The Hideout Time Machine takes you back in time, by way of wacky and fun items and also interesting
videos and songs from days gone by which I've gathered from various YouTube videos out there!

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2nd Most Influential Black Man in The World Speaks Out

Labrinth - Express Yourself

Roots Manuva - Juggle Tings Proper

Cee-Lo Green - Bright Lights

Cee-Lo Green - 'What Part Of Forever'

Cee-Lo Green - Crazy

Cee Lo Green - Forget You - Radio 1 Live Lounge

Smokey Robinson & The Miracles-The Tears Of A Clown

Al Green-Lets Stay Together


Aretha Franklin - I say a little prayer

Donna Summer Love To Love You Baby

Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You

Coolio- Gangsta's Paradise

D-Nice They Call Me D-Nice

Big Daddy Kane - Smooth Operator

BUSTA RHYMES - Dangerous


Doug E. Fresh the original Human Beat Box - Beatbox Battle TV

Tone Loc - Wild Thing

Eminem - My Name Is

Tone Loc - Funky Cold Medina

Biz Markie - Just A Friend

Vanilla Ice - Ice Ice Baby

LL Cool J - Round the way girl

LL Cool J - Mama Said Knock You Out

Sly and the Family Stone - Dance to the Music

Eric Burdon & War - Spill The Wine

Biggest Afro Hair In The World - Guinness World Record

Over the years, bandages have evolved from cloth to liquid bandages. It just so happened that common household bandages
were "flesh" colored. In other words "caucasian" colored. This didn't work well, for looking inconspicuous when applied
to the wounds of African Americans. In the 1970s "Soul-Aids" was born. Why didn't these become a common product in
todays stores? Probably because it wasn't really available in stores at the time and could only be purchased directly from
the manufacturer. If you are like me, you want something as simple as a "bandage" available without the hassle and wait.

Pharrell Williams - Happy (Official Music Video)

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