500 Greatest New Wave/Punk/Retro 80's Songs of All Time (500-401)

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  • 500. Gidget Goes To Hell - Suburban Lawns
  • 499. Love And Loneliness - The Motors
  • 498. Burning Down The House - Talking Heads
  • 497. A Good Heart - Feargal Sharkey
  • 496. The Exception Of Love - The Truth
  • 495. The Kid With The Replaceable Head - Richard Hell and The Voidoids
  • 494. Ladykiller - Vanity Kills
  • 493. Do It Clean - Echo And The Bunnymen
  • 492. Living In Video - Trans X
  • 491. Whirly Girl - Oxo
  • 490. Universal Radio - Nina Hagen
  • 489. Shiny Shiny - Hayzee Fantayzee
  • 488. The Devil Inside - INXS
  • 487. See No Evil - Television
  • 486. The Safety Dance - Men Without Hats
  • 485. Divine Thing - Soup Dragons
  • 484. House Of Fun - Madness
  • 483. The Tide Is High - Blondie
  • 482. No One Is To Blame - Howard Jones
  • 481. People Are People - Depeche Mode
  • 479. One In A Million - The Romantics
  • 478. Jackie Oanasis - Human Sexual Response
  • 477. Dead Mans Party - Oingo Boingo
  • 476. President Am I - Slow Children
  • 475. The Walk - The Cure
  • 474. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For - U2
  • 473. Neverending Story - Limahl
  • 472. Say It Again - Danse Society
  • 471. Talk To Me - I Am Siam
  • 470. Nemesis - Shriekback
  • 469. Vienna - Ultravox
  • 468. King Of Pain - The Police
  • 467. Rock Lobster - B-52's
  • 466. Freedom Of Choice - Devo
  • 465. Lessons In Love - Level 42
  • 464. What Difference Does It Make? - The Smiths
  • 463. Precious To Me - Phil Seymour
  • 462. My City Was Gone - The Pretenders
  • 461. Its Going To Happen - The Undertones
  • 460. Good Girls Don't - The Knack
  • 459. The Boy With A Thorn In His Side - The Smiths
Author Comments: 

a work in progress..... Most of these songs fall in between the years of 1978 to 1990. However you will see an occassional one from as early as 1972 ("Virginia Plain" by Roxy Music) and as late as 1991 ("There's No Other Way" by Blur).

Well, jblack, allow me to welcome you back to Listology. You probably don't know me, as I joined over the summer, but I've read a lot of your lists and love them.

Thanks AJ. It's good to have you here.