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Let’s Hear It For Deniece

Deniece Williams‘ track record of catchy soul hits started in the 70s and she is best remembered for her 1984 song Let’s Hear It For The Boy. Her Official Website is our Website Of The Week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays from midday on The Cheese.

i80s

We’ve found another great 80s portal for our Website of the Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox. It’s called i80s and is a great resource for info about the greatest decade. You can hear the best music from the 80s too, weekdays from midday on The Cheese.

Yazoo – From The 80s To Today

Vince Clarke and Alison Moyet teamed up in 1982 to form Yazoo and acheived fame overnight. Although they have gone their seperate ways, Vince with Erasure and Alison with a successful solo career, they have always remained collaborators and have toured extensively as Yazoo during the last few years to the delight of fans.

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Tina Turner

Tina Turner‘s career started in the 60s, but her biggest success came in the 80s. We’ve made the European version of her Fansite our Website Of The Week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays from midday on The Cheese.

Def Leppard – Rocking The 80s

Def Leppard crossed over into the top 40 with their brand of rock music which appealed to die hard fanatics as much as hit buyers. We pay tribute to the band from Yorkshire, England this week by making their Official Website our Website Of The Week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays from midday on The . . . → Read More: Def Leppard – Rocking The 80s

Madonnalicious

We’ve made one of the best Fansites for Madonna our Website of the Week on The 80s Lunchbox. Tune in weekdays at midday on The Cheese.

One Stop Shop For New Zealand Pop

Our Website Of The Week on The 80s Lunchbox is Audioculture, a site which catalogues and celebrates New Zealand music. Find out more Monday to Friday at midday on The Cheese.

Innovative 80s Pop From Annie and Dave

Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart first met in the 70s whilst members of The Tourists. When the pair split from the band to form The Eurythmics, the hits soon followed. We’ve discovered an excellent fan website dedicated to The Eurythmics which looks at both their band work and their solo projects. The Ultimate Eurythmics is . . . → Read More: Innovative 80s Pop From Annie and Dave

Joan Armatrading

Joan Armatrading‘s Official Website is our Website of the Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox. Hear hits from Joan and all your other 80s favourites weekdays at midday on The Cheese.

The Cars

After several hits in the 70s, The Cars has renewed success with Drive after the Live Aid concert in 1985. We’ve made their Official Website our Website of the Week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays from midday on The Cheese.