children, earlier, vor longer, looooong time, there were times Music Television. That was how Radio, only with picture. radio? Oh, forget it… At that time, MTV was there damn big and has a lot of Music shown. In between there were so right Advertising without Ringtones, the always again small movies around the iconic big „m“ have shown. These station logos are represented again in a creative and freaky way not only the respective youth attitude at the time, but simply to chat and were sometimes not seldom real little works of art. WilmsterUK has all grouped together and takes us in 65 Minutes on a journey of 1981 to 1995.
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