Following on from our yearly polls in which you selected your favourite number 2's, its now time to pick an overall favourite from the three decades we focused on, 60's, 70's & 80's, with this time the 1980's.
Simply select the 3 you consider to be your favourites. Remember that you must select all '3' favourite choices in one go, you cannot vote for one or two then vote again for your third.
The poll ends Friday at 7.30pm. This is a hidden poll and the result will automatically be revealed at the end of the poll. You must be logged-in to vote.
About half of these I like and the others I don’t, very much. But my appreciation of 80s music is in dire need of development. It all seems so recent!
What to go for then in this selection. Passing over on Queen and Mechanical Mike, I have found my final three.
Something I would have bought at Underwood’s, something to bring contentment to the loneliest man in the world and a feeling of great hyperactivity when you should be working.
This last time we will vote for our top three in this way. A great set of polls and always an interest in the outcomes are almost at an end.
What will then be our favourite number 2 of all time?
A pretty good selection! There're a few here that I'd probably skip, but listening to said in their entirety wouldn't be too much of a trial.
I'm going with a song dedicated to an explosives expert, the stuff of which our subconscious wanderings are constructed, and a lament to the nocturnal hankering one might feel for the 21st letter of the alphabet.
I have just voted for this poll Ryan. So here are my choices, so this is my first one. And that was the wonderful Stevie Wonder. The second will go to The Bangles and the last goes to George Harrison. A nice section in this poll.
Well in the style of the inimitable OGW, "Stevie would have been my tenth choice in this poll and that is only because there wasn't eleven songs". I was surprised when he won the 1980 yearly poll, so his triumph in this decadely poll quite staggers me. Well done to the fella, but its not something id ever choose to play.
For what its worth which isn't much, i went for Kim Wilde, The Bangles and George Harrison.