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Dance version 80s Part 6 - The best of the Category 'France'

The playlist of phew in which you will find all the biggest hits 'Dance France' of the 80s.

For those who know nothing about it, the ideal way to find everything you need to organize a memorable evening.

For connoisseurs, the means to complete their knowledge or to find titles whose names they no longer remember.

Just Dance !

Discography (among others ...) :

  • Hervé Cristiani - Emmenez moi 1986

  • Claudia Phillips - Quel souci la Boétie 1987

  • Vanessa Paradis - Joe le taxi 1987

  • Laroche Valmont - T'as le look Coco 1984

  • Johnny Hallyday - Je t'attends 1986

  • Billy - Au temps des surprises-parties 1983

  • Yianna Katsoulos - Les autres sont jaloux 1986

  • Caroline Loeb - C'est la ouate 1983

  • Raft - Yaka dansé 1987

  • La Compagnie Créole - C'est bon pour le moral 1982

  • Gipsy Kings - Djobi Djoba 1987

  • Amanda Lear - No credit card 1985

  • William Sheller - Les filles de l'aurore 1983

  • Jean-Jacques Goldman - Quand la musique est bonne 1982

  • Catherine Ferry - Quelqu'un quelque part 1986

  • Jacques Higelin - Tombé du ciel 1988

  • Les Forbans - Chante 1982

  • Les Béruriers Noir - L'empereur tomato ketchup 1986

  • Maurane - Toutes les mamas 1989

  • Philippe Chatel - Ying Yang 1982

  • Bill Deraime - Faut que j'me tire ailleurs 1980

  • Nicolas Peyrac - Et même 1989

  • Edith Nylon - Cinemascope 1980

  • Dalida - Mourir sur scène 1983

  • Noé Willer - Toi femme publique 1985


Clips :

1986 ... another title of more than certain quality and which unfortunately went somewhat unnoticed. One of the rare titles where the singer will have known how to make the junction between his lunar inspiration and the imperatives demanded by the pure and hard Dance. Pity...

Full Article Hervé Cristiani


1987 ... just one title, THIS title, was enough to bring the singer One Shot into the musical legend of the 80s. Here she is quite simply one of the biggest dance hits of the decade on the French side. MAS-TER-FUL !

Full Article Claudia Philipps


1987 ... only 15 years old, this pretty blonde, totally unknown to the general public, arrives like a meteorite and will smash everything in her path. Here she signs one of the biggest hits of all her discography and one of the most emblematic titles of the decade on the French side. A startling career to say the least ! HU-GE !

Full Article Vanessa Paradis


1984 ... THE title that brings Jean-Quentin One Shot into the musical legend of the 80s on the French side. A title with extreme simplicity but formidably effective. And so revealing of this carefree and light era. HU-GE !

Full Article Laroche Valmont


1986 ... when the best of the composers of the time put themselves at the service of the singer, we see the result ! This time, it's Jean-Jacques Goldman who takes up the torch and takes up the challenge hands down. Of course, this title will not have the same level of success as those written by Berger but it's a good job anyway !

Full Article Johnny Hallyday


1983 ... one title, THIS title, was enough to bring One Shot the young Laurent into the musical history of the 80s on the French side. A title in Rockabilly mode, light and airy at will, which works perfectly and which will remain as one of the big hits of the year in France. HU-GE !

Full Article Billy


1986 ... a single title, THIS title, was also enough to bring the singer into the musical legend of the 80s. Here she simply signs one of the biggest dance hits of the decade on the French side. HU-GE !

Full Article Yianna Katsoulos


1983 ... after 3 years of absence, the singer returns in Olympic form and delivers here quite simply one of the biggest dance hits of the decade on the French side. An enormous title which propels her One Shot to the top of fame. MAS-TER-FUL !

Full Article Caroline Loeb


1987 ... the consecration, the real one, finally arrives ! The group obtains an unexpected success here and is offered a direct ticket to posterity. HU-GE !

Full Article Raft


1982 ... they had to wait 6 years and THIS title to see their career suddenly take an incredible turn. A first top hit that will surely not be the last given what is on the horizon concerning them. HU-GE !

Full Article La Compagnie Créole


1987 ... THIS title arrives for the group. When everything is in the right place at the right time, this is where the miracle happens. Which is the case with this title. MAS-TER-FUL !

Full Article Gipsy Kings


1985 ... the years go by and she is still here. Already 10 years of singing career, a longevity that all the singers of her generation cannot boast about ...

Full Article Amanda Lear


1983 ... his quirky style worked wonders during the 1970s but the 1980s saw so many innovations and musical novelties that the comparison with his style, which has relatively little changed, is necessarily against it ...

Full Article William Sheller


1982 ... the title that will make him one of the biggest phenomena of the beginning of the decade. Here he signs an enormous Dance title which will literally set fire to all the Dancefloor in France. MAS-TER-FUL !

Full Article Jean-Jacques Goldman


1986 ... she will have collaborated with the best composers of the decade and of the end of the twentieth century, quite simply, a great feat. Without this allowing her to touch the stars, go figure ...

Full Article Catherine Ferry


1988 ... an undeniable talent which allows to produce, when concentrated, this kind of piece. Its biggest title of the decade. Like what, when he wants. MAS-TER-FUL !

Full Article Jacques Higelin


1982 ... comes THIS title for the band, a luxury cover of the title 'Shout! Shout! (Knock yourself out) ' by Ernie Maresca dating from 1962. A cover so well done that it makes them fit One Shot into the musical legend of the 80s on the French side and literally explodes their notoriety at the same time. A very simple title but with formidable efficiency. HU-GE !

Full Article Les Forbans


1986 ... the group signs here without knowing it the title which will offer them a direct ticket for posterity, at least at the French level. HU-GE !

Full Article Les Béruriers Noirs


1989 ... THE title which will radically change the singer's destiny and finally propel her to the front of the stage. Recognition that took time but well deserved. HU-GE !

Full Article Maurane


1982 ... efforts that finally pay off in the 1980s for the singer. The success fluctuates according to the titles but it is well and truly back. The essential is therefore preserved ...

Full Article Philippe Chatel


1980 ... which will surely remain as his most emblematic title. A title which makes him One Shot fit into the musical legend of the 80s on the French side. What more !

Full Article Bill Deraime


1989 ... the end of the decade on the hats of the wheel. We feel that the desire to get back into the race is real, as is the desire to do well. But it's the public who always have the last word in the end ...

Full Article Nicolas Peyrac


1980 ... an exit through the front door. They unquestionably sign one of their best titles here, proving once again that there was talent in this group ...

Full Article Edith Nylon


1983 ... a title which will not know a success as considerable as it will have known after the death of the singer. Like Queen's 'Show must go on', there are titles that go down in legend after their performers leave this earth

Full Article Dalida


1985 ... the singer signs here quite simply one of the biggest dance hits of the decade on the French side with this very simple title but with formidable efficiency. A title that finally allows him to access the consecration he has been waiting for so long. This time will be the good one. MAS-TER-FUL !

Full Article Noé Willer

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