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Kid of the 80s

#10: Time After Time by Cyndi Lauper

#9: Oh Sherrie by Steve Perry

#8: Footloose by Kenny Loggins

#7: You Might Think by The Cars

#6: To All The Girls I’ve Loved Before by Julio Iglesias and Willie Nelson

#5: Love Somebody by Rick Springfield

#4: Let’s Hear It For The Boy by Deniece Williams

#3: Hold Me Now by Thompson Twins

#2: Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now) by Phil Collins

#1: Hello by Lionel Richie


Kid of the 80s


In 1984, Mr. T was everywhere. He even made a motivational video, Be Somebody… or Be Somebody’s Fool!.

In the hour-long video, Mr. T he teaches kids how to understand and appreciate their origins, how to dress fashionably without buying designer labels, how to make tripping look like breakdancing, how to control anger, and how to deal with peer pressure.

The pièce de résistance for many in the video is when Mr. T sings (yes, sings) “Treat Your Mother Right (Treat Her Right),” in which he tells the reasons why it is important to treat your mother right.

Kid of the 80s

#10: Naughty Girls (Need Love Too) by Samantha Fox

#9: Electric Blue by Icehouse

#8: Shattered Dreams by Johnny Hates Jazz

#7: Prove Your Love by Taylor Dayne

#6: Always On My Mind by Pet Shop Boys

#5: Pink Cadillac by Natalie Cole

#4: Where Do Broken Hearts Go by Whitney Houston

#3: Angel by Aerosmith

#2: Anything for You by Gloria Estefan

#1: Wishing Well by Terence Trent D Arby


Kid of the 80s


As half of 80’s duo, Hall & Oats, John Oats scored 34 top 40 hits, including six number one songs. The group was even inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2003 and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April 2014.

Those honors may pale in comparison to Oats induction announced last month, as he joined the inaugural class of the Mustache Hall of Fame.

The mustachioed icon joins fellow inductees Dr. Martin Luther King, Teddy Roosevelt, Salvador Dali and other 80’s whisker wearers, Tom Selleck, Lionel Richie and Hulk Hogan.

The Mustache Hall of Fame was recently established by the American Mustache Institute and Wahl Trimmers and hopes to “canonize the superior attractiveness” of sporting facial hair.

Unfortunately, nothing lasts forever. Oates removed his trademark ‘stache back in the 1990s. He now sports a goatee. “The mustache represented the old John,” he said last year. “I didn’t want to be that guy anymore, so I shaved it off. It was ritualistic in a way.”


Kid of the 80s

#10: Little Red Corvette by Prince


#9: Overkill by Men at Work

#8: She Blinded Me With Science by Thomas Dolby

#7: Billie Jean by Michael Jackson

#6: Let’s Dance by David Bowie

#5: Der Kommisar by After the Fire

#4: Mr. Roboto by Styx

#3: Jeopardy by Greg Kihn Band

#2: Come on Eileen by Dexys Midnight Runners

#1: Beat It by Michael Jackson