This chart isn't based off my overall chart, or influence, or importance, or anything. It's just what albums from the 80's I'm enjoying right now.
I found that the 80's were the only decade that I didn't like the 'big' albums in (Thriller, Back To Black, Stone Roses, Appetite To Destruction, Joshua Tree, It Takes A Nation Of Millions, Murmur, Paul's Boutique) ,but preferred the undiscovered stuff, and all the experimental albums that no one really found out about. (well...Some people found out about them I guess, other wise I'd most likely never get hold of them)
Chart updated: 18 minutes ago (Created: 12/04/2011 23:39). Chart size: 100 albums.
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Again a brilliant decade Chart: Very much feeling for the 80´s!
Lot´s of typical 80`s bands with brilliant albums.
I think the BEA members who don´t like the 80`s music stick to much in the traditional rock`n`roll thinking.
There are so many gorgeous "New-Wave" bands - as your chart proofs.
Lot´s of rare picks...
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I'm boosting my rating to 90/100 upon looking over this chart again. I'd recommend listening to Orange Juice's last album (1984's The Orange Juice) if you can find it. It's funkier and more slickly produced than the perfect YCHYLF, but despite losing some of the debut's boyish charm the songs are surprisingly strong. A hidden gem. Anyway, great '80s chart.
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