The Totally 80s Podcast Knows You'll Come Back

Tina Turner in 1987
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What could be better than an episode of the Totally 80s Podcast about pop music comebacks? How about two episodes about comebacks?

That's right: this week the Totally 80s Podcast is going super meta by coming back with another discussion on all things comeback-related. As with the last installment, Lyndsey Parker and John Hughes are joined by singer/actor/DJ Michael Des Barres. They've got even more memories of artists who revived their career with hits and new waves of popularity in the '80s, from Cher to Nile Rodgers and even...The Monkees??

READ MORE: February 1986: MTV Spends a "Pleasant Valley Sunday" with The Monkees

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For a time in the ‘80s, it seemed like the most popular songs in the U.S. were being made by perhaps five people: Michael Jackson, Prince, Madonna, Whitney Houston, and Lionel Richie.

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