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November 17, 2019 99 min

We’ve reached peak 80sElton with the middle trilogy as Our Reg re-locates his mojo and the hit parade and Bernie regains sole lyricist status. 

The peak was covered with plenty of snow.

Songs included;

I’m Still Standing

I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues

Sad Songs (say so much)

Passengers

Nikita

I’m Not Getting Married

 

    02:25: 1983 / “Too Low For Zero”

   33:02:  1984 / “Breaking Hearts”

   41:24: William, It Was Really Nothing  

1:01:50:  1985

1:04:54: “Ice On Fire”

 

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