Time Machine Tuesday®

A weekly exploration of one year in music history.

1987

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Time Machine Tuesday October 20, 2020
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In 1987, the Irish band U2's album The Joshua Tree explored the difference between the myth and the reality of America, and it became the soundtrack of the year. Meanwhile, the Sunset Strip in L.A. was where rockers went to dream, and Guns N Roses delivered their studio debut, Appetite for Destruction. George Michael had "Faith"; Michael Jackson was "Bad"; and Whitney just wanted to dance with somebody. And in addition to the music, the Twins brought the World Series to Minnesota, where Prince opened his studio Paisley Park and released "Sign O' The Times," a double album that documented the world as it was.

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