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Til Tuesday / What About Love?

Released in 1986, What About Love was the lone single to reach the top forty from Til Tuesday’s Welcome Home Lp.

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The Go-Go’s / Club Zero

New music from an old favorite….The Go-Go’s! Here at Pop-A-Looza HQ, we’re loving the band’s new single. We also noticed that this video was posted by Universal Music Group, which means, the ladies have some sort of record deal in place. Will there be a new album? We think so!!

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Huey Lewis and The News / The Power Of Love

The Power Of Love, by Huey Lewis and The News, from their Lp, Fore! and The Back To The Future Soundtrack. Released in June of 1985.

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The Jam / Start!

Start!, by The Jam, was released as a single on August 15th, 1980. It was pulled from their Lp, Sound Affects, and reached the #1 position in England.

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The Kinks / Come Dancing

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The Housemartins / Happy Hour

From their 1986 album, London 0 Hull 4, The Housemartins with their Mersey Beat Revival, Happy Hour.

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Bill Lloyd / The Girls Of Sylvan Park

Bill Loyd’s latest single is a swell piece of pop called The Girls Of Sylvan Park, from his latest full-length release, Don’t Kill The Messenger.

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The Fixx / Secret Separation

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The Click Beetles / If Not Now Then When?

https://futuremanrecords.bandcamp.com/album/pop-fossil

Hi, everyone, I hope you’re enjoying your weekend. D.P. here, editor of Pop-A-Looza. When I’m not busy doing that, I write and record my own music. I created the video above for my song, If Not Now Then When?, from the Futureman Records’ release, Pop Fossil. I hope you like it!

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Katrina & The Waves / That’s The Way

Post new wave, pre grunge, this first-rate pop song by Katrina and The Waves was lost in the shuffle. From their 1989 Lp, Break Of Hearts, this single should’ve been huge, along with its counterpart, Rock N’ Roll Girl. It rose to the #16 position in the United States, but struggled elsewhere.