DD TV Glam Pop Party – the legacy

The most celebrated pop/rock albums:

Jimy Hendrix’s Electric Ladyland

Beatles’s Sgt. Pepper and Lonely Hearts

Pink Floyd’s Dark side of the moon

Duran Duran’s Rio

T-Rex’s Electric Warrior

David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars

Michael Jackson’s Thriller

Nirvana’s Never mind

U2’s the Joshua tree

Sex Pistols’s Never mind the b*llocks

Metallica’s The black album

Bruce Springsteen’s Born in the USA

Madonna’s Like a Virgin

Spice Girls’s Spice Girls

Bob Dylan’s Mr. Tamborine

Queen’s A night at the opera

Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours

Abba – Abba

Velvet Underground – Velvet Underground

Santana’s Abraxas

AC/DC Back in black


The most celebrated dead icons:

John Lennon

Elvis Presley

Kurt Cobain

Freddie Mercury

Michael Jackson

Bernard Edwards

James Dean

Janis Joplin

Frank Zappa

Brian Jones

Paul Walker

Whitney Houston

Amy Winehouse

Donna Summer

Lady Diana Spencer the People’s Princess

Pope John Paul II

Mother Theresa from Calcutta

Lou Reed

John Belushi

Jimy Hendrix

Bob Marley

Edith Piaf

John Bonham

Robert Palmer


The most celebrated elements in a legacy: quotes, monuments, “watersheds”:

Pop art and the Andy Warhol’s quotes

The Oscar Wilde’s quotes

E = mc2

The wall of Berlin

Ground Zero in New York City

“Punks not dead”

“Good music is dead”

“Record companies are dead”

“1985 Live Aid” and the charity gigs


Digital download and file sharing


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