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(Mental Floss)   1983 was a banner year for American culture. Turning 30 this year: McNuggets, Weird Al's first album, Plinko, "Return of the Jedi", Hooters, and most importantly, TCP/IP   (mentalfloss.com) divider line 9
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2013-03-15 11:52:15 AM
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Pop music wasn't too shabby either that year...It's one of my favorite years in music..I was 11, but had
a Vic-20 at that time, not a C=64..It was the golden time for the Atari 2600 too..But of course we also
all had to worry if at any minute the Russians and Old Ronnie were gonna get us all vaporized..

Top 25 of the Billboard Top 100 of 1983
 

01. Every Breath You Take » Police
02. Billie Jean » Michael Jackson
03. Flashdance... What A Feeling » Irene Cara
04. Down Under » Men At Work
05. Beat It » Michael Jackson
06. Total Eclipse Of The Heart » Bonnie Tyler
07. Maneater » Daryl Hall & John Oates
08. Baby Come To Me » Patti Austin & James Ingram
09. Maniac » Michael Sembello
10. Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) » Eurythmics
11. Do You Really Want To Hurt Me » Culture Club
12. You And I » Eddie Rabbitt & Crystal Gayle
13. Come On Eileen » Dexy's Midnight Runners
14. Shame On The Moon » Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
15. She Works Hard For The Money » Donna Summer
16. Never Gonna Let You Go » Sergio Mendes
17. Hungry Like The Wolf » Duran Duran
18. Let's Dance » David Bowie
19. Twilight Zone » Golden Earring
20. I Know There's Something Going On » Frida
21. Jeopardy » Greg Kihn Band
22. Electric Avenue » Eddy Grant
23. She Blinded Me With Science » Thomas Dolby
24. Africa » Toto
25. Little Red Corvette » Prince
2013-03-15 12:04:13 PM
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Dee Snarl: Frankenstorm: But I would say 1986 was the best year in the '80s.

/CSF

Well yeah.

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You forgot cdn.mos.musicradar.com
2013-03-15 10:59:24 AM
1 votes:
1983 was also a banner year for heavy metal albums:

Kill 'em All
Bark at the Moon
Piece of Mind
Pyromania (yeah, it's not metal but it's still a great album)
Show No Mercy
Queensryche
Suicidal Tendencies
Shout at the Devil
Melissa
Holy Diver

My neck's getting sore thinking back to those days...
2013-03-15 10:52:31 AM
1 votes:

ObscureNameHere: Ah, 13 years old, a Commodore 64, red box D&D, Star Frontiers.... *mumbles to self, wanders off absent mindedly*


*waves cane and looks under his chair* Heh! I got yer Pool of Radiance right here!
2013-03-15 10:40:57 AM
1 votes:
The '83 NFL draft was also arguably the greatest of all time. It was the famous QB draft of course, but besides, there were 7 Hall of Famers, 15 of the 28 first rounders had at least one Pro-Bowl, 12 rounds and at least one Pro-Bowler in every round, and 4 Pro-Bowlers went undrafted.
2013-03-15 10:37:01 AM
1 votes:
Damn, read the end of the headline as ICP at first.

/magnets
2013-03-15 10:36:26 AM
1 votes:

nmrsnr: Was it also a banner year in the Bender household?


Smoke up, nmrsnr.
2013-03-15 09:52:23 AM
1 votes:
Was it also a banner year in the Bender household?
2013-03-15 09:41:14 AM
1 votes:
It was also the year that the great cman was born
 
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