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None of these women are attractive as I remember and none of the music is as good as I remember


Where's Belinda Carlisle? Mad punk to GoGos to generic 80's stuff. Still fit for her age, spent 30 years partying on cocaine and obviously owned the 80's


Niow then now then you pesky Pesti pop picker. Belinda is a damn fine shout

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No chrissy hynde yet? great artist and sexy as hell in her day too









and from 1979 but close enough



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Kirsty MacColl:


Don't Come The Cowboy With Me, Sonny Jim!



You Just Haven't Earned It Yet, Baby



Alison Moyet:


Weak In The Presence Of Beauty



That Ole Devil Called Love


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