Any Liverpool group would have been proud to call them their own. Kevorkian's mix, released on 12-inch in 1982, used dub delay like a wedge, opening up the track's guts and letting all the pieces fall out to land where they may. 110 songs. Visit! On the title track, Richard seems ready to aim his rifle at the overhead lamps rather than confront the problems, but on the majestic “Wall of Death,” he’s willing to climb aboard the most dangerous ride at the carnival if that’s what it takes to stay alive. They were drunk screw-ups with soul. The sonic overhaul was revelatory, a glimmering network of teasing bass pops, crisp programmed beats, deep-freeze synth zaps. It says something about the open-mindedness of those dancers that Russell got away with some truly weird shit on his "disco" records. —Meaghan GarveySee also: Ice-T: "Girls L.G.B.N.A.F.". Folk Alley, the online stream of Kent State University's WKSU, recently spent eight weeks polling its listeners in search of a master list of the 100 most essential folk songs. ”—Jeff Giles, It wasn’t quite a massive success like This Year’s Model or My Aim is True, but Trust is Elvis Costello at his most biting and cynical, rattling off social commentary like “the teacher never told you anything but white lies” on “New Lace Sleeves” and demonstrating his trademarked wit with lines like “the long arm of the law slides up the outskirts of town” on “Clubland.” Sonically, it’s all over the place in a good way, as Costello makes his first real attempts to hop from genre to genre, something that would come to be expected from him later in his career. Clapping songs and ‘repeat after me’ songs always go down well! Every kid with an acoustic guitar quickly learned how to play half the album. 1. But on top of being their most popular song, "Rock the Casbah" is—true to its power-to-the-people message—also the Clash’s most audibly democratic. —Evan RytlewskiSee also: Jungle Brothers: "What 'U' Waitin' 4", For a supposedly delicate art form, people get haiku poetry confused. Released in 1980, their song "I’m Ready" splices a human rhythm section and a pulsing sequenced bassline. A triple album, Sandanista! ), then Hex Enduction Hour would get the nomination after an unusually rancorous brokered convention. From the all-black cover to the title song, Back in Black is non-stop hard rock without the glam. It sold like cold cakes, and the 48-year-old, either too broke or heartbroken to continue, made plans to work at his brother’s gas station. "I Cry (Night After Night)" 200. Still, it was not aimed at the charts, recorded with amateur vocalists exclusively under full moons. On Jack's Crows, Gorka included some timeless tunes that have proven to stand up as some of his best work ("Houses in the Fields," "The Mercy of the Wheels," "I'm From New Jersey"). It’s damn near perfect. U2, Just about any of their songs from the first 3 albums. A minor hit at the time, a sample of "I’m Ready" also forms the backbone of an even more ubiquitous tune: Tag Team’s 1993 hit, "Whoomp! By Rebecca Schiller. There wasn’t much subtlety in Garrett’s screed, but the vitriol at the way his country—like so many others—had treated its indigenous population was well placed. A spiky, wonderfully avant-garde highlight, ’s title track makes literal Zé’s claim that he’s "a composer of only one piece." Van Morrison – Bright Side of the Road 73. The next day I gathered up my Sam Goody gift certificates, got a ride to the mall and bought my very own copy of their self-titled, seminal work, with no idea that I wasn’t buying that one song I loved but an album I pretty much always will. Gibbons had remixed the likes of Gladys Knight and the Salsoul Orchestra (and would soon make iconic work with Arthur Russell) and started his own label so as to put out the song. Best Folk Rock Songs of the 60s to the 80s By rehabmgt. It was also the most political album the band had recorded, addressing ecological issues and the disappearances of dissidents in Guatemala, though both are addressed in subtle ways. But humility underscores the lifelong egotist’s most beloved work, and The Blue Mask focuses on confessions and bareness, not to mention loveliness, which he certainly can’t take full credit for—Robert Quine’s skyscraping guitar and Fernando Saunders’ romantically deployed bass help conjure all the right moods, from languidly rhapsodizing about “Women” (“I think they’re great/ They’re a solace to a world in a terrible state”) to Oedipal raging in the grinding title tune (“I’ve made love to my mother/ Killed my father and my brother/ What am I to do?”). The Jungle Brothers didn’t have those kinds of resources, though, when they recorded their debut Straight Out the Jungle, released in 1988 on the no-profile independent label Warlock Records. Often, the movement’s musical element wed exuberant, traditionally Brazilian sounds with a rock'n'roll pose and jarring descriptions of political violence and social unrest; Zé, a firebrand among revolutionaries, was particularly concerned with the folly of "globarbarization." Womack & Womack had already proved themselves expert in mining these spaces in between breakups and make-ups, intermingling love and loss so expertly and so effortlessly that the sadness becomes soothing, a crutch you can’t throw away, a lover you can’t leave no matter how badly you fight. March 3, 2019 By Klaus Crow 2 Comments. Fat Lady Sings – Arclight 77. There are omissions that some might find surprising. Whatever your preferred tag, one thing is clear: In the 20-plus years since its 1988 release, there’s never been another album quite like Talk Talk’s infamous masterpiece, Spirit of Eden. Whether it’s 1985 or 2012, Rum, Sodomy and the Lash still manages to sound far, far ahead of its time by planting itself firmly in the past. And just when you can’t take another experiment like Summers’ Freudian horror-laughfest “Mother” or the jazz-a-nova “Miss Gradenko,” they intuitively snap back into 1983’s best pop that wasn’t made by a Jackson: “Synchronicity II,” “Every Breath You Take” and the astronomically delicate “King of Pain.” All one after another. It’s rooted in tradition, yet it sounds delightfully futuristic—even three decades after its initial release. Song Premieres Album Reviews Interviews Artist Spotlight Q & A Guest DJs "Best of" Lists Best of 2020 Best of 2019 Folk Alliance International Folk Alliance International 2020 Folk Alliance 2019 Essential Folk Songs In Memoriam Obituaries Radio Show Raising Hell proved that hip-hop was more than a fad, as it became the first hip-hop album to go platinum and made Run-D.M.C. And while the soundtrack featured old school tracks from Slick Rick and LL Cool J, one pivotal scene features the boom-tick of an 808 and the shout: "Y’all want this party started, right? And between all the sounds of summer splendor and rainy day ballets, they even managed to spawn a surprise hit with atheist anthem “Dear God” in the process. Mark Hollis sings enough just to barely sing, quivering out artful melodic squiggles with his radiant chest-cold tone, slinging spiritual poetry drenched in fog. With its jangly folk-punk frustration and venom-spitting lyrics, the debut featured “Blister in The Sun,” “Kiss Off” and “Add it Up,” arguably the three best Anthems of the proudly maladjusted ever penned. enunciate the song's little koans leave room for interpretation; it's like a group of non-English speakers singing the phrases off of flash cards. On "Shack Up", they landed on a magnetic three-way split between funk, old soul, and the long-raincoat gloom of their hometown labelmates Joy Division. CN Entertainment. All the power lies within the extreme, barely-editorialized brevity, capturing and presenting a real life moment with the purest, most direct translation possible. Here are his strongest pop hooks, his most mature lyrics, his most complete vision. Choose from more than 15 stations of eighties music radio with unlimited skips. Find your favorite today! If The Smiths weren’t the best band of the 1980s, they certainly peaked the earliest. At long last, he reconciled the romanticism of his 1973-77 work with the darkness of his 1978-82 work. The Christmas folk song from the Canadian singer-songwriter has become one of Joni Mitchell's most recorded tracks. "Go Bang! Rolling Stone writer Kurt Loder even infamously accused the album of being diluted by a “misconceived production strategy and occasional interludes of soggy, songless self-indulgence.” Now commonly seen as the major turning point for the band, The Unforgettable Fire remains a daring piece of atmospheric rock music—an album whose adventurous production and songwriting would not only completely redefine U2 as a band, but also reshape the direction of rock music in the ’80s. into military trim and upgrading their tommy guns to jet-fired laserbeams. Their disparate sonics coalesced like few other ensembles in 1983, short of non-Western masters like King Sunny Adé’s African Beats, who wasn’t lost on them—“Walking in Your Footsteps” reins in Nigerian polyrhythms just after the opener reestablishes their New Wave bona fides. Kokomo The Beach Boys • Made In California. It’s lush, mournful and gorgeous—in other words, it’s Robert Smith and company at their very best. album. It was, in many ways, the original D.I.Y. Play on Spotify. But by the end of the next decade, Coltrane—a harpist, pianist, composer and widow to jazz legend John Coltrane—had mostly gone quiet. Shoegaze eventually grew into its own genre thanks to the seed MBV planted on Isn’t Anything. —Stephen M. Deusner, When Nancy Reagan was urging kids to just say no, Sonic Youth promoted just the opposite: “Your life is such a mess,” says Thurston Moore. Thanks for reading and listening. When Tropicália lost the war, Zé sojourned into experimentalism, and in 1984, six years after his previous full-length, he released a revelatory electric opus called. “All For the Best” is a song by Thom Yorke, off of the tribute album, Ciao My Shining Star: The Songs of Mark Mulcahy (Mulcahy was a member of bands like Polaris and Miracle Legion.) Many bands that took root in the 70s continued an uphill climb through the 80s, including Petra, DeGarmo & Key, and Andrus, Blackwood & Company. The album’s sonic backbone alters drastically from beginning to end, proving the range of this enduring trio of rappers. The synth-rocker “Jump” was the album’s biggest single, but it was the single “Hot For Teacher” that had legions of aspiring guitar players locking their bedrooms for hours to try to learn the solo. Drug narratives in pop culture are often demonized for glamorizing usage, but Isaacs and his transcendent, lonely howl convey how complex, and necessary, stories of dependency and addiction can be in the right hands. And as dance music has returned to the mainstream, Kano's sound has become even more present. Alas, Crenshaw’s commercial ship sailed quickly, but his debut still sounds just as fresh as it did 30 years ago. Even 23 years later, who skips over those head-scratching interstitials about rudimentary French, unintelligible game shows, Ludens cough drops, and the silliest orgy ever committed to tape? Paul Brady – The Island 75. In classic Fall fashion, both band and record are entirely indifferent to whatever an audience could theoretically want. These are the 80 best summer songs of all time ranked. But these brief, unfiltered snapshots, delivered with purposeful directness, had an elegance to them, despite the twin-sister threesomes and ill-advised bus sex—entire stories condensed into two simple, vivid lines, delivered with unmistakable confidence. "Is It All Over My Face", produced with Steve D'Aquisto under his and Russell's Loose Joints alias, is the finest of those tracks, a collision of disco's pop and exploratory impulses. —Michael Tedder, As preposterous an idea as U2 arriving at the climax of their rock career in 1983 sounds, after releasing the lean single-heavy record War it’s easy to see how some critics and fans may have been let down when they first heard “A Sort of Homecoming,” the first track off the 1984 album The Unforgettable Fire. Heard now, it sounds weirdly in harmony with any number of contemporary artists—from R&B singers to experimental musicians. ACR singer Simon Topping emotes in a gray monotone, similar to Ian Curtis, while drummer Donald Johnson, who had arrived the previous year, brings a funky danceability to the song that Factory would explore even further with the emergence of the Happy Mondays later in the decade. —Michael Tedder, Before the release of I’m Your Man, Leonard Cohen was beginning to be discussed in the past tense, something he acknowledges in “Tower of Song.” “I ache in the places where I used to play.” The album’s synth lines and slick chick harmonies, however, gave the revered songwriter a current relevancy. Find the best '80s music streaming free online. —Josh Jackson, © 2020 Paste Media Group. Each of those records was risky and expensive, the product of artists not only with ambitious visions but also the budget to realize them. He declared that his quest for the emotionally vivid moment would not be limited by instrumentation or jazz factionalism any more than it would be by conventional notions of harmony and swing. "I Cry (Night After Night)" might not be Egyptian Lover's most famous anthem (that would be "Egypt Egypt"), but it remains one of Greg Broussard's most influential. —Geoffrey Himes, In 1987, Los Lobos released not only the finest album of their career but also their sole top-20 single, the #1 “La Bamba.” The single came from a totally unrelated project, the soundtrack for the Ritchie Valens biopic, and had the unfortunate side effect of eclipsing By the Light of the Moon, the ’80s equivalent of The Band. —Dan Weiss, The introduction of a 35-piece orchestra fortified a new sound for the post-punk Brits on their fourth studio album. Cleverly chaotic, the album capitalizes on the rolling blankets of warmth that soon follow an ocean rain. —Jeff Giles, As members of Split Enz, singer/songwriter Neil Finn and drummer Paul Hester enjoyed a commanding presence on the Australian and New Zealand charts, but found lasting American success elusive; it wasn’t until the band broke up—and they hooked up with bassist Nick Seymour, christening themselves Crowded House—that they broke the platinum barrier in the U.S. You no doubt remember the melodies of this album’s two Top 10 hits, “Don’t Dream It’s Over” and “Something So Strong,” but what you may not have heard is the bittersweet melancholy that pervades Finn’s lyrics, serving as a poignant counterpart to the songs’ barbed hooks and sunny ’80s production. In fact, folk singer-songwriters not only survived but began to pop up in greater numbers and variety as the '90s wore on. The 80s gave birth to a lot of legendary bands and artists. Last year, FACT counted down our 100 favourite albums of the 1990s – a years-in-the-making effort that, we thought, was about as tough as undertakings got. 2. But what makes "Shack Up" a classic is its ultra-sparse atmosphere, making it feel like ACR were stripping something to its core principles, in the process burrowing to the very core of what makes certain styles tick. Ocean Rain’s expansive string arrangements allowed vocalist Ian McCulloch to sooth his metaphysical melodies into a portrait of lush eroticism. Criteria: This list highlights the best examples of songs that exemplify the original Folk Rock sound, emphasizing influence, impact, plus intitial & lasting popularity. Best of all is this one, which contains so many of the band’s greatest moments—“Alex Chilton,” “Never Mind,” “Skyway” and “Can’t Hardly Wait”—that it could easily be confused for a best-of compilation. It’s egalitarian rock and one of the warmest and most human records you’ll ever hear. When Fisherman’s Blues came out in 1988, Mike Scott and his very large band had almost completely shed their arena-rock leanings for a more traditional tour de force that name-checked Hank Williams and quoted William Butler Yeats. Now that ’80s nostalgia is into its fourth decade (and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon), it’s high time we cooked up the definitive list of the best ’80s songs ever. —Josh Jackson, While some debuts from decade-defining acts are previews for later greatness, The Smiths already mastered their form on their 1984 self-titled album. They saw the last vestiges of a vibrant punk scene and the beginnings of post-punk and New Wave; the rise of hip-hop and an explosion of great college radio; the brief ascension of rootsy singer/songwriters to mainstream country stardom; and the establishment of some almost-universally beloved pop stars. Jesus and Mary Chain’s debut sounded like the 1910 Fruitgum Company and Joy Division arm-wrestling in a sheet metal factory, with slabs of white noise guarding candy-toy melodies the Reid Brothers didn’t want you to get sick of too quickly, a trick that Psychocandy mastered. Contents 1 Singer-songwriters And, most importantly, introducing 13 tracks worth repeating for more than 25 years. While folk-rock thrived in the U.S. during the 1970s, The Waterboys’ blending of ’80s rock and the Celtic roots of the Irish, Scottish and English members was refreshing. But for a moment in the summer of ’82, Marshall Crenshaw proved you could still make magic happen with three guys and a dozen great songs—including the lilting “Someday, Someway,” which grazed the Top 40 and sounded like the opening salvo in what should have been a long list of hits. —Jay Sweet, At the tail end of the ’80s, an album came out that would continue to influence rock for a couple more decades and counting. And that was a whole new thing. Packed with hits like “Everybody Wants To Rule the World,” “Shout,” “Mothers Talk” and “Head Over Heels,” it’s 1985 in a nutshell. Ad Choices. So, Peter Gabriel’s 1986 masterstroke, made it look easy. Anyone nonplussed need not translate the lyrics, which are pure dada. Having fired unreliable guitarist Bob Stinson, singer/songwriter Paul Westerberg, drummer Chris Mars and bassist Tommy Stinson followed the Mississippi River from Minneapolis to Memphis to record with the legendary Jim Dickinson. Inspiring the likes of Billy Corgan and Trent Reznor, who would blow up in the next decade, the album fused the best parts of punk, funk and metal with with pin-drop-quiet verses and thundering choruses that showed listeners how dynamically volume could be used. Later that decade, David Byrne chanced upon Zé’s music and released a compilation on his Luaka Bop label. Number Two: “All For the Best” by Thom Yorke. The album has only gained more power since its release, both as a document of its time and as a reminder of hip-hop’s limitless possibilities. America's neighbor to the north has always produced an impressive array of entertainers, from movies to TV and, of course, music. From house to hip-hop, college rock to techno, bubblegum pop to post-punk, heavy metal to hardcore—here are our favorite tracks of the 1980s. It’s not all dragonflies on blades of grass: many of the earliest haikus were dick puns and otherwise crude wandering-poet bro humor. Her libidinous lyrics were the fuel for the band’s driving engine of guitars. 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