Whitney Houston – How Will I Know (Remix)

I made this remix myself using an instrumental track with the acapella vocal track and arranged it using my MacBook Pro. Since YouTube naturally blocked it (despite there being other versions online with similar audio content). So I’m uploading my version here. It may not fall under the “New Wave” genre but it definitely qualifies as Retro!

To download the video, while it’s playing right-click the video and choose Download Video.

Bow Wow Wow – Sexy Eiffel Towers



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One of Bow Wow Wow’s early recordings from 1981, it features their signature tribal beat and Annabella’s excitedly and risqué heavy breathing and moans during the chorus. She was barely a teenager when this was recorded, something I doubt wouldn’t even be a second thought in today’s music business. But still, it’s catchy and fun and pushes the envelope even by today’s standards.

The House of Love – Christine


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The House of Love are an English alternative rock band. Formed in 1986, the band rose to prominence in the UK as a leading indie rock band in 1988 and split up in 1993, eventually reforming a decade later in 2003. The band is best known for its detailed psychedelic guitar sound and for the successful singles “Shine On“, “Christine” and “Destroy the Heart”. The best-known members of The House of Love are singer/songwriter/guitarist Guy Chadwick and lead guitarist/backing singerTerry Bickers, who were the creative core of the original band until an acrimonious split in 1989 and who reformed the band together in 2003.

INXS – Listen Like Thieves


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Listen Like Thieves is the fifth album by the Australian rock band INXS. It was released in 1985. Considered a breakthrough album for the band, it featured their first top 5 single in the United States, “What You Need.” This album also marks the beginning of their off-and-on alliance with Chris Thomas.

Dexy’s Midnight Runners – Come On Eileen


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Come On Eileen” is a song by English pop group Dexys Midnight Runners, released in the UK on 25 June 1982 as a single off their album Too-Rye-Ay. It was their second number 1 hit in the United Kingdom, following 1980′s “Geno“. The song was written by Kevin Rowland, “Big” Jim Paterson, and Billy Adams; it was produced by Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley.

“Come On Eileen” won Best British Single at the 1983 Brit Awards.