This has all the good things....Freddie, a BTTF and Star Wars refrence....it's so 80s

The Queen Comic You Won't Forget

Fahrenheit - 15 days ago - Happy 'Forever Alone Day'! Queen - Freddy Mercury by pablostanley

Try my 80s Workout Music Playlist, great for a throwback moment even at the Gym!

I Love the 80's Workout Music Playlist

Try my Workout Music Playlist, great for a throwback moment even at the Gym! - Tap the link to shop on our official online store! You can also join our affiliate and/or rewards programs for FREE!

Two things I can't live without - my friends and my music - come together in this blog post. Take a listen to my epic Rockstar Playlist. I promise you'll love it.

Truth Challenge Thursday – Rockstar Playlist

80s music is timeless.  We love all the hard rocking hits and high energy dance music of the decade.  Check us out on www.m80skc.com or on FB at www.facebook.com/m80skc

I love when my parents say, "How do you know that song? That song was popular when I was a teenager." And I always tell them that music doesn't have an expiration date.

Ah I remember when Music Television actually had music on it.  Shit that makes me old.

Wonder how many Mtv Logo designs were created and shown ? Ah I remember when Music Television actually had music on it.

The best road trip playlist

20 Classic Road Trip Songs That You Need On Your Playlist

The open road. One of the key components to a successful road trip is a fire playlist with plenty of awesome road trip songs.

80s rock

21 Famous Songs You Never Dreamed Could Be Children's Lullabies

The Police / Sting had lots of great song with this group. Very original.Very good stuff.

'80s Wedding Songs to Play

'80s Wedding Songs to Play

Mother I can feel the soil falling over my head (Morrissey - The Smiths)

DIY your photo charms, compatible with Pandora bracelets. Mother I can feel the soil falling over my head (Morrissey - The Smiths)

Queen -  Freddie Mercury, Brian May, John Deacon, and Roger Taylor

Queen - Queen - I saw them them at Bournemouth Winter Gardens 1975 (Freddie Mercury, Brian May, John Deacon, and Roger Taylor)

Pinterest
Search