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  • hoo... look at that album line-up. brings back memories of my childhood. just turned 32 today, and seein' those old hairstyles put a grin on my mug (not thay I had one like that, I'm messkin). the music was constantly blared on my boombox (aka ghettoblaster), and tv play by ed lover & dr. dre.

    Peace On Earth, Goodwill To Men

  • Did you notice that, even in Dutch, the boombox is called "ghettoblaster"?

    Just Click on It

  • On a makeshift stage a ghettoblaster had been hooked up to a guitar amplifier, a large Marshall job with separate amp and speaker-bin.

    Mortal Causes

  • Again, quite why you'd want to spend the extra cash on that is beyond us, unless you want to relive the 80s and walk around with a ghettoblaster on your shoulder.

    The Inquirer

  • Pick up your Sunday colour supplement - there's a hand-drawn Shakespearean Soul brother toting a ghettoblaster on the front.

    Netvouz - new bookmarks

  • However, there's a little fringing transpiring along the rim of the left ghettoblaster speaker, but it certainly doesn't detract from the awesomeness of the pose.

    infoSync World

  • Remember Jasin Dollin's little urban vinyl ghettoblaster dubbed Lil'g I featured on TRE a while's back?

    TOYSREVILs I LIKE TOYS

  • Swing by Mela's and grab the ghettoblaster poses which includes the boom box for 1L!

    World of SL

  • June 27th, 2009 LONDON - England football coach Fabio Capello has placed a ban on listening to music in the dressing room. iverpool's Steven Gerrard said Coach Capello had banned the players 'ghettoblaster from the dressing room, adding that all the players now sit and listen to their own stuff on their iPods.

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • I'm talking literally here - he spends an entire track bragging on not his ride, not his girl, not his crib ... but on his boom box. that's right, a whole track giving an ode to the ghettoblaster craze of the 80's. he rhymes about figuring out the money game growing up, getting his rap game to where he's at now, and gives the diss track a retro treatment (all you ugly rappers need to go home and comb your face) along with Aesop Rock. all in all, the songs may come off sounding misplaced among the other 2005 releases after the first listen, but that's his intent; this is hip-hop from a different era, refined and brought back to us. the album comes out a week from today on Rhymesayers [more info here].

    I was eleven then (Music (For Robots))

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