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The Nostalgia Machine
The Nostalgia Machine
An epic deep dive into the construction and filming of Waterworld’s floating city!
Hey Everyone, Remember the days where PS2 and PS portable were we use to play games! :D This cover song is dedicated to you guys! A cover version of GTA – Liberty City Stories theme song made using music software. Genre – Hip/Hop
I remember a couple of these in my city growing up: Photo Bug drive thru film development
Alert – Nostalgic moment ahead. Back to the days where I played this game on PSP! Good old days! My tribute to one of the amazing GTA game! A cover version of GTA VICE CITY STORIES – Main theme, made using FL Studio as DAW.
Dog City series is not in stock I want it to be in stock
Commander Mark hosting “The Secret City”, the drawing show on PBS after Bob Ross.
Back in 2001’s alternative rock era, this underrated band Pressure 4-5 had a presence at Ozzfest and MTV. Shame their fame didn’t grow. Vocalist Adam Rich is now a high school principal at a school in the city where Papa Roach comes from, Vacaville.
Does anyone else remember this really random TV show about a bunch of teens living in a post apocalyptic city?! It was called ‘The Tribe’.
New Jack City
New York City – 1992
DirecTV at Circuit City | Television Commercial | 1997
Anyone else have a Micro Machines city like this?
I remember the fun thing about these Hot Wheels sets was you could combine them and essentially make your own city.
Bug City – when you finished them you could keep live bugs in the container
Stuart Little: Big City Adventures game
Who remembers learning to draw? with the Secret City?
Meg Ryan was my first crush… love, really. How could you not fall in love with a face like that? Eyes so blue you could get lost in, a button nose that you’d just want to pinch, and a voice so wanting and giving that all you ever wanted to do was protect her. An angel lost in the City of Angels…
lauryn hill by johnathan mannion. new york city. 1998.
Opening of Circuit City on Route 18 in East Brunswick, NJ – November 1998 (photos by Jason Towlen).
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