Music that takes you back to a meaningful and happy time of existence...

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    Jul 30, 2012 1:27 AM GMT
    So at age 41 I am becoming like my parents had when it came to the 60's music only I have become reminiscent of the eighties. This song from movie The Lost Boys reminds me of walking around my old neighborhood listening to music on my walkman. I really loved A-Ha and Til Tuesday, Divinyls, Lone Justice... So many eighties bands. It makes me cry a bit sometimes, but how lucky I was to live in the best darn era there is and how I really wouldn't change a thing:

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    Jul 30, 2012 3:54 AM GMT
    I still get chills from these guys. Perfect blue-eyed soul with no fucking Autotune. I have their poster on my wall to this day:



    The fact that Madonna is household name and Martha Davis of The Motels isn't proves that there are Satanic contracts:



    Chick can siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiing!:



    This came out in summer of '89, I think. I was in fourth grade. I had never heard a girl talk smack to men like this. Still find her to be ten shades of awesome:





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    Jul 30, 2012 5:54 AM GMT
    A few choice artists I listened to back in 2004/2005 when I "discovered" the music I love. It was in 10th grade, right at the front of the threshold I crossed and became much more self-aware. I was much happier, care-free, and truly naiive to so many things. It was a happy time though, and I look back on it fondly. When I listen to this (among many other songs), I flood back to this time right away, with full pure clarity, like I am there once again:



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    Jul 30, 2012 8:41 AM GMT
    Ever since I've been born, I've always listened to heavy metal. I still love it today and that's what made me want to pursue music and recording!
    But, what my father showed me was texture of the guitar. A guitarist can be fast and be good, like a lot of lead solo players, but if you can mold those notes and give them character, then you'll be great!
    This is what I've learned from Santana.

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    Jul 30, 2012 8:50 AM GMT
    I still stay true to my R&B roots. Had no idea that was JC fromm NSYC singing with Blaque icon_razz.gif



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    Jul 30, 2012 9:29 AM GMT
    Gosh you got me all nostalgic now...