“Addicted to Love” by Robert Palmer – 1986

This week Johnny Grundo dons his tightest, most see-through black turtleneck sweater to talk about the 1986 number one hit by Robert Palmer, “Addicted to Love.” As one of the hardest working, best dressed men in pop music, Robert Palmer worked tirelessly for decades before teaming up with Duran Duran’s Taylor brothers in supergroup The Power Station. The success of this project made way for a follow-up solo career that would leave the image of sexy mannequin-esque models barely playing their instruments burned into every adolescent boy’s brain for the rest of his life. What is the hidden true meaning behind the lyrics to this song? Where does Robert Palmer buy his terrific looking suits? Why is it so hard to teach sexy models how to pretend to play a guitar? All these questions and more will be answered on this week’s episode of Single File.

“Addicted to Love” by Robert Palmer – 1986

This week Johnny Grundo dons his tightest, most see-through black turtleneck sweater to talk about the 1986 number one hit by Robert Palmer, “Addicted to Love.” As one of the hardest working, best dressed men in pop music, Robert Palmer worked tirelessly for decades before teaming up with Duran Duran’s Taylor brothers in supergroup The Power Station.

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