Twisted Mix Tape Tuesday: Doc Martens, Flannel, and Angst (or me as a teen)

So today Jen Kehl and crew over Twisted Mix Tape Tuesday asked for the 5 songs that made us who we are!  Well folks, I’ve already done this post!  And since I had a work lunch today, that’s very fortunate for me (as I have zero writing time)!  Go check out the Five Albums (with corresponding favorite songs) that defined my teenage years because, let’s face it, our teenage years have a HUGE influence on who we become.

Five for Friday: 5 Albums That Defined My Teenage Years.

 

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Those 5 albums yielded this…..yikes.

 

Stay positive & love your life!

 

-Melissa

 

Today:

Listening to:  Naked Eyes – Always Something There To Remind Me

 

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7 thoughts on “Twisted Mix Tape Tuesday: Doc Martens, Flannel, and Angst (or me as a teen)

  1. we’re a decade apart in age and yet, we listened to the exact same music, then. All excellent choices. That Live album is strong. White:Discussion is so underrated.

  2. Sounds like we were the same teenager!

  3. I read your list on the other post. I totally forgot about that Live album. That got a lot of play on my discman too.

  4. You’re so right. There is no music like teenage music to make us who we are. So. Right.

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