22 Songs, 1 Hour 34 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Cyndi Lauper is a mad scientist of pop on her debut album, splicing New Wave synths with rock guitars and experimenting with wildly contrasting moods. Look beyond the Caribbean-tinged, irresistibly kooky "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," and she shows off her emotional depth (and unerring melodies) on "Money Changes Everything" and "When You Were Mine." The softly wounded "Time After Time" reveals her tender side in a particularly beautiful manner.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Cyndi Lauper is a mad scientist of pop on her debut album, splicing New Wave synths with rock guitars and experimenting with wildly contrasting moods. Look beyond the Caribbean-tinged, irresistibly kooky "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," and she shows off her emotional depth (and unerring melodies) on "Money Changes Everything" and "When You Were Mine." The softly wounded "Time After Time" reveals her tender side in a particularly beautiful manner.

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