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Some excellent music emerged from the ’80s. There were so many popular bands it was hard to keep up. Def Leppard had many great dance tunes such as “Pour Some Sugar On Me” and “Photograph.” “Women” “Foolin’” and “Rock Rock Till You Drop” were also some of their popular dance tunes. The guys had a great rapport with each other and were totally fun and energetic.
Guns N Roses hit popularity with “Sweet Child O Mine” and it became a well known dance tune. This helps explain it more. “Paradise City” and “Welcome To The Jungle” also became quite requested. Axl Rose quickly became known for his “slide” dance which hadn’t been repeated properly since the days of the Monkees when Davy Jones did it so eloquently. Axl just added a new twist to it.
Bon Jovi totally rocked the ’80s, and are still rockin’ in 2011. Jon, Richie, Dave and Tico have been through it all, and as Jon says in “Wanted Dead or Alive” he has seen a million faces and rocked them all. The hits were non stop from the Jersey boys. Starting with “Runaway” they took off through “In and Out of Love,” “Lay Your Hands On Me” and “Bad Medicine.” Let’s not forget “You Give Love A Bad Name,” which became extremely popular.
Another rocker still going strong today is Alice Cooper. He controlled much of the ’70s and ’80s with his shock rock and fantastic stage shows. His song “Teenage Frankenstein” became a hit, along with “He’s Back – The Man Behind The Mask,” the theme from “Friday the 13th Part VI – Jason Lives.” He also released “Trash,” with the title hit and the song “Poison” becoming big players on the airwaves.