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Most Cringeworthy '80s Moments 1984 to 1988
We love the '80s, but that doesn't mean we're going to let it get away with its fashion faux pas and horrible music without at least a gentle mocking. In fact, when it comes to decades, it's hard to f ...More
We love the '80s, but that doesn't mean we're going to let it get away with its fashion faux pas and horrible music without at least a gentle mocking. In fact, when it comes to decades, it's hard to find anything the '80s got right – it didn't have the cool style of the '60s, or the excellent music of the '70s. No, what the '80s had was the Sinclair C5, shoulder pads and the wet-look perm – all set to a synthesized backing track. Here are some of it's strangest moments...
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- Someone kept The British Record Industry Awards 1984 - The Grosvenor House Hotel last week
- Someone kept Mobile Phone 6 weeks ago
- Someone kept The British Record Industry Awards 1984 - The Grosvenor House Hotel 6 weeks ago
- Someone kept Transport - Clive Sinclair C5 - Alexandra Palace, London 9 weeks ago
- Someone kept Mobile Phone 9 weeks ago
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