Worst Songs of the 80s According to Rolling Stone

7 Oct

Okay Rolling Stone, I know that you’re supposed to be “hip” and “edgy” but slamming some of the best jams from my childhood is not cool! Check out the list below of “The Worst Songs of the 80s”:

1.)  “We Built This City”,  Starship  (1985)

2.)  “The Final Countdown”,  Europe  (1986)

3.)  “Lady in Red”,  Chris de Burgh  (1986)

4.)  “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go”,  Wham!  (1984)

5.)  “The Safety Dance”,  Men Without Hats  (1982)

6.)  “Rock Me Amadeus”,  Falco  (1986)

7.)  “Don’t Worry, Be Happy”,  Bobby McFerrin  (1988)

8.)  “Mickey”,  Toni Basil  (1982)

9.)  “Puttin’ on the Ritz”,  Taco  (1983)

10.)  “Never Gonna Give You Up”,  Rick Astley  (1987)

I just don’t see how a gem like “Never Gonna Give You Up” by Rick Astley can end up on the same list as “Mickey” by Toni Brasil…and seriously “The Safety Dance” by Men Without Hats is one of THE BEST songs of the 80s!!! Shame on you Rolling Stone!!!!


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