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Top 10 Retro Pop Songs

Hello everybodyAs my second favorite art music especially retro music is something that i love very much. So i present you my top 10 retro pop songs.  1.“Thriller” by Michael Jackson From that instantly recognizable intro note to the eerie Vincent Price interlude—and that’s not even considering the epic and groundbreaking accompanying mini-movie music video—“Thriller” was an instant classic and remains as popular today as it was in 1982. The moonwalk never goes out of style. 2.“Like a Prayer” by Madonna Recorded amid the dissolution of her marriage to actor Sean Penn, “Like a Prayer” was Madonna’s most introspective and eclectic album to date. Unlike the three that came before, it blended classic psychedelic rock with then-current synth-pop sounds. And...

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Top 10 Retro Games

This is going to be one of my favorite top 10. I think everybody was playing some of this vintage games. This is my favorite top 10, so don't be angry if you have different opinion. Lets begin 1.Super Mario Bros. 3Initial release date: October 23, 1988 In Super Mario Bros. 3, Bowser has become a father. His seven children, the Koopa Kids, have invaded the lands neighboring the Mushroom Kingdom &#Array; attacking their castles and casting spells on their kings (who have been transformed into animals). It's up to Mario and Luigi to travel through these worlds, teach the Koopas a lesson, and reclaim the magic wands that have the power to reverse the transformation curse. 2.Duck HuntInitial release date: April 21,...

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Top 10 Vintage Movies

As a huge movie fan and a vintage lover, i present you the top 10 vintage movies.That my list not official, you may not agree but this retro movies a awesome. 1. THE GODFATHER (1972) The Godfather was a blockbuster, breaking many box office records to become the highest grossing film of 1972. It earned $81.5 million in theatrical rentals in the USA and Canada during its initial release, increasing its earnings to $85.7 million through a reissue in 1973, and including a limited re-release in 1997 it ultimately earned an equivalent exhibition gross of $135 million. It displaced Gone with the Wind to claim the record as the top rentals earner, a position it would retain until the release of Jaws in 1975.News articles at the time proclaimed it was the first film to gross...

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