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Flashback Friday: Greats from ’80s

It may have been 30 years since “The Breakfast Club” came out, but the music made famous by ’80s movies is as catchy and relevant as it has ever been. Listen here for your favorite songs from “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” “Footloose,” “Pretty in Pink” and more.

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