‘We Are Live’ N°2 – Vintage 80s Music Videos

Julian Lennon, Electric Light Orchestra, Eurythmics, Feargal Sharkey, Deacon Blue, The Cult, Fleetwood Mac, Simple Minds, U2, Queen, Gary Numan, Bruce Springsteen

They are the performers of twelve “live” music videos that were ranked in the UK charts, this week (01/52) BUT … in the EIghties 80s. (Source)

Here, they are reunited in one glorious playlist. Enjoy!

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‘We Are Live’ N°2 – Vintage 80s Music Videos

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1 . Julian Lennon – Too Late For Goodbyes

Too Late for Goodbyes is a song by English singer Julian Lennon. It was issued as a single in 1984 and was included on his debut album “Valotte.” The song was a success, hitting the top 10 in various nations’ charts.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

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2 . Electric Light Orchestra – Last Train To London

Electric Light Orchestra’s song “Last Train to London” was issued as a single in 1979 and included on their album “Discovery.” The lyrics reflect a person’s yearning to flee the city and discover love and happiness in the country.

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3 . Eurythmics – Right By Your Side

“Right by Your Side” is a song performed by the British group Eurythmics. It was issued as a single in 1983 and was included on their album “Touch.” It reached the top 10 of the charts in various countries.

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4 . Feargal Sharkey – A Good Heart

Northern Irish singer Feargal Sharkey’s “A Good Heart” was released as a single in 1985 and included on “Feargal Sharkey,” his debut solo album. The song was an enormous success, topping the charts in a number of countries and becoming one of Sharkey’s biggest singles.

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5 . Deacon Blue – Real Gone Kid

Real Gone Kid is a song performed by the Scottish rock group Deacon Blue. It was issued as a single in 1988 and was included on their album “When the World Knows Your Name.” The lyrics depict sentiments of loss and remorse following a breakup as well as his wish to reunite with the ex.

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6 . The Cult – Rain

The song “Rain” by English rock band The Cult was released in 1989 as a single and included on their album “Sonic Temple.” In the midst of a thunderstorm, the lyrics depict sentiments of isolation and longing.

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7 . Fleetwood Mac – Sara

“Sara” by the British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac. appeared on their 1979 album “Tusk.” The lyrics convey love and devotion for a woman named Sara.

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8 . Simple Minds – Ghostdancing

“Ghostdancing” by the Scottish rock band Simple Minds debuted as a single on their 1986 album “Once Upon a Time.” The song was a success, hitting the top 10 in various nations’ charts.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

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9 . U2 – Where The Streets Have No Name

U2’s song “Where the Streets Have No Name” came on their 1987 album “The Joshua Tree.” The song has become a worldwide phenomenon and one of U2’s hallmark songs. The lyrics depict longing to establish a place of togetherness and connection away from the differences and boundaries of civilization.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

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10 . Queen – One Vision

“One Vision” is a song by British rock band Queen. It debuted on their album “A Kind of Magic” and was released as a single in 1985.

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11 . Gary Numan – Complex

Gary Numan’s song “Complex” was released as a single in 1986 and included on his album “Strange Charm.” The song’s electronic composition and lyrics express sense of isolation and alienation from the world.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

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12 . Bruce Springsteen – War

Bruce Springsteen’s “War” debuted on his album “Born in the U.S.A.” in 1984. It is well-known for its politically charged lyrics, which condemn the government’s conduct of the Vietnam War and its effects on soldiers and their families.

Lyrics >> More by the same : Official Site

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