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1656: Reap The Wild Wind (Ultravox)InformationWikipediaYouTube Video Reap the Wild Wind is Ultravox`s first single from the Quartet album, recorded in Air Studios, London and released on Chrysalis Records on September 16, 1982. It is the only single of its album that charted on the US Billboard Hot 100
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1655: Food for Thought (UB40)InformationWikipediaGold-StarYouTube Video Food For Thought, was the first single released by British reggae band UB40. It was released as a double A side along with "King" which was a song written about the late Martin Luther King. It peaked at number 4 and the lyrics are 'Ivory Madonna' not 'I'm a Prima Donna' !!!
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1654: Baggy Trousers (Madness)InformationWikipediaGold-StarYouTube Video "Baggy Trousers" is a song by English ska/pop band Madness from their 1980 album Absolutely. It was written by lead singer Suggs and released as a single on September 5, 1980 peaking at number 3.
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1653: Kings of the Wild FrontierInformationWikipediaGold-StarYouTube Video Kings of the Wild Frontier (Adam and the Ants) is a New Wave album by Adam and the Ants, released in 1980. Kings of the Wild Frontier has become acknowledged as an inspiritational and unique-sounding album, introducing two drummers, with Duane Eddy-esque guitar riffs.
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1652: Antmusic (Adam and the Ants)InformationWikipediaGold-StarYouTube Video Antmusic was the third single released in the UK in 1980, from the hugely popular Adam and the Ants album Kings of the Wild Frontier. I Australia it was at number 1 for 5 weeks although the highest UK slot was number 2 - Boo.
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1649: OMD (Enola Gay)InformationWikipediaGold-StarYouTube Video Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (often abbreviated to OMD), were formed in 1978 and are a synthpop group whose founding members are originally from the Wirral Peninsula, England.
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1648: Bad Manners (Special Brew)InformationWikipediaGold-StarYouTube Video Special Brew fronted by Buster Bloodvessel, are an English 2 Tone ska band formed in 1976 and were at their best in the 80s. Special Brew is one of their classic tracks.
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1645: Spandau Ballet (Gold)InformationWikipediaGold-StarYouTube Video "Gold" is a 1983 single by the British new wave band Spandau Ballet from their flagship third album True. It peaked at #2 in the UK and at #29 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart making it their 2nd most successful single behind their previous release "True."
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1644: Toyah (I want to be free)InformationWikipediaGold-StarYouTube Video "I Want to Be Free" is the seventh UK single by the band Toyah, fronted by Toyah Willcox, and was released on 7 May 1981.
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