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WHILE the sound of Led Zeppelin may have you feeling a whole lotta love for the rockers, the sight of the hairyarsed quartet will leave you dazed and confused.
But, thankfully, the same can’t be said for pop’s sexiest songstress Katy Perry, 27.
Even if songs like California Gurls and I Kissed a Girl don’t float your boat, music videos featuring curvy Katy almost bursting out of a bikini should do the trick. Because of her alone, the music scene’s never been better than right now! THE 70s had a tough act to follow arriving immediately after the famously swinging decade that brought us the sexual revolution, The Beatles and Twiggy.
And if you were born after 1979 your knowledge of the disco decade is probably based on blurry nights in Flares bars and your dad’s tales of the good old days.
But your old man’s not lying – the 70s did provide us with some absolute gems.
Whether it was the football skills and legendary off-field antics of George Best, the music of David Bowie or the bouncy fun of a Space Hopper, there was something for everyone. In fact, historian Dominic Sandbrook reckons the decade shaped the Britain of today.
And his four-part series The 70s, which kicked off on BBC2 on Monday, looks back at the decade and its lasting legacy for today’s society.
But to help you decide just how hip the 70s really were, we’ve compared the best the decade had to offer with what’s at our disposal today.
Here’s a look at the best babes, music, telly, fashion and films from the 70s and now.