• Well here I am dating myself yet again... I remember The New Kids on the Block, having jellies, Saved by the Bell, big hair, and Mall Madness.
  • I grew up in the 50's and 60's. Here's a few things that I remember: 1)The birth of Rock n Roll 2)The Mickey Mouse Club 3)Hula hoops 4)Roy Rogers and Dale Evans 5)The song Que Sera, Sera
  • I was born in 1988 and grew up in the 90's It was a good decade ^o^ I remember: * Giga pets! * N*Sync * Angry Beavers I remember especially how i was outside with my cousin 99% of the time. Where as now, kids stay on computers and game consoles. I also remember catching fireflies in hot Summer nights, where as now, we NEVER see fireflies in Georgia. I remember when my Grandmother was alive, and we went to Arts&Crafts fairs, and sculpted things together. Oh how things change ^_^
  • I was born in 1988... I mostly remember pop music of the late 90s/early00s back when MTV played music. I also remember that cartoons on Nikelodeon were actually good quality.
  • I grew up in the 80's and 90's. I remember alot of pop rubbish, Take That, Boyz inc, N'sync ect, COMPLETE CRAP! But I also remember the development of Drum and Bass, Hardcore and UK Garage. Not everyone's cup of tea, but compared with the alternative, it was great times! I also have minor memories of some rock bands that I am now big fans of but never liked at the time, Metallica and Guns n Roses to name but two.
  • born 1957 growing yr early 60's to mid 70's and fireflies were around for me also, remember going to grandma's house in OK and it was the highlight to catch them in a jar, life was to innocent then, kids played outside all day, no body really worried about where they were, come dark you came home cause you were hungry. Black & white TV,I remember my mom and a big hair do and she always wore a dress, dad wore pants and a white shirt mostly or a white T shirt. Ed Sullivan, leave it to beaver shows like that if we watched TV which wasn't often.Music was the Beatles I helped Mom alot even as a young child with my little sister, thats what you did By the late 60's the hippy's color's and music began to show up Tie dyed shirts, Grass Roots Oh the 70's style's began to change, TV color, music like the Earth, Bell bottom pants Oh how I loved them, the Beatles just got better and wilder looking beads, belts, long hair,beards,sandals and lots of leather and bras had to go! Glasses seemed like every one had them all styles and colors. a great film was Saturday night fever, I think I watched a dozen times. I can remember in High School I wore my hair real long, leather head band, my glass's were like the Beatles style, tinted, bell bottom's, leather moccasins and always hippie style tops
  • Im actually stil growing up !! thats the biggest thing, but no, I was born in 1961, I cant remember back to when I was five, but I have a sneaking feeling Elvis was alive and well, me, I prefered culture club, Billy Idol, ( go Billy) cindy Lauper, Blondie, Bruce Springsteen, but I love music, and still listen to the top 40 today !! Emos's werent around in my day, but punk rockers were
  • Born in 1981 Mc hammer pants, Vanilla ice, New kids on the block, metallica, Madonna, the birth of MTV, starter jackets, Z cavareechi, koosh, cabbag patch dolls, my little pony, teenage mutant ninja turtles, Voltron, Thundercats, he man, TGIF with Steve Erkil, Growing pains, George Bush senior, clinton on the sax, etc.
  • 5 to 18 was a decade from mid seventies to late eighties. The most atrocious time for fashion remember the leg of mutton sleeves the big buttons and those ugly shoulder pads. Music was a different ball game though.My earliest recollections of music is swaying to the tunes of Englebert Humperdinck singing "The Last Waltz, Release me,Quando, Quando, Quando, "Les Bicyclettes de Belsize"; Neil Sadaka, Trini Lopez, Connie Francis, LPs were what I learnt to recognize my alphabets on. Abba, Boney M were the hit bands when I was in school and Michael Jackson had hit the music scene big time by the time I started college. Neil Diamond, Bruce Springsteen, AC DC,Aerosmith were all around too but I cannot recall any particular number which tugged my heart. Even today if what I want is music my first 2 choices are Neil Sadaka and Englu as I call him.

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