New waves never grow old :: A Monday Playlist

New Wave, Monday Playlist

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This Week’s Monday Playlist is inspired by this New Wave Flyer (pictured below), as well as the plethora of New Wave Music we’ve been listening to lately, especially on 8-Track via 8-Track Paradise. Summertime brings on a heavy dose of Nostalgia, especially of Summers past, and the Music we were playing loudly in throughout the 80’s. Music we still play loud today. We hope you enjoy this Monday Playlist of 30 New Wave inspired Songs and that they help you start your week off right. Be ready to Turn Up the Volume!

New Wave, Monday Playlist

New waves never grow old :: A Monday Playlist

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“I Don’t Like Mondays” :: The Boomtown Rats
“Age of Consent” :: New Order
“Girl U Want” :: Devo
“Age of Consent” :: New Order
“Hanging On the Telephone” :: Blondie
“Bring on the Dancing Horses”:: Echo & The Bunnymen
“Films” :: Gary Numan
“Shake the Disease” :: Depeche Mode
“De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da” :: The Police
“Swamp Thing” :: The Chameleons
“Watching the Detectives” :: Elvis Costello
“Love My Way” :: The Psychedelic Furs
“Down By the Sea” :: Men At Work
“The Look of Love, Pt. 1” :: ABC
“Girlfriend is Better” :: Talking Heads
“Reptile” :: The Church
“Church of the Poison Mind” :: Culture Club
“What?” :: Soft Cell
“Always the Sun” :: The Stranglers
“New Religion” :: Duran Duran
“Kid” :: Pretenders
“I Melt With You” :: Modern English
“Oldest Story in the World” :: The Plimsouls
“Love is a Stranger” :: Eurythmics
“A Short Term Effect” :: The Cure
“Good Girls Don’t” :: The Knack
“The Fanatic” :: Felony
“Is She Really Going Out with Him?” :: Joe Jackson
“Eaten by the Monster of Love” :: Sparks
“Lust to Love” :: The Go-Go’s

NEW WAVES NEVER GROW OLD :: A MONDAY PLAYLIST

We hope you Enjoyed This Week’s Monday Playlist. Most of the Artists and Songs above are available on 8-Track Tape at 8-Track Paradise. The 8-Track Sound! There is nothing like it, especially when Turning Up and Playing Loudly New Wave!

1 Comment

  1. Awesome post! So many memories here. We didn’t have cable, so no MTV, but between watching at houses of friends, or watching MV3 and some of the other video shows, it was a great escape.

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