The show tried to reunite Generation X. But when Haleem showed up at Billy Idol's house, Idol slammed the door in his face. Idol then trapped Haleem and the crew by closing his front gate. He eventually let them free. See more »
This VH1 T.V. show is about bands from the 80's that have broken up. Aamer Haleem trys to hunt down the members of these certain bands and get them to come back together so they can chat and have a one night only concert for there fans. They have attempted at regrouping ten bands so far. You may not remember there names because most of them only had a few big hits before they became unheard of. The ten bands include A Flock of Seagulls (They sang "I Ran" and "Telecomunications"), Kajagoogoo (They sang "Too Shy" and "Ooh To Be Ah"), Berlin (They sang "Take My Breath Away" from Top Gun and "The Metro"), Klymaxx (They sang "I Miss You" and "The Men All Pause"), Dramarama (They sang "Wonderamland" and "Anything Anything"), Romeo Void (They sang "Never Say Never" and "Say No"), Extreme (They sang "Little Girls" and "More Than Words"), Squeeze (They sang "Black Coffe In Bed" and "Hour Glass"), Frankie Goes to Hollywood (They sang "Relax" and "Two Tribes"), and finally The Alarm (They sang "Stand" and "Sold Me Down The River".) It is very entertaining to see how much the band members have changed. I think the best episodes are the ones on Berlin and A Flock of Seagulls. Most of the groups hadn't seen each other in up to twenty years. Some groups are happy to get together and they heal the pain they had in the past. Some of the groups, Frankie Goes To Hollywood for example, don't want to see each other and won't perform. It is a very entertaining show and is interesting to see how much has changed.
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