The nostalgia is hitting me like an anvil. Thanks 90s week!
Wow, I guess they were still selling stuff on cassette in 1995.
Bring back PM Dawn, please.
"If it's good, we'll play it!"
*cue "Talk To An Angel"*
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Thanks, old commercial, for reminding me how immature I still am by throwing CeCe Peniston's name back out there.
Wow, R. Kelly was a marquee name back then? Also, can you even buy commercial mix tapes at this point?
The entire "Now That's What I Call..." series will be happy to oblige you.
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How do I remember every word of this commercial? I'm pretty sure I didn't even own a TV in 1995!
Just, I think this was the moment that the country became self-aware of itself and started to shape up for the second half of the decade, instead of following the themes of the 80s.
Then again, how will the 00s be remembered? Everyone was depressed for 10 years. I guess I'll order a few copies of that compact disc to go in my portable compact disc player.
No one is going to remember the naughts. It's just going to be 9/11, and then a huge, depressing blur after that.
The naughts sucked hard.
However, 90s! Combat boots, over-sized Egyptian jewelry, the greasy tempera-paint smell of Manic Panic, and 120 Minutes / Alternative Nation!
Truly, is there a greater decade?
(All photographic evidence of King Arthur post-punk / goth / punk rock version has been destroyed).
There's only one thing left to say.... "OOOOOOOOOOH YOU'RE UNBELIEVABLE!"
Inevitable playing of Us3's "Cantaloop".
Dear god, the nostalgia.
Life is a Highway is how you write a fucking hook. Do you hear me music industry? That is how you do it.
WHAT'S UP DOC
(CAN WE ROCK?)
Shaquille O'Neal &
No one is going to point out that that is Bobby from Twin Peaks (or may as well be)?
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