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Hal Leonard The History Of Rock The Late '80s Songbook
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Shut up and dance became the war cry of 80s rock as videos paved the way for glamorous new stars. There were New Kids On The Block, Paula Abdul, Mado...Click To Read More About This Product
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Shut up and dance became the war cry of 80s rock as videos paved the way for glamorous new stars. There were New Kids On The Block, Paula Abdul, Madonna, Bobby Brown, Milli Vanilli, and those who had been around the block: Sting, Foreigner, Beach Boys, James Brown, and Robert Palmer. Mega-stars Michael Jackson, Madonna, Bon Jovi, and U2 shot to the top of the charts as rap started easing its way up to the mainstream. 43 songs, including: Addicted To Love; Careless Whisper; Hangin' Tough; If You Love Somebody Set Them Free; Kokomo; Livin' On A Prayer; My Prerogative; Red, Red Wine; Straight Up; We Didn't Start The Fire; You Give Love A Bad Name; and more.
- 264 pages
- Size: 12" x 9"
- Composer: Various Composers
- ISBN: 793522269