A teen rock band is abducted to a cartoon fantasy world where music is the key to defeating their enemies and finding their way home.
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1985   1984  
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 Master Blaster 26 episodes, 1984-1985
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At the beginning of each episode, Kidd Video and the rest of his basement-band are live-action characters who get forced into a bizarre and animated world by the hands of the evil (and animated) record producer Master Blaster. They become animated themselves, but always find their way back to the "real world" and foil the nefarious plans of Master Blaster, and just in time to play a song before the show ends. Written by Adam Thomas <adam_g_thomas@yahoo.com>

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TV-Y7
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The band's nemesis Master Blaster is named for Stevie Wonder's 1980 hit song "Master Blaster (Jammin')". See more »

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Featured in Back to Next Saturday (1985) See more »

Soundtracks

It's Over When the Phone Stops Ringing
Written by Holly Knight and Bernie Taupin
Performed by Kidd Video / Lead vocals by Gabriela Nelson
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Another great 80's saturday morning cartoon to cherish.
13 March 2002 | by (Pennsylvania) – See all my reviews

This was saturday morning's answer to MTV. Get a rock n roll band make them into cartoons, stop the villan that sent them there, and you have what has to be a cartoon show that helps symbolizes what the 80's were all about! music videos cartoon style! I wish they air reruns of this show, it was way cool when I remembered it, and now that the 80's are coming back, they should, if not, must bring it back on T.V. Maybe so another new generation of kids will enjoy this the same way we did almost 2 decades ago!


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