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...so many nostalgic youtube comments about 80s music videos... I always thought the 80s Novo Hobo Road Warrior Dystopian Hair, Makeup, and Wardrobe was so disgusting, the music was ridiculous: small samples of riffs played with samplers and sampling keyboards as arranged performances of compositions! ...funny how so many of the female solo act "stars" for awhile had exactly the same hair, wardrobe, and makeup, and the same drum machine rhythms of percussion and bass with very short riffs as songs!
You're obviously based in America with an comment like this, it sounds like you spent your youth listening to Bon Jovi or maybe even Whitesnake or something similar, open your ears and listen to the variant that is 80's music, it is truly beautiful and immersing.
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I was precocious when I was a Child during the 1960s, I made everyone laugh with my accurate descriptions of the common practices of the liberal younger people no one ever discussed openly... by the late 1960s to early 1970s, I was very aware of popular culture, listened to The Beatles albums quite thoroughly, then listened to Led Zeppelin (I remember Stairway to Heaven on the Radio, years after, I listened to the very first WPLJ airplay of Physical Graffiti in 1975), Pink Floyd (Animals, Dark Side of the Moon... The Wall), and the Pop/Rock Stars of those days... there were many, many... most popular of THE biggest Stars were Elton John and Paul McCartney (and Wings)... then listened to the increasingly smaller Rock "Stars" after... and was personally acquainted with a few... one of my neighbors bought a house in a small town where my Father owned a house during his second marriage... some of the famous, Henry Winkler, Peter Frampton, and others after, bought houses in the same small town in Westchester County not long after, I made their acquaintance, and many others after. I was born and raised in Westchester County, and formally educated at a private college in New York City with recommendations for a Graduate Program where my Aunt (Father's Sister, both of late) taught at the Teachers College of Columbia University. I studied Fine Art at The Met, reviewed the 300+ Compositions of The Music Repertory in the Lincoln Center Music Branch for the Performing Arts until my 30th Year, Celebrated my 30th Year in The Oak Room, The Blue Bar. Although Bon Jovi became quite successful, I was never a Bon Jovi fan. In fact, I was into Classical Music during- and after my adolescence when I received recommendations to Juilliard and The Manhattan School of Music (when I was 16). ..."Good Luck"!