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    I was exercising earlier today and one of the songs that played was “Plainsong” by The Cure off of their 1989 album Disintegration. That got me thinking about how great of a year 1989 was for music in general, and when I went through my iPod, I saw I had so many great albums on it from that year. In addition to Disintegration, other albums from 1989 I have include:

    Nirvana—Bleach
    10,000 Maniacs—Blind Man’s Zoo
    Phil Collins—…But Seriously
    The B-52’s—Cosmic Thing
    Tom Petty—Full Moon Fever
    Lenny Kravitz—Let Love Rule
    Red Hot Chili Peppers—Mother’s Milk
    Peter Gabriel—Passion: Music For The Last Temptation Of Christ
    Kate Bush—The Sensual World

    What are your favorite albums from 1989?

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    Rhythm Nation 1814 – Janet Jackson

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    1989 Taylor Swift

    Congratulations Taylor Swift on 6 Grammy Nominations
    Album of the Year: folklore
    Song of the Year: cardigan
    Pop Solo Performance: cardigan
    Pop Duo/Group Performance: exile feat. Bon Iver
    Pop Vocal Album: folklore
    Song Written for Visual Media: Beautiful Ghosts

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    Tell It Like It Is-Billy Joe Royal (deceased)
    American Dreams-Steve Sanders of the Oak Ridge Boys (deceased)

    God bless you and those who have loved them longer than me always!!!

    Holly

    Go here to check out my most favorite singer James Otto!
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    I came her to say that it is a crime that Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814 was not nominated for Album of the Year because it should have not been nominated, but it should have won.

    Also will add the following:

    Soul II Soul – Club Classics Vol. One
    Tina Turner – Foreign Affair
    Queen Latifah – All Hail The Queen
    After 7 – After 7
    Gloria Estefan – Cuts Both Ways
    Phil Collins — …But Seriously
    The B-52’s — Cosmic Thing

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    Doolittle-Pixies

    Batman SOUNDTRACK-Prince

    Like a Prayer-Madonna

    Disintegration-The Cure

    RIP SOPHIE

    9/10
    HEAUX TALES EP
    WINDSWEPT ADAN
    STARTING OVER
    FOR THE FIRST TIME
    VISIONS OF BODIES BEING BURNED

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    Laurie Anderson – Strange Angels, one of the best to come out of that decade along with The Sensual World

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    Neneh Cherry, Raw Like Sushi
    De La Soul, 3 Feet High and Rising
    Janet Jackson, Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814
    Queen Latifah, All Hail the Queen
    Soul II Soul, Keep On Movin’
    Tone Lōc, Lōc-ed After Dark
    Jody Watley, Larger Than Life
    Young MC, Stone Cold Rhymin’

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    Some great ones mentioned here. I wore out Like a Prayer back in the day. Here are some more:

    Don Henley – The End of the Innocence
    Cher – Heart of Stone (I loved the title track so much)
    Roy Orbison – Mystery Girl
    Indigo Girls – Indigo Girls
    Nick of Time – Bonnie Raitt
    Aerosmith – Pump
    Billy Joel – Storm Front

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