luv080

Said I Was A Fractious Child

with heart on sleeve i luvingly present a mix of some of the “new” music i was obsessing on in the first 5 years of my musical formation. constant listening to pristine, synth heavy eighties productions and lyrics about the uncertainties that came with the new decade were the genesis of luv.
photo : my first “walkman”, r.i.p.
    Tracklist:
  1. Conditioning – Howard Jones – Elektra (1984) > buy link
  2. Running – The Fixx – MCA (1983) > buy link
  3. Helpless Automaton – Men At Work – Columbia (1982) > buy link
  4. Rehumanize Yourself – The Police – A&M (1981) > buy link
  5. When Doves Cry – Prince and the Revolution – Warner Bros. (1984) > buy link
  6. Here Comes The Rain Again – The Eurythmics – RCA (1983) > buy link
  7. In A Big Country – Big Country – Vertigo / Phonogram (1983) > buy link
  8. Messiahs Die Young – Men Without Hats – Statik Records (1984) > buy link
  9. New Religion – Duran Duran – Harvest / Capitol (1982) > buy link
  10. Faces – Nik Kershaw – MCA (1984) > (searching for buy link)
  11. Mad World – Tears For Fears – Vertigo / Phonogram (1983) > buy link
  12. Fear Of The World – ABC – Vertigo / Phonogram (1985) > buy link
  13. Two Divided By Zero – Pet Shop Boys – EMI (1986) > buy link
  14. The Noah Plan – Peter Schilling – WEA (1983) > (searching for buy link)
  15. One Of Our Submarines – Thomas Dolby – Harvest / Capitol (1983) > buy link
  16. If You Were Here – Thompson Twins – Arista (1983) > buy link
  17. Six Months In A Leaky Boat – Split Enz – A&M (1982) > (searching for buy link)
  18. The Sun Always Shines On T.V. – A-ha – Warner Bros (1985) > buy link
  19. Arias & Symphonies – Spoons – Ready Records (1982) > buy link
  20. Beautiful World – Devo – Warner Bros. (1981) > buy link
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3 thoughts on “luv080

  1. Memories of your music filling the house and car with sound! Lots of sound!!! Great to hear ‘When Doves Cry’, always one of my favorites.

    Mom

  2. I remember that music filled house too! Spent so many happy hours there. This is a great playlist, am listening to it for the second time now.

    Cheers,

    Aaron

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