80's Were the Best!

All you ever wanted to know about the best decade ever

RIP David Bowie – Music Legend Dead at 69

Singer, songwriter, actor, pop culture icon… David Bowie lost his 18-month battle with cancer on January 10, 2016. For more than four decades, including the best decade, Bowie sold more than 130 million records. Perhaps our most favorite David Bowie moments are that of his his role of Jareth the Goblin King in the 1986 Jim Henson fantasy cult film “Labyrinth” and his performance of the song “Magic Dance.” Share your favorite Bowie moment in the comments section.

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Kevin Bacon Explains the ’80s to Millennials

Mashable shares Kevin Bacon’s memories of the 80s. In an effort to regain “awareness of 80s culture and technology,” he shares his many trials and tribulations of the decade and specifically calls on the Millenials. What do you think? Do Millenials have it easier? #Support80sAwareness đŸ˜‰

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Happy Birthday MTV!

MTV turns 30 today and what can we say… is it even about music videos anymore? All they have really is reality-based programming now. Take a look at Gawker’s take on MTV’s evolution.

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‘Thriller’ Jacket Sells for $1.8 Million

Michael Jackson is apparently not only the King of Pop, but also the King of Auctions too. The famous red and black leather jacket from the “Thriller” video brought in a whopping $1.8 million. Now that’s zombie-like!

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Sony’s Current Storm + Random 80s Hair Band = ?

Poor Sony… You’ve been all over the news lately and not in a good way. Well, what do you expect? A hacker attacks your PlayStation Network and gains access to over a 100 million users information. Eeek! PR Daily thinks that you should take the advice of Nelson, an 80s rock group, that coined the phrase “After the Rain.” Nelson’s #1 hit song was great publicity for them and great advice for Sony. Weather the storm…

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