If you like music from the 80's you might feel like you are in paradise on your first visit to the 80's music videos website. This website offers more than 1000 music videos from the 80's that are presented in a huge list on the main page.
The music videos are sorted alphabetically by artist and song name. A click on an artist will load the music video on the same page which means that everything is happening on the same page.
So what can you expect from the website? You find all popular (pop) songs of the decade on that website, from A-Ha with Take On Me over Duran Duran's Wild Boys to ZZ Tops ZZ Top - Gimme All Your Lovin.
Most songs are pop songs but you find the occasional hard rock or heavy metal track among the list. Manowar and Megadeath are listed among others.
It is a nice trip back for those who grew up with the songs and a great way for young people to listen to 80's music. The main advantage of this site over going to YouTube directly and searching for 80's songs is the one page interface that provides you with access to all artists and their songs on a single page.
The great thing about this service is that it is still there, unlike other services on the Internet that come and go. You can alternatively head over to YouTube right away to find 80s music there both in their original versions and with original music videos as well as covers of songs.
The list is sorted alphabetically by artist. If you are looking for a particular song name or want to quickly jump to an artist use the on-page find feature of your browser. Just hit F3 or Shift-F3 to display it.
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