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August 10, 2020 65 min

As John Lennon once remarked in song "Life is what happens to you while you're trying to finish episode 2 on a series of Tears For Fears podcasts.." (slight paraphrase there)

Apologies - work, family, hospital stay (NOT the dreaded C-19) got in the way. But nothing (I say NOTHING) will deter us in our quest following Roland & Curt through the 80s jungleland to pop perfection (and horrific hairstyles - even for the 80s).

Songs included;

Mothers Talk
Shout! (yes, it should have a !)
Everybody Wants To Rule The World
Looking Inside Your Prison

You can find 80sography on twitter or contact at 80sography@gmail.com and all the other blah blah malarkey. A decent rating on iTunes means another angel gets his Wings deluxe CD box-set.

No fairlights were harmed during the making of this episode. x 

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