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Greatest 80s Album Of All Time-Back In The Day Cafe Flashback [POLL}

During the “Back In The Day Café” today, I played “Living on a Prayer” by Bon Jovi. I remember being in high school (NBHS- Tan House) that year and EVERYONE had the cassette “Slippery When Wet”. Was that the best album to be released in that decade? Here is 5 of the biggest selling albums of the 80s. Which one do YOU think is the best?

5. Bon Jovi- Slippery When Wet

4. Bruce Springsteen- Born In The USA

3. U2- The Joshua Tree

2. Guns n Roses- Appetite For Destruction

1. Michael Jackson- Thriller

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