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The 17 weirdest Christmas songs


The Daily Nonpareil - Dec 1, 2018
Remember Max Headroom? The pseudo-AI TV host from the '80s turns lounge singer with this bizarre tribute to Santa. Devo, “Merry Something to You”. You wanted a Devo Christmas song, and this is what you get. It's mostly gibberish. Duck the Halls, “Santa ...
 

“Mind The Gap!” – The life and times of a man on the move Episode 20


FinanceFeeds (blog) - Nov 11, 2018
One such example, familiar to anyone who has lived in the UK during the 1980s, is Max Headroom, a fictional artificial intelligence (AI) character, known for his wit and stuttering, distorted, electronically sampled voice. He was introduced in early 1984.
 

KALW Almanac


KALW - Nov 22, 2018
1967 The film “The Producers” premieres in Pittsburgh, PA. 1968 The Beatles' "White Album" was released. 1975 Juan Carlos was proclaimed king of Spain. 1987 Two Chicago television stations are hijacked by an unknown pirate dressed as Max Headroom.
 

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1986 Topps Max Headroom Wax box 48 Packs Very Rare


 

Garbage Pail Kids: We Hate The 80s MAX HEADROOM Original Final Art - LAYRON


 

>Vintage 1987 Coca-Cola STORE DISPLAY SIGN with MICHAEL JORDAN & MAX HEADROOM


 

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Max Headroom, The Best Bits Ever!


Another selection of great clips, from the 80's. Wow!
 

The Art of Noise with Max Headroom - Paranoimia (Official Video)


The official video for Paranoimia - '86 Version. Subscribe to the Art Of Noise channel here: smarturl.it/SubscribeToAON.
 

Max Headroom Dave Letterman Interview


Max Headroom Dave Letterman Interview.
 

Terry Wogan interviews Max Headroom


A classic interview from the 1980s.
 

The Screen Savers - 'Max Headroom's Matt Frewer Interview


Martin Sargent from The Screen Savers interviews Matt Frewer about his series, 'Max Headroom.' Originally aired June 12, 2002 on TechTV.