The Best of the 1980's

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    you know it occurred to me that after listening to so many punk and glam rockers for so long this is probably why Johnny Weir wearing make-up, feathers, and what-not does not look so weird to me.
     
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    The clothes were awful but the music was pretty great. Almost makes me wish I could actually remember the 80s :shuffle:
     
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    Aside from getting married in 82 and having kids in the middle 80's, I don't remember much. There was some music that was good, but most was just screeching. The fashions and hairstyles were gruesome, and I think I have buried those memories for a good reason :lol:. I actually had a perm for a while :scream:! And all of those running back sized shoulder pads! What were we thinking?
     
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    I love all of this music.

    I was born in the wrong decade. I should've been a teen in the 80s. :lol:
     
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    <raises hand> I knew a guy on my ski team who was about as intelligent as those lyrics. "Da da da" indeed. (okay, so there's stuff in Russian and German. . . but it just sounded like gibberish to me at the time!)
     
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    I had a 24 year old at work here complaining about all 80s music being crap. Like she really knows about 80s music having been born in 1985!!

    Some people have no musical taste :drama:

    I saw Midnight Oil live twice back in the 80s. One of the best.
     
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    :eek: i don't know how. :lol: