The biggest hit songs from the '80s

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'Uptown Girl' - Billy Joel - Written and performed by Billy, this classic '80s jam describes a working-class man attempting to woo a wealthy uptown girl. 

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'If I Could Turn Back Time' - Cher - This soft-rock anthem by Cher is an unforgettable song. 

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‘Purple Rain’ - Prince - ‘Purple Rain’ is a perfectly crafted masterpiece that spotlights everything that made Prince a legend.

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'Master Blaster (Jammin’)' - Stevie Wonder - An ode to Bob Marley, this 1980 hit has deep political messaging in line with Marley’s peaceful vision of the world.

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‘Never Gonna Give You Up’ - Rick Astley - The debut single recorded by English singer and songwriter Rick Astley, this 1987 hit became his signature song.

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'I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)' -Whitney Houston - Launched in the summer of 1987, this song turned Whitney Houston into a superstar.

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'I Love Rock ’n Roll' - Joan Jett & The Blackhearts - No other song can hype you up as much as 'I Love Rock ’n Roll' by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts.

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'Upside Down' - Diana Ross - Written by Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards, this disco hit keeps us all dancing till this day. 

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'Girls Just Wanna Have Fun' - Cyndi Lauper - This song is the ultimate soundtrack to any beach day or road trip with your female friends. 

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'Nasty' - Janet Jackson - One of Jackson's signature songs, the pop icon sings about not having time for “nasty” boys,  “nasty” food, or “nasty” cars. Only “nasty” grooves.

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