Runnin’ Down a Dream by Tom Petty was released on July 29, 1989, with Alright for Now as the B side. It was a single from Petty’s debut solo album, Full Moon Fever. Continue reading
You gotta swing your hips now
Come on baby, jump up, hmmm jump back
Oh well I think you got the knack
Originally released on July 20, 1987, a re-recorded version of The Loco-Motion by Kylie Minogue was released worldwide on July 28, 1988, with I’ll Still Be Loving You as the B side. This version, which appeared on the album Kylie, was a major international success. It is a cover of the 1962 song by Little Eva.
View original post 74 more words
Who’s gonna pay attention
To your dreams
Who’s gonna plug their ears
When you scream
Drive by The Cars was released on July 23, 1984, with Stranger Eyes as the B side. It was the third single from the album Heartbeat City. Written by Cars vocalist Ric Ocasek, the track was sung by bassist Benjamin Orr.
View original post 94 more words
‘Cause in this life
Things are much harder than in the after world
In this life
You’re on your own
View original post 41 more words
Yesterday I got so scared,
I shivered like a child,
Yesterday away from you,
It froze me deep inside
View original post 49 more words
Take Me Home by Phil Collins was released in the United Kingdom on July 15, 1985, with We Said Hello Goodbye as the B side. It was a single from his third solo album, No Jacket Required. Continue reading
Girls on Film by Duran Duran was released on July 13, 1981, with Faster Than Light as the B side. It was the third single from the band’s self-titled debut album. Continue reading
I said to my reflection
Let’s get out of this place
Tempted by Squeeze was released in the United Kingdom on July 10, 1981, with Yap. Yap. Yap. as the B side. It was the second single released from the band’s fourth album, East Side Story. The song featured Squeeze keyboardist Paul Carrack on lead vocal.
View original post 50 more words
Fire and Ice by Pat Benatar was released on July 6, 1981, with Hard to Believe as the B side. It was a single from Benatar’s third album, Precious Time. Continue reading
Listen up everybody if you wanna take a chance.
Just get on the floor and do the New Kids’ dance.
Hangin’ Tough by New Kids on the Block was released on July 3, 1989, with Didn’t I (Blow Your Mind) as the B side. It was the fourth single from the group’s second album of the same name. The song featured Donnie Wahlberg on lead vocals.
View original post 36 more words