The greatest 80s hits which created climate of these years, hope you like our listGeorge Michael Careless Whisper
"Careless Whisper" is a 1984 single by George Michael (credited to "Wham! featuring George Michael" in Japan, Canada and the United States), released by Epic Records in the United Kingdom, Japan, and other countries; and by Columbia Records in North AmericaEurope The Final Countdown
The Final Countdown is the third studio album by the Swedish hard rock band Europe. Released on 26 May 1986 through Epic Records, the album was a huge commercial success selling over 3 million units in the United States alone, peaking at number 8 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart and reaching high positions in charts worldwide.
In 1984, Branigan dipped into the same well which produced her first smash hit, tapping the co-writer of “Gloria” on the shoulder and asking for another dance. He gave her “Self Control,” a song he helped write with Italian singer Raf, who had recently finished recording his own version. Branigan and her producers added rock guitars in place of the synth hook and generally tried to make it a little less Euro-disco, but otherwise her version isn’t miles away from the original.
"Listen to Your Heart" is a song by the Swedish rock duo Roxette. The song was originally released in September 1988 in Sweden only, as the fourth single from their second studio album, Look Sharp! (1988);
"Under Pressure" is a 1981 song originally recorded by Queen and David Bowie, and later included on Queens 1982 album Hot Space.
"Brother Louie" was released on 27 January 1986 and it peaked at No. 1 on March 3, 1986 in Germany. The single spent four weeks at the top and total of 17 weeks in the German single chart. In the UK, it peaked at No. 4 in the charts and went silver for selling over 250,000 units. "Brother Louie" was also certified silver in France for selling over 250,000 units.
"Billie Jean" is a song by American recording artist Michael Jackson. It is the second single from the singers sixth solo album, Thriller (1982). It was written and composed by Jackson and produced by him and Quincy Jones.