'80s Christian Music on YouTube!
1. The Seventy Sevens, "Ba-Ba-Ba-Ba"
2. Daniel Amos, "(It's The Eighties, So Where's Our) Rocket Packs"
3. Tonio K., "What Women Want" (A bit retrograde, but listenable)
4. Larry Norman, "Why Don't You Look Into Jesus" (Radosh's pick; definitely the best Larry Norman song on YouTube. It's amazing what he got away with in the 70s.)
5. Prodigal, "Future Now"
and -- what the hell -- how about...
6. Crumbacher, "Glowing in the Dark"
By the way, if anyone out there is planning to release a few more of these lost singles on YouTube, may I make a few requests? There was a lot of Daniel Amos, but very few of my own favorite songs ("William Blake," "Dance Stop," "As the World Turns," "New Car!" "Darn Floor Big Bite"), and there was almost no Tonio K. (I'd love to see "Impressed," "True Confessions," and maybe "Romeo Loves Jane")...and, much to my shock, almost no Mark Heard (though lots of other people seem to be covering his "Strong Hand of Love"). Most of this work went out of print before it even went to CD, so really--anything you pirates can do, I'd love you for it.