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 on: April 19, 2017, 05:06:36 PM 
Started by pattyg_1821 - Last post by Out of the Blue
This is a compilation video of a lot of different groups and performers that someone uploaded to Youtube.  Some of them were from "New Year's Rockin Eve" and some I think were from the British show "Top of the Pops."  Deb is on at both 3:42 and at 30:10.

 on: April 18, 2017, 12:49:35 AM 
Started by Woops - Last post by Woops
On April 18, 1987, "Headbangers Ball" made it's debut on MTV  Cool

A clip of the first episode of the series hosted by Lemmy and Phil Taylor of Motorhead.

Some popular clips and favaorite songs/videos

Bon Jovi"Livin' on a Prayer". which "Slippery When Wet", released in late 1986. ushered a new era when glam metal became mainstream.

Ratt "Dance", one of my favorite songs and was actually popular on MTV, which was ranked at #83 on their year-end list and more likely been a hit on "Dial MTV" despite not being a Top 40 hit (#59 Hot 100, #36 Mainstream Rock)

Dokken "Dream Warriors", song featured on the third "Nightmare on Elmstreet" movie and the video featured Freddy Krueger and a then unknown Patricia Arquette.

Ozzy Osbourne "Crazy Train", from Ozzy's 1987 album "Tribute", a dedication to the late Randy Rhoades featuring live tracks from the early 1980's before his passing in 1982. Like Kiss "Rock N' Roll All Nite", the live version is miles better.

Def Leppard  "Animal"

Warlock "All We Are", funny how REM ripped the whole traffic jam concept.

Guns N' Roses "Welcome to the Jungle"

Kiss "Crazy, Crazy Nights"

Great White "Rock Me"

Motley Crue "Girls, Girls, Girls"

Whitesnake "Still of the Night", one of the three videos featuring Tawney Kitaen (popular being "Here I Go Again").

The Cult "Love Removal Machine"

 on: April 13, 2017, 04:44:04 PM 
Started by pattyg_1821 - Last post by Out of the Blue
Here's a video that Deb herself uploaded about a Skype session.

This is an old one from back in 2010.

 on: March 23, 2017, 04:52:24 PM 
Started by Out of the Blue - Last post by Out of the Blue
You don't want this.  Durian is nasty.

 on: March 23, 2017, 04:48:07 PM 
Started by pattyg_1821 - Last post by Out of the Blue
This isn't new but I can't exactly figure out when this was done though.

 on: March 21, 2017, 03:47:23 AM 
Started by pattyg_1821 - Last post by Woops
Better quality of "This So-Called Miracle" video (1991)

 on: March 09, 2017, 04:41:23 PM 
Started by Woops - Last post by Out of the Blue
I don't know how successful that's going to be if they keep the TV channel.  I doubt many people will subscribe even if it's only $5 a month.

It seems like Youtube is trying to do something similar.  They launched Youtube Red which is a pay subscription service and it's like they are trying to become another Netflix.  Google, aka Alphabet, owns the site and it's the #1 site on the entire internet so they make big money on ad revenue.  It would be one of the worst business decisions of all time if Alphabet decided to ditch all of the free content on Youtube and either make it entirely a streaming site or make users pay to access the site in general.

 on: March 08, 2017, 04:38:31 AM 
Started by Woops - Last post by Woops
Boomerang to become a subscription streaming service, which will feature Hanna Barbera, Looney Tunes, and various vintage Time Warner owned cartoons.

 on: February 27, 2017, 11:29:07 PM 
Started by Erica - Last post by ChrisB
Thanks for the quick recap

 on: February 27, 2017, 05:00:23 AM 
Started by Hugabee - Last post by Erica
Though even then it was harder for former teen idols to get a comeback since they were often looked as a novelty act and only a few such as Michael Jackson and George Michael managed to get respected as adults. Donny Osmond had to have his name hidden when he had his comeback "Soldier of Love" in 1989.

We still have NKOTB who even though their new music doesnt get much airplay/sales are still able to headline arenas 25+ years after they heyday and do well on their semi annual tour, of course back then they were much more popular than Debbie. Its just too bad they never invited her to open up one of their tours, then again they will have Paula Abdul this year finally giving me the chance to see her live
The way Deb's health is so unpredictable.  I don't see her doing prolong tours.  The NKOT thing will never happen. Her Lyme is so unpredictable.

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