Top 10 Best 80s Synthpop Songs
Tainted Love" by Soft Cell (1981: This synthpop cover of a '60s classic became an '80s anthem, thanks to its infectious synth riffs.
Everybody Wants to Rule the World" by Tears for Fears (1985: This synthpop gem showcases the band's distinct sound, combining lush synths.
Don't You (Forget About Me)" by Simple Minds (1985: This iconic '80s track features atmospheric synths and a powerful chorus.
Sweet Child o' Mine" by Guns N' Roses (1987: While not a traditional synthpop song, "Sweet Child o' Mine" incorporates synth elements into its memorable guitar-driven rock sound.
Just Can't Get Enough" by Depeche Mode (1981: Just Can't Get Enough" is a synthpop classic that showcases Depeche Mode's signature sound.
Take On Me" by a-ha (1985: Take On Me" is a timeless synthpop anthem with its catchy hooks, soaring vocals, and iconic music video.
West End Girls" by Pet Shop Boys (1984: West End Girls" is a synth-driven masterpiece that exemplifies the Pet Shop Boys' witty lyrics.
True" by Spandau Ballet (1983: This synthpop ballad features soulful vocals, heartfelt lyrics, and a memorable chorus, leaving a lasting impression on listeners.
Blue Monday" by New Order (1983: Blue Monday" is a groundbreaking synthpop track, known for its infectious electronic beats, hypnotic bassline.
Bizarre Love Triangle" by New Order (1986: Bizarre Love Triangle" is a synth-driven masterpiece, blending catchy melodies, introspective lyrics.