Back In The Day Quotes by Joe Buck, Raphael Saadiq, Frank Zane, Rakim, Sean Price, Linda Chavez and many others.
We all fell in love with the young Macaulay Culkin, back in the day
Back in the day people made music to go on tour. They didn’t make music to make a video.
Back in the day I took a lot of supplements and tons of amino acids. Still do. But back then it was pretty unusual. That’s how I got the nickname The Chemist.
Back in the day, music imitated life. Now it’s the opposite way around: life is imitating music. It’s like whatever the rappers say, people think that that’s how we’re supposed to be; but back then, we kind of looked at the streets, and we made music for that.
Me and my brother, Illa Noyz. We was smoking weed. A ton of weed. I had a friend who at the time sold weed, and it was just there. And we just smoke and smoke. I think we had about… and remember, this is back in the day, this might have been when niggas were still smoking White Owls.
Back in the day, a pair of tight jeans was enough to earn a girl a bad reputation. Now slutty has gone Main Street.
Now with Pro Tools, you can play with layers and 100s and 100s of tracks. When we used to do it back in the day, you had one shot, or you would have to wipe it and carry on over that track.
Back in the day, if someone said that hip hop and rap was a fad, that was a joke to me because they just didn’t know what they were talking about. In reality, there were so many people who didn’t know what they were talking about it.
All I ever wanted was to be like Mike Tyson, Muhammad Ali, Roberto Duran, Tommy Hearns, Hagler and Sugar Ray Leonard. Back in the day American people knew who they were and I want them to now know Keith ‘One Time’ Thurman.
Back in the day, when the D.J. would be playing a record, Id be on the mic trying to hype up the crowd. So once Public Enemy became a rap group, I decided that thats the role that I wanted to take on. I wanted to be the one that was hyping, because Ive always been good at it. I can hype up any crowd.
Times have changed since 2002 when I won a spot in the group ‘Popstars.’ Back in the day we would get fan letters in the mail, now you can find anyone and contact people. It’s incredible how fans can have a personal connection, share photos, stories.
I’m always down to do a sitcom. I did ‘That ’80s Show’ back in the day and that was a really great experience.
Today we’ve learned to celebrate mediocrity. Back in the day we had creative artists; today we have created artists.
Newton had a very good description of gravity, back in the day, and then Einstein came along and dug a little bit deeper. Science is like peeling an onion. You go deeper and deeper and deeper, and it doesn’t stop. It’s not like you will get to a right answer.
Back in the day, fans wrote letters to groups – you’d get them, although it could take a while. Now, artists can go online and there’s discussions about what you should and shouldn’t be doing. The minute you announce that you’re recording an album, thousands of people are telling you what that album should be.
I think people fail to realize that teams and organizations have been stacking teams since way back in the day.
I had some things I had to fix. It took me 14 years to do it. But it was never really fun back in the day to work with directors who were a lot older and were like authoritarian and talking to you like that.