Don't Dream It's Over: The 80s Music Party Game
How much do you remember about the music of the Big '80s? Don't Dream It's Over: The '80s Music Party Game tests your knowledge of the songs, albums, lyrics, and lifestyles of hundreds of your favorite New Wave bands, New Jack swingers, and Old School rappers.
The 1000+ questions cover everything from ABC to ZZ Top, hair metal to eyeliner goth, and high top fade hip hop to spiky-haired techno pop. With nine different ways to play and questions ranked according to difficulty, everybody can join in the fun. So slip on your rubber bracelets, call all your friends, turn your home into a Culture Club, and get ready for a neon-colored synthesizer-soaked flashback that will take your breath away.
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A trivia book centering on the shallowness of 1980s music entertainment. The title from the book comes from “attempts to recreate this joyous atmosphere by digging deep into the decade and pulling out ... Read full review
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