Back in the public consciousness thanks to ‘Stranger Things,’ the earnest 1983 smash (and its cringe-worthy video) hark back to an era when soulless corporate rock ruled the airwaves. So why does it sound better now than it did back then?
It took several false starts for a-ha to fine-tune its biggest hit. But thanks to its optimistic outlook and iconic video, the 1980s smash refuses to grow old
The Australian rock band were always the kings of the double entendre. But their most shameless novelty song holds the key to the group’s proudly juvenile ethos
He may be a faker and a piece of shit, but I refuse to let him ruin what his music means to me