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  1. Sara, this is awesome! It makes it so much easier to make sure I don't miss any new posts if I've been busy and haven't been here in a day or so and there are fifty bazillion new posts as was the case this morning! Thank you soooo much!
  2. He's definitely done some memorable tunes and was a pioneer in the whole theatrical rock concert thing. I remember every year of highschool on the last day we'd blast "School's Out" in the cafeteria!
  3. I absolutely loved The Commitments!
  4. I had to go with the 60s. Bands that came out then had styles that still influence music to this very day... Beatles, Stones, Zeppelin (okay, really late 60s), Hendrix.... the list goes on and on....
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    Great to hear they're touring again! Ann Wilson has one of the great female rock voices of all time!
  6. I loved that album! Heart to Heart was my favorite from it! In fact, I recently downloaded it off of Itunes! ::
  7. It's a techno artist called DJ Sammy. I'm assuming it's a DJ who uses a female vocalist...
  8. I highly recommend the soundtrack for "The Truth About Cats & Dogs", if for no other reason than the stunningly gorgeous Paul Weller tune "You Do Something to Me!" ::
  9. What a great combo! Now I've got "Renegade" stuck in my head!
  10. Love it so far! I'm a sucker for these types of games. I did find one glitch, however. When I'm done and click on Play Again, it doesn't take me to a new game. It just keeps me there. I have to go back out and come in again to a new game.
  11. I absolutely LOVE this genre! All the ones mentioned are wonderful! One of my all time favorites that I'll add to this list is Rufus & Chaka Khan -- in particular "Tell Me Something Good!" Love me some Chaka!
  12. That sounds like the song "Bother" from a band caled Stone Sour, a side project from Corey Tayor, lead singer of the band Slipknot. The song is included on the Spiderman soundtrack. It's such a haunting, disturbing, yet absolutely gorgeous song!
  13. Fine Young Cannibals recorded "She Drives Me Crazy." I don't remember the video that well, but I think that the members were the only people in the video. Perhaps someone else remembers more about the video...
  14. That song is a cover of a song originally done by Leadbelly, a folk/blues artist who's songs date back to the 1920s and 30s.
  15. Yes, I remember Quarterflash, and it was fronted by a female saxaphone player/singer. However, Patty Smyth fronted a band called Scandal. Their biggest hit was "The Warrior." Both bands were out about the same time.
  16. Why, yes, several as a matter of fact! It's a great little ego boost for my day when that happens! ::
  17. I'm officially addicted to song fallacies! I play it numerous times throughout the day. The look and style of it, as well as this whole site, is very attractive and friendly. Only glitch I've seen so far with Fallacies is that I occasionally get the same question come up twice in the same game....
  18. Ah, Cheap Trick! Only one of my favorite bands EVER! It's great to hear that they're still putting out good stuff. I'll have to pick up the new CD!
  19. Yes, indeed. The Doobie Brothers it is!
  20. First thing that popped into my head when I read with was Carly Simon's Mockingbird: Mock (yeah) ing (yeah) bird (yeah) Yeah (yeah) Of course, now this will be stuck in my head for the rest of the day! ::
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