Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Classic 80s Rock Songs

A list of classic Rock Songs from The Eighties The eighties were an awesome decade for rock fans, everything from Bon Jovi, to Def Leppard, just superb. How many of these epics can you remember.
  • Survivor- Eye Of The Tiger
  • Status Quo- In The Army Now
  • Twisted Sister- We're Not Gonna Take It
  • Poison- Your Mama Don't Dance
  • AC/DC- You Shook Me All Night Long
  • Iron Maiden- Run To The Hills
Read more and join in the discussion.

80s Love Songs

  • A list of classic love songs from The Eighties.
  • Lionel Richie- Hello
  • Whitney Houston- Where Do Broken Hearts Go
  • Tina Turner- What's Love Got To Do With It
  • The Style Council- You're The Best Thing
  • Paul Young- Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home)
  • Patrick Swayze- She's Like The Wind
  • Champaign- How 'Bout Us
  • Loads more available in The Forum, Read more and join in the discussion
  • All80s Website

Star of The Eighties

Our new star is- The Human League

The Human League are an English synthpop band formed in Sheffield in 1977. After signing to Virgin Records in 1979, the band released two albums and a string of singles before attaining widespread commercial success with their third album Dare in 1981. The album contained four hit singles, including "Love Action", "Open Your Heart", and the UK/US number one hit "Don't You Want Me". Read More at The Eighties Forum .

Stranglers- Skin Deep

Stranglers- Skin Deep

Bonnie Tyler- Loving you is a dirty job

Classic 80s music from a pure legend.

Forum Closure

The hosts of the forum have announced that they are closing the service in June of this year.

Full announcement-


It is with deep regret that I have to announce that I will be closing the forums system at the end of June.

The facts are stark, the rise of social media has meant that myff has long ceased to be a viable business.

We are now facing rising costs, aging infrastructure and the need to make everything work of https to avoid another decline in  what is already a dead duck anyway.

I love forums and the advantages they offer over facebook, and I hate to let down the thousands of people who still feel the same way.

But in the end the facts can't be denied and we either exercise a graceful shutdown with advance warning (and I will make forum exports available for a token donation or free to those who have paid for advert free) or we will soon find that things break and can't practically be fixed.

I can only offer my sincerest apology for the pain I know this will cause, It has been a pleasure to have helped create so many little communities over a stretch of more than ten years.