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wiseguy

music that you liked when you were little.

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Raffi, damn i used to love that shit, Cat stevens, yeah. my family must have gotten so sick of all my songs tht i would play....

 

....I'm being nostalgic at the moment...

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Guest willy.wonka

hell yeah..through out the years i have been trying to bring up the old old skool shit and nobody knew who the fuck i was talkin about when i brought up a hippie that goes by the name, "RAFFI"!!!!!

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Guest willy.wonka

I ALSO GREW UP ON ROCK AND ROLL...CLASSIC ROCK

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Guest platapie

baby got back-sir mix a lot

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oingo boingo was my favorite.

david bowie was second.

bob marley took over as tops at ~8 though.

 

vanilla ice and MC hammer had a short-lived run @ ~11.

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1950's Rock and Roll

 

My parents were teenagers during WWII, and loved swing music. But in the '50s, it was people like Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, Patti Page, the Lennon Sisters. Lawrence Welk. The older kids that I admired all listened to (and danced to) "45s". They took a special record player to play, because they had a real big spindle hole. They were played at 45 rpm. Rock and roll didn't start appearing in "album" format until Elvis Presley. Most of the rock and roll Greats never got shit for all their years of playing. Chuck Berry and all those guys. They got ripped off.

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Guest Canadiano

raffi, public enemy, nwa, epmd, "1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12!" (sesame street), gnr, michael jackson, madonna, whitney, banarama, bobby brown, and a shit load more, for real.

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Guest Canadiano

Re: 1950's Rock and Roll

 

Originally posted by KaBar

My parents were teenagers during WWII, and loved swing music. But in the '50s, it was people like Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, Patti Page, the Lennon Sisters. Lawrence Welk. The older kids that I admired all listened to (and danced to) "45s". They took a special record player to play, because they had a real big spindle hole. They were played at 45 rpm. Rock and roll didn't start appearing in "album" format until Elvis Presley. Most of the rock and roll Greats never got shit for all their years of playing. Chuck Berry and all those guys. They got ripped off.

 

that sucks.

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whatever teddy ruxpin would play for me

 

 

besides that hippie fuck raffi

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Europe - The Final Countdown

They Might Be Giants - Birdhouse in Your Soul

Elton John - Sacrifice

New Kids On the Block - The Right Stuff

 

And numerous other songs. My dad would always make me mix tapes of the songs I liked.......

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Guest BROWNer
Originally posted by I Luv Roo

The Beatles. Mostly The Beatles.

 

me too, abbey road and sgt. peppers dailyness.

another big record for me when i was a kid

was the breakdance record with herbie hancock,

gmasterflash and kraftwerk..etc...

and michael jackson..

 

plus lots of cheese shit....i loved men at work..hall and oates..

asia....chaka kahn...billy ocean..heh..........tons of shit..

i was way into michael jackson..i had a beat it jacket and a

sequined glove, and we used to try and breakdance and

we would actually bmx around with this shit on..my best friend

also had the same jacket........

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HAHA!

 

And Madonna...Of Course!

 

I have such a fond memory of this big fat Thai guy named Duke "breakdancing" on stage to 'baby baby on the dance floor, it's a freak-show". I was in fourth grade I think.

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Guest 455

The Kinks,The Rolling Stones,The Yardbirds,and a few late 70's artists' like Rod Stewart,Asia,Toto,Hall and Oates,Kool and The Gang,and the J.Geils Band-also The Romantics-----around '85 is when I started listening to what is now "hip-hop"-Kurtis Blow,Grandmaster Flash,Sugarhill, and Run D.M.C.(when they first dropped).....haha.I remember seeing the premiere of New Editions' "Cool it Now" video an MTV.....that was when Martha Quinn was still the VJ.

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Guest ~nebz~
Originally posted by sneak

S CLUB 7

 

 

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Guest sneak
Originally posted by ~nebz~

 

 

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

 

what?

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