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We Want The Punk
In today’s digital world, you’re never more than a click, a tap, or an another obnoxious request to Alexa away from your favorite music. It doesn’t matter whether you like 70’s classic rock, 90’s angsty chick alternative, or music that … Continue reading
Posted in TV Commercials Tagged 80s, 90s, commercial, compilation album, huey lewis is a punk rocker, misleading, music, new wave, punk, rock, tv 18 Comments
That 70’s Post
When we were young and foolish, we lived life completely oblivious to the fact that we would one day look back on those times as the good old days. It didn’t matter how totally lame and ridiculous the pop culture … Continue reading
Posted in TV Commercials Tagged 1970s, 70s, advertising, commercial, compilation album, music, nostalgia, preservation, retro, society, tv 34 Comments
Happy Days Are Here Again!
Last week in a conversation we were having in the comments section of one of her posts, Merby quoted the opening line to the classic Tennessee Ernie Ford song “Sixteen Tons”. I was able to respond with the second line, … Continue reading
Posted in TV Commercials Tagged 50s, 80s, advertising, commercial, compilation album, heartland music, memories, mr sandman, nostalgia, records, retro, sixteen tons, unforgettable fifties 33 Comments