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Make a wish list for gifts, suggest standard repertoire, let students know which books to buy, boast about pieces you've mastered: Music Lists are as unique as the musician! So we decided to get nostalgic here at Gurl and look back on the ’90s version of tech toys.
The Tiger Electronics games were so much fun back then, even with it’s tiny screen and terrible resolution.
Fun fact: the Talkboy was created especially for Home Alone 2, but it gained so much popularity from the movie that they had no choice but to make it a real toy.
I’m not entirely sure what this had to do with Clueless, but this hands-free phone was just plain awesome. This magical game allowed you to put ugly rocks in a machine… and get shiny, pretty jewels in return! Before Apple created MacBooks that weigh, like, 2 pounds and are as thin as a piece of cardboard, there were these. Sega created their own answer to the Game Boy – and while it might not have been as eternally cool, it was still pretty awesome.

I remember everything on this list, though I didn’t have everything like the hit clips but I wanted one! Oh dear, I so remember owning a Nintendo 64 (I still have it I think), a Gameboy, Hit Clips, and I think I owned a Password Journal?
Okay, so maybe you could only play 1 minute of your fave songs, but these things were still pretty awesome.
It only played a 30 minute tape, but it didn’t matter because you could watch your favorite shows wherever you wanted. Hot dudes answered the phone and gave you hints on who liked you – what could be better?
Second of all: dressing an electronic Barbie doll was so much better than dressing a real one – there were endless possibilities! Not sure what we did exactly with voice recorders when we were kids, but all I remember is that they were super entertaining. Except you kind of had to put them together to create anything actually beautiful – and my tries were usually a fail. We do not use or store email addresses from this form for any other purpose than sending your share email.
Remember when you were a kid, and the most technologically advanced thing you had was a fake cell phone?

Now young choirs can celebrate the history of Rock 'n' Roll in a 30-minute show that explores the music of the 50's, 60's 70's, 80's and 90's and 2000+. Using dialog ripped from the headlines of the day, John Jacobson's choreography and a breezy light style, this will be a show that's a snap to learn and fun to perform. Feel free to recommend similar pieces if you liked this piece, or alternatives if you didn't. These carefully sequenced collections correlate with I Used to Play Piano: Refresher Course, Alfred Item# 22166. Titles: Arabian Nights * Beauty and the Beast * Can You Feel the Love Tonight * Fame * Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) * Heaven Is a Place on Earth * I'll Be There for You * The Imperial March (Darth Vader's Theme) * Open Arms * Take My Breath Away * That's What Friends Are For * The Wind Beneath My Wings. Avoid disclosing contact information (email addresses, phone numbers, etc.), or including URLs, time-sensitive material or alternative ordering information. All submitted reviews become the licensed property of Sheet Music Plus and are subject to all laws pertaining thereto.
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