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The Nostalgia Machine

I'm not exactly sure but I've been having bad cases of nostalgia for the past days now.  Be it TV shows or products I loved when I was younger -- it just washes over me in huge waves.

I think you would all agree that the easiest way to enjoy a nice dose of nostalgic musings from your yesteryear would be listening to old songs.  Pop, rock, rnb, funk -- whatever keeps you grooving. 

YouTube makes it easier to search for those goodies; but for those who want to browse by year these songs hit the airwaves, there's The Nostalgia Machine.

http://thenostalgiamachine.com/


The Nostalgia Machine website lists down a number of hits from past years (from 1960 to 2013). A simple enough format, really.  As their site states; "For maximum nostalgia, pick a childhood year." and you'll be given good selection of songs chosen from the Billboard Year-End Hot 100 Singles list no OPM oldies here, folks.)


Source: The Nostalgia Machine website

I love cruisin' down memory lane with the songs that made my childhood extra, extra special.  Takes me back to a simpler time. 

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  1. Awesome discovery! I get so emo whenever I listen to songs during my childhood. I'll check this out nga. :P

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