - Einstürzende Neubauten
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:24

1984

Bands formed

Big Audio Dynamite
The Black Crowes
Blind Guardian
Celtic Frost
Deep Purple (reformed)
The Cult
Fine Young Cannibals
Glass Tiger
Green River
Helloween
Hothouse Flowers
The Offspring
Soundgarden
KMFDM
Sepultura


Bands disbanded

Altered Images
Any Trouble
Brotherhood Of Man (they reunite in 1986)
Crass
Earth, Wind & Fire
Foghat
Gang of Four
King Crimson (they reunite in 1994)
Mission of Burma
Naked Eyes
Orange Juice
The Raincoats
Poco
Rainbow (they reunite in 1993)
Soft Cell
Status Quo (they reunite the following year for Live Aid and stay together)
The Stray Cats (they reunite in 1986, then periodically over the years)
Styx (they reunite in 1995)
Tommy Tutone


Events

January 21 - "Relax" by Frankie Goes to Hollywood reaches number one in the UK singles chart: it spends a total of forty-two weeks in the Top 40.
January 27 - Michael Jackson's scalp is burnt during the filming of a Pepsi commercial and he remains calm. Around this time, Jackson also releases the final single from his monstrous Thriller album "Thriller". At the time, the music video is considered to be the greatest ever created.
February - After a successful recovery from the scalp burns, Michael is nominated for twelve Grammy awards and wins eight, breaking the record for the most Grammy Awards won in a single year. He wins seven for the critically acclaimed album Thriller and the other for a song featured in the movie E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.
February 14 - Elton John marries studio engineer Renate Blauel. Also Joe Perry and Brad Whitford Attend an Aerosmith concert and re-join the band and embark on their reunion tour "Back In The Saddle" later in the year.
February 16 - Jerry Lee Lewis surrenders to federal authorities on charges of income tax evasion. Lewis is later acquitted.
February 29 - KMFDM's first live performance.
March 1 - Sting plays his last concerts with The Police at the end of the Synchronicity tour; the band takes a "pause" after the tour and only play a few special events together after this, until 2007, when they would organize a reunion tour.
Alice Cooper leaves the music industry, after touring continuously for over ten years. He would return in 1986.
April 1 - In Los Angeles, California, Marvin Gaye is shot and killed during an argument with his father.
May 1 - Mick Fleetwood, of Fleetwood Mac, files for bankruptcy in the United States.
May 1 - Tipper Gore forms the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC) in response to the "filth" she hears on her daughter's Prince album Purple Rain.
May 2 - Lionel Richie's hit "Hello" becomes Motown's first ever UK million selling single.
May 5 - The Pretenders singer Chrissie Hynde marries Simple Minds singer Jim Kerr.
June 16-August 11 - Frankie Goes to Hollywood spend nine weeks at the top of the UK singles chart with "Two Tribes".
July 1 - During his performance at the first ever Cornerstone Festival in Grayslake, Illinois, Steve Taylor jumps off the stage, breaking his ankle. Taylor hopped back on stage and finished his show. The next few shows on Taylor's tour were performed from a wheel chair.
August 31 - Canadian music video channel MuchMusic debuts. The first video played is Rush's "The Enemy Within".
September 14 - The first annual MTV Video Music Awards are held in New York City.
September 14 - At the VMAs, Madonna causes controversy during her performance of her hit single "Like a Virgin" when she rolls around on the stage, revealing lacy stockings and garters, and grinds her crotch against her veil.
October 1 - The Jesus and Mary Chain release their first single, "Upside Down".
October 19 - A-Ha's career begins with the release of the "Take On Me" single in the UK.
December 1 - Frankie Goes to Hollywood become the first act to take their first three singles to the UK #1 position since Gerry and the Pacemakers in 1963, when "The Power of Love" tops the chart.
December 3 - Bob Geldof and Band Aid release the single "Do They Know It's Christmas".
December 8 - Mötley Crüe member Vince Neil is involved in a serious car accident. He was drunk at the time, and Razzle (Nicholas Dingley) of Hanoi Rocks was killed in the accident.
December 31 - Def Leppard's drummer Rick Allen lost his left arm in a car wreck. He was in the hospital until the next year (1985).
Mantronix forms.
Menudo and Menudomania reach Asia. Ricky Martin substitutes Ricky Melendez in the group.
Soundgarden forms.
UK singles sales this year are the second highest ever, after 1978.
Styx breaks up.
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:24

Albums released

'74 Jailbreak EP - AC/DC
1984 - Ebiet G. Ade
About Face - David Gilmour
Agent Provocateur - Foreigner
All Fired Up - Fastway
All Over The Place - The Bangles
All Those Wasted Years - Hanoi Rocks
Animal Grace - April Wine
Animalize - Kiss (band)
Arena(Live Album) - Duran Duran
The Art of Defense - Nona Hendryx
The Ascension - Glenn Branca
Aural Sculpture - The Stranglers
Back and Forth - Skinny Puppy
Balls to the Wall - Accept
Bananarama - Bananarama
Begegnungen - Eno Moebius Roedelius Plank
Beverly Hills Cop (soundtrack) - Various Artists
Bewitched - Andy Summers & Robert Fripp
Big Bam Boom - Hall & Oates
The Blitz (album) - Krokus (band)
Body & Soul - Joe Jackson
Bon Jovi - Bon Jovi
Born in the U.S.A. - Bruce Springsteen
Box of Frogs - Box of Frogs
Breaking Curfew - Red Rider
Breaking Hearts - Elton John
Building the Perfect Beast - Don Henley
Burning Oil - Skeletal Family
Burn the Witches - Warlocks (band)
Cats Without Claws - Donna Summer
Caught In The Act - Styx
Centipede - Rebbie Jackson
Chicago 17 - Chicago
Climate of Hunter - Scott Walker
Condition Critical - Quiet Riot
Couldn't Stand the Weather - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
Dali - Dalida
A Dancing Foot and a Praying Knee Don't Belong on the Same Leg - Scattered Order
Dancing on the Edge - Lita Ford
Dead Can Dance - Dead Can Dance
Defenders of the Faith - Judas Priest
Deia...Vu - Kevin Ayers
Desert Moon - Dennis DeYoung
Double Nickels on the Dime - The Minutemen
Dream Street (album) - Janet Jackson
Dreamtime - Death Cult (Band name was later changed to The Cult)
E2-E4 - Manuel Göttsching
Eden - Everything But The Girl
Eyes Of Innocence - Miami Sound Machine
First Strike - Def Leppard
Fistful of Metal - Anthrax
The Flat Earth - Thomas Dolby
Forever Young - Alphaville
Fried - Julian Cope
From Her to Eternity - Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
From the Promised Land - Play Dead
From the Promised Land (remix) - Play Dead
Give Em' The Axe EP - Lizzy Borden
Give My Regards to Broad Street - Paul McCartney
The Glamorous Life - Sheila E.
Gone Fishin' - Flipper
Grace Under Pressure - Rush
Great White (band) - Great White (band)
Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. - Dwight Yoakam (debut)
Hajimemashite (How Do You Do) - Miyuki Nakajima
Hard To Hold - Rick Springfield
Hatful of Hollow - The Smiths
Haunting the Chapel EP - Slayer
Heart Don't Lie - LaToya Jackson
Heartbeat City - The Cars
High 'N' Dry - Def Leppard (re-Release)
The Honeydrippers: Volume One - Robert Plant
Horizen - Jade Warrior
How Will the Wolf Survive? - Los Lobos
Hyaena - Siouxsie and the Banshees
I Often Dream of Trains - Robyn Hitchcock
Icon - Icon (debut album)
Ich kann den Anderen in deinen Augen sehn - Die Flippers
In Rock We Trust - Y&T
In the Studio - The Specials
Intellectuals Are The Shoeshine Boys Of The Ruling Elite - Killdozer
Into The Gap - Thompson Twins
Isolation - Toto
It's My Life - Talk Talk
Keep Moving - Madness
L.A. Is My Lady - Frank Sinatra
Lady of the Stars - Donovan
The Las Vegas Story - The Gun Club
The Last in Line - Dio
Lay Down the Law - Keel (debut album)
Learning to Crawl - The Pretenders
Legend: Best of Bob Marley & the Wailers - Bob Marley & the Wailers
Let It Be - The Replacements
Lights Out - Peter Wolf
Like a Virgin - Madonna
Live Sentence - Alcatrazz
Love at First Sting - Scorpions
March of the Saint - Armored Saint
Mast Nazren -Ecstatic Glances Live in London, 1984 - Ghulam Ali
MCMLXXXIV - Van Halen
Meat Puppets II - Meat Puppets
Moving - The Raincoats
Nave Maria - Tom Zé
No Brakes - John Waite
No Kinda Dancer - Robert Earl Keen
No Remorse - Motörhead
No Tellin' Lies - Zebra
Ocean Rain - Echo and the Bunnymen
Opium - KMFDM (Debut Album)
Optimystique - Yanni
Out of the Cellar - Ratt
Out of Step - Minor Threat
Pagan Place - The Waterboys
Penetrator - Ted Nugent
Perfect Strangers - Deep Purple
Powerslave - Iron Maiden
Private Dancer - Tina Turner (her breakthrough solo album)
Projects in the Jungle - Pantera
The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking - Roger Waters
Purple Rain - Prince and the Revolution
Rattlesnakes - Lloyd Cole and the Commotions
Read My Lips - Fee Waybill
Reckless - Bryan Adams
Reckoning - R.E.M.
Remission - Skinny Puppy
Revolution - Menudo
Ride the Lightning - Metallica
Riders in the Sky, Live - Riders in the Sky
Rita Mitsouko - Rita Mitsouko
Seasons - Dion DiMucci
See You In Hell - Grim Reaper
Self Control - Laura Branigan
She's So Unusual - Cyndi Lauper
The Smiths - The Smiths
Some Great Reward - Depeche Mode
Sonic Death - Sonic Youth
Soul Mining - The The
The Splendour of Fear - Felt
Spring Hill Fair - The Go-Betweens
Starchild - Teena Marie
Stay Hungry - Twisted Sister
Steeltown - Big Country
Stop Making Sense - Talking Heads
Straight Ahead - Amy Grant
The Strange Idols Pattern and Other Short Stories - Felt
Street Talk - Steve Perry
Suddenly - Billy Ocean
Talk Show - The Go-Go's
Team Goon - D.I. (EP)
Three of a Perfect Pair - King Crimson
Thunder Seven - Triumph
Tocsin - Xmal Deutschland
Tonight - David Bowie
Tooth and Nail - Dokken
The Top - The Cure
Treasure - Cocteau Twins
Tropico - Pat Benatar
Two Steps From The Move - Hanoi Rocks
Under Wraps - Jethro Tull
The Unforgettable Fire - U2
Vengeance - The Independent Story - New Model Army
Victory - Jacksons
VOA - Sammy Hagar
Volume 1 - Reagan Youth
Waking Up with the House on Fire - Culture Club
Walkin' The Razor's Edge - Helix
Walking in the Shadow of the Big Man - Guadalcanal Diary (debut)
The Warning - Queensry"che (first full length album release)
W.A.S.P. - W.A.S.P. (debut album)
"Weird Al" Yankovic in 3-D - "Weird Al" Yankovic
Welcome to the Pleasuredome - Frankie Goes to Hollywood
What About Me? - Kenny Rogers
Wheels Are Turnin' - REO Speedwagon
When In Rome Do As The Vandals - The Vandals
Who's Afraid of the Art of Noise? - Art of Noise
Wings of Tomorrow - Europe
Wired to the Moon - Chris Rea
The Woman in Red - (cinematic soundtrack by Stevie Wonder)
The Wonderful and Frightening World of the Fall - The Fall
Work Resumed on the Tower - News from Babel
The Works (Queen album) - Queen
World Shut Your Mouth - Julian Cope
The Yellow and Black Attack EP - Stryper
Yngwie J. Malmsteen/Rising Force - Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force (debut)
Zen Arcade - Husker Du
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:24

1985

Bands formed

Aria
Brainbombs
Crowded House
Erasure
Fecal Matter
The Feelies reunite
Guns N' Roses
GWAR
Hootie & the Blowfish
The Mad Capsule Markets
Majesty (subsequently renamed Dream Theater)
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Mr. Bungle
Phranc - solo career starts
Pizzicato Five
Private Domain
Stabbing Westward
Totalitär
Widespread Panic


Bands disbanded

Cheech & Chong
Chic
Devo (reformed in 1987 and disbanded again in 1990)
Dr. Hook
Duran Duran (reformed in 1986 as a trio of original members John Taylor, Simon Le Bon, and Nick Rhodes)
The Go-Go's
Hanoi Rocks
The J. Geils Band
Men at Work
Mercyful Fate (reformed in 1993)
Minutemen
Orange Juice
The Police
Quarterflash
The Specials
Split Enz
The Sugarhill Gang
Weather Report


Events

January 28 - Various artists, under the group name USA For Africa, including Ray Charles, Bob Dylan, Michael Jackson, Billy Joel, Cyndi Lauper, Steve Perry, Kenny Loggins, Willie Nelson, Lionel Richie, Smokey Robinson, Kenny Rogers, Diana Ross, Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen, Huey Lewis & The News, Tina Turner and Stevie Wonder, recorded the song "We Are the World".[1]

February 21 - Whitney Houston released her first album after signing to Arista Records.[citation needed]

March 3 - A wax likeness of Michael Jackson was unveiled at Madame Tussaud's wax museum in London, UK.[citation needed]

March 26 - South African radio stations banned Stevie Wonder's music in response to Wonder dedicating the Oscar he had won the night before to Nelson Mandela.[citation needed]

April 1 - After months of talks, David Lee Roth left Van Halen to begin a solo career.[citation needed]

April 10 - Madonna began her very first tour, The Virgin Tour (named after her Like a Virgin album) in Seattle, Washington, USA.[citation needed]

June 11 - Madonna ended The Virgin Tour at Madison Square Garden in New York, USA.[citation needed]

July 13 - The Live Aid concert took place in Wembley Stadium, London, UK and Philadelphia, USA. The headlining acts at the latter venue included a Led Zeppelin reunion, the first since their 1980 disbandment.[citation needed]

August 1 - Michael Jackson purchased the publishing rights for most of the Beatles' music for US$47 million, much to the dismay of Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr.[citation needed]

August 16 - On her 27th birthday, Madonna married actor Sean Penn. They were later divorced, on September 14, 1989.[citation needed]

September 19 - The Parents Music Resource Center's (P.M.R.C.) United States Senate hearing on rock censorship began in Washington, D.C., USA. Heavy metal singer Dee Snider of Twisted Sister, rock star Frank Zappa and country singer John Denver testified against the P.M.R.C.[citation needed]

September 22 - The Farm Aid concert was held in Champaign, Illinois, USA.[citation needed]

November 16 - John Farnham became a famous Australian celebrity when his hit, "You're The Voice' went to the top of the charts at #1 for a record-breaking seven weeks.[citation needed]

December 5 - The first fully digital reggae single, Wayne Smith's "(Under Me) Sleng Teng", was recorded at Prince Jammy's studio; it is the beginning of ragga style reggae.[citation needed]

Eric B. & Rakim meet and began making music together.[citation needed]

The former Beatles producer George Martin worked with country music legend Kenny Rogers on the album The Heart of the Matter.[citation needed]

Several hundreds of thousands of U.S. dollars in publishing royalties were released to the surviving members, and families of the deceased members, of the British music group, Badfinger. Two band members, Pete Ham and Tom Evans, previously committed suicide due to financial problems.[citation needed]
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:25

Albums released

3-Way Tie (For Last) - Minutemen
10 from 6 - Bad Company
7800 Fahrenheit - Bon Jovi
A Cappella - Todd Rundgren
A Classic Case - Jethro Tull
A Diamond Hidden in the Mouth of a Corpse - Giorno Poetry Systems
A Sense of Wonder - Van Morrison
Across a Crowded Room - Richard Thompson
Ancient Artifacts - D.I.
Armed and Dangerous - Anthrax
Around the World in a Day - Prince and the Revolution
Asylum - Kiss
Auf rote Rosen fallen Tränen - Die Flippers
Backwaxed - Anvil
Bad Moon Rising - Sonic Youth
Beat Happening - Beat Happening
Begegnungen II - Eno Moebius Roedelius Plank
Behind the Sun - Eric Clapton
Bites - Skinny Puppy
Bo Diddley & Co. - Live - Bo Diddley
Bonded by Blood - Exodus
Boy in the Box - Corey Hart
Brothers in Arms - Dire Straits
Clan of Xymox - Clan of Xymox
Company Of Justice - Play Dead
Centerfield - John Fogerty
Come Out and Play - Twisted Sister
Cupid & Psyche 85 - Scritti Politti
Cut the Crap - The Clash
Dare to Be Stupid - "Weird Al" Yankovic
Delirious Nomad - Armored Saint
Despite Straight Lines - Marilyn
Diamond Life - Sade
Disturbing the Peace - Alcatrazz
Done with Mirrors - Aerosmith
Don't Stand Me Down - Dexys Midnight Runners
Down for the Count - Y&T
Dream Into Action - Howard Jones
The Dream of the Blue Turtles - Sting
Everybody's Crazy - Michael Bolton
Eaten Alive - Diana Ross
Fables of the Reconstruction - R.E.M.
Falco 3 - Falco
Father's House - Dreams So Real
Fear and Whiskey - Mekons
Fear No Evil - Grim Reaper
Feel the Fire - Overkill
Fight to Survive - White Lion
The Firm - The Firm
First and Last and Always - The Sisters of Mercy
The Firstborn Is Dead - Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Fly on the Wall - AC/DC
For The Working Class Man - Jimmy Barnes
Folksinger - Phranc
Frankenchrist - Dead Kennedys
Freaky Styley - Red Hot Chili Peppers
Futile Combat - Skeletal Family
Garista (re-release) - zoviet*france:
Go West - Go West
Gravity - Kenny G
Greatest Hits - The Cars
Halber Mensch (or 1/2 Mensch; English: Half Man) - Einstürzende Neubauten
Hallelujah All the Way Home - The Verlaines
The Head on the Door - The Cure
Heart - Heart
The Heart of the Matter - Kenny Rogers
Hell Awaits - Slayer
Hellbound - Warlock
Hold Me - Laura Branigan
Horror Epics - The Exploited
Horse Bites Dog Cries - D.I.
Hounds of Love - Kate Bush
Hunting High and Low - a-ha
I Am The Night - Pantera
Ice on Fire - Elton John
Into The Fire Live - Play Dead
Into the Groove - Madonna
Invasion of Your Privacy - Ratt
Kingdom In The Streets - Dion DiMucci
Killing Is My Business... And Business Is Good! - Megadeth
Lands End - various artists
The Last Command - W.A.S.P.
Listen Like Thieves - Inxs
Little Creatures - Talking Heads
Live ?!*@ Like a Suicide - Guns N' Roses
Live After Death - Iron Maiden
Long Way to Heaven - Helix
Loose Nut - Black Flag
Love - The Cult
Love Bomb - The Tubes
Love You to Pieces - Lizzy Borden
Low-Life - New Order
Luxury Of Life - Five Star
Mad Not Mad - Madness
Marching Out - Yngwie Malmsteen
Make it Big - Wham!
Messages from the Boys -The Boys
Meat Is Murder - The Smiths
Mental Notes - Bad Manners
Metal Heart - Accept
Midnite Dynamite - Kix
Misplaced Childhood - Marillion
New Day Rising - Hüsker Dü
The Night I Fell in Love - Luther Vandross
The Night of the Crime - Icon
Night Time - Killing Joke
No Jacket Required - Phil Collins
No Muss...No Fuss - Donnie Iris
No Tellin' Lies - Zebra
Off The Board - Ludichrist
Old Land - Cluster & Brian Eno
One for the Road - April Wine
Open Fire - Y&T
Original Masters - Jethro Tull
Oironaoshi (The Change) - Miyuki Nakajima
Power Station - Power Station
Power Windows - Rush
Project: Mersh - Minutemen
Promise - Sade
Psychocandy - The Jesus and Mary Chain
Radio - LL Cool J
Rain Dogs - Tom Waits
Ready to Strike - King Kobra
Rescue You - Joe Lynn Turner
The Right to Rock - Keel
Riptide - Robert Palmer
Rough Cutt - Rough Cutt
Rum, Sodomy, and the Lash - The Pogues
Run for Cover - Gary Moore
Sacred Heart - Dio
Say You Love Me - Jennifer Holliday
Scarecrow - John Cougar Mellencamp
Scream for Help - John Paul Jones
Seven the Hard Way - Pat Benatar
Shaken 'n' Stirred - Robert Plant
Shamrock Diaries - Chris Rea
She's the Boss - Mick Jagger
Silvertone - Chris Isaak
So Red the Rose - Arcadia

Soldiers Under Command - Stryper
Some Of My Best Jokes Are Friends - George Clinton
Songs from the Big Chair - Tears for Fears
Soul to Soul - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
Spleen and Ideal - Dead Can Dance
Spoiled Girl - Carly Simon
Spreading the Disease - Anthrax
Stella - Yello
Steve McQueen (US title: Two Wheels Good) - Prefab Sprout
Suzanne Vega - Suzanne Vega
Machine Age Voodoo - SPK
Syirin Farthat - Elvy Sukaesih
The Best Of Elvy Sukaeish - Elvy Sukaesih
Talk about the Weather - Red Lorry Yellow Lorry
Telephone Free Landslide Victory - Camper Van Beethoven
Three-Way Tie for Last - Minutemen
Theatre of Pain - Mötley Crüe
The Pacific Age - Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark
This is Big Audio Dynamite - Big Audio Dynamite
This Nation's Saving Grace - The Fall
Thunder in the East - Loudness
Thursday Afternoon - Brian Eno
Tim - The Replacements
To Mega Therion - Celtic Frost
(untitled) - :$OVIET:FRANCE:
Under Lock and Key - Dokken
Unguarded - Amy Grant
Up on the Sun - Meat Puppets
VU - The Velvet Underground
Waiting for the Roar - Fastway
Walls of Jericho - Helloween
We Are the World - USA for Africa
Welcome to the Real World - Mr. Mister
Whispering Jack - John Farnham
Whitney Houston - Whitney Houston
Who's Zooming Who - Aretha Franklin
Without Love - Black N' Blue
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World Wide Live - Scorpions
Youthquake - Dead or Alive
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:25

1986

Bands formed

Bolt Thrower
Cacophony
Dick Dale
Goo Goo
GTR
Pixies
Poison
Skid Row
Sweet Children
The Monkees (return)
The Vaselines
Wet Wet Wet
White Zombie


Bands disbanded

Black Flag
Madness
Prince and the Revolution
Wham!


Events

January 23 - The first induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame takes place. The first artists to be honoured are Chuck Berry, James Brown, Ray Charles, Fats Domino, Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Elvis Presley.[citation needed]

February 4 - Control, the third album of Janet Jackson, who would become one of the best-selling artists of all time, was released.

February 11 - Culture Club lead singer Boy George appears on an episode of The A-Team

February 14 - Frank Zappa appears on an episode of the popular television series Miami Vice. Zappa portrays a crime boss named "Mr. Frankie".

February 21 - The Dead Kennedys play their last concert at UC Davis in Davis, California.

February 23 - In honor of the 20th anniversary of The Monkees premiering on television, MTV broadcasts "Pleasant Valley Sunday," a 22-hour marathon of Monkees episodes.

March 3 - Metallica releases their highly influential album, Master of Puppets, considered by many in the metal community to be the best metal album of all time

March 27 - Sammy Hagar performs his first concert as the lead singer of Van Halen

April 12 - The Go-Go's Belinda Carlisle marries actor Morgan Mason

May 2 - Country music superstar Dolly Parton opens her Dollywood theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.

May 5 - In New York, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Chairman Ahmet Ertegün announces that Cleveland, Ohio has been chosen as the city where the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame will be built

Alice Cooper returns to the mainstream after a two year hiatus. The Nightmare Returns Tour goes on to become one of the best selling tours of 1986.

May 10 - Tommy Lee of Mötley Crüe marries actress Heather Locklear.

May 19 - Peter Gabriel releases So, his first album in over 4 years. The album reached number 2 on the charts and sold more than 3 million copies in the U.S. So contains the chart-topping songs Sledgehammer (#1), Big Time (top 10), and In Your Eyes (top 40). The music video for Sledgehammer won 9 MTV Video Music Awards, more than any video in history, and was ranked the #1 video of all time by Rolling Stone magazine. This album also marks Peter Gabriel's introduction into the mainstream of world music artists such as Youssou N'dour (who lent his vocals on In Your Eyes). It is interesting to note that Genesis released their hit album Invisible Touch in 1986, with Phil Collins on vocals.

May 21 - Harrison Birtwistle's opera The Mask of Orpheus is premiered in London

May 25 - Norwegian band a-ha wins a recordbreaking 8 awards at the MTV Music award show.

May 30 - The Monkees begin a highly successful tour of American stadiums on their 20th Anniversary Reunion Tour

June 4 - June 15 - U2, Sting, Joan Baez, Jackson Browne, Lou Reed, Peter Gabriel, the Neville Brothers, and Bryan Adams stage the A Conspiracy of Hope Tour in the US on behalf of Amnesty International, playing five cities on the tour. The final show at New Jersey's Giants Stadium is televised live, and the above-mentioned performers are joined by Joni Mitchell, Howard Jones, Yoko Ono, Third World, and Carlos Santana, as well as the other members of The Police.

June 27 - Black Flag play their last concert, in Detroit, Michigan.

August 28 - Tina Turner receives a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.

October- The Smiths, unbeknownst to everyone at the time, play their final gig as a five-piece.

October 20 - Duran Duran begin their career as a three piece with the release of the "Notorious" single

September 27 - a tour bus carrying the heavy metal band Metallica crashes in Sweden, killing their most influential bassist, Cliff Burton.

Jello Biafra/Dead Kennedys taken to court by the PMRC for content in their album Frankenchrist; Biafra wins

The Escape Club signs a contract to EMI Records

Public Enemy signs a contract to Def Jam Records

Slayer releases Reign in Blood, their breakthrough album, and the one that set the stage for many extreme metal bands to come.

A (then) unknown Country singer, by the name of Garth Brooks marries his first wife, Sandy.

Ernesto Bonino loses his voice after a surgical intervention

Megadeth releases one of their most influential and popular albums, Peace Sells... But Who's Buying?.

John Farnham became a famous Australian celebrity when his monster hit of 1985, You're The Voice zoomed in to the top of the Charts at #1 for a record-breaking 7 weeks. With his smash hit album, Whispering Jack is released, it also contains the single, Pressure Down
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:25

Albums released

10 Kola Nuts - Mory Kante
36.5 C - Miyuki Nakajima
5150 - Van Halen
ABBA Live - ABBA
Alive & Screamin' - Krokus
American Girls - American Girls
Animal Magic - The Blow Monkeys
Another View - The Velvet Underground
Another Step - Kim Wilde
As Close As You Think - Kevin Ayers
Atomizer - Big Black
August - Eric Clapton
Back in the High Life - Steve Winwood
Bad Alchemy nr 4 - Various Artists
Balance of Power - Electric Light Orchestra
Belinda - Belinda Carlisle
Bend Sinister - The Fall
Better Than Heaven - Stacey Q
Black Celebration - Depeche Mode
Born Sandy Devotional - The Triffids
Brighter Than a Thousand Suns - Killing Joke
Bring On the Night - Sting
Camper Van Beethoven - Camper Van Beethoven
Cendres de Lune - Mylene Farmer
Change of Address - Krokus
Charlotte for Ever - Charlotte Gainsbourg
Chicago 18 - Chicago
Chris Isaak - Chris Isaak
Classics Live! - Aerosmith
Club Ninja - Blue Öyster Cult
Constrictor - Alice Cooper
Control - Janet Jackson
Crowded House - Crowded House
Dancing Undercover - Ratt
Dangerous Games - Alcatrazz
A Date With Elvis - The Cramps
David Foster - David Foster
Dirty Work (album) - The Rolling Stones
Dreaming In Sequence - Chrome
Dreamtime - The Stranglers
Duotones - Kenny G
Eat 'Em and Smile - David Lee Roth
Emerald City - Teena Marie
Emerson, Lake & Powell - Emerson, Lake & Powell
EVOL - Sonic Youth
Fame and Fortune - Bad Company
Fight! - Various Artists
Finyl Vinyl - Rainbow
First Release - Goo Goo Dolls
Flaunt It - Sigue Sigue Sputnik
Fore! - Huey Lewis & The News
Forever Breathes the Lonely Word - Felt
From Luxury to Heartache - Culture Club
Frontal Assault - Angel Witch
Game Over - Nuclear Assault
Gift - The Sisterhood
Graceland - Paul Simon
Gruts - Ivor Cutler
GTR - GTR
Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. - Dwight Yoakam
Guitar Town - Steve Earle
Hey... Bo Diddley In Concert - Bo Diddley with Mainsqueeze
High Priest Of Love EP - Zodiac Mindwarp
Highlights of a Dangerous Life - The Johnnys
Home Of The Brave - Laurie Anderson
Horse Rotorvator - Coil
Hot Together - Pointer Sisters
Hwgr Grawth-Og - Datblygu
I Against I - Bad Brains
In America EP - Britny Fox
In the Pines - The Triffids
In The Army Now - Status Quo
In Visible Silence - Art of Noise
Inside the Electric Circus - W.A.S.P.
Inside - Matthew Sweet
Intermission - Dio
Into The Light - Chris de Burgh
Invisible Touch - Genesis
Isyu! - Ebiet G. Ade
Keys to Imagination - Yanni
Kicking Against the Pricks - Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
A Kind of Magic - Queen
King of America - Elvis Costello
Kings of Punk - Poison Idea
Knocked Out Loaded - Bob Dylan
Le Mystere des Voix Bulgares - Le Myste`re des Voix Bulgares
Le Visage de l'Amour - Dalida
Le sixie`me jour - Dalida
Let the Snakes Crinkle Their Heads to Death - Felt
Letters Home - News from Babel
Liberty Belle and the Black Diamond Express - The Go-Betweens
Licensed to Ill - The Beastie Boys
Lifes Rich Pageant - R.E.M.
Lightning Strikes - Loudness
Like a Rock - Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band
Little Miss Dangerous - Ted Nugent
Live ?!*@ Like a Suicide - Guns N' Roses
Live 1975-1985 - Bruce Springsteen
Lives in the Balance - Jackson Browne
Look What the Cat Dragged In - Poison
Love in Bright Landscapes - The Triffids
Lyle Lovett - Lyle Lovett
Master of Puppets - Metallica
Master of The Metal - Messiah Prophet
Mean Business - The Firm
Mechanical Resonance - Tesla
Menace to Society - Lizzy Borden
Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse - Skinny Puppy
Mind's Eye - Vinnie Moore
Morbid Visions - Sepultura (Debut)
Mosaic - Wang Chung
Nasty, Nasty - Black 'N Blue
Nerve War - Front Line Assembly
Night Songs - Cinderella
No. 10, Upping St. - Big Audio Dynamite
No Guru, No Method, No Teacher - Van Morrison
Not of This Earth - Joe Satriani
Notorious - Duran Duran
November-Coming-Fire - Samhain
Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt - Die Flippers
On the Beach - Chris Rea
Orgasmatron - Motörhead
Paint Your Wagon - Red Lorry Yellow Lorry
Parade - Prince and the Revolution
Peace Sells... But Who's Buying? - Megadeth
Pearls of Passion - Roxette
Permanent Sleep - Lowlife
Pleasure to Kill - Kreator
Portfolio - The Michael Schenker Group
Prince Ivor - Ivor Cutler
Psychocandy - The Jesus and Mary Chain
QR III - Quiet Riot
R-N-B Skeletons In The Closet-George Clinton
Rage for Order - Queensry"che
Rapture - Anita Baker
Raised On Radio - Journey
Raising Hell - Run DMC
Rat in the Kitchen - UB40
Reign in Blood - Slayer
Reivax Au Bongo - Hector Zazou
Rendez-Vous - Jean Michel Jarre
Russian Roulette - Accept
Scoundrel Days - a-ha
Seventh Star - Black Sabbath
*** Mad - NoMeansNo
Shot in the Dark - Great White
Silk And Steel - Five Star
Skylarking - XTC
Slippery When Wet - Bon Jovi
So - Peter Gabriel
Solitude/Solitaire - Peter Cetera
Somewhere in Time - Iron Maiden
Sound Of Confusion - Spacemen 3
Stand Tall - Killer Dwarfs
Staring at the Sea: the Singles - The Cure
Storms of Life - Randy Travis
Strange Land - Box of Frogs
Strength in Numbers - .38 Special
Strong Persuader - Robert Cray
Synthetic Socks - Ween
Tacky Souvenirs of Pre-Revolutionary America - Culturcide
The Bridge - Billy Joel
The Circle & The Square - Red Box
The Collection - Amy Grant
The Colour of Spring - Talk Talk
The Divine Punishment - Diamanda Galás
The Doctor - Cheap Trick
The Final Countdown - Europe
The Final Frontier - Keel
The Good Earth - The Feelies
The Queen Is Dead - The Smiths
The Rainmakers - The Rainmakers
The Seer - Big Country
The Ultimate Sin - Ozzy Osbourne
The Way It Is - Bruce Hornsby & the Range
The Yellow and Black Attack - Stryper
Then & Now... the Best of The Monkees - The Monkees
They Don't Make Them Like They Used To - Kenny Rogers
They Might Be Giants - They Might Be Giants
Third Stage - Boston
Thrill of a Lifetime - King Kobra
To Hell with the Devil - Stryper
Tom Cochrane & Red Rider - Tom Cochrane & Red Rider
Tones - Eric Johnson
Total Terror - Front Line Assembly
Trick or Treat - Fastway
Trilogy - Yngwie Malmsteen
True as Steel - Warlock
True Blue - Madonna
True Colors - Cyndi Lauper
True Confessions - Bananarama
True Stories - Talking Heads
Truthdare Doubledare - Bronski Beat
Turbo - Judas Priest
Utter Madness - Madness
Velvet & Steel - Dion DiMucci
Vinnie Vincent Invasion - Vinnie Vincent Invasion
Walking Through Fire - April Wine
Want Some - Rough Cutt
Weird Love - The Scientists
What Do You Know Deutschland? - KMFDM
When In Rome Do As The Vandals - The Vandals
Whispering Jack - John Farnham
Who Made Who - AC/DC
Wonderland - Erasure
Yemenite Songs - Ofra Haza
Your Funeral, My Trial - Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Zebra/3.V|3.V - Zebra
New Trails - Riders in the Sky
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:26

1987

Bands formed

Alice in Chains
BaBe
Blitzkrieg (pre-Therion)
Burzum
Cheater Slicks
Danzig
Fugazi
Gin Blossoms
The Headstones
Nirvana
Paul Oakenfold
Operation Ivy
Poster Children
Sticks and Stones
Sven Gali
Green Day


Bands disbanded

The Motels
The Tubes
Twisted Sister
Warlock
Grim Reaper
GTR
Hüsker Dü
The Smiths
Zebra


Events

January 3 - Aretha Franklin becomes the first woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

January 16 - The Beastie Boys become the first act to be censored by American Bandstand.

January - Steve "Silk" Hurley's innovative "Jack Your Body" becomes the first house music record to top the UK singles chart.

February 6 - Sonny Bono announces his candidacy for mayor of Palm Springs, California

February 14–March 7 - Bon Jovi's "Livin' on a Prayer" is the #1 song. It would be 1987's biggest hit song.

February 24 - Legendary radio personality Jim Connors dies in a fatal car crash.

March 7 - The first five Beatles albums, Please Please Me, With the Beatles, A Hard Day's Night, Beatles for Sale and Help! are released on Compact disc. Capitol Records decides to release the original UK mixes of the Beatles albums, which means that the first four CDs are released in mono. This marks the first time that many of these mono mixes were available in the US.

March 9 - Carole King is inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in New York City; The career that would end in an infamous appearance at The Brit awards and the burning of a million pounds began in Britain, as The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu released their debut single, "All You Need Is Love". Their debut album, 1987 (What the Fuck Is Going On?), would follow in June.

March 13 - Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Alice Cooper almost dies on stage when one of the props, the Gallows, malfunctions

March 13 - In the US, Bryan Adams' "Heat of the Night" becomes the first single to be commercially released on cassette. Cassette singles become known as cassingles.

March 27 - Inspired by The Beatles' 1969 rooftop concert, U2 shoots a music video for the song "Where the Streets Have No Name" on a rooftop in Los Angeles, California

April 23 - Carole King sues the owner of her record company, Lou Adler, claiming that she is owed more than $400,000 in royalties. King also asks for rights to her old recordings.

June 14 - Madonna starts her Who's That Girl Tour in Osaka, Japan.

June 27 - Whitney Houston's second album Whitney becomes the first album by a female artist to debut at #1 on the Billboard 200

July 21 - Guns N' Roses release their debut album Appetite for Destruction

August 3 - Def Leppard release their 4th studio album Hysteria

September 6 - Madonna ends her Who's That Girl Tour in Florence, Italy.

September 25 - Matthew Garrison Chapman is born as the first child of Amy Grant and Gary Chapman. Lead Me On, Amy's 1988 album, is said to have been dedicated to Matt

October - electronic data gathering completely replaces the old sales diary technique in compiling the UK singles and albums chart. The publication day of new charts is moved from Tuesday to Sunday.

October 12 - Twisted Sister breaks up - they would not reunite until the end of the 1990s.

October 19 - Mötley Crüe release the song "You're All I Need" as a single. Its lyrics cause MTV to refuse to play its video. Radio stations never play the song either.

October 19 - English cellist, Jacqueline du Pre dies at the age of 42.

October 31 -The Zorros headline on the Halloween for the last ever show at the Crystal Ballroom, Saint Kilda Melbourne's premier Punk/ New Wave Venue. The Crystal Ballroom had seen almost ten years of intense Musical Evolution. The venue had Chandeliers, stained glass windows, paisley wallpaper and a tiled foyer.

November 13 - Sonny and Cher reunite for a performance on Late Night with David Letterman

December 23 - Nikki Sixx of the rock band Mötley Crüe suffered a heroin overdose, but was revived shortly thereafter.

Social Distortion returns to record Prison Bound

Winger signs to Atlantic Records

Kylie Minogue's recording career begins, when her cover version of the Little Eva hit The Loco-Motion spends seven weeks at number one in her native Australia and leads to a contract with UK based record producers Stock Aitken Waterman.

Lynyrd Skynyrd reforms and now has Ronnie Van Zant's little brother Johnny Van Zant as lead singer.

The Smiths disband after Guitarist and songwriter Johnny Marr leaves the band.

Andreas Kisser replaces Jairo Guedes in Sepultura.
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Albums released

...Nothing Like the Sun - Sting
1987 (What the Fuck Is Going On?) - The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu
2X4 - Guadalcanal Diary)
3.V - Zebra
A Momentary Lapse of Reason - Pink Floyd
A More Perfect Union - Icon
A Very Special Christmas - Various Artists
Abigail - King Diamond
Actually - Pet Shop Boys
Akwaba Beach - Mory Kanté
All Systems Go - Donna Summer
All the Best! - Paul McCartney
Alphabet City - ABC
Among the Living - Anthrax
Appetite for Destruction - Guns N' Roses
Back for the Attack - Dokken
Bad - Michael Jackson
Bad Animals - Heart
Bad Animals - Heart
Bennett/Berlin - Tony Bennett
Best of the West - Riders in the Sky
Between The Lines - Five Star
Beverly Hills Cop II: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Big Generator - Yes
Bigger and Deffer - LL Cool J
Bird Dog - The Verlaines
Bombay City - Remo Fernandez
Brave Words - The Chills
Brenda K. Starr - Brenda K. Starr
Bridge of Spies - T'Pau
Bring the Family - John Hiatt
Buster Poindexter - Buster Poindexter
By the Light of the Moon - Los Lobos
Calenture - The Triffids
Calm Before the Storm - Venom
Career of Evil: The Metal Years - Blue Öyster Cult
Characters - Stevie Wonder
Cher - Cher
Classics Live II - Aerosmith
Cleanse Fold and Manipulate - Skinny Puppy
Cloud Nine - George Harrison
Clutching at Straws - Marillion
Come on Pilgrim - Pixies
Coming Around Again - Carly Simon
Contagious - Y&T
Control: The Remixes - Janet Jackson
Crazy Nights - Kiss
Crest of a Knave - Jethro Tull
Criminal Minded - Boogie Down Productions
Daddy's Highway - The Bats
Dancing with Strangers - Chris Rea
Darklands - The Jesus and Mary Chain
Dawn - Current 93
Death Before Dishonour - The Exploited
Deathcrush - Mayhem
Diesel and Dust - Midnight Oil
Diminuendo - Lowlife
Dirty Dancing soundtrack - Various Artists
Document - R.E.M.
Don't Let's Start (EP) - They Might Be Giants
Dream Evil - Dio
Earth, Sun, Moon - Love and Rockets
Echo & the Bunnymen - Echo & the Bunnymen
Electric - The Cult
Escape From Noise - Negativland
Exposure - Exposé
F.L.M. - Mel and Kim
Faith - George Michael
Famous Blue Raincoat - Jennifer Warnes
Faster Pussycat - Faster Pussycat
Fighting the World - Manowar
Floodland - The Sisters of Mercy
Frehley's Comet - Ace Frehley
Frehley's Comet - Ace Frehley
Funhouse - Funhouse
Get Close To My Love - Jennifer Holliday
Girls, Girls, Girls - Mötley Crüe
Gluey Porch Treatments - The Melvins
Go On... - Mr. Mister
Halfway to Sanity - Ramones
Hall of the Mountain King - Savatage
Heaven on Earth - Belinda Carlisle
Hold Your Fire - Rush
How Ya Like Me Now - Kool Moe Dee
Huevos - Meat Puppets
Hurricane Eyes - Loudness
Hysteria - Def Leppard
I Prefer The Moonlight - Kenny Rogers
I'm the Man - Anthrax
Immaculate Deception - Ludichrist
In Dreams: The Greatest Hits - Roy Orbison
In My Tribe - 10,000 Maniacs
In the Dark - The Grateful Dead
Inside Information - Foreigner
Into the Fire - Bryan Adams
Introduce Yourself - Faith No More
Introducing the Hardline According to... - Terence Trent D'Arby
Introducing the Hardline According to... - Terence Trent D'Arby
Islands - Mike Oldfield
It's Better To Travel - Swing Out Sister
Jackomo - Little Annie Anxiety Bandez
Jane's Addiction - Jane's Addiction
Johnny Cash Is Coming to Town Johnny Cash
Join the Army - Suicidal Tendencies
Kane Roberts - Kane Roberts (former Alice Cooper guitarist's solo debut)
Keel - Keel
Keeper of the Seven Keys Part 1 - Helloween
Kick - INXS
King's Record Shop - Rosanne Cash
Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me - The Cure
La Bamba soundtrack - Los Lobos et al.
Lee Aaron - Lee Aaron
Less Than Zero soundtrack - Various Artists
Let Me Up (I've Had Enough) - Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
Let it Loose - Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine
Life - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Live At The Ritz - Ronnie Wood & Bo Diddley
Live and Loud!! - Sham 69
Live at Wembley - Meat Loaf
Live...In the Raw - W.A.S.P.
Locust Abortion Technician - Butthole Surfers
London Symphony Orchestra, Vol. 2 - Frank Zappa
Louder Than Bombs - The Smiths
Love Is for Suckers - Twisted Sister (final album)
Lubricated Goat Plays the Devil's Music (debut) - Lubricated Goat
Maggots: The Record - Plasmatics
Make It Last Forever - Keith Sweat
Man of Colours - Icehouse
Mark Stewart - Mark Stewart
Men and Women - Simply Red
Menjaring Matahari - Ebiet G. Ade
Midnight to Midnight - The Psychedelic Furs
Music for the Masses - Depeche Mode
Music to Strip By - Half Japanese
N.W.A. and the Posse - N.W.A.
Never Again - TexA.N.S.
Never Let Me Down - David Bowie
Nightfall - Candlemass
Now That's What I Call Music 10 (UK series) - Various Artists
Now That's What I Call Music 9 (UK series) - Various Artists
Official Version - Front 242
Once Bitten... - Great White
One Night Stand - Flamin' Groovies
One Way Home - The Hooters
Out of Silence - Yanni
Out of the Blue - Debbie Gibson
Paid in Full - Eric B. & Rakim
Perfect Timing - McAuley Schenker Group
Permanent Vacation - Aerosmith
Persecution Mania - Sodom
Piledriver - The Wrestling Album II - World Wrestling Federation
Plastic Face Carnt Smile (White Out) - Happy Mondays
Pleased to Meet Me - The Replacements
Pleasures of the Flesh - Exodus
Poem of the River - Felt
Poetic Champions Compose - Van Morrison
Pool It! - The Monkees
Pop Goes the World - Men Without Hats
Popped In Souled Out - Wet Wet Wet
Pride - White Lion
Priest...Live! - Judas Priest
Primitive Cool - Mick Jagger
Radio K.A.O.S. - Roger Waters
Raise Your Fist and Yell - Alice Cooper
Raising Fear - Armored Saint
Ready or Not - Lou Gramm
Recently - Joan Baez
Rhyme Pays - Ice T
Right Now! - Pussy Galore
Rock 'n' Roll - Motörhead
Rock You To Hell - Grim Reaper (final album)
Rock the House - DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince
Running in the Family - Level 42
Saddle Pals - Riders in the Sky
Saint Julian - Julian Cope
Sammy Hagar - Sammy Hagar
Savage - Eurythmics
Schizophrenia - Sepultura
Scream Bloody Gore - Death
Scum - Napalm Death
Secrets Of Synthesis - Wendy Carlos
Secrets of the Beehive - David Sylvian
Shaka Zulu - Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Sign o' The Times - Prince
Signs of Life - Penguin Cafe Orchestra
Silence - Stephan Eicher
Sinitta! - Sinitta
Sister - Sonic Youth
Sold - Boy George
Solitude Standing - Suzanne Vega
Speed Metal Symphony - Cacophony
Squirrel and G-Man Twenty Four Hour Party People
Starting Up - Roy Wood
State of Mind - Front Line Assembly
Stereoland - The Modern Art
Stinkfist - Clint Ruin and Lydia Lunch
Strange Weather - Marianne Faithfull
Strangeways, Here We Come - The Smiths
Strength of Steel - Anvil
Substance - New Order
Surfing With the Alien - Joe Satriani
Surveillance - Triumph
Taking Over - Overkill
Tallulah - The Go-Betweens
Tango in the Night - Fleetwood Mac
Tell No Tales - TNT
The $5.98 E.P.: Garage Days Re-Revisited - Metallica
The Best Of Dalida, Vol. 2 - Dalida (compilation)
The Blanton-Webster Years - Duke Ellington
The Circus - Erasure
The Cost of Loving - The Style Council
The Cowboy Way - Riders in the Sky
The Eternal Idol - Black Sabbath
The House of Blue Light - Deep Purple
The Hunger - Michael Bolton
The Initial Command - Front Line Assembly
The Joshua Tree - U2
The Legacy - Testament
The Lion and the Cobra - Sinéad O'Connor
The Lonesome Jubilee - John Mellencamp
The Old Masters Box Three - Frank Zappa
The Perfect Prescription - Spacemen 3
The Princess Bride Soundtrack - Mark Knopfler
The Return of Bruno - Bruce Willis
The Ultra-Violence - Death Angel
The Uplift Mofo Party Plan - Red Hot Chili Peppers
The Walking - Jane Siberry
The World Won't Listen - The Smiths
The Young Gods - The Young Gods
Tiffany - Tiffany
To the Power of Three - 3
Together Again - The Temptations
Too Late To Cry - Alison Krauss
Touch - Laura Branigan
Tribe - Bernie Taupin
Tribute - Ozzy Osbourne and Randy Rhoads
Trio - Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton
Triumph And Agony - Warlock (final album)
Tunnel of Love - Bruce Springsteen
Under the Sign of the Black Mark - Bathory
Up for a Bit with The Pastels The Pastels
Visual Lies - Lizzy Borden
Warehouse: Songs and Stories - Hüsker Dü
Whenever You Need Somebody - Rick Astley
White Fields - The Escape Club
Whitecross - Whitecross
Whitesnake - Whitesnake
Whitney - Whitney Houston
Who's That Girl soundtrack - Madonna et al.
Wild Frontier - Gary Moore
Wild in the Streets - Helix
Within the Realm of a Dying Sun - Dead Can Dance
Wow! - Bananarama
Yo! Bum Rush the Show - Public Enemy
You Can Dance - Madonna
You're Living All Over Me - Dinosaur Jr.
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:26

1988

Bands formed

After 7
Anal Cunt
Barenaked Ladies
B'z
Baha Men
Cypress Hill
Deftones
Dream Warriors
The Fauves
Guttermouth
Jesus Jones
Megatherion (pre-Therion)
Morrissey begins solo career
Mr. Big
Nine Inch Nails
Pennywise
The Smashing Pumpkins
Sublime
The April Skies
The Sundays
The Swirling Eddies
Traveling Wilburys
Turbonegro
Warrior Soul


Bands disbanded

The Bangles (reformed in 2000)
Big Black
Bo?wy
The Cars
The Communards
Reagan Youth (reformed in 2006)
The Damned
Dokken
Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) (reformed in 2000)
Face to Face
Fish leaves British neo-progressive rock group Marillion.
Heaven 17
The Housemartins
Lords of the New Church
The Sound
Supertramp
Til Tuesday


Events

Peter Ruzicka became director of the Hamburg State Opera and State Philharmonic Orchestra.

Andrew Davis became musical director of Glyndebourne.

Acid house music swept the UK. The year would later be known as the "Second Summer of Love".

Alice Cooper began production of his album Trash.

Compact discs outsell vinyl records for the first time.

"I Heard It Through the Grapevine" experienced a surge in popularity sparked by television commercials featuring claymation raisin figures dancing to the song. The California Raisins version of the song peaked at number 84 on Billboard's Hot 100.

January – The Cinemax television special Roy Orbison and Friends, A Black and White Night, recorded on September 30, 1987 at the Coconut Grove in Los Angeles, California, USA, was broadcast.

February 13 - Michael Jackson purchased a ranch in Santa Ynez, California, USA. He called his new home "Neverland".

February 16 - Billy Vera received a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.

February 17 - A 12-year old Mötley Crüe fan in Florida, USA, was badly burned while trying to imitate a stunt in the band's Live Wire music video and suffered burns over ten percent of his body. Mötley Crüe issued a statement saying the band's stunts should not be tried at home.

February 24 - Alice Cooper announced that he is going to run for Governor of Arizona, USA.

March 10 - During a concert in Perth, Western Australia, George Michael thanked Tipper Gore, head of the Parents Music Resource Center, for helping the sales of his Faith album.

March 12 - Record producer Jimmy Iovine presented the Special Olympics with a donation of US$5 million, which was raised with the release of the A Very Special Christmas album.

March 13 - The 77s, House of Freaks and The Alarm performed at Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, California, USA. Neil Young was in attendance.

April – July - Suicidal Tendencies recorded How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today.

April 19 - Former rock and roll singer Sonny Bono was inaugurated as the Mayor of Palm Springs, California, USA.

May 1 - Citing the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, a judge dropped all charges filed against singer Billy Joel. Joel was being sued by Jack Powers for defamation following an interview with Playboy magazine in which he called Powers a "creep".

July 1 - Quartetto Cetra played their last concert.

August 20 - Two people are crushed to death at the annual Monsters of Rock festival at Castle Donington, UK. during the Guns N' Roses set.

August 28 - While travelling down the Ventura Freeway in southern California, USA, the motorhome carrying the Charlie Daniels band burst into flames. Daniels and his band members escaped without injury.

September 10 - Billboard magazine published its Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart for the first time.

October 10 - Genesis'88 stage their first illegal Acid House Party in the UK.

November - The "Guess The Eddies" contest began, inviting people to guess the identities of the six members of the rock band The Swirling Eddies.

November 24 - Keith Richards and The X-Pensive Winos opened their U.S. tour in Atlanta, Georgia.

December 4 - Singer Roy Orbison gave his last concert in Akron, Ohio, USA, before his death from a massive heart attack.

December 28 - A few days before the release of her new album Like A Prayer, Madonna filed assault charges against her husband, Sean Penn. Though she later dropped the charges, the couple separated three days later and were divorced soon after, in 1989.

December 31 - Genesis & Sunrise/Back to the Future staged the biggest acid house party in the world in a warehouse in Hackney, London, UK, with 5,000 people attending.
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:26

Albums released

"Them" - King Diamond
...And Justice for All - Metallica
16 Lovers Lane - The Go-Betweens
20 - Harry Connick, Jr.
20 Years of Jethro Tull - Jethro Tull
47 Song Demo - Anal Cunt
50 Gates Of Wisdom - Ofra Haza
69 - A R Kane
A Classic Guide To No Man's Land - various artists
A Salt with a Deadly Pepa - Salt-n-Pepa
Against the Flow - Upper Hutt Posse
Ain't Misbehavin' - UFO
Ainsi Soit Je... - Myle`ne Farmer
All or Nothing - Milli Vanilli
Almost Acoustic - Jerry Garcia
American Dream - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Ancient Dreams - Candlemass
Ancient Heart - Tanita Tikaram
B'Sides Themselves - Marillion
Barbed Wire Kisses - The Jesus and Mary Chain
Barcelona - Freddie Mercury and Montserrat Caballé
Battalions of Fear - Blind Guardian
Beaches soundtrack - Bette Midler
Beast from the East - Dokken
Big Deal - Killer Dwarfs
Big Thing - Duran Duran
Blow My Fuse - Kix
Blow Up Your Video - AC/DC
Blue Bell Knoll - Cocteau Twins
Boingo Alive - Oingo Boingo
Breakwater - Lennie Gallant
Britny Fox - Britny Fox
Bug - Dinosaur Jr.
BulletBoys - BulletBoys
Bummed - Happy Mondays
Buster: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - Phil Collins et al.
By All Means Necessary - Boogie Down Productions
California - American Music Club
Chalk Mark in a Rainstorm - Joni Mitchell
Chameleon Days - Yanni
Chicago 19 - Chicago
Chobba B C.C.C.P. - Paul McCartney (limited release)
Cocktail Soundtrack - Various Artists
Colin James - Colin James
Coming Back Hard Again - The Fat Boys
Conscious Party - Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers
Convergence - Front Line Assembly
Copperhead Road - Steve Earle
Corrosion - Front Line Assembly
Critical Beatdown - Ultramagnetic MCs
Crossroads - Eric Clapton
Dangerous Age - Bad Company
Danzig - Danzig
Daydream Nation - Sonic Youth
Delicate Sound of Thunder - Pink Floyd
Diamond Sun - Glass Tiger
Disorder - Front Line Assembly
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark - Robert Cray
Don't Be Cruel - Bobby Brown
Don't Blow Your Top - KMFDM
Down in the Groove - Bob Dylan
Dream of Life - Patti Smith
E Tü - Upper Hutt Posse
Earth Covers Earth - Current 93
Eazy-Duz-It - Eazy-E
El Mundo - Mitsou
Even Worse - "Weird Al" Yankovic
Everything - The Bangles
Falling Up - Kevin Ayers
Fisherman's Blues - The Waterboys
Flag - Yello
Follow the Leader - Eric B & Rakim
Forever Your Girl - Paula Abdul
From Langley Park to Memphis - Prefab Sprout
Front by Front - Front 242
G N' R Lies - Guns N' Roses
Gems - Aerosmith
Gipsy Kings - Gipsy Kings
Giving You the Best That I Got - Anita Baker
Goin' Off - Biz Markie
Golden Throats: The Great Celebrity Sing-Off! - Various Artists
Golden Tops The Zorros
Goodbye Girl - Miyuki Nakajima
Greatest Hits - Fleetwood Mac
Greatest Hits - Journey
Greatest Hits Live - Carly Simon
Green - R.E.M.
Green Thoughts - The Smithereens
Greg Howe - Greg Howe
Guitar - Frank Zappa
Hairway to Steven - Butthole Surfers
Hallowed Ground - Skin Yard
Hang Time - Soul Asylum
Hangin' Tough - New Kids on the Block
Hard Machine - Stacey Q
Heart Attack - Krokus
Heavy Nova - Robert Palmer
Hell-O - GWAR
History of a Time to Come - Sabbat
Hit Me With The Surreal Feel - Kim Salmon And The Surrealists
Hold Me in Your Arms - Rick Astley
Hold an Old Friend's Hand - Tiffany
How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today - Suicidal Tendencies
I Am Kurious Oranj - The Fall
I Used to Be an Animal - Eric Burdon
I'm Your Man - Leonard Cohen
If You Can't Lick 'Em...Lick 'Em - Ted Nugent
Imagine: John Lennon - John Lennon et al.
Imaginos - Blue Öyster Cult
In Battle There Is No Law - Bolt Thrower
In Effect Mode - Al B. Sure!
In God We Trust - Stryper
In Heat - Black 'N Blue
Interior Design - Sparks
Introspective - Pet Shop Boys
Irish Heartbeat - Van Morrison & The Chieftains
Isn't Anything - My Bloody Valentine
It Takes Two - Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock
It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back - Public Enemy
Keeper of the Seven Keys Part 2 - Helloween
King Kobra III - King Kobra
Kingdom Come - Kingdom Come
Kings of Metal - Manowar
Kylie - Kylie Minogue
L.A. Guns - L.A. Guns
Land of Dreams - Randy Newman
Lap of Luxury - Cheap Trick
Lead Me On - Amy Grant
Leprosy - Death
Let It Bee - Voice of the Beehive
Let's Get It Started - MC Hammer
Life's Too Good - The Sugarcubes
Lillian Axe - Lillian Axe
Lincoln - They Might Be Giants
Lita - Lita Ford
Live+1 - Frehley's Comet - Live EP +1 studio track
Long Cold Winter - Cinderella
Long Live the Kane - Big Daddy Kane
Look Sharp! - Roxette
Lovesexy - Prince
Lucille - Little Richard
Lucinda Williams - Lucinda Williams
Melissa Etheridge - Melissa Etheridge
Melissa Etheridge - Melissa Etheridge
Money for Nothing - Dire Straits
My Nation Underground - Julian Cope
Nada como el sol - Sting
Naked - Talking Heads
New Jersey - Bon Jovi
New Light Through Old Windows - Chris Rea
No Exit - Fates Warning
No Rest for the Wicked - Ozzy Osbourne
No Sleep at All - Motörhead
Nobody's Perfect - Deep Purple
North and South - Gerry Rafferty
Nothing Wrong - Red Lorry Yellow Lorry
Nothing's Shocking - Jane's Addiction
Now That's What I Call Music 11 (UK series) - Various Artists
Now That's What I Call Music 12 (UK series) - Various Artists
Now That's What I Call Music XIII (UK series) - Various Artists
Now and Zen - Robert Plant
O Melancolía - Silvio Rodríguez
OU812 - Van Halen
Odyssey - Yngwie Malmsteen
On Target - Fastway
Only Life - The Feelies
Open Up and Say...Ahh! - Poison
Operation: Mindcrime - Queensry"che
Our Beloved Revolutionary Sweetheart - Camper Van Beethoven
Out of Order - Rod Stewart
Out of This World - Europe
Out of the Silent Planet - King's X
Outrider - Jimmy Page
Outside the Gate - Killing Joke
Outside the Gate - Killing Joke
Over the Edge - Hurricane
Past Masters, Volume One - The Beatles
Past Masters, Volume Two - The Beatles
People - Hothouse Flowers
Perfect Machine - Herbie Hancock
Perpetual Burn - Jason Becker
Pound For Pound - Anvil
Power - Ice T
Power Metal - Pantera
Prison Bound - Social Distortion
Provision - Scritti Politti
Quiet Riot - Quiet Riot
Racing after Midnight - Honeymoon Suite
Radio Free Albemuth - Stuart Hamm
Ram It Down - Judas Priest
Rattle and Hum - U2
Reach for the Sky - Ratt
Read All About It - Newsboys
Reg Strikes Back - Elton John
Riders Radio Theater - Riders in the Sky
Roll with It - Steve Winwood
Rough Night in Jericho - Dreams So Real
Saints Will Conquer - Armored Saint
Sam & Friends - Sam Hui
Savage Amusement - Scorpions
Scenes from the Southside - Bruce Hornsby and the Range
Second Sighting - Frehley's Comet
Second Sighting - Steve Forbert
See the Light - Jeff Healey Band
Seventh Son of a Seventh Son - Iron Maiden
Shada y - Ofra Haza
Shadowland - k.d. lang
Short Sharp Shocked - Michelle Shocked
Shove It - The Cross
Silhouette - Kenny G
Simple Pleasures - Bobby McFerrin
Sinta - Asin
Sketsa Rembulan Emas - Ebiet G. Ade
Skyscraper - David Lee Roth
Small World - Huey Lewis & The News
Smashes, Thrashes & Hits - Kiss
So Far, So Good... So What! - Megadeth
Soliloquy for Lilith - Nurse With Wound
Sour Mash - Beasts of Bourbon
South of Heaven - Slayer
Spirit of Eden - Talk Talk
Starfish - The Church
Staring at the Sun - Level 42
State of Euphoria - Anthrax
Stay on These Roads - a-ha
Straight Outta Compton - N.W.A.
Straight out the Jungle - The Jungle Brothers
Streets of This Town - Frehley's Comet
Stronger Than Pride - Sade
Substance - Joy Division
Suffer - Bad Religion
Surfer Rosa - Pixies
Survive - Nuclear Assault
Swastikas for Noddy - Current 93
Talk Is Cheap - Keith Richards
Temple of Low Men - Crowded House
Tender Prey - Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
The Abbey Road E.P. - Red Hot Chili Peppers
The Frenz Experiment - The Fall
The Great Adventures of Slick Rick - Slick Rick
The House of Love - The House of Love
The Indescribable Wow - Sam Phillips
The Innocents - Erasure
The Land of Rape and Honey - Ministry
The Live Album - Robert Earl Keen
The Live Brain Wedgie/WAD - Ween
The Madness - The Madness
The New Order - Testament
The Pictorial Jackson Review - Felt
The Serpent's Egg - Dead Can Dance
The Trinity Session - Cowboy Junkies
This Note's for You - Neil Young and the Bluenotes
Tighten Up, Vol. 88 - Big Audio Dynamite
Time Odyssey - Vinnie Moore
Today - Galaxie 500
Tougher Than Leather - Run-D.M.C.
Tracy Chapman - Tracy Chapman
Train Above the City - Felt
Traveling Wilburys Vol. 1 - Traveling Wilburys
Truth and Soul - Fishbone
Two Nuns and a Pack Mule - Rapeman
UB40 - UB40
Ultramega OK - Soundgarden
Up Your Alley - Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
VIVIsectVI - Skinny Puppy
View from the House - Kim Carnes
Viva Hate - Morrissey
Vivid - Living Colour
Vixen - Vixen
Volunteer - Sham 69
Watermark - Enya
What Good Is Grief to a God? - D.I.
What Up, Dog? - Was (Not Was)
Wide Awake in Dreamland - Pat Benatar
Wild Wild West - The Escape Club
Winger - Winger
Wyau - Datblygu
Y Kant Tori Read - Y Kant Tori Read - featuring Tori Amos
You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 1 - Frank Zappa
You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 2 - Frank Zappa
You Must Be Certain of the Devil - Diamanda Galás
You've Always Got the Blues - Kate Ceberano
Young Man Running - Corey Hart
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:27

1989

Bands formed

Blind Melon
Café Tacuba
Cap'n Jazz
Chainsaw Kittens
The Chemical Brothers
The Cranberries
Blur
Codeine
Denki Groove
dEUS
FireHouse
Flipper's Guitar
Fuel
Funkdoobiest
Ghetto Concept
Guttermouth
Jerky Boys
Green Day
Leftover Salmon
Luna Sea
Main Source
Marilyn Manson
Monster Magnet
Morphine
Pavement
Rainbow Butt Monkeys (Finger Eleven)
Rascalz
the pillows
Therapy?
Therion
Toadies
Ulceration (Fear Factory)


Bands disbanded

The Monkees
New Edition (reformed in 1996)
Operation Ivy
Wall of Voodoo



Events

January 7 - Genesis '88 and Sunrise/Back to the Future stage large-scale illegal Acid House party in London

January 14 - Paul McCartney releases ????? ? ???? exclusively in Russia. Bootleg copies sell for as much as $1,000 in the United States

January 14 - Genesis '88 and Sunrise/Back to the Future stage large-scale illegal Acid House party in London

January 23 - James Brown is sentenced in Georgia to 6 years in jail in connection with a police chase through two different states

January 25 - Madonna files for divorce from Sean Penn after three-and-a-half years of marriage, citing irreconcilable differences.

January - Phil Keaggy and Randy Stonehill form the "Keaggy/Stonehill Band" for a one time tour that pays tribute to 1960s artists like The Beatles. Tim Chandler plays bass for the band and David Raven plays drums.

January 28 - Genesis '88 stage large-scale illegal Acid House (from strength to strength) party in London

February 6 - King Tubby Jamaican dub music master, was shot and killed by unknown persons outside his home in Duhaney Park, upon returning from a session at his Waterhouse studio, probably in a robbery attempt.

February 12 - Tiny Tim launches an unsuccessful campaign to be the mayor of New York City.

February - Roy Orbison joins Elvis Presley as the only singers to ever simultaneously have two Top 5 albums on the Billboard Charts

February 17 - Whitesnake's David Coverdale marries Tawny Kitaen

Alice Cooper completes his return with the album Trash. It becomes one of the best selling albums of the year.

March 6 - Smokey Robinson's autobiography Inside My Life is published. Dream Theater releases their first studio album When Dream and Day Unite

March 21 - Madonna's "Like a Prayer" music video attracts criticism for its use of Catholic iconography and for the use of cross burning imagery, but also garnered praise for its interpretation of discrimination, rape, and faith. Pepsi drops Madonna as a spokesperson out of fear the video will cause religious groups to boycott the company.

April - Three young men attempt to mug record producer and author Reed Arvin. Reed, being a rather large man, was able to go home with his money. The three young men were forced to return to their homes empty handed and nursing a few bruises.

April 9 - The Rolling Stones' Bill Wyman announces that he's getting married to 19 year old Mandy Smith, whom he has dated for 6 years.

April 12 Garth Brooks debut album released, it will reach the top of the Country charts and make top 20 in the American pop charts.

April 28 - Jon Bon Jovi marries his high school sweetheart Dorothea Hurley at the Graceland Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, Nevada

May 1 - California jewelry store employees call the police reporting a suspicious person hanging around their store. The person turned out to be Michael Jackson shopping in disguise

May - The first issue of Ptolemaic Terrascope is published

June 13 British-born singer Sonia made her debut Disco hit "You'll Never Stop Me Loving You" went straight #1 in her native home country in the UK charts after She was sign PWL Records and team up with Stock Aitken Waterman.

July 9 - All four original members of the Monkees reunite in Los Angeles for a concert performance at the Universal Amphitheater. The following day the quartet attend an induction ceremony at the Hollywood Walk of Fame, where they receive a star.

August 11 - 12 - Moscow Music Peace Festival held in the Soviet Union. The event was put together by Doc McGhee and the Make a Wish Foundation to expose the Russian people to western culture, promote international cooperation in fighting the drug war, and promote peace. The event came to epitomize the fall of the Soviet Union and the height of pop metal. Headlined by Bon Jovi, Ozzy Osbourne, Mötley Crüe, Skid Row, Cinderella, and the Scorpions.

August 31 - The Rolling Stones open their Steel Wheels North American tour in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

September 14 - Madonna and Sean Penn's divorce is granted.

December 12 - Genesis '88 stage large-scale illegal Acid House (the fight goes on) party in London

December 17 - Gloria Mills "Millie" Chapman is born as the second child of Amy Grant and Gary Chapman. Amy's 1991 hit "Baby Baby" was dedicated to her.

December 24 - Genesis '88 and Biology parties stage illegal Acid House party in Slough UK

December 31 - Genesis '88 and Biology parties stage biggest Acid House (FREE) party (Future Power People) of the night in Slough Panasonic building (15,000 people), which was later joined by Sunrise/Back to the Future after their event was stopped by police.
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PostSubject: Re: 80s in music - by year   17.11.08 8:27

Albums released

...But Seriously - Phil Collins
...Twice Shy - Great White
1,000 Hours - Green Day
11 - The Smithereens
13 Songs - Fugazi - Compilation
3 - Violent Femmes
3 Feet High and Rising - De La Soul
5643 Song EP (EP) - Anal Cunt
88 Song E.P. (EP) - Anal Cunt
A Bead to a Small Mouth - Various artists
A Black & White Night Live - Roy Orbison and Friends
A Night to Remember - Cyndi Lauper
A Peacetime Boom - The Boom
A Show of Hands - Rush
A Word from the Wise - Pennywise (EP)
Absolute - various artists
Adeva! - Adeva
After 7 - After 7
After the War - Gary Moore
Agent Orange - Sodom
Alannah Myles - Alannah Myles
Alice in Hell - Annihilator
All Aboard the Mind Train - The Modern Art
All Hail the Queen - Queen Latifah
All That Jazz - Ella Fitzgerald
All or Nothing: The U.S. Remix album - Milli Vanilli
Allroy's Revenge - ALL
Altars of Madness - Morbid Angel
And in This Corner… - DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince
Another Place and Time - Donna Summer
Anthology - Bad Manners
As Nasty As They Wanna Be - 2 Live Crew
At Peace - Jade Warrior
Automatic - The Jesus and Mary Chain
Avalon Sunset - Van Morrison
Back on the Block - Quincy Jones
Bad English - Bad English
Badlands - Badlands
Batman - Prince
Beneath the Remains - Sepultura
Best Shots - Pat Benatar - Greatest Hits
Best Wishes - Cro-Mags
Best of Rockers 'n' Ballads - Scorpions
Beyond the Blue Neon - George Strait
Big Daddy - John Mellencamp
Big Game - White Lion
Bleach - Nirvana
Blessing in Disguise - Metal Church
Blind Man's Zoo - 10,000 Maniacs
Blood, Sweat & No Tears - Sick of it All
Blood, Sweat and No Tears - Sick of It All
Blow - Red Lorry Yellow Lorry
Blue Blood - X Japan
Blue Murder - Blue Murder
Boomerang - The Creatures
Bound by the Beauty - Jane Siberry
Brain Drain - Ramones
Brave and Crazy - Melissa Etheridge
Breakin' Through the BS - Bo Diddley
Broadway the Hard Way - Frank Zappa
Built to Last - The Grateful Dead
Bulletproof Heart - Grace Jones
Buzz Factory - Screaming Trees
Can't Fight Fate - Taylor Dayne
Century Flower - Shelleyan Orphan
Change the Weather - Underworld
Christ: The Bootleg - Crass
City Streets - Carole King
Club Classics Vol. I - Soul II Soul
Cocked & Loaded - L.A. Guns
Conspiracy - King Diamond
Consuming Impulse - Pestilence
Controlled by Hatred/Feel Like Shit...Déja` Vu - Suicidal Tendencies
Cosmic Thing - The B-52's
Cry Like a Rainstorm, Howl Like the Wind - Linda Ronstadt featuring Aaron Neville -
Cuts Both Ways - Gloria Estefan
Cyborgs Revisited - Simply Saucer
Cycles - The Doobie Brothers
DC Talk - dc Talk
Danger Danger - Danger Danger
Dangerous Toys - Dangerous Toys
Def, Dumb and Blonde - Deborah Harry
Depeche Mode
Desert Wind - Ofra Haza
Devil's Night Out - The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Different - Thomas Anders
Dig? - Bill Bruford
Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich
Disintegration - The Cure
Don't Tell a Soul - The Replacements
Doolittle - Pixies
Dr. Feelgood - Mötley Crüe
Drowning in Limbo - Lydia Lunch
Dum-Dum - The Vaselines
Dylan & The Dead - Bob Dylan and The Grateful Dead
Early Music - Santana
Earth Moving - Mike Oldfield
Eat the Heat - Accept
Electric Youth - Debbie Gibson
Energy - Operation Ivy
Enjoy Yourself - Kylie Minogue
Enter the Realm - Iced Earth (demo EP)
Enuff Z'nuff - Enuff Z'nuff
Escape from Havana - Mellow Man Ace
Extreme - Extreme
Extreme Aggression - Kreator
Fabulous Disaster - Exodus
Face of Despair - Mortal Sin
Fight The Power...Live! - Public Enemy (live, released on VHS)
Flowers in the Dirt - Paul McCartney
Flying Cowboys - Rickie Lee Jones
Flying in a Blue Dream - Joe Satriani
Follow the Blind - Blind Guardian
Force Majeure - Doro
Foreign Affair - Tina Turner
Freedom - Neil Young
Full Moon Fever - Tom Petty
Garth Brooks - Garth Brooks
Get Yer Jujus Out - Chief Commander Ebenezer Obey & His Inter-Reformers Band
Ghostbusters II Soundtrack - Various Artists
Girl You Know It's True - Milli Vanilli
Godhead - Lowlife
Gretchen Goes to Nebraska - King's X
Hallelujah - Happy Mondays
Hard Volume - Rollins Band
Hats - The Blue Nile
Headless Cross - Black Sabbath
Heart Shaped World - Chris Isaak
Heart of Stone - Cher
Helter Stupid - Negativland
Here Today, Tomorrow, Next Week! - The Sugarcubes
Hot in the Shade - Kiss
I Enjoy Being a Girl - Phranc
In Step - Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble
Indigo Girls - Indigo Girls
Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 - Janet Jackson
Jaya - Jaya
Jed - Goo Goo Dolls
Journeyman - Eric Clapton
Junta - Phish
Just Like Heaven - Dinosaur Jr.
Kaleidoscope World - Swing Out Sister
Kenny G Live - Kenny G
Key Lime Pie - Camper Van Beethoven
Killin' Time - Clint Black
Kite - Kirsty MacColl
Larger than Life - Jody Watley
Let Love Rule - Lenny Kravitz
Liberation - Bunny Wailer
Like a Prayer - Madonna
Live ED - Étienne Daho
Living Legend - Bo Diddley
Loc'ed After Dark - Tone Loc
Long Hard Look - Lou Gramm
Looking for Freedom - David Hasselhoff
Louder than Love - Soundgarden
Love Among the Cannibals - Starship
Love and Rockets - Love and Rockets
Magnum Cum Louder - Hoodoo Gurus
Make Them Die Slowly - White Zombie
Margin Walker - Fugazi - EP
Me and a Monkey on the Moon - Felt
Megatop Phoenix - Big Audio Dynamite
Merry, Merry Christmas - New Kids on the Block
Mick Jones - Mick Jones
Modern - Hijokaidan
Monty Python Sings - Monty Python
Mother's Milk - Red Hot Chili Peppers
Mr. Big - Mr. Big
Mr. Music Head - Adrian Belew
Mystery Girl - Roy Orbison
Nearly Human - Todd Rundgren
Neither Fish Nor Flesh (A Soundtrack of Love, Faith, Hope & Destruction) - Terence Trent D'Arby
New York - Lou Reed
Nick of Time - Bonnie Raitt
Night of Rage - Kraut
Nights Like This - Stacey Q.
Niki Nana - Yanni
No Control - Bad Religion
No Holdin' Back - Randy Travis
No More Blues - Susannah McCorkle
Nothingface - Voivod
Now That's What I Call Music 15 (UK series) - Various Artists
Now That's What I Call Music 16 (UK series) - Various Artists
Oh Mercy - Bob Dylan
Oh Yes I Can - David Crosby
On Fire - Galaxie 500
Once We Were Scum, Now We Are God - No (band)
Oranges & Lemons - XTC
Ozma - Melvins
Passion: Music for The Last Temptation of Christ - Peter Gabriel
Paul McCartney - Live; exclusive USSR release
Paul's Boutique - The Beastie Boys
Penikufesin EP - Anthrax
Perfect Symmetry - Fates Warning
Piretos tou erota - Vicky Leandros
Powertrip - Ludichrist (final album)
Practice What You Preach - Testament
Presto - Rush
Pretty Hate Machine - Nine Inch Nails
Prime 5 - Ween
Psycho Café - Bang Tango
Pump - Aerosmith
Pump Up the Jam: The Album - Technotronic
Quickness - Bad Brains
Rabies - Skinny Puppy
Raging Silence - Uriah Heep
Rasta Souvenir - Manu Dibango
Raw Like Sushi - Neneh Cherry
Realm of Chaos - Slaves to Darkness - Bolt Thrower
Record Collectors - Poison Idea
Repeat Offender - Richard Marx
Results - Liza Minnelli
Return of the Ugly - Bad Manners
Riders go Commercial - Riders in the Sky
Rite Time - Can
Rock Island - Jethro Tull
Runaway Horses - Belinda Carlisle -
S&M Airlines - NOFX
Samiam - Samiam
Seasons End - Marillion
Seminal Live - The Fall
Shine - Mother Love Bone
Sittin' Pretty - The Pastels
Skid Row - Skid Row
Sleeping with the Past - Elton John
Slip of the Tongue - Whitesnake
Slippery When Ill - The Vandals
Slowly We Rot - Obituary
Soldier of Fortune - Loudness
Some Disenchanted Evening - The Verlaines
Something Inside So Strong Kenny Rogers
Sonic Temple - The Cult
Soul Provider - Michael Bolton
Spanking Machine - Babes in Toyland
Speaking of Dreams - Joan Baez
Special - The Temptations
Spike - Elvis Costello
Steady On - Shawn Colvin
Steel Wheels - The Rolling Stones
Still Cruisin' - The Beach Boys
Stone Cold Rhymin' - Young MC
Storm Front - Billy Joel
Street Fighting Years - Simple Minds
Stuck in Wonderamaland - Dramarama
Suck on This - Primus (live debut)
Sumiran Karle (Bhajan) - Swagatalakshmi Dasgupta
Surprise - Better Than Ezra
Surprise - Syd Straw
Technique - New Order
Tender Lover - Babyface
The Biz Never Sleeps - Biz Markie
The Black Swan - The Triffids
The Breathtaking Blue - Alphaville
The Cinderella Theory - George Clinton
The Complete Sham 69 Live - Sham 69
The Death of a Dictionary - Public Affection
The End of the Innocence - Don Henley
The Good News and The Bad News - The Rainmakers
The Great Radio Controversy - Tesla
The Headless Children - W.A.S.P.
The Healer - John Lee Hooker
The Iceberg/Freedom of Speech...Just Watch What You Say - Ice T
The Incredible Base - Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock
The Later Years - Roxy Music
The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste - Ministry
The Miracle - Queen
The Offspring - The Offspring
The Other Side of the Mirror - Stevie Nicks
The Raw and the Cooked - Fine Young Cannibals
The Real Thing - Faith No More
The Road to Hell - Chris Rea
The Seeds of Love - Tears for Fears
The Sensual World - Kate Bush
The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses
The Symphony Sessions - Red Rider
The Warmer Side of Cool - Wang Chung
The Years of Decay - Overkill
Thrash Zone - D.R.I.
Through the Storm - Aretha Franklin
Tin Machine - Tin Machine
Touch - Sarah McLachlan - Arista Records re-release
Tragedy Again - D.I.
Trash - Alice Cooper
Trial by Fire: Live In Leningrad - Yngwie Malmsteen
Trouble Walkin' - Ace Frehley
Trouble Walkin' - Ace Frehley
Tweez - Slint
Two Highways - Alison Krauss & Union Station
UAIOE - KMFDM
UHF - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and Other Stuff - "Weird Al" Yankovic
Up To Here - The Tragically Hip
Wake Me When It's Over - Faster Pussycat
Waking Hours - Del Amitri
We Too Are One - Eurythmics
West Textures - Robert Earl Keen
Western Shadows - Carole Laure
What You Don't Know - Exposé
When Dream and Day Unite - Dream Theater
White Limozeen - Dolly Parton
Wild! - Erasure
Workin' Overtime - Diana Ross
World in Motion - Jackson Browne
Wrong - NoMeansNo
Yellow Moon - The Neville Brothers
Yo Frankie - Dion
You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 3 - Frank Zappa
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