Watch Current College Kids Try To Guess The Title And Artist Of Popular '80s Tunes

In case you wanted to feel old today.

"This is from the Vine with the chihuahua."

That's the reaction one college kid had to hearing Def Leppard's "Pour Some Sugar on Me." If that makes you feel old, sad, and out of touch, you're not alone. But if it's any consolation, '80s music is amazing, so really they're the ones missing out. 

In a new video from Fine Brothers Entertainment, eight college kids try to guess the title and artist of seven songs from the '80s. For those unfamiliar with the YouTube channel, it's famous for showing the reactions of different generations to a variety of music, food, games, films, TV shows, and more. For example, in the past, we've seniors give their honest opinions to Beyoncé's Lemonade, teens try to guess the names of pop-punk songs from the early 2000s, and parents try to figure out modern teen slang. The videos are so fun to watch because they remind people of the past (or introduce them to it!) and encourage them to learn more about the pop culture of the present. Plus, we've seen some pretty hilarious reactions

In the most recent video, college-aged kids put on their headphones and heard songs such as Diana Ross' "I'm Coming Out," U2's "With or Without You," and "Another One Bites The Dust" by Queen. After listening, they're asked about whether they've heard the song before or not, and whether they can name the title and artist. 

The amount of "I've never heard of thems" uttered in this video hurts our soul. Seriously, no one at all could guess Sade after hearing "Smooth Operator" or Public Enemy after "Fight the Power" filled their headphones. Most had never heard of Def Leppard either and seemed to only know U2 existed because Apple distributed their album to everyone with an iTunes account for free in 2014. 

Please invite all of the college kids you know and love to a night of '80s music and education. 

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