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Manic MondayThe Bangles
Manic MondayBangles, The
Manners &; PhysiqueAdam Ant
MansfieldElton John
Manuela RunToto
Many Happy ReturnsABC
Many Too ManyGenesis
MarahuanaBette Midler
March Of The Black QueenQueen
Marching In MilanElton John
MARDI GRASGino Vannelli
MariaGeorge Strait
Marina Del RayGeorge Strait
Mark Of CaineBilly Idol
Mark On The BusBeastie Boys
Married MenBette Midler
Mary Ellen Makes The Moment CountA-HA
Mary StreetBangles, The
Mary-AnnAlice Cooper
MAS ALLA (BEYOND)Gloria Estefan
Maschine BrenntFalco
Mashed Potato Girl IntroPrince
Master and ServantDepeche Mode
Master Blaster (Jammin')Stevie Wonder
Master of SparksZZ Top
Match Of The DayGenesis
Material GirlMadonna
Material WorldTracy Chapman
Matilda MotherPink Floyd

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Tracey Ullman -

Ullman began her music career on the legendary punk record label Stiff Records. Her first major hit was “Breakaway,” which became a hit in Great Britain. Other Ullman hits included “My Guy” and “They Don’t Know.” Ullman’s music style was an over the top evocation of 1960s and 1970s pop music with an edge that was firmly rooted in the wild years of ...
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George Harrison -

During the 1980s, George Harrison released three studio albums. The first of which was Somewhere in England. The album climbed to number 13 in the UK and number 11 in the US. When the album was submitted to Warner Brothers Records in 1981, the record company ordered he remove four of the songs, “Tears of the World,” “Sat Singing,” “Lay His Head,” a...
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Bobby McFerrin -

Bobby McFerrin’s first album was self-titled and released in 1982. He also released The Voice in 1984 and Spontaneous Inventions in 1985. McFerrin released one more album before his big success; Elephant’s Child came in 1987. During 1987 he also sang the theme to the Cosby Show....

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