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Music Video of the Day: Foolish Beat by Debbie Gibson (1988, dir. Nick Willing)

I did a Tiffany music video yesterday, so of course today had to be Debbie.

I don’t think anyone needs the importance of Debbie Gibson explained to them at this point. 235 more words

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Music Video of the Day: I Think We're Alone Now by Tiffany (1987, dir. George E. Tobin)

Now for something completely different and not serious at all. Despite it being established several years prior by Rockwell that somebody is indeed watching you, Tiffany went ahead and covered Tommy James & The Shondells to create the definitive 80’s mall music video. 205 more words

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80s Song of the Day: Electric Youth by Debbie Gibson

The future only belongs to the future itself
And the future is electric youth

Electric Youth by Debbie Gibson was released in the United States on June 26, 1989, with We Could Be Together as the B side. 36 more words


A material girl

Ah, the Eighties. The decade when marketing and pop music really hopped into bed, good and proper.

“We are living in a material world,” declaimed Madonna. 451 more words

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Debbie Gibson - Live In Concert - The "Out Of The Blue" Tour (LDRIP) (DVD)

  • Staying Together’
  • Foolish Beat
  • Shake Your Love
  • In The Still Of The Night
  • Lost In Your Eyes
  • Should’ve Been The One
  • Out Of The Blue…
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Debbie Gibson - Live Around The World (LDRIP) (DVD)

  • Who Loves Ya Baby?
  • Over the Wall
  • Lost in Your Eyes
  • Don’t Flirt With Me
  • Motown Medley: Dance to the Music
  • Love Under My Pillow…
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The Main Damie Podcast - Captain America and Debbie Gibson


Our faithful Damies return this week with the strangest combination of topics that they’ve ever put together for this site. They found a way to mix both comic books and 80s pop princess.  480 more words