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GR80’s 2 June – Flowers in the Dirt


NEWS THIS WEEK in…

1989 The album Flowers in the Dirt was released, the eighth studio solo album by Paul McCartney. It was considered a major return to form, and earned McCartney some of the best reviews he had received in years.The album made number 1 in the UK and produced several hit singles including This One, Put It There and My Brave Face.

PLAYLIST

The Police – So Lonely
Thompson Twins – Doctor Doctor
Bruce Springsteen – Tunnel Of Love
Barry White – Sho’ You Right
Whitney Houston – Love Will Save The Day
Queen – A Kind Of Magic
AC/DC – Heatseeker
Climie Fisher – Love Changes Everything
Kelly Marie – Feels Like I’m In Love
China Crisis – Wishful Thinking
Abba – One Of Us
Bob Marley And The Wailers – Could You Be Loved
Duran Duran – A View To A Kill
Evelyn Thomas – High Energy
Diana Ross – Chain Reaction
Nik Kershaw – The Riddle
U2 – I Will Follow
Talking Heads – Wild Wild Life
Men At Work – Down Under
The Human League –Love Action ( I Believe In Love)
Paul McCartney – My Brave Face
The Housemartins – Caravan Of Love
Cher – I Found Someone
Carly Simon – Coming Around Again
The Stranglers – Golden Brown
Pet Shop Boys – Opportunities
Adam & The Ants – Stand & Deliver
Doctor & The Medics – Spirit In The Sky
The Style Council – Speak Like A Child
Junior – Mama Used To Say

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