A touch of Broadway - Murray Head's "One Night in Bangkok"
The finest acting in the history of video - Air Supply "Making Love Out of Nothing At All"
Look, special effects! - Baltimora "Tarzan Boy"
Thank you Dr. Demento - Barnes & Barnes "Fish Heads"
The 80s was a time of caring - Band Aid "Do They Know It's Christmas"
Turn around, Bright Eyes - Bonnie Tyler "Total Eclipse of the Heart"
Sir Bob - before he started doing nothing but caring - The Boomtown Rats "I Don't Like Mondays"
Watch out for the swinging doors - The Tubes "She's a Beauty"
Who doesn't? - Boys Don't Cry "I Wanna Be a Cowboy"
The Boss tells us what it's like - Bruce Springsteen "Glory Days"
A little fiddle and mandolin for ya (badly synched, be warned) - Crowded House "Something So Strong"
My alltime favorite Commodores song - The Commodores "Night Shift"
We all need to do this from time to time - Corey Hart "I Wear My Sunglasses at Night"
Where was Timbuk 1? - Timbuk 3 "My Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades"
Because we don't care who Johnny is - Debarge "Rhythm of the Night"
Live, in concert from twenty years ago - Depeche Mode "People are People"
Nice and easy...Ooobie doobie nigh eigh - Dream Academy "Life in a Northern Town"
Proving that solid, blues-based rock didn't die in the 80s - The Fabulous Thunderbirds "Tuff Enuff"
Freaky bondage and overlyloud recording - Erasure "Break These Chains of Love"
Very typical of the late 80s - Fine Young Cannibals "She Drives Me Crazy"
I dig the song, but I don't remember it from the 80s - Frida "Something Going On"
Bringing the blues and bo Diddly back - George Thorogood and the Delaware Destroyers - "Bad to the Bone"
Hit #1 - first and last - The Outfield "Your Love"
The sunglasses, the pushed up sport coat sleeves...I miss Don Johnson - Glass Tiger "Don't Forget Me When I'm Gone"
One of the great story videos - Glen Frey "Smuggler's Blues"
Belinda Carlisle before she went and got all thin and French - The Go-Gos "Vacation"
They certainly weren't yacht rock - Hall & Oates "Private Eyes"
Gravelly voice and all - Kim Carnes "Bette Davis Eyes"
They should've used movie clips, 'cause this video is awful - Harold Faltermeyer "Axel F"
Rockin' the drive-in - The Hooters "And We Danced"
Best hit from a guy named after a hotel - Howard Jones "No One Ever Is To Blame"
At first I just thought they were ripping off U2 - INXS "Need You Tonight / Mediate"
It was this or "Freezeframe" I went with the better known because we also got to see the adorable Martha Quinn - J Geils Band "Centerfold"
Hall of Fame piano intro here - John Cafferty & the Beaver Brown Band "On the Dark Side"
It's about as weenie as they come, but I love it - why did the Brat Pack have to grow up? - John Parr "St Elmo's Fire (Man in motion"
Almost as weenie but still beloved by me - Journey "Faithfully"
Hold on...Hold on! - Steve Perry "Oh Sherrie!"
Ending today's installment - Katrina & the Waves "Walking on Sunshine"