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BurgerTime is a 1982 arcade game created by Data East Corporation for its DECO Cassette System. The game's original title, Hamburger, was changed to BurgerTime before its introduction to the
Weekday mornings at 8am, we go back in time with great 80's music, history and nostalgia! From checkered shoes and slap braclets, to Patrick Swayze and Michael J. Fox...you can find it all HERE!
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Thanks for visiting the 80’s at 8 blog, updated daily with each day’s show content and the music videos for all the songs we played! If you miss the days that strange things were afoot at the Circle K, if you know that workin 9 to 5 is all takin and no givin, if "Angel Eyes" or "When I See You Smile" remind you of middle school dances and all the attendant awkwardness, or if you ever got a paper route just so you could shout "I want my two dollars!", you are in the right place, this is the 80's at 8, powered by Set the Rules CT.org, and we get today’s show started with a song from 1982, it won the Best Performance in a Music Video category at the American Music Awards, here’s the Motels "Only the Lonely"
From 1985 ABC "Be Near Me" If Punky Brewster was the one who taught you the valuable lesson that you shouldn't hide in an old refrigerator, if you ever carried a boom box on your shoulder or a piece of cardboard for breakdancing, or if you refer to all motorcycle cops as "Ponch", this is the show for you, it is the 80's at 8, from 1984 Autograph "Turn up the Radio"
From 1982 Adam Ant "Goody Two Shoes" If you ever considered naming a baby Bastian or Atreyu, if you're still mad your mom wouldn't spring for a Designer Series Trapper Keeper, or if you can name at least three of the five original MTV VJs, and one of them isn't Martha Quinn you are on the right station, this is the 80’s at 8, from 1986 Wang Chung "Everybody Have Fun Tonight "
The answer to the 80’s Timeline, in which year did the following things take place?
Mike Tyson became the Heavyweight champion when he knocked out Trevor Berbick in Las Vegas.
Oprah began her takeover of the world with her network television premiere.
Winona Ryder made her film debut alongside tragic figures Corey Haim and Charlie Sheen in Lucas, in 1986, and that year, Belinda Carlisle got a little help from Duran Duran's Andy Taylor, who played guitar and appeared in the video for "Mad About You"
From 1986 Peter Gabriel "Big Time" Stewart Copeland from the Police played the drums on the song. Learn more about Peter Gabriel HERE