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Buggles - Video killed the radio star 1979
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Buggles - Video killed the radio star 1979 - first music video to ever be played on MTv when it was still "Music Television". Who knew that reality TV would kill the videos???
Buggles "Video Killed The Radio Star' - Technically a 70's song, but the first video played on MTV today in 1981...actually watched this with my husband (were not married at the time).
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El 1 de agosto de 1981 a las 12:01 es trasmitido por primera vez en televisión el video de Video Killed a Radio Star de The Buggles, dando inicio al primer canal que trasmitia videos 24 horas al día: MTV
A Flock Of Seagulls - I Ran (So Far Away) 
I love this song - from when I wasn't young but I twernt old.
The Buggles "Video Killed The Radio Star" ...no matter how many times I hear this I somehow never get tired of it.
Dancing was a lot of fun in the 1950s. Remember running home after school for Dick Clark. We were so innocent compared to the kids today and I would not have it any other way
Blondie - Heart of Glass 1979 Video TopPop stereo widescreen
video killed the radio star
I didn't think I was going to like this song, but I actually kinda do. Internet Killed The Video Star by The Limousines.
Kiss - I Was Made For Lovin' You (1979)
U2: Where the Streets Have No Name: U2 doing a reality TV video... at least a decade before reality TV was cool. U2 during the Joshua Tree years... it doesn't get much better. Timeless.
Foreigner - Urgent (1981) - Original Music Video - one of my favorite bands of the 70's & 80's - loved them
Michael Jackson - Rock With You (1979)
One of my favs
Love the latter songs....so much meaning