I have been an online writer for over four years. I am passionate about books, philosophy, music, and the music industry. This was a decade known for its glitz and glamour. Indeed, the decade of "spandex, lipstick, and leather" paved the way for many diverse forms of music. While disco beats ruled the dance charts, the hair metal scene took the rock world by storm. Love songs evolved in exciting ways. Music videos of recording artists struck the right notes with audiences, teens in particular, catapulting many artists to new heights. If you feel strongly about music from this decade, feel free to express your sentiments in the comments section.
Top 20 Love Songs of the ‘80s
1. "Total Eclipse of the Heart" by Bonnie Tyler
A Smooth favourite, this is a classic ballad that brings us right back to a school disco slow dance. Easily their standout hit, it reached number two in the UK in Sadly, Fat Larry passed away just five years later. You'd be forgiven for not remembering the movie this song came from it was Vision Quest. Madonna was still relatively unknown when she was first offered the song, and it became one of her biggest ballads ever. This became Stevie's biggest ever hit in , and topped the charts in 19 different countries. One of the early examples of the s rock power ballad, it was also one of the first videos played on MTV.
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Maybe there was a better era for love songs. But it certainly didn't feel that way. Everything about the s and its music was big. The blockbuster pop album became a regular thing. Various genres were able to score top hits.
Lionel Ritchie. Luckily, Khan had first dibs and turns in one of her most soulful vocals. Anita Baker - Sweet Love The definitive singer of the"quiet storm" style of mid-Eighties soul, Baker was working as a secretary when this propelled her to fame. Joyce Sims - Come Into My Life Sims, a classically trained pianist, teamed up with electro-funk producer Kurtis Mantronik and kept her vocals relatively restrained for a ballad. Sade - Your Love is King The Nigerian-British model took her smooth jazz stylings to the top of the charts both in Britain and across the Atlantic, and this was her slick calling card. Mary Jane Girls - All Night Long Addictive mix of sweet soul harmonies and lewd funkiness, over a fat bumping beat. Killer line: "climb up on the ladder honey, what I got is better than money". Killer line: "whispers in the powder room, 'she cries on every tune, every tune, every tune'". Its meaning may be elusive but its power is undeniable.