Monday, March 14, 2005 in some sort of meme

8 for the 80’s – music video edition

Well, we did the fashion, we did the music, let’s do the biggie – VIDEO!

1. First music video you remember seeing?
2. Did you want your MTV and did you get it?
3. Were you a music video junkie like I was?
4. Best music video of the 80’s was…
5. Worst music video was….
6. What’s the most memorable 80’s music video for you?
7. Whose music videos did you enjoy the most in the 80’s?
8. Did video kill the radio star?

(Do you know how hard it is to come up with these things? What have I started?)

Comments

  1. 1.I think it was Dirty Dancing
    2. no I didnt want it
    3. BIG time video junkie
    4. Dirty Dancing and still is one of my favs.. (just dont call me any names lol)
    5. Anything Rocky (yuckkk)
    6. Cocktail
    7. You know..the infamous gang …Tom Cruise..Patrick Swayze.. Molly Ringwald..etc
    8. hmm yeah I’d say it did

  2. Papa Don’t Preach by Madonna, it was on the most requested videos of the day countdown at 6pm on MTV ~ hitting #1 for like a bazillion weeks.!

  3. 1. First music video you remember seeing? That I remember? Money for Nothin’ by Dire Straits.
    2. Did you want your MTV and did you get it? Yep, and yep. Wish it still played videos…
    3. Were you a music video junkie like I was? Yep, I still have some of the VHS tapes. Wanna copy?
    4. Best music video of the 80’s was… Robert Palmer, Addicted to Love
    5. Worst music video was…Whip It. I just don’t get it.
    6. What’s the most memorable 80’s music video for you? Whitesnake’s Is This Love. It was “our song” for
    with one of my boyfriends and I loved Tawny Kitaen’s (sp?) hair.
    7. Whose music videos did you enjoy the most in the 80’s? Madonna, Robert Palmer, Huey Lewis
    8. Did video kill the radio star? yep 🙂 I was listening to Reba McIntyre’s song ‘Somebody’ the
    other day and I HAD to see the video. Nowadays you just tune into Yahoo Video and see what you want.

  4. Mine are up!

  5. Damn Andrea, I can’t do this one…:cry:

    My parents didn’t have MTV (aka, “the devil”) and I wasn’t 14 until I saw my first “real” music video (which happened to be Black Hole Sun, by Soundgarden), you know, other than Enya on PBS.

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  1. Video Killed the Radio Star
    Let's remember the videos of the 80's.