Blasts From The Past


#142

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#143

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#144

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#145

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#146

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#147

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#148

why ?

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#149

You know, the time 1989 and 1990, on of the songs when the wall came down. And I don’t like The Scorpions. The front man is so often on TV when they are talking about the 8ties/9ties and he has an opinion to all the things which happened.


#150

oh I didn’t think that way…in fact I don’t like either;this song was on the air so often at that time :astonished:
but I’ve always find it tacky :smile:

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#151

It’s their worst song but their most successful song they ever recorded :neutral_face:


#152

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#155

Ain’t it almost the time of the year?


#156

:laughing: :laughing: :laughing: Bloody hell, I hope not.


#157

#158

Jesus, this makes me feel old. Look at 'em!


#159

I had a “Jello Biafra For President” T-shirt in the eighties. He still would be a far better choice than the present one.


#160

I heard it this morning and it is still in my mind …


#161

What might have been this afternoon in support of Green Day