Throwback Thursday: 'Looking For A New Love' By Jody WatleyJody Watley has had a pretty good amount of success in her career.
Throwback Thursday: 'School's Out' By Alice Cooper"No more pencils, no more books, no more teachers' dirty looks..."
Throwback Thursday: 'True Faith' By New OrderBesides "Blue Monday" and "Bizarre Love Triangle", this is probably one of New Order's best known songs.
Throwback Thursday: 'I Need A Lover' By John MellencampBefore John Mellencamp was able to call himself by his real name, he had some previous aliases.
Throwback Thursday: 'Scenes from an Italian Restaurant' By Billy JoelBilly Joel just performed at Wrigley Field over the weekend, so this seems like the perfect song to feature for 'Throwback Thursday."
Throwback Thursday: 'Eternal Flame' By The BanglesFor The Bangles, their song "Eternal Flame" was "Everything."
Throwback Thursday Video: 'Last Train To Clarksville' By The MonkeesDid you know that there was a point during the 1960's where The Monkees outsold The Beatles and The Rolling Stones combined?
Throwback Thursday: 'Would I Lie To You?' By The EurythmicsThe Eurythmics are made up of Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart and are probably best known for their synthetic sound.
Throwback Thursday Video: 'Shiny Happy People' By R.E.M.You can sell millions of albums, be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and have some of the biggest songs ever, but I guess you're really not a rock and roll band until you've broken up.
Throwback Thursday Video: 'Life In A Northern Town' By The Dream AcademyEven though they're singing about "Life In A Northern Town", the group responsible for it wasn't from the North, but from across the pond in the UK.
Throwback Thursday Video: 'Never' By HeartBack in 1985, this is one of those music video that seemed to play on MTV all the time.
Throwback Thursday Video: 'Lonely Is The Night' By Billy SquierBilly Squier is probably best known for his song "The Stroke" but it wasn't the only hit.