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We Are The Eighties: A Spotify Playlist

  1. LL Cool J - “Going Back To Cali” from Less Than Zero (1987)
  2. Killing Joke - “Eighties” from Weird Science (1985)
  3. Prince - “Take Me With U” from Purple Rain (1984)
  4. Eurythmics - “Would I Lie To You?” from One Crazy Summer (1986)
  5. Altered Images - “Happy Birthday” from Sixteen Candles (1984)
  6. Spinal Tap - “Tonight I’m Gonna Rock You Tonight” from This Is Spinal Tap (1984)
  7. Busy Bee, Lil Rodney Cee, and DJ Grand Wizard Theodore - “M.C. Battle” from Wild Style (1983)
  8. Slayer - “Tormentor” from River’s Edge (1986)
  9. Ry Cooder - “Paris, Texas” from Paris, Texas (1984)
  10. Sinéad O'Connor - “Jump In the River” from Married to the Mob (1988)
  11. Yellowman - “Nobody Move Nobody Get Hurt” from Something Wild (1986)
  12. New Order - “True Faith” from Bright Lights, Big City (1988)
  13. Romeo Void - “Never Say Never” from Reckless (1984)
  14. Salt-N-Pepa - “Let The Rhythm Run” from Colors (1988)
  15. Suicidal Tendencies - “Institutionalized” from Repo Man (1984)
  16. Klymaxx - “Meeting In The Ladies Room” from Secret Admirer (1985)
  17. Roger Eno - “Voices” from Nine ½ Weeks (1986)
  18. Madonna - “Crazy For You” from Vision Quest (1985)
  19. The Replacements - “Within Your Reach” from Say Anything… (1989)
  20. Dwight David - “The Last Dragon” from The Last Dragon (1985)

Listen to this Spotify Playlist & more curated by Rotten Tomatoes here

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The Best Suburbs For Retirement In 2015

There are some good reasons to consider spending retirement in the suburbs of a big city. Proximity to the big city, plus low crime, quiet, and more living space, all make a suburban retirement appealing. With all this in mind, Forbes presents its new list of the 25 Best Suburbs For Retirement In 2015.

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The Best Big Cities For Jobs 2015

Topping our annual ranking of the best big cities for jobs are the main metro areas of Silicon Valley: the San Francisco-Redwood City-South San Francisco Metropolitan Division, followed by San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, swapping their positions from last year.