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Thread: Better Left In The 70's (IMO)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wee67 View Post
    So what are some of the things you loved in the 70's but just don't hold up over time?


    70's Porn?
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    I would say variety shows in general don't hold up very well. For sheer cheese factor, they are fun, and to see your favorite performers when they were young (and in some cases, still with us) is also nice, but that type of entertainment is pretty much dead and was dead by the time the decade came to an end.

    But don't feel bad, because 80% of MTV's videos don't hold up nowadays either.

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    Pork chop sideburns and Buddy Holly glasses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rche View Post
    I think this album has had one time spinning around on my turntable. I recall getting it and finding out that Criss was no longer in the band. Criss and Frehley were always my favorite band members, tho I can't really explain why in my adult head. The kid who was listening to Kiss in the 70s, tho, was also looking at the costumes and images and theirs always seemed cooler than Demon or (to me) the truly lame StarChild. At any rate, the one two punch of bitter disappointment that Peter was no longer involved and the decidedly non-Kiss sound of the album stopped me from purchasing any more records from the band. I will have to dig this one out of my pile of records and give it another spin, just for the Ace content.
    I was always an Ace guy. To be honest, I stopped buying KISS albums for awhile not long before Unmasked was released. KISS at this point was woefully uncool and I was starting high school, so it was the wrong time for me to fly my KISS flag high. When I finally first listened to it around 1986 I was floored by how much I liked it (and at that point my thing was mostly thrash metal, which this album was decidedly not even close to!), and around the same time I finally heard Elder (had a tough time finding that album at that point!) and that blew me away even more.

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    70's Porn?
    What, decent quality movies shot on film, with an actual script, real acting and everything? Who wants that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earth 2 Chris View Post
    I would say variety shows in general don't hold up very well. For sheer cheese factor, they are fun, and to see your favorite performers when they were young (and in some cases, still with us) is also nice, but that type of entertainment is pretty much dead and was dead by the time the decade came to an end.
    Oh yeah, that's a good one. I have vague memories of watching these all the way up to Pink Lady & Jeff. Whenever I go back and watch clips, I am struck by just how bad these were. I even tuned in 3 years ago when NBC tried to revive the format with Martin Short & Maya Rudolph. That pretty much confirmed the death of the genre.
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    Land of the Lost....sorry but it has not aged well despite our childhood memories of it.

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