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Mentions of the boombox in songs, movies, television, film and print


The Survivors 1981
Wild Style 1982
Flashdance 1983
Breakin' 1984
Body Rock 1984
Krush Groove 1984
Barry Gordy's The Last Dragon 1985
A View to a Kill 1985
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home 1986
Do The Right Thing 1989
Pump Up The Volume 1990
Bad Boys 1983


Miami Vice 198?
Sure Deodorant Commercial 1979
JVC Quintet Commercial 1981
Energizer Battery Commercial 1982
Crazy Eddie Consumer Electronics Store Commercial 1982

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Bjork, There's More to Life Than This
Dirty Vegas, Without You

Andrew and his sister's boombox from the 80's 



Portable music player

boombox is a transistorized portable music player featuring one or two cassette tape recorder/players and AM/FM radio, generally with a carrying handle. Beginning in the mid 1980s, a CD player was often included.[1] Sound is delivered through an amplifier and two or more integrated loudspeakers. A boombox is a device typically capable of receiving radio stations and playing recorded music (usually cassettes or CDs usually at a high volume). Many models are also capable of recording onto cassette tapes from radio and other sources. In the 1990s, some boomboxes were available with minidisc recorders and players. Designed for portability, boomboxes can be powered by batteries as well as by line current. The boombox was introduced to the American market during the late 1970s. The desire for louder and heavier bass led to bigger and heavier boxes; by the 1980s, some boomboxes had reached the size of a suitcase. Some larger boomboxes even contained vertically mounted record turntables. Most boomboxes were battery-operated, leading to extremely heavy, bulky boxes.it

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George Harrison

Roy Orbison

Jeff Lynne

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Top 20 songs of 1970


SIMON & GARFUNKEL - Bridge Over Troubled Water
JACKSON 5 - I'll Be There
BEATLES - The Long and Winding Road
SLY & THE FAMILY STONE - Thank You Falletinme Be Mice Elf Agin
LED ZEPPELIN - Whole Lotta Love
B.J. THOMAS - Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head
GUESS WHO - American Woman
NEIL DIAMOND - Cracklin' Rosie
SANTANA - Evil Ways
RARE EARTH - Get Ready
JOHN ONO LENNON - Instant Karma
ERIC BURDON & WAR - Spill The Wine
CHICAGO - 25 or 6 to 4
STEVIE WONDER - Signed, Sealed, Delivered
FREE - All Right 










 The 20 Songs of the Eighties 

The spotlight this  February  2023  the Carpenters featuring Karen Carpenter

1983 - Karen Carpenter

Karen Carpenter died aged 32 of a cardiac arrest at her parent's house in Downey, California; the coroner's report gave the cause of death of imbalances associated with anorexia nervosa. The Carpenters 1970 album Close to You, featured two hit singles: ‘(They Long to Be) Close to You’ and ‘We've Only Just Begun.’ They peaked at No.1 and No.2, on the US chart. In 1975 - in Playboy's annual opinion poll; its readers voted Karen Carpenter the Best Rock Drummer of the year.

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TOP Songs of the 80's 

 1. Billie Jean - Michael Jackson
  2. Every Breath You Take - The Police
  3. When Doves Cry - Prince
  4. Sexual Healing - Marvin Gaye
  5. I Love Rock 'N' Roll - Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
  6. Don't You Want Me? - The Human League
  7. Tainted Love - Soft Cell
  8. Like a Virgin - Madonna
  9. The Message - Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five
10. Beat It - Michael Jackson
11. Sweet Dreams - Eurythmics
12. Sweet Child O' Mine - Guns N' Roses
13. Call Me - Blondie
14. Celebration - Kool & The Gang
15. Super Freak Part I - Rick James
16. Another One Bites the Dust - Queen
17. You Shook Me All Night Long - AC/DC
18. Walk This Way - Run-D.M.C.
19. Whip It - Devo

 20. Girls Just Want to Have Fun- Cynda Lauper



1969 - Bobby Brown

1944 - Al Kooper

1941 - Barrett Strong

1929 - Hal Blaine


 Seventies and Eighties  Music featured artist and album