But, prior to this thrilling decade, the soundtrack to a movie could often seem to be something of an afterthought. In the 80s, however, everything changed. The movies got bigger, brasher and more bombastic. And so did their scores.
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If you want a glimpse at youth culture in the '80s , look no further than the movie soundtracks that defined the decade. Without further ado, here are some of the movie soundtracks that every '80s kid had in heavy rotation. Just how popular was the soundtrack to Dirty Dancing? The album spent a staggering 18 weeks at No. Nobody puts Baby in the corner, indeed!