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  1. Oh goodness! Sorry to say this, but Sawyer is trash lOL. He can't blame the world for his shortcomings with that MAJOR chip on his shoulder...Don't hate me, guys, but I slightly enjoyed the scene where he gets tortured. I was glad to see he had one redeeming quality about himself, but he still needs an attitude adjustment. I can't wait to see the pasts of the fat guy, the pregnant woman and especially those siblings. I think the Iraqi guys'is going to be something to see!
  2. All right, sorry about that guys, LOL. Well, here is mine: [*]This English band with an "infantile" name was formed in 1976. [*]Lead singer went solo in 1982, had a #1 hit released from second album. [*]Singer then went on to form a different band that had a US #1 hit in 1990.
  3. [*]Frank, Moon Unit, and (Dweezil)? Zappa [*]The Sylvers--(Boogie Fever) [*]Debarge [*]Pat and Debbie Boone
  4. [*]Lady--Styx [*]Lady--Kenny Rogers [*]Lady--Little River Band [*]Lady--The Whispers
  5. Okay, here's another: [*]Heaven--Bryan Adams [*]Heaven--Warrant
  6. Oh, man, guys, I had totally forgot about madonna's and Eurythmics Angel...Dance with me--Orleans
  7. Well, I agree, most of the new rap music bites big time, with a few exceptions. Tupac was cool. Every just now and again I'll come across a song that carries a nice beat and apositive message. So, I like my old stand-bys like Run DMC,Curtis Blow, Eric B. and Rakim, and the Sugar Hill Gang.
  8. Oh, yeah. I just thought of another: [*]Angel--Sarah McLachlan [*]Angel--Aerosmith [*]Angel--Jon Secada
  9. Always--Bon Jovi Always--Atlantic Starr Dionne Warwick had a song named Heartbreaker, and The O'Jays had a Stairway to Heaven.
  10. If husbands and wives are allowed, we'd have The Captain and Tenille and Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. Would Bruce Springsteen and Patti Schafia (sp) count? Are they even still married? LOL. Also, there's Christine and John McVie from Fleetwood Mac.
  11. The song Diana Ross did called "Missing You" was done for Marvin Gaye. Also, "Nightshift" by the Commodores, for Marvin and Jackie Wilson.
  12. The Judds, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Levert, Nick and Aaron Carter, The Nelsons, Wilson Philips, aren't KI-C and JOJO brothers?
  13. Across 110th Street - Bobby Womack
  14. LMAO. It seems like going crazy is the order of the day!You guys are making me feel bad now for caving to dang Britney. But SIX months without music?? I'd never make it!
  15. LOL! Gosh, blueeyez, care to divulge the identity of theculprit who would deprive you of your listening enjoyment?
  16. I think you might be talking about"Addicted to Love."
  17. you totally loathed or NO music at all for 3 solid months, what would you do? And you can't say just watch tv or kill yourself...Britney Spears, if you can hear me, I hate you for this!
  18. I think the first video I remember seeing on MTV was Jeopardy by the Greg Kihn(sp)band.
  19. Marvin Gaye, killed by his own father. Andy Gibb(he was sort of a phenom at that time). Karen Carpenter. Selena was on the verge, but was cut down by another act of senseless violence. Did anybody mention Richie Valens already? Tupac Shakir. John Lennon was truly shocking. I had just bought the Double Fantasy album. What a waste.
  20. How about the floating boy at the window and the sheeted raising corpse in Salem's Lot? I was really creeped out by those.
  21. Wes Craven and Stephen King are masters, also!
  22. hi, K-tel! I'm the queen of compilation cds. It's a good and economical way to collect favorite songs without having to buy an entire cd of songs that otherwise you might not want.I love the various "love songs" series. But what I own range from oldies to 80's to soul and rock favorites. LOL. I live by it.
  23. almost ruined your affinity for it? The most extreme case of this for me was the video for "Always", by Bon Jovi. The sleazy, kinky, sex-club type scene had me on the verge of hurling. I thought it was totally distasteful and without class. Luckily, now when I listen to the song, I can usually disassociate with that bit of atrociousness.
  24. Yeah, I remember the We are the World thing, and how Lauper and Dylan's vocals ruined the whole thing!
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