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Let's take a trip back to the year of The Head On The Door, Low-Life, Hounds Of Love and Meat Is Murder...
The Minneapolis punk trio of Bob Mould, Grant Hart and Greg Norton were busy lads: in 1984 they released the double album Zen Arcade, which was quickly followed by this classic mix of punk and melodic rock that included the storming title track and the wistful Celebrated Summer. The follow-up, Flip Your Wig, appeared a mere nine months later in September ’85.
The legendary Manchester band released their second full length album, which included the classics That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore and The Headmaster Ritual.
The goth superstars released their dark debut album this year: tracks included Marian, No Time To Cry and Amphetamine Logic.
Five full years after the death of Ian Curtis and the end of Joy Division, the Mancunians released their third album as New Order, which included The Perfect Kiss, Sub-Culture and Love Vigilantes.
The Athens, Georgia band’s third album was a darker beast than its predecessors Murmur and Reckoning, but still got airplay for the singles Driver 8 and Can’t Get There From Here.
The sixth album from the experimental New Yorkers was one of their biggest yet, spawning the hits And She Was and the classic Road To Nowhere.
Robert Smith completed the transformation from gloom merchant to pop pixie with this 1985 album that included the hits In Between Days and Close To Me.
The second studio album from the LA funk rockers included the title track and Catholic School Girls Rule.
Kate’s fifth album was a career highlight and included the classic title track, Cloudbusting and Running Up That Hill.
The much-loved cult Manchester band issued their second album, which included the classic Perfumed Garden.
Ian Astbury, Billy Duffy and co finally completed their transformation from Southern Death Cult into the goth-rocking stadium fillers with their second album under the Cult name. Hits included the classic She Sells Sanctuary, Rain and Revolution.
The Scottish noise-rockers released their acclaimed debut album. Tracks included Just Like Honey, Never Understand and You Trip Me Up.