In Which a Person Continues to Long for Eras She Did Not Live Through*, vintage Rolling Stone Magazines Part 2

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I mean..

Springsteen. Speechless. (1974)

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Well, well, well. Who knew Casio was so ahead of the game with sleek ‘credit card-sized’ portable music devices? What I want to know is if they came with a headband. And how much radiation they emitted. (1985)

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Feeeeeeeee-eeed the Wooooorrld!

I can’t even with this spread. A BEARDED Elvis Costello, top left, and George Michaels’ captured while dueting with Elton John? Stop it. (1985, duh.)

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1985 really had everything.

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A little John Cusack and Martin Short. (1985.)
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Lily F’in Tomlin (1974)
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Always the best graphic design. (1974)
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Lou Reed and Grace Jones shilled for Honda?! (1985)
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A fresh-faced Aimee Mann, long before The Both. (1985)
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Koala Costner (1985)
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Benetton. I had to. (1985)

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Classic. It’s too bad that Converse is such a vile enterprise now. (1985)

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What must it have been like to be aware of popular music when Prince hit the scene? *I was an embryo. (1985).

Yes, I bounced between 1974 and 1985.

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