90s

10 Amazing Performances From MTV's 'Unplugged' To Celebrate Its Return

One of most memorable music shows of all time was MTV Unplugged. The show was a raw look at musicians as they laid everything bare for the audience. There was no makeup, no amp or DJ. The musicians had to rely purely on their skill and sound. It was a time when music was still real. MTV is bringing the show back to your televisions in an effort to bring back this great music tradition. Here are 10 of the best unplugged concerts from the 90s. 1. Bon JoviWhile technically it wasn't a true episode of Unplugged, the show had

70s

Debbie Harry Is A Psychic, And 11 Other Things About Blondie That Will Make You Say "What?"

The eclectic American rock band, Blondie, started as an underground band in the mid-seventies. It wasn't until 1978, when they released their iconic album Parallel Lines, that the band gained better recognition. Over the next few decades, the band's hits often reached number one on charts across the globe helping them cement their place in the music industry. In 2006, Blondie was induced into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame further proving that they are one of the best pop-rock bands to come out of the 1970s. The original band members, Debbie Harry and Chris Stein, are still releasing

90s

The Strange Story Behind The Tetris Theme Song - Including Its Original Lyrics

If you grew up in the '80s or '90s, you can probably still see the iconic Tetris blocks falling when you close your eyes.Abandonware DosThe classic puzzle game of matching blocks and disappearing lines has a long and strange history that stretches throughout the final years of the Cold War. Tetris was originally created by Alexey Pajitnov, an artificial intelligence researcher at Moscow's Soviet Academy of Sciences.Pajitnov and his son.Pajitnov was working at the Academy's Computer Center in 1984, and would test the new hardware's strength by designing simple games. His creations were shared between departments, and

00s

'Josie And The Pussycats' Cast Reunited For The First Time In 15 Years

With all the excitement surrounding the Josie and the Pussycats album release on vinyl, it makes sense that the cast would share some memories about making the movie. What we didn't expect was that the whole cast would get back together and remind us why they were the best fake band ever! Universal PicturesThey album release was celebrated by the actors and the band who were the voices behind the hit songs, and it made us all feel like we were back in 2001. Universal PicturesKay Hanley and her band, Letters to Cleo, sang through five songs that were made