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    1. Maur

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      27) Video Killed the Radio Star - Bruce Woolley ; The Camera Club 28) Antmusic - Adam ; The Ants 29) 99 Red Balloons - Nena 30) I Only Want to Be with You - the Tourists 31) Dancing in the Shadows - After the Fire 32) Graffiti Crimes - Mi-Sex 33) Doot-Doot - Freur 34) Another Girl Another Planet - the Only Ones 35) Funky But Chic - David Johansen.
    2. Dourg

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      Video Killed The Radio Star: – M (2) Pop Musik: – Dr Feelgood* Mile And Alcohol: – The Cars: Just What I Needed: – Joe Jackson: Is She Really Going Out With Him: – Bread Featuring David Gates: The Guitar Man: – Al Stewart: Year Of The Cat: – Elton John Featuring Kiki Dee: Don't Go Breaking My Heart.
    3. Moogum

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      The very latest chart stats about video killed the radio star - peak chart position, weeks on chart, week-by-week chart run, catalogue number.
    4. Shakasho

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      Aug 01,  · Video killed the radio star Posted on August 1, by dirkdeklein under History, MTV, music, Pop culture In the history of popular music ‘Video Killed the Radio Star’ must be the most ironic song ever to hit the airwaves, Ironic in 2 ways,firstly it was the .
    5. Misida

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      Video Killed the Radio Star Lyrics: I heard you on the wireless back in '52 / Lying awake, intently tuning in on you / If I was young, it didn't stop you coming through / Oh-a oh-a / They took the.
    6. Minris

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      You were the last one. Video killed the radio star Video killed the radio star. In my mind and in my car We can't rewind we've gone to far. Oh aa ho oh Oh aa ho oh. Video killed the radio star Video killed the radio star. In my mind and in my car We can't rewind we've gone to far.
    7. Arashicage

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      About Video Killed the Radio Star "Video Killed the Radio Star" is a song written by Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes and Bruce Woolley in It was first recorded by "Bruce Woolley and The Camera Club" (with Thomas Dolby on keyboards) for their album English Garden, and later by British new wave/synth-pop group the Buggles, consisting of Horn and Downes.
    8. Aralar

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      Directed by Russell Mulcahy. With The Buggles, Debi Doss, Geoff Downes, Trevor Horn. The video for the Buggles' classic one-shot, about how the rise of television (and, by extension, music videos) hurt the careers of those performers whose looks would not translate well to the new medium.

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