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Costellogirl75

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  1. Does any one have Maroon 5's CD Songs About Jane? I've downloaded This Love and Harder To Breath and I wondered if the rest of the CD was any good.
  2. They remind me of The Kinks and The Clash and a harder edged Beatles.
  3. What are the worst songs to get stuck in your head, whether they are so catchy they just won't go away, or if the lyrics are SO bad you would cut out the earworm part of your brain never to hear that song again. I hate having Kung Foo Fighting stuck in my head cause it makes me laugh, and then I look weird laughing at nothing. Ditto Escape (The Pina Colada Song). Wind Beneath My Wings. It's so over the top and I cry when I hear it. Anything by any of the pop princesses, Britney, Christina, Jessica. Same with boy band tunes. and my worst earworm-You Light Up My Life. I don't think I have to explain why it's bad to have that song stuck in your head.
  4. You are so lucky to have seen him live! He is my favorite celebrity second only to my future husband David Letterman. I've only been an EC fan for a few years so I have a bit to catch up on as far as listening to all his albums. I love This Year's Model and When I Was Cruel. I really love the songs "Alison," "Deep Dark Truthful Mirror," "Poor Fractured Atlas," "Two Little Hitlers," and "Less Than Zero."
  5. if behavior oddities are a criterion, then Van Halen could qualify as divas for their weird brown M & M's thing.
  6. I read the lyrics, but there seems to be no reference to Van Halen or Orwell. 'Tis a mystery.
  7. That is the hardest question I have ever had to answer, other than "can you walk and chew gum at the same time?" I would have to say the song that made me fall in love with the man that gave me my username, the first song I heard by Elvis Costello, "Alison."
  8. No it isn't every woman in music, when you think about Sarah McLachlan, Carly Simon, Carole King, Chrissy Hynde, Linda Ronstadt, and Joni Mitchell. These are women who respect themselves and their listeners, and are far above the "diva" contrivance. Kudos to jippers mention of Suzy Quatro.
  9. The Beatles R.E.M. Led Zeppelin The Go-Go's The Pretenders Blondie The Ramones The Rolling Stones The White Stripes The Guess Who
  10. If you could have any job in anything relating to music, what would it be? For me I would either want to be a DJ at an independent radio station so I can play what ever songs I want,(like I'd play Kiss, then The Go-Go's, just a very eclectic mix of music) when ever I want and I could give trivia and have people call in and answer polls. My second dream music job would be as a curator at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Museum. I would love to design exhibits about the British Invasion and 1960's girl groups.
  11. Does any one know who sings a song on a VH-1 commercial that goes "I'm gonna be a big star" I think it's Jason Mraz, but I'm not sure.
  12. Well, hats off to Roy Harper for that, and I never knew Mickey Thomas sang "Fooled Around and Fell In Love."
  13. Forrest Gump Pulp Fiction Little Voice
  14. My top 3 picks 1. Almost Famous 2. Almost Famous 3. Almost Famous Although music isn't central to the plot of Forrest Gump, the music used in the film helps tell the story.
  15. How are you defining classics? 60's only? 70's only? Hard rock, rock, pop, etc? I would put a little Jefferson Airplane, maybe Somebody to Love or Volunteers. Then, some Cream, some Pink Floyd, some Zeppelin, AC/DC, then some Black Sabbath.
  16. what sort of style--rock, R & B,? I have been trying and so far I can't find anything.
  17. My response (to another post) of Incense and Peppermints got me wondering what other songs were sang by a singer other than the band's original lead singer? Can any one think of any others? edited to say I don't mean when George or Ringo sang lead on a Beatles tune. I mean singers brought in to sing a specific song.
  18. Rita Coolige had a hit with her version of this in the 70's, not Bette Midler.
  19. I would have to say the 90's, but starting at 1989. Milli Vanilli? Paula Abdul? The 90's wins by far with the exception of Nirvana and Pearl Jam. They are always good.
  20. Madonna-Crazy For You The Jets-I've Got A Crush On You
  21. Just life in general or certain aspects of life?
  22. I just want to recommend leoslyrics.com for lyric questions. It is a reliable site and offers a phrase search. And you can always google songs too and get good results.
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