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White Label Wednesday: Tin Tin, “Kiss Me”

Boing-ga-boing-ga-boing-boing, snap! Now that is a hook, bitches. For a long time, the name Stephen Duffy was nothing more to me than the...

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White Label Wednesday: Mr. Mister, “Is It Love”

Are you ready to rock?! Wait, no, that’s not right, let me try that again…are you ready for some melodic rock?! The whole...

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White Label Wednesday: Tracey Ullman, “Breakaway”

Scout’s honor, I had no idea this mix even existed until a few months ago, when it popped up on an ‘80s remix message board I...

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White Label Wednesday: John Taylor, “I Do What I Do”

Let’s just ask the obvious question: how the hell did this song become a hit? This is not to say that the song is awful so much as...

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White Label Wednesday: Screaming Blue Messiahs, “I Wanna Be a Flintstone”

I will not pretend to know more about the Screaming Blue Messiahs than I actually do. All I know is that their singer was bald and the...

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White Label Wednesday: They Might Be Giants, “Istanbul (Not Constantinople)”

Get ur geek on, fuckers! (Use of ‘fuckers!’ at the end of brief opening sentence copyright of Jeff Giles Inc. All rights...

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White Label Wednesday: Don Henley, “All She Wants to Do Is Dance”

The Eagles dogpiling continues. First off, if you haven’t had a chance, read Scott Malchus’ great review of Don...

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White Label Wednesday: Judas Priest, “Turbo Lover”

Meet the rarest of beasts: the heavy metal dance mix. After the “disappointing” sales figures for Judas Priest’s 1984...

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White Label Wednesday: Gino Vannelli, “Black Cars”

For many rock acts that made their mark in the ‘70s, 1985 was the year they faced off against what could be called the New Wave Borg....

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White Label Wednesday: Bryan Ferry, “Kiss and Tell”

You don’t get much more ‘right place, right time’ than Bryan Ferry and his sole Top 40 entry, “Kiss and...

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White Label Wednesday: Julian Cope, “Eve’s Volcano”

The music industry is quick to tell you how piracy is killing them, and it surely is. What they’re not as vocal about is their...