Here is part two of Music In My Life, Throughout the Years. In case you missed the first part, you can check it out here. Just go do it. I'll wait.
Here is music from elementary school. I'm sure a few friends might relate to some of these. Leave a comment at the bottom. Enjoy. - jdm
- I don't remember this all too well. I remember the "Beat It" video and of course the "Bad" video, but I don't remember all of this album. I do, however, remember the Thriller VIEWMASTER. I googled it for you here. That was pretty intense. It had a mini record that played in the VIEWMASTER while you clicked through stills from the movie. YIKES!
- Who doesn't love Def Leppard? Anyhow... "Pour Some Sugar On Me" was out and I loved it and I even went back to the album prior because I loved them that much. Pyromania was a great album with hits like "Too Late For Love" and "Bringin' On The Heartache". I still can and will listen to Def Leppard.
- I don't remember a ton about this either. I remember owning this casette single and I remember dancing to it. "Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight? I ask that question of all my prey."
- I remember M.C. Hammer quite fondly. I think we were going to do a lip synch to this in 4th grade but ended up swapping it out for Right Said Fred. I THINK... not a fact. Don't snicker quite yet. Shortly thereafter became the love for the V.I.P. Serious. I dug his music and his rhymes. And he was the gateway to the TMNT soundtrack. You guys should go back and give that a spin. Technotronic is on it. You know, the "Pump Up The Jam" folks.
Alright... I'm stretching this into a 3rd week, at least.... Thanks for coming with me on this journey. See you next week.