DO TEENS KNOW 80s MUSIC? (REACT: Do They Know It?)

DO TEENS KNOW 80s MUSIC? (REACT: Do They Know It?)

♪ (upbeat theme music) ♪ – (Finebros) Today we’re gonna see
how well you know music from the 1980s.
– This is gonna be so bad. – Oh god. – Yay! I love ’80s music. – I’m, like, really scared
I’m gonna screw up. – I always get the ’60s,
’70s, ’80s mixed up. So I don’t want to say
something and sound dumb. – I know Bon Jovi, Van Halen.
I know Madonna. Let’s do this! ♪ (funky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Let’s get physical, physical ♪
– Oh, I love this song. – (singing along) ♪ I wanna get physical ♪ – It’s Madonna. Isn’t it?
– ♪ Let’s get into physical ♪ – I already love this. – Olivia Newton-John,
“Let’s Get Physical.” – This is, um, what’s-her-face
from Grease. I forget her name. – ♪ Let’s get physical ♪
– (singing along) ♪ Physical ♪ ♪ Physical ♪
– ♪ Physical ♪ ♪ I wanna get physical ♪ – Dude, I don’t know
the song, but I like it. – (Finebros) Do you know it?
– “Let’s Get Physical” by… Cher? – Is it Paula Abdul? – I want to say it’s Madonna. – It’s “Physical” by
the woman from Grease. – Olivia Newton-John, “Physical.” – This is “Physical”
by Olivia Newton-John. – (babbles) Come on. – That doesn’t even sound familiar to me. – Oh, from Grease! (laughs) – [Bleep], that’s a Grease girl. It was like a craze.
It was like the workout craze. And they would all wear
bright workout colors and dance. ♪ (funky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Too-ra-loo-ra ♪
– Oh. God, I know this! – I know this. I know this song. – ♪ And you’ll hum this tune forever ♪ – It’s, uh, “Come On Eileen.” – (singing along) ♪ Come on, Eileen ♪ – ♪ Oh, I swear what he means ♪ – I can’t understand
a word they’re saying. – (imitating weird accents)
♪ Take off everything ♪ – ♪ That pretty red dress ♪ – I love this song! Why can’t
I remember who it’s by? – All right, so it definitely
sounds like Britpop. – It’s gonna kill me. I can’t
figure out who sings this. – Seriously, songs from
the ’80s are so good! – (Finebros) Do you know it?
– I don’t know it. – I’ve heard it somewhere. – It’s “Come On Eileen.” I don’t remember who it’s by though. – It’s “Come On Eileen.” And… shoot. (desperately) Who sings this? – (Finebros) This one is “Come On Eileen” by Dexys Midnight Runners.
– Dexys Midnight Runners. Very interesting. – This one honestly I heard it
from Perks of Being a Wallflower. – I heard it when I was young. And then it was on the
Perks of Being a Wallflower soundtrack. And that’s how I got back into the song. – (giggling) Is it like a one-hit
wonder or something? ♪ (funky interlude) ♪ – ♪ I’ll be coming for your love, okay? ♪ ♪ Take on me ♪
– Oh yes! – A-ha, “Take On Me.” ♪ Take on me ♪ – ♪ Take me ♪ – This is definitely from Just Dance. That’s where I learned this song. – ♪ Take on me ♪ – (singing along) ♪ I’ll be gone ♪ – (singing along, high-pitched)
♪ In a day or twoooo ♪ – ♪ …oooo ♪ (hacks) – That guy’s got some good vocal range. – I remember the Jonas Brothers
covered this; it was terrible. – (Finebros) Now, do you know it?
– It’s “Take On Me.” – It’s “Take On Me,” and it’s by… (regretfully) I don’t know. – “Take On Me” by A-ha. – Take On Me,” A-ha! – (Finebros) This was “Take On Me”
by the band A-ha. – A-ha? Just A-ha? – I’ve never heard of A-ha. – A-ha! I got it. ♪ (funky interlude) ♪ ♪ (rattling intro) ♪ ♪ (beat plays) ♪
– ♪ This beat is my recital ♪ – (singing along)
♪ I think it’s very vital ♪ – ♪ To rock a rhyme that’s right on time ♪
– I know this song. – ♪ It’s tricky, tricky, yo, here we go ♪
♪ (funky hip hop) ♪ – (singing along)
♪ It’s tricky to rock a rhyme ♪ – (singing along) ♪ To rock a rhyme
that’s right on time ♪ ♪ It’s tricky ♪ – ♪ It’s tricky, tricky, tricky, tricky ♪ – Oh. Is this Run–D.M.C.? – ♪ That’s right on time, it’s tricky ♪ ♪ Tr-tr-tr-tricky, tricky ♪
– This is a good jam. (no music)
– ♪ I met this little girly ♪ ♪ Her hair was kind of curly ♪ – (Finebros) How about
this one? Do you know it? – “Trippy”? I think that’s what they were saying. – I have no idea who sings this. – Is it Beastie Boys? – MC Hammer maybe? – I don’t know the song,
but I think it’s Run–D.M.C. – It’s “Tricky” by Run–D.M.C. – (Finebros) This is “It’s Tricky” by the popular rap group Run–D.M.C. – Okay. Don’t know who that is. – I’ve seen people
wear T-shirts like that. – My only association with Run–D.M.C. is they did a song with Aerosmith. – I wouldn’t even consider that rap. I thought that was more like pop. – It’s like happy rap,
which you don’t see enough. ♪ (funky interlude) ♪ ♪ (gothic rock music) ♪ – ♪ However far away ♪ ♪ I will always love you ♪ – Oh. Oh. Oh. “Always…”
oh, this is The Cure. – ♪ I will always love you ♪
– (mouths along) – My mom always sings this song. – ♪ I will always love you ♪
– (mouths along) – ♪ I will always love… ♪ oh my god. ♪ (song fades out) ♪
– It’s cute. It’s a cute song. – This is, like,
the beginning of alternative. – It’s such a good song,
but I have no idea what it is. – (Finebros) How about
this one? Do you know it? – No. I’ve never heard that song. – “I’ll Always Love You”
or something along those lines? – I’m guessing “I Will Always Love You.” – It sounds along the lines of
The Smiths and Depeche Mode. – That is “Pictures of You” by The Cure. – (Finebros) Actually,
it’s “Lovesong” by The Cure. – Oh, pfff. “Lovesong.” – I’ve never heard of The Cure. – Oh, The Cure. I’ve heard
that name before. – Oh, The Cure! I should have known! My dad has a bunch of their albums. – Oh god, I am so sorry, Father. ♪ (funky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Out of the sky ♪ ♪ I close my eyes ♪
– I’m getting Celine Dion feels. – ♪ Heaven help me ♪
– It’s “Like a Prayer” by Madonna. – ♪ When you call my name ♪
– (mouthing along) – (singing along)
♪ It’s like a little prayer ♪ – ♪ I’m down on my knees ♪ ♪ I wanna take you there ♪
– Whoa, she just said something that could be really
interpreted in a different way. – I have no idea what this is. – It’s really catchy. – (singing along) ♪ I’ll take you there ♪ (music stops)
♪ I hear your voice ♪ ♪ Oh god, I think I’m falling ♪ Okay, “Like a Prayer” by Madonna. – (Finebros) Do you know it?
– No. – Is it “Take You There” by Paula Abdul? – “I’ll Take You There” by… ABBA. – “Like a Prayer” by Madonna. She’s like the queen of the ’80s. – It’s “Like a Prayer” by Madonna. My mom would be so mad
if I didn’t know this. – (Finebros) This is
“Like a Prayer” by Madonna. – Really? – Oh, what? – Madonna? Oh. – (Finebros) The music video for this song was pretty controversial,
because it featured burning crosses and Madonna cutting her hands
as if she was being crucified. The Vatican even condemned the video. – That’s how you know you’re edgy, if the Vatican is like,
“No, screw that, man.” – If a video like that was
put out today, no one would care. – I think what she does is great,
because she sparks controversy. She gets people talking. I just think that she is… a true legend. ♪ (funky interlude) ♪ – ♪ ‘Cause I know what it means ♪ ♪ To walk along
the lonely street of dreams ♪ – Oh, I know this song. ♪ (rock buildup) ♪ – ♪ An’ here I go again ♪
– (mouthing along) – ♪ On my own ♪
– Oh, I know this song. Yeah, who doesn’t know this song? – (singing along) ♪ Goin’ down
the only road I’ve ever known ♪ – This is a classic dad song. – ♪ Like a drifter,
I was born to walk alone ♪ – I like the electric guitars
in the background. – It’s probably something
my mom would listen to. – ♪ My mind ♪
– Sounds like Bon Jovi. – ♪ But here I go again ♪ – I don’t know, but
it’s definitely a hair band. – (Finebros) All right,
so this one– do you know it? – I have no idea. – “Here I Go Again.” – I’m assuming the song’s
called “Here I Go Again.” I don’t know who the artist is. – I’m just gonna guess Rolling Stones ’cause I can’t think of
any other band right now. – I feel like there were
a lot of singers in the ’80s that had long hair
and they played the guitar and they were all named George. So I’m gonna say his name is George. – (Finebros) This is “Here
I Go Again” by Whitesnake. – Whitesnake, argh. – Oh shoot! – Yeah, I’ve never heard of Whitesnake. – (Finebros) Whitesnake is part
of a popular genre in the ’80s called “glam metal” or “hair metal.” And this is why.
– (amused) Oh my. – These guys are beautiful, man. – It’s making me really uncomfortable. – The ’80s were such a weird time. ♪ (funky interlude) ♪ – Thanks for watching
this episode of Do They Know it? on the React channel. – New shows every week!
Don’t forget to subscribe. – What are your favorite ’80s songs?
Let us know in the comments. – ♪ Here I go again with goodbyes ♪ ♪ (upbeat theme music) ♪



    (F yall 12 year olds who think youre so cool because you know some songs)

  2. 1. Knew the song.
    2. Knew the song and artist
    3. Knew the song
    4. Knew the song and artist
    5. Knew the artist.
    6. Didn't get it before the first kid said it, but I would have probably picked both up before the end.
    7.Knew the song.

    Wasn't really expecting anything, pleasantly surprised by "Come On Eileen".

  3. Thought they were gonna make them listen to Dancing In The Dark, Glory Days or Born In The U.S.A since it was so popular

  4. As soon as here I go again, by whitesnake came on I started fan girling and singing along and they we just sitting there… come on guys

  5. Do Teens know 90's TV Shows like:

    Stargate SG-1, Nash Bridges, The X-Files, Farscape, Jag, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Highlander, Babylon 5, Walker Texas Ranger, SeaQuest, The Practice, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers & Mortal Kombat Conquest.

  6. I love rock/metal so the only song i got was Whitesnake here i go again… i thought they were gonna play a bunch of rock songs ffs

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