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What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]

 

What Year Was It?

These songs were on the radio:

  • 'Jack & Diane' (John Cougar)
  • 'Who Can it Be Now?' (Men At Work)
  • 'Up Where We Belong' (Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes)

These events were shaping the Nation:

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What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]

What Year Was It?

These songs were topping the charts:

  • 'Please Don’t Go' (K.C. & The Sunshine Band)
  • 'Rock With You' (Michael Jackson
  • 'Do That To Me One More Time' (Captain & Tennille)

These events were taking place:

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Do You Believe What the Media Tells You? — Survey of the Day

Credibility is pretty essential for the media. If folks don’t believe what they read in the paper or see on the news, what’s the point?

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What Year Was ‘Play That Funky Music’ A Hit? [VIDEOS]

What year was 'Play That Funky Music' and these other songs a hit?

These songs were on the radio:

  • 'Let Your Love Flow' (Bellamy Brothers)
  • 'The Rubberband Man' (Spinners)
  • 'Play That Funky Music' (Wild Cherry)

These events were making headlines:

  • Stretch Armstrong becomes a hot new toy.
  • The nation celebrates its Bicentennial.
  • The ink-jet printer is invented.

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What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]

What year was it?

These songs were hot:

  • 'Private Eyes' (Hall & Oates)
  • 'Arthur’s Theme (Best That You Can Do)' (Christopher Cross)
  • 'Endless Love' (Diana Ross & Lionel Richie)

These events were being talked about:

  • A first-class stamp cost 20 cents.
  • MRI machines are first used in Britain.
  • John Belushi, 33, dies of a drug overdose.

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What Year Was It? No Cheating! [VIDEOS]

What year was it?

These songs were what people were listening to:

  • 'Good Lovin' (The Young Rascals)
  • 'Paperback Writer' (The Beatles)
  • 'The Sounds Of Silence' (Simon & Garfunkel)

These events were in the news:

  • 'Yesterday', the most recorded song in the history of pop music, is released by Paul McCartney in the first solo by a Beatle. The record label, however, still reads "Beatles".
  • CBS backs out of plans to broadcast 'Psycho', deeming the movie too violent for at-home viewing.
  • Insulin is first synthesized in China.

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