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On 7/11/2020 at 1:58 AM, HappyChappie said:

Come on, no one have one? Here's another of my favs.

 

 

I wish I could contribute to this but i'm the same as TBG,female pop stars would never be allowed to be raunchy on national TV when I was a teenager which was pretty much the only place you could see them.So if you had left out the teens bit of your post I'm sure you would have got a better response.

There's a load of real old gits on here😁👍

 

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I was a teen from '71-'77. If you didn't go to a concert watch a concert on film, it just wasn't happening. 

1 hour ago, Dave 27 said:

 

There's a load of real old gits on here😁👍

 

 

Damn, Dave. I resemble that remark!

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2 hours ago, Dave 27 said:

I wish I could contribute to this but i'm the same as TBG,female pop stars would never be allowed to be raunchy on national TV when I was a teenager which was pretty much the only place you could see them.So if you had left out the teens bit of your post I'm sure you would have got a better response.

There's a load of real old gits on here😁👍

 

 

Well Ok, any music videos that you'd concider hot from any time. 🙂

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2 hours ago, TBG 150 said:

I was a teen from '71-'77. If you didn't go to a concert watch a concert on film, it just wasn't happening. 

Damn, Dave. I resemble that remark!

Aw shucks!!,I forgot to put "including me"on the end of my post😋😋

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This forum is the perfect place for this one,,the first ever music video on MTV in 1981,,to lead off the birth of music videos,,sadly,,R.I.P. to MTV as it has gone to shit. 

On August 1, 1981, MTV: Music Television goes on the air for the first time ever, with the words (spoken by one of MTV’s creators, John Lack): “Ladies and gentlemen, rock and roll.” The Buggles’ “Video Killed the Radio Star” was the first music video to air on the new cable television channel, which initially was available only to households in parts of New Jersey. MTV went on to revolutionize the music industry and become an influential source of pop culture and entertainment in the United States and other parts of the world, including Europe, Asia and Latin America, which all have MTV-branded channels. 

 

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