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  1. Oh, man, Abba and Michael Jackson well their suckiness can span for decades now. LMAO. I did like Hopelessly by Rick Astley. :DWho were those UB 40 people? Can we all say "lame?"You mean Belinda with or without the Go-GOs? Same difference, I guess.
  2. Hey, Edna, it's been a week and nobody's gotten it. You got some clues? And regarding Styx, what happened to Tommy Shaw, my favorite munchkin-boy voiced singer?
  3. Only one of the suckiest bands of the 80s, Men At Work. Okay, I was reeled in like everyone else then, but I grew up musically.What other bands did you all listen to then that would get you harrassed for days now if you were found out? How about Men Without Hats? Wait...I see a pattern here.
  4. Wonderful Tonight and All my Love. The very best of both worlds.
  5. I'm watching, too. And I have to admit that that damn Sawyer is getting sexier with each show...did I say that? I can understand Michael's son whatshisname being tired of moving from place to place, but why, oh, why would he want to stay on a deserted island with giant boar creatures???And who knows what else? Puh-lease.
  6. And then there's "Friends and Lovers" by Gloria Loring and Carl Williams. It was a big hit in the later 80s.
  7. current love situation?? I'm thinking for me "If you don't know me by now." Or "You really got a hold on me." ::Or "Not enough love in the world..." Hell, it could be almost anything! LOL
  8. Grew up on them. One of the coolest bands ever. My favorites from them? One of these NIghts, Take it to the Limit, Desperado, Victim of Love.
  9. Great song by Elvin Bishop about not being real and ended up getting caught up! What are other favorites out there that would fit along these lines?
  10. Yeah, and I luuvv the way they harmonize on the beginning of that. Awesome!
  11. He is actually one of the few rappers that I could digest. He was rough and tough, and some of his lyrics were questionable, but he had tremendous insight and wrote things that made one really think.
  12. How about "That's the Way Love Goes" by Janet Jackson.
  13. Man, the scene in Boyz in the Hood where Ricky's mom comes out and sees her son on the couch covered with blood and lifeless, and then the baby screaming in all the commotion..real heartbreaker for me, every time.Also, at the end of Ghost, when Patrick Swayze has to finally say goodbye, and the "good guys" are waiting on him.
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