Why the 90s Were Awesome – Cassette Singles and Captain Planet! The Rod Kim & Vince Cirino Self Deprecating RKVC Pop Rock Pop Up Videos.
Why the 90s Were Awesome – Cassette Singles and Captain Planet!
Why the 90s were awesome with RKVC! We miss so much from the decade like cassette singles and TV shows like Captain Planet and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. All these reasons why the 90s were awesome bring us back to a time when things were much, much easier. The self-deprecating humor of RKVC was cultivating and Captain Planet was helping kids learn how to not pollute. Speaking of, have you seen the comeback of Captain Planet with Don Cheadle? Don Cheadle and his depiction of a power hungry, psychopathic Captain Planet is hilarious.
Cassette singles were a staple in why the 90s were awesome. Most of the reason of why the 90s were awesome are because of that ability to walk into a record store and scan those cassette singles for your next favorite song. Steve Urkel was also a staple of the time period with his catch phrase “Did I do that?” Also, Master Splinter guided the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in their missions for justice and peace. There’s been a few attempted comebacks of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, but none as great as the original.
So here’s a moment in honor of all the reasons why the 90s were awesome. Cassette singles, Master Splinter, Steve Urkel, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Captain Planet and all of those crazy Saturday morning cartoons. May the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles get a something like Captain Planet got from Don Cheadle. Why the 90s were awesome, let’s never forget. Also, RKVC were kids that lived it and were another reason of why the 90s were awesome. Raise your cup to why the 90s were awesome. Much love.The Self-Deprecating Romantic Pop Rock Duo of RKVC bridges the gap between songs of heartbreak and love without making you want to jump off that bridge. Rod Kim & Vince Cirino: Mixing the feel & soul of the singer/songwriter genre with a noncommittal love for modern electronic pop.