January 20, 2009

I Love the 80's! Especially the WWI-era Communist Activists!
Paramount recently re-released 40 of their titles on DVD in a
special "I Love the 80's" edition, with a bonus CD of top 80's hits including "Lips Like Sugar" and "Need You Tonight." The collection features the classic, fun 80's hits "Top Gun," "Pretty in Pink," "Footloose," "Grease 2," and...ummm..."Reds." Becuase when I think of INXS and Echo & the Bunnymen, my thoughts instantly turn to the Russian Revolution and the founding of the Communist Labor Party.

And when I hear "Take on Me" and "Need You Tonight?" Probably not this one.


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