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Subject: #1 Hits of the 80's

Written By: MrNostalgia on 05/11/07 at 10:39 am

Hey Guys.  Just though i'd share some more of my YouTube videos with you all.  I currently am putting together several videos that feature every #1 Hit from each year of the 80's (I'll soon do the 90's also).  Basically what I do is put clips from the actual music videos of that #1 hit with the date that it reached #1 as well.

So far i've got 1983 and 1984 uploaded and I plan on doing the rest soon.  Here are the links

#1 Hits of 1983 -

#1 Hits of 1984 -

Oh, and I kind of got the inspiration to put these together from another user on YouTube who did the #1 Hits of 1986, here is the link to that video,

And keep checking with my YouTube Profile page every once in a while for the new videos, here's my profile page,

Enjoy!  :)

Subject: Re: #1 Hits of the 80's

Written By: MrNostalgia on 05/17/07 at 7:49 pm

Just a little update, i've gotten alot more uploaded since last time I posted.  Now i've gotten 1985, 1987 and 1988 up.  Here they are, and enjoy!  :)

1985 -

1987 -

1988 -

It's incredible because as we got into the Late 80's, there were ALOT of different #1 hits.  For 1988, there were 32 different #1 hits (Compared to a year like 1995 which only had 12 different #1 hits, or 2005 which only had 7 different #1 hits)

Also, i've noticed that in 1988, alot of the songs had similiar sounds, as if they were all using the same instruments/devices to make their songs  ;D  With the exception of all the hair bands though like Guns N' Roses and Def Leppard

Subject: Re: #1 Hits of the 80's

Written By: airsupplyairhead on 05/29/07 at 2:01 pm

Those are cool. Thanks for the links.

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