Plenty more to uncover in the 3rd part of Hugh Padgham's 80sography as we hit the mid-80s with further success with Genesis, the task of following era defining hit albums with Human League and David Bowie, multi-platinum mega success of peak Collins and issues arising from working with an ex-Fab.
In PART 3;
1983 (part 2):
King of Pain - The Police (2:40)
Genesis - Genesis (5:31)
Hysteria - The Human League (18:49)
Tonight - David Bowie (27:00)
No Jacket Required - Phil Collins ( 50:00)
Spies Like Us - Paul McCartney (65:09)
Press To Play - Paul McCartney (66:57)
King of Pain - The Police
Mama - Genesis
The Lebanon - The Human League
Loving The Alien - David Bowie
Sussudio - Phil Collins
One More Night - Phil Collins
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