Goo Goo Dolls and Daughtry with Plain White Ts
Many people remember the 80s as the decade when pop culture seemed to be ruled by Madonnas latest fashion statement, Duran Durans early boy band appeal, and the apparently endless list of hair metal bands that, even at the time, seemed impossible to tell apart. However, there was something else going on in the 80s that was a quiet continuation of the alternative scene that broke in England in 1977 with the Sex Pistols and the Clash. There were plenty of kids who felt the same frustration and outright… Show more
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