Morton Harkett and the boys from A-Ha featured on posters on many teenage girl’s bedroom in the 80s as they enjoyed hit after hit. Now back with a new album last year called Foot Of The Mountain, it looks like their hearthrob days may return. We celebrate their work this week as we make the . . . → Read More: A-Ha Back On Bedroom Walls Again !
Ivy Lies – “Addicted” Taio Cruz – “Break Your Heart” Jason Bieber – “One Time” Adam Lambert – “For Your Entertainment” Stereophonics – “Innocent” One Republic – “Secrets” Gossip – “Heavy Cross” Black Eyed Peas – “Rock That Body”
Talk Talk formed in 1981 and very rapidly took hold of the charts with their brand of sophisticated 80s pop. Although they disbanded in 1991, their fanbase is still considerable and we make one of their Fansites our Website Of The Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox. Find out more weekdays from midday on . . . → Read More: Lively Talk About Talk Talk
1 Black Box Stan Walker SonyMusic 2 Replay IYAZ WEA/Warner 3 Bad Romance Lady Gaga Universal 4 Fireflies Owl City Universal 5 Cruel Dane Rumble Rumble/Warner 6 Tik Tok Ke$ha SonyMusic 7 Blah Blah Blah Ke$ha feat. 3Oh!3 SonyMusic 8 All The Right Moves OneRepublic Universal 9 Whatcha Say Jason DeRulo WEA/Warner 10 If . . . → Read More: Top 10 NZ Singles – 18.01.10
Colin Hay is best remembered for his work with Men At Work, but he’s a successful solo artist too. A Brazillian fan has created an excellent resource Colin Hay Of Men At Work for fans. It’s also our Website Of The Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox, Monday to Friday at midday on The . . . → Read More: Colin Hay – Man At Work !